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Foundation of football

In 1924, the hiring of first head football coach, E.G. Cromartie, brought a collegiate football program to the students at the Georgia Normal School. He was replaced in 1927 by head coach H.A. Woodle, who himself was replaced by head coach B.L. "Crook" Smith. His "Blue Tide" even played a football game in the then-unfinished stadium which has since become known as the "Orange Bowl" down in Miami, Fla. While the athletic programs at South Georgia Teachers College enjoyed some success, the involvement of America's armed forces in World War II resulted in the discontinuation of ...

December 24, 2006 | Story and research by ROGER ALLEN Special to the Herald | Life


Statesboro Magazine transitions to Morris Multimedia

For seven years, people in Statesboro and Bulloch County have seen their friends and neighbors on the cover and in the pages of one of the finest community lifestyle magazines in the South, Statesboro Magazine.

December 18, 2006 | | Life


Williams to display work at Averitt Monday

Kori Allison Williams, Bachelor of Fine Arts candidate at Georgia Southern University, will open her senior photography exhibition, Phi-nomenon, on Monday, in the Legends Gallery of the Averitt Center for the Arts in downtown Statesboro. The Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art sponsors the exhibition, which will close with a reception on Thursday, December 7, from 5 –7 p.m.

December 18, 2006 | Special to the Herald | Life


The Three Celtic Tenors featured at Emma Kelly

Special to the Herald

December 18, 2006 | Special to the Herald | Life


Tradition branches out

In 2004, members of Girl Scout Troop 070 were working to earn the highest award for Girl Scouts ages 11-14 - the Silver Award. To earn the award, the girls had to undertake a project that provided a community service and required approximately 40 hours of commitment. Hence, the group developed the idea of the Festival of Trees.

December 18, 2006 | By KATHERINE KENNEDY | Life


Legendary slugger Babe Ruth played exhibition against team from Georgia Teachers College

George Herman "Babe" Ruth, played at every level of baseball. He started his career with the farm team of the Baltimore Orioles, and the moved up to the big game when he signed with the Boston Red Sox in 1914.

December 18, 2006 | By ROGER ALLEN Special to the Herald | Life


Statesboro was site of game with youngest player ever

Statesboro took part in another piece of baseball history, but this time those playing in Statesboro actually created it, rather than just observing.

December 18, 2006 | By ROGER ALLEN Special to the Herald | Life


After ‘Black Sox’ scandal, Joe Jackson and Waycross team played 3 games in Statesboro

Another legend of baseball made an appearance in the Coastal Empire, actually coming to Statesboro itself.

December 18, 2006 | By ROGER ALLEN Special to the Herald | Life


How John Gibson helped save the G.I. Bill

(Note: The following is an excerpt from "When Dreams Came True," a book about the passage of the G.I. Bill and how it helped shape modern America.)

November 20, 2006 | Special to the Herald | Life


The midnight ride of John Gibson

Growing up, Walter Gibson heard magnificent stories about his grand-uncle, John Gibson.

November 20, 2006 | By JAMES HEALY | Life


Pumpkin Parade 2006

November 06, 2006 | By KATHERINE KENNEDY | Life


The Immediate Artist

Cicero once said "Art is born of the observation and investigation of nature." This couldn't be truer for artist Jim Chapman. An artist, writer and teacher, Chapman brings his love of nature and creativity to Statesboro for a one-day workshop on watercolors.

November 02, 2006 | By MICHELLE BOAEN | Life


Recalling a century of change

During her 40s, Cannon saw the first nuclear weapon built and tested and watched Bing Crosby, Clark Gable and Bob Hope on TV. As she turned 50, Cannon watched as Elvis swiveled his hips and doctors attempted the first organ transplants.

November 02, 2006 | By HOLLI DEAL BRAGG | Life


Column — Bulloch History

In the 1880's, railroad magnate John Williams consolidated a number of small coastal North Carolina railroad lines into the Seaboard Railroad (SB). The SB then bought the Savannah, Americus, and Montgomery Railway (SA&M). The SB purchase of the SA&M gave the SB a route into Savannah, essentially breaking the stranglehold of the Central Of Georgia Railroad (CGA) railroad on Savannah traffic.

October 30, 2006 | By ROGER ALLEN | Life


Column — For Young Readers

Well, we can't say he didn't warn us.

October 30, 2006 | By LINDSEY & PAIGE OLIVER | Life


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Articles by Section - Life




Young widows speak out about managing grief, seeking support

NEW YORK - Nine days after her husband died unexpectedly, Sheryl Sandberg took to Facebook to describe her return to the sidelines for her daughter's soccer game. There, a grandmother who had been widowed prematurely years earlier offered her a chair.

May 24, 2015 | LEANNE ITALIE Associated Press | Life


Chelsea Clinton to publish 'It's Your World'

Delete NEW YORK - Another Clinton is becoming an author.

May 24, 2015 | The Associated Press | Life


De Niro tells NY arts graduates 'You have to keep working'

NEW YORK - Robert De Niro urged new graduates at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts on Friday to keep fighting to create careers in the arts even though it probably would have been easier if they had picked something more practical.

May 24, 2015 | MARK KENNEDY AP Drama Writer | Life


4 reasons to stop tricking your kids into eating healthy

Oh, the eternal dinnertime struggle of kids who don’t eat their vegetables. There are countless recipes that advertise sneaky ways to cook and bake with vegetables, leaving your kids none the wiser. But I caution against this tactic. Honesty is always the best policy, even when it comes to disguising vegetables. Though it may be tempting to try and trick your children into healthy eating, there are four major reasons why that is the opposite of what you should be doing.

May 17, 2015 | Emily Cummings FamilyShare | Life


Cookbook review: 'Sweet Cast Iron Creations' shows how to make mouthwatering Dutch oven desserts

"SWEET CAST IRON CREATIONS: Dutch Oven Desserts," by Doug Martin, Hobble Creek Press, $19.99, 112 pages

May 13, 2015 | Jeff Peterson Deseret News | Life


Omelette + Panini = the scrumptious Panomelette

Of all the extra appliances I have, the panini machine is perhaps the most neglected.

May 06, 2015 | Amy Makechnie Deseret News | Life


Deen Day Smith Awards - Past Honorees

Man of the Decade

February 28, 2014 | | Life


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