View Mobile Site

Archive By Author -


2 men, 2 suicides, 1 heart and 1 widow

On an overcast spring morning in southeast Georgia, Sonny Graham drank some coffee and headed out the door for another day in the family landscaping business and to take his 9-year-old stepson to the dentist. But Graham made a detour to the backyard shed that he'd built.

September 14, 2008 | By ALLEN G. BREED AP National Writer | National


Plague threatens prairie dogs, endangered ferrets

INTERIOR, S.D. - On the grasslands a few miles from the pinnacles and spires of Badlands National Park, federal wildlife officials have been waging a war since spring to save one of the nation's largest colonies of endangered black-footed ferrets.

September 14, 2008 | By CHET BROKAW Associated Press Writer | National


Thousands of Harleys parade through Milwaukee

MILWAUKEE - Thousands of people lined a parade route Saturday as Harley-Davidson riders from around the world revved their engines, waved flags and threw candy to the crowd for the iconic motorcycle company's 105th anniversary.

September 14, 2008 | The Associated Press | National


Bulloch History by Roger Allen

On Oct. 17, 1918, newspapers reported that contrary to rumors circulating, there were only two "flu" deaths in Statesboro so far. One of those, a North Georgia man, had arrived in town already quite sick. The other, from lower Bulloch, had died while at the Statesboro Sanitarium.

September 14, 2008 | By ROGER ALLEN | Lifestyles Columnists


Kathy Bradley - Life is never empty

Life is not The Container Store.

September 14, 2008 | By HOLLI DEAL BRAGG | Lifestyles Columnists


Davis-Anderson

Ms. Sharon Davis of Brooklet announces the engagement of her daughter, Courtney Rae Davis of Brooklet, to Ricky Dwaine Anderson Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Dwaine Anderson Sr.

September 14, 2008 | | Wedding Planner


Rainwater collectors work to ease shortages

SAN FRANCISCO - Tara Hui climbed under her deck, nudged past a cluster of 55-gallon barrels and a roosting chicken, and pointed to a shiny metal gutter spout.

September 14, 2008 | By MALIA WOLLAN Associated Press Writer | National


Pressure grows on Thai prime minister to resign

BANGKOK, Thailand - Thailand's prime minister vowed Saturday that he would not resign even as pressure mounted with anti-government protesters occupying his headquarters for a fifth day Saturday and disrupting rail and air service.

September 14, 2008 | By SUTIN WANNABOVORN Associated Press Writer | Associated Press


India floods strand hundreds of thousands

SAHARSA, India - The deluge came and turned his world to water, so Umesh Kushyaha decided to build a boat.

September 14, 2008 | By GAVIN RABINOWITZ Associated Press Writer | Associated Press


NYPD: former detective arrested as ’Bling Bandit’

NEW YORK - He was a respected former NYPD detective and a decorated veteran of the Vietnam War who struggled in recent months with inoperable liver cancer.

September 14, 2008 | By ADAM GOLDMAN Associated Press Writer | National


Thinking of God with Larry Sheehy

In a world where the astounding and extraordinary have become almost commonplace, where it is increasing rare to be really shocked by anything, it is still possible to be happily surprised by the unexpected. Last Saturday, Carole was showing me some new flowers she had planted along the back of the house. Most of them were still a little "dull" from their recent transplanting. But one lone bloom stood out. Its colors were so brilliant, and its petal design so exquisitely arranged, it was truly amazing! We can be glad that God the Creator loves such beauty.

September 14, 2008 | By LARRY SHEEHY | Lifestyles Columnists


Ecuador’s challenge: dislodging Colombian rebels

PUERTO NUEVO, Ecuador - Puerto Nuevo, population 1,700, has no church, no police, no immigration post and no elected officials. Flanked by dense rainforest on the southern bank of the muddy San Miguel River, it's a town of transients. And of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia.

