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Yellow Jackets smash Atomsmashers

BROOKLET - Southeast Bulloch notched its biggest win of the season Tuesday evening, cruising past Johnson of Savannah in a 16-0 rout in the first game of a doubleheader.

August 26, 2014 | By MIKE ANTHONY manthony@statesboroherald.com | Prep Sports 360

Off and on – again and again

Rolling blackouts throughout the day Tuesday disrupted business, caused traffic tie-ups and hampered normal daily living as electric company employees worked to repair damage to a substation caused by fire.

August 26, 2014 | Holli Deal Saxon | Local

My Take: Georgia Southern's two-deep, and questions it raises

Now that Georgia Southern has released its starting two-deep for the season opener against N.C. State on Saturday, what questions are left that need to be answered?

August 26, 2014 | By MATT YOGUS myogus@statesboroherald.com | Georgia Southern

Police report - 8-27-14; A woman told police that a man stole a 1994 Nissan Altima.

Note: All information included in this report is taken from law enforcement incident reports and arrest records, which are public records and available for review at any and all local law enforcement agencies. Not every arrest leads to a conviction. Guilt or innocence is determined by the court system.

August 26, 2014 | Holli Deal Saxon | Police Report

Arab strikes in Libya show impatience with US

WASHINGTON - Egypt and the United Arab Emirates secretly carried out airstrikes against Islamist militias inside Libya, the United States publicly acknowledged Tuesday, another sharp jolt to American-led attempts over the past three years to stabilize Libya after dictator Moammar Gadhafi's overthrow.

August 26, 2014 | By BRADLEY KLAPPER and MAGGIE MICHAEL Associated Press | World

Gaza truce open-ended, but puts off tough issues

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip - Israel and Gaza's ruling Hamas agreed Tuesday to an open-ended cease-fire after seven weeks of fighting - an uneasy deal that halts the deadliest war the sides have fought in years, with more than 2,200 killed, but puts off the most difficult issues.

August 26, 2014 | By KARIN LAUB and MOHAMMED DARAGHMEH Associated Press | World

Customer service is Forest Heights Pharmacy’s first priority

Forest Heights Pharmacy, located at 4439 Country Club Road, was founded by the late Joel Sikes in 2006. He was a long time Brooklet resident. Joel sold the business to Ben Ross in 2008 after he became ill. Ben is a second generation pharmacist/pharmacy owner who grew up working in his dad's pharmacy, Ross Drug, in Sylvania. Ben, his wife, Lauren and their two girls, Lanie and Lucy Kate, are active Bulloch County residents.

August 26, 2014 | Special to the Herald | Locally Owned

Burger King plans expansion of Tim Hortons

MIAMI - The fight for the coffee and breakfast crowd is heating up, both at home and abroad.

August 26, 2014 | The Associated Press | Nation

Inspector General: Shoddy care by VA didn't cause Phoenix deaths

WASHINGTON - Government investigators found no proof that delays in care caused veterans to die at a Phoenix VA hospital, but they found plenty of problems that the Veterans Affairs Department is promising to fix.

August 26, 2014 | By STEPHEN OHLEMACHER Associated Press | Nation

UN panel: Global warming human-caused, dangerous

WASHINGTON - Global warming is here, human-caused and probably already dangerous - and it's increasingly likely that the heating trend could be irreversible, a draft of a new international science report says.

August 26, 2014 | By SETH BORENSTEIN AP Science Writer | World

Outdoor Life: Crossbows or compound bows?

A recent question among hunters who favor bow and arrow as their weapon of choice in the field is the debate concerning the differences between compound bows and crossbows.

August 26, 2014 | By ALVIN RICHARDSON dar8589@bellsouth.net | Sports

Merson earns 1st Sun Belt honor

NEW ORLEANS - Georgia Southern goalkeeper Katie Merson has earned the Eagles' first Sun Belt Conference award when she was named the league's defensive player of the week on Tuesday afternoon.

August 26, 2014 | Georgia Southern AMR | Georgia Southern

Georgia Southern to host American cartoonist and featured TED Talks speaker

Georgia Southern University's College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences will host Scott McCloud, cartoonist and comic book theorist, on Wednesday, Sept. 10, at 5:30 p.m. in room 1115 of the College of Education.

August 26, 2014 | Special to the Herald | Local

Emerging disease confirmed in wild Bulloch County snake

A disease that some scientists have compared to the illness killing bats by the millions has been documented in a wild snake in Georgia.

August 26, 2014 | Special to the Herald | Local

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Melissa Olliff Morris of Register announces the engagement of her daughter, Eva Elizabeth "Betsy" Millsap, to Rodney Harley McGriff, son of Rodney McGriff and the late Cherri Sue Wyndham.

April 21, 2007 | | Wedding Planner

Bulloch History with Roger Allen

There were once two second cousins once removed whose names were the same: that is to say they were both named Lewis Lanier. Lewis #1 was born in Brunswick County, Virginia to Sampson Lanier Jr. and Elizabeth Chamberlain in 1753 and Lewis #2 was born in Duplin County, North Carolina to Lemuel Lanier and Sarah Hardy in 1756, separated by a distance of less than one hundred and fifty miles. As growing young men, they sought to serve their country in its time of need.

