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Parrish-Berry

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ricks Parrish Jr. of Savannah announce the engagement of their daughter, Kristen Alicia Parrish of Brooklet, to Michael Anthony Berry of Brooklet, son of Mrs. Kimberly Smith of Brooklet and Mr. Anthony Berry of Sylvania.

September 27, 2008 | | Wedding Planner


Morris-Tillman

Monica Kay Morris and Gilbert Allen Tillman of Brooklet announce their engagement.

September 27, 2008 | | Wedding Planner


Franklin-Morris

Ms. Elaine K. Smith of Sylvania is pleased to announce the engagement of her daughter, Victoria Elaine Franklin, to Jeremy Paul Morris, son of Mr. Wayne Morris and Mrs. Pam Morris of Sylvania.

September 27, 2008 | | Wedding Planner


China blames dairy farms for tainted baby formula

BEIJING (AP) - Investigators believe dairy farmers added a dangerous chemical to milk that has been linked to kidney stones in dozens of babies and one death in China's latest product safety scandal.

September 27, 2008 | By JOE McDONALD Associated Press Writer | Associated Press


Pakistan could end cooperation in war on terror

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - The furor intensified Friday over Washington's decision to pursue Islamic militant targets inside Pakistan, with opposition lawmakers threatening the country could pull out of the war on terror if the U.S. refuses to respect its borders.

September 27, 2008 | By PAUL ALEXANDER Associated Press Writer | Associated Press


Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Patriot's Day; The Phil & Jake Show: First Friday

Studio Statesboro Vodcast - Friday, September 12, 2008

September 27, 2008 | MATTHEW BANKHEAD/Producer mbankhead@statesboroherald.com | Local


Lehman may need a miracle to survive

NEW YORK - The Wall Street firm that started the U.S. cotton trade before the Civil War and financed the railroads that built a nation might soon fade into history.

September 27, 2008 | By JOE BEL BRUNO Associated Press Writer | National


Bridge 9/13

Anything you can do is easy. Anything you cannot do is difficult -- until you learn how to do it.

September 27, 2008 | By PHILLIP ALDER | Coffee Break


Fire injures 16 at complex for elderly, disabled

WATERBURY, Conn. - A fire injured 16 people at an apartment building for the elderly and disabled early Thursday, forcing firefighters to use a ladder truck to rescue some residents from upper floors, officials said.

September 26, 2008 | The Associated Press | National


Reputed Miss. Klansman may soon walk out of prison

JACKSON, Miss. - Reputed Ku Klux Klansman James Ford Seale should be released from prison immediately because of his declining health and recent acquittal in the 1964 abduction and slayings of two black teenagers, his attorneys argue in a new court filing.

September 26, 2008 | By HOLBROOK MOHR Associated Press Writer | National


Stolen guns used in fatal Wash. shooting rampage

SEATTLE - Authorities said the man accused of a shooting rampage that left six people dead in northwest Washington stole the guns used in the attacks as well as a pickup truck involved in a high-speed chase.

September 26, 2008 | By MANUEL VALDES Associated Press Writer | National


Pakistan premier backs army chief’s rebuke to US

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - Pakistan's prime minister on Thursday backed a harsh rebuke of the U.S. by the Muslim nation's military chief, a sign of a strain in relations seven years after the Sept. 11 attacks forged the two countries' anti-terror alliance.

September 26, 2008 | By NAHAL TOOSI Associated Press Writer | Associated Press


Hurricanes deplete Red Cross relief fund

NEW YORK - The wave of storms battering the U.S. has plunged the American Red Cross deep into debt as it rushes to prepare for Hurricane Ike, prompting a searching look at how to stabilize its finances.

September 26, 2008 | By DAVID CRARY Associated Press Writer | National


Zoologists capture first photos of okapi in wild

LONDON - Zoologists have captured the first photos of the okapi in the wild, saying Thursday they offered evidence that the animal once mistaken for a unicorn has managed to survive war and poaching in a park in a lawless swath of Congo.

September 26, 2008 | By NANCY ZUCKERBROD Associated Press Writer | Associated Press


North Dakota wary of Minnesota bovine TB proposal

BISMARCK, N.D. - North Dakota wants assurances that Minnesota officials are closely monitoring cattle and wild deer if the federal government agrees to ease requirements for bovine tuberculosis testing in much of that state.

September 26, 2008 | By BLAKE NICHOLSON Associated Press Writer | Associated Press


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