September 14, 2008 | By FRANK BAJAK Associated Press Writer | Associated Press


Jayson Foster released by Dolphins

Former Georgia Southern star and Walter Payton Award winner Jayson Foster was waived Saturday night by the Miami Dolphins. Foster signed with the Dolphins as a free agent in April and had hoped to make the team as a receiver and/or special teams player.

September 14, 2008 | From staff reports | Georgia Southern


Nigeria militants: 29 military personnel killed

LAGOS, Nigeria - Nigeria's main militant group claimed Saturday that it killed at least 29 military personnel in three separate attacks across the restive southern oil region.

September 14, 2008 | By EDWARD HARRIS Associated Press Writer | Associated Press


Israel tightens grip on West Bank’s Jordan Valley

MASKIYOT, West Bank - They live just a couple of miles from each other along a country road winding through parched fields, but they are worlds apart.

September 14, 2008 | By KARIN LAUB Associated Press Writer | Associated Press


« First  « Prev  2003 2004 2005 2006 2007  Next »  Last »

Page 2005 of 2762

Articles By Author -


GSU grad helps out Portal Heritage Society

With an undergraduate degree in information technology from Georgia Southern University and years of professional IT experience under his belt, Nathan Flanders made the decision ...

December 11, 2017 | By CRISSIE ELRICK BATH Special to the Herald | Local


Inside Bulloch Business with DeWayne Grice - Home Grown in Statesboro

A group of Statesboro businesses have teamed up to promote shopping local in a unique way.

December 11, 2017 | | Local


Raven Anderson earns hospital's first DAISY Award

Raven Anderson, RN, a cardiac care nurse at East Georgia Regional Medical Center, is the hospital's first recipient of the DAISY Award for Extraordinary ...

December 11, 2017 | | Local


Jen’s Top 10 – Christmas Edition

This is it, y'all. THE list of awesome gifts to check out for this Holiday Season. There is a gift on this list to ...

December 11, 2017 | By JENN MORRISS | Local




Eagles too much for Tigers

Following a week off as the fall semester wrapped up with finals, the Georgia Southern men's basketball team had to shake off some rust ...

December 10, 2017 | By MIKE ANTHONY manthony@statesboroherald.com | Sports


Statesboro records sweep of Effingham County

By JOSH AUBREY

December 10, 2017 | By JOSH AUBREY jaubrey@statesboroherald.com | Prep Sports 360


Parenting Advice with John Rosemond: Adversity does not affect parenting

In a letter to the editor of the La Crosse (Wisconsin) Tribune, psychologist Afton Koball and two colleagues raise objections to a recent column in ...

December 10, 2017 | | Life


Bulloch History with Roger Allen: Excelsior becomes first 'real' town in Bulloch Co.

Note: The following is part of a series of columns looking at the founding and general history of southeast Georgia and Bulloch County.

December 10, 2017 | | Life


Footprints and South Georgia snow

Owen, the new dog, and I were out walking. At the crossroads, we saw two cars had pulled over. Two cars containing so many children ...

December 10, 2017 | By Kathy Bradley | Life


Deal — McCook

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Deal of Statesboro announce the engagement of their daughter, Charlie Deal of Statesboro, to Joshua Leonard McCook, son of Mr. and ...

December 10, 2017 | | Weddings


Once an Eagle Scout, always an Eagle Scout

The service project is one of the key - and last - steps to earning the ultimate achievement in the Boy Scouts of America program: the rank ...

December 10, 2017 | Photos by SCOTT BRYANT | staff | Life


Opinion: GSU consolidation will benefit all

As a long-time resident of Statesboro and a member of the University System of Georgia Board of Regents, I am truly excited about what the ...

December 09, 2017 | | Local


Honors Program grads share experiences

The Governor's Honors Program is a four-week residential summer program for gifted and talented high school juniors and seniors in Georgia.

December 09, 2017 | Special to the Herald | Local




1 2 3 4 5  Next »  Last »

Page 1 of 12


Please wait ...