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Despite high food prices, Haitians reluctant to head to US

BAIE DES MOUSTIQUES, Haiti - When soaring food prices sparked deadly riots across Haiti, many expected that people along the cactus-studded northern coast would do what they traditionally do in times of crisis: take to the seas and head for the United States.

May 18, 2008 | By ANDREW O. SELSKY Associated Press Writer | Associated Press


Faces from Africa - Boro native hopes his photography can help improve conditions

Photography has the unmatched ability of communicating the value of a human life," said Tyler Moore.

May 18, 2008 | By EMILY HAYMANS Special to the Herald | Life


Bush says administration ‘clear and candid’ on economy

CRAWFORD, Texas - President Bush, defending his record and his rhetoric, said Saturday that his administration has been ''clear and candid'' about the nation's economy.

May 18, 2008 | By BEN FELLER Associated Press Writer | Washington


AP Interview: Morales says Bolivian autonomy vote ’illegal,’ ’dictatorial’

LA PAZ, Bolivia - Bolivian President Evo Morales insists a broad autonomy declaration by the country's largest and richest state is ''illegal,'' ''anti-constitutional,'' and ''dictatorial.''

May 18, 2008 | By DAN KEANE Associated Press Writer | Associated Press


Studio Statesboro Vodcast

Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Friday, May 2, 2008

May 18, 2008 | MATTHEW BANKHEAD/Producer mbankhead@statesboroherald.com | Local


US strike takes out militant holdout in Baghdad

BAGHDAD - The U.S. military fired guided missiles into the heart of Baghdad's teeming Sadr City slum on Saturday, leveling a building 55 yards away from a hospital and injuring nearly two dozen people.

May 18, 2008 | By BRADLEY BROOKS Associated Press Writer | Associated Press


Suits question how Kan. prosecutor handled abortion records

TOPEKA, Kan. - An investigator said he kept edited records from abortion clinics in a Rubbermaid container in his dining room for several weeks. Others, according to testimony, stored them briefly in cars and homes and copied them at a downtown Kinko's.

May 18, 2008 | By JOHN HANNA Associated Press Writer | National


Few challengers take on entrenched Ga. legislators

ATLANTA - Change has been the buzzword this election season. But Georgians aren't likely to see much at the state Capitol.

May 17, 2008 | By SHANNON McCAFFREY | National


Judge: Corps of Engineers can be sued over Katrina flooding

NEW ORLEANS - The Army Corps of Engineers can be held liable for flood damage caused by a ''hurricane highway,'' a navigation channel that is believed to have funneled Hurricane Katrina's storm surge into the city, a federal judge ruled Friday.

May 17, 2008 | By CAIN BURDEAU Associated Press Writer | National


Fed action brings cash for student loan market

WASHINGTON - Action taken by the Federal Reserve on Friday targeting the global credit crisis, in concert with European central banks, included an injection of cash into the stricken student loan market through a special lending operation.

May 17, 2008 | By MARCY GORDON AP Business Writer | National


Civil War cannonball kills Virginia relic collector

CHESTER, Va. - Like many boys in the South, Sam White got hooked on the Civil War early, digging up rusting bullets and military buttons in the battle-scarred earth of his hometown.

May 17, 2008 | By STEVE SZKOTAK Associated Press Writer | National


Economy shows resilience; jobless rate falls as dollar rises

WASHINGTON - The economy showed off unexpected signs of resilience Friday as job losses slowed, the dollar gained a bit of muscle for a change and there were even indications that food prices may be easing. The unemployment rate dipped, though that may not last.

May 17, 2008 | By JEANNINE AVERSA AP Economics Writer | Washington


Climate change at poles studied

WASHINGTON - The Arctic will remain on thinning ice, and climate warming is expected to begin affecting the Antarctic also, scientists said Friday.

May 17, 2008 | By RANDOLPH E. SCHMID AP Science Writer | Washington


Fed OKs plan to rein in unfair, deceptive credit cards

WASHINGTON - The Federal Reserve and other regulators initiated steps Friday to end ''unfair and deceptive'' credit card industry practices assailing consumers who are already struggling to cope in a bad economy.

May 17, 2008 | By JIM ABRAMS Associated Press Writer | Washington


Agreement reached on incentives for Iran on nuclear program

LONDON - World powers agreed Friday to try again to lure Iran to the nuclear bargaining table with a repackaged set of carrots to accompany the stick of U.N. sanctions.

May 17, 2008 | By ANNE GEARAN AP Diplomatic Writer | Associated Press


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Mosley to run for commission seat again

Bulloch County Commissioner Ray Mosley announced this week he intends to run for re-election to the District 1A post.

February 12, 2016 | From staff reports | Local


Military bases among winners of $720M in conservation grants

FORT STEWART - Military bases in three U.S. states will share $17.5 million in conservation funding to protect longleaf pine forests used for training ...

February 12, 2016 | By RUSS BYNUM Associated Press | Local


Cassedy-Cook

Mr. Randy Cassedy and Mrs. Susan Cassedy of Statesboro, Ga., are pleased to announce the upcoming wedding of their daughter, Blair Cassedy, to Daniel Cook ...

February 12, 2016 | | Weddings


Feb. 12 - Annie Lane Clark Biggs, 94, passed away Thursday, February 11, 2016.

Annie Lane Clark Biggs

February 11, 2016 | | Obituaries


Pendleton in town

Georgia Southern Baseball's annual 'Evening With the All-Stars' has been a hit from its inception, and the long line of star power that has ...

February 11, 2016 | By MIKE ANTHONY manthony@statesboroherald.com | Sports


Portal loses overtime heartbreaker

By HORACE HOLLOMAN

February 11, 2016 | By HORACE HOLLOMAN hholloman@statesboroherald.com | Prep Sports 360


Falcons early PSL sales blow projections 'out of the water'

ATLANTA (AP) - Personal seat license sales for the Atlanta Falcons' new stadium have surpassed expectations set by the firm handling the process for the team.

February 11, 2016 | By CHARLES ODUM AP Sports Writer | Atlanta Falcons


Support legislation that would benefit veterans

Editor:

February 11, 2016 | | Letters To The Editor


How do we earn a home in heaven?

When I was in school, everybody had to join something or be an outsider. If you were a part of 4-H, Glee Club, Latin Club ...

February 11, 2016 | Dr. John Bressler | Columnists/Editorials


Feds accuse prison guards of taking bribes, drug trafficking

ATLANTA - Dozens of Georgia prison guards agreed to protect drug smuggling operations for a high-level trafficker, believing their status as correctional officers would protect them ...

February 11, 2016 | By KATE BRUMBACK Associated Press | Associated Press


House OKs protection for clergy refusing gay marriage

ATLANTA - Georgia lawmakers on Thursday approved a bill explicitly stating that religious officials can refuse to perform gay marriages, their first significant action on a ...

February 11, 2016 | By KATHLEEN FOODY | Local




Jumbled GOP field hopes for survival in South Carolina

COLUMBIA, S.C. - Hoping for survival in the South, a muddled field of Republican presidential contenders descended Wednesday on South Carolina, no closer to clarity ...

February 10, 2016 | By BILL BARROW and JOSH LEDERMAN | Associated Press


Feb. 10 - James Walter Bland Jr., M.D., age 81, died last Friday evening after a long illness.

James Walter Bland Jr., M.D.

February 09, 2016 | | Obituaries


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