April 21, 2007 | By ROGER ALLEN | Lifestyles Columnists

The Answer Doc with Christopher Munger, M.D.

ACHOO! Bless you! Ah, some more of the familiar sounds of allergy season. In my last article, I discussed what allergic rhinitis was and how it can affect up to 25% of the population. Today, I discuss some ways to teat this common medical problem.

April 21, 2007 | By DR. CHRISTOPHER MUNGER | Lifestyles Columnists

Community Review

Last week, I commented on the number of fatalities that our local Georgia State Patrol Post has experienced this year. This week, that number grew to 12 as of press time. The tragic irony is that one accident involved a Dougherty County Police Officer who was on his way to Savannah to participate in an exercise to reduce fatalities and improve traffic safety. If it can happen to someone who is trained to drive, as most police officers are, it can happen to us.

April 21, 2007 | By PAT HOMER | Lifestyles Columnists

Ask Dr. Gott 4/6

DEAR DR. GOTT: I can't get this on paper and to you fast enough. In a recent column an ovarian cancer, a survivor described pain diagnosed by her oncologist, correctly, I feel certain, as neuropathy. I, too, am a cancer survivor (breast) for nearly five years. I had the benefit of wonderful doctors who took time to explain everything they could about chemotherapy and its side effects. They did not, however, know or think to mention the pain that would set in just after the chemotherapy ended and which continues in a much lesser form today.

April 21, 2007 | By DR. PETER GOTT | Coffee Break

Tiger 1 over after nine holes at 2007 Masters

AUGUSTA - Swirling, blustery winds kept scores high in the first round Thursday and threatened to blow Ernie Els and defending champion Phil Mickelson out of the Masters early.

April 21, 2007 | By EDDIE PELLS Associated Press Writer | Sports

Astrograph 4/6

Even though the accumulation of financial returns looks quite encouraging, take care not to spend your money as fast as it comes in. This is a period when you should be building a nest egg for future security.

April 21, 2007 | By BERNICE BEDE OSOL | Coffee Break

British sailors and marines held captive by Iran for 13 days return home to teary welcome

ROYAL MARINE BASE CHIVENOR, England - With champagne bottles popping, a Royal Navy crew flew home Thursday after nearly two weeks in Iranian captivity to hugs from tearful relatives and relief in a Britain outraged the crew was used by Tehran for propaganda purposes.

April 21, 2007 | By TARIQ PANJA Associated Press Writer | Nation

Bridge 4/6

The opener bids one heart or one spade. When responder has at least four-card support for his partner's major, he normally immediately announces his excellent support. But with the right hand, he should adopt a two-step process, first making a strong jump-shift. This shows some 13-16 high-card points with either an excellent one-suiter (a six-card or longer suit headed by at least the K-Q-J), or a prime two-suiter (in principle, five-plus cards in his suit and four-plus cards in opener's suit).

April 21, 2007 | By PHILLIP ALDER | Coffee Break

U.S. military changes how it brings soldiers’ bodies home after a father’s complaint

In an about-face by the U.S. government four years into the war in Iraq, America's fallen troops are being brought back to their families aboard charter jets instead of ordinary commercial flights, and the caskets are being met by honor guards in white gloves instead of baggage handlers with forklifts.

April 21, 2007 | By BILL POOVEY Associated Press Writer | Nation

Masters Notebook

AUGUSTA – If anything, England's Justin Rose is older and wiser than he was in 2004, a year he'd probably like to forget.

April 21, 2007 | Alex Pellegrino | Sports

Company says moisture in peanut butter plant spread salmonella bacteria

OMAHA, Neb. - ConAgra Foods said Thursday that moisture from a leaky roof and faulty sprinkler was the source of the salmonella bacteria that contaminated peanut butter at its Georgia plant last year, sickening more than 400 people nationwide.

April 21, 2007 | By JOSH FUNK AP Business Writer | Nation

Freed British sailors and marines say Iranians coerced statements about being in Iran’s waters

ROYAL MARINE BASE CHIVENOR, England - British sailors and marines freed by Iran said Friday they were blindfolded, isolated in cold stone cells and tricked into fearing execution while being coerced into falsely saying they had entered Iranian waters.

April 21, 2007 | By TARIQ PANJA Associated Press Writer | Nation

Villagers sift through rubble of homes in the Solomon Islands; U.N. warns of malaria risk

GIZO, Solomon Islands - Villagers buried their dead where they found them - including two young boys discovered Thursday in one shattered community - as frustration mounted over delayed help for survivors of the Solomon Islands' devastating earthquake and tsunami.

April 21, 2007 | By MERAIAH FOLEY Associated Press Writer | Nation

Bridge 4/7

Your partner opens one of a suit and you make a single jump-shift into another suit. What does your response show?

April 21, 2007 | By PHILLIP ALDER | Coffee Break

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