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Fortsons receive Golden Deeds Award

The Exchange Club of Effingham honored a local husband and wife for their commitment to helping others in the community.

July 28, 2014 | Staff report | Around Town

Chamber collecting school supplies for students in need

The Effingham County Chamber of Commerce is conducting its annual "Pack-a-Pack" to help provide school supplies to local students.

July 28, 2014 | Staff report | Education

'Cavendon Hall' is a captivating journey

Editor's note: For fans of the British period drama "Downton Abbey," the fifth season can't come too soon. In the meantime, this is one of half a dozen books - both novels and nonfiction - that have crossed our desks that have an upstairs/downstairs drama, are set in a similar era or may be of interest to fans of the historical series.

July 28, 2014 | Micah Klug Deseret News National | Hot Topics

Seniors in search of a 're-do': Survey finds older Americans wish they could change some things

A USA Today survey of older adults found they have some regrets, but believe younger adults can learn from what they didn't do exactly right.

July 28, 2014 | Lois M. Collins Deseret News National | Hot Topics

Gamers rejoice: ESPN to televise biggest video game tournament ever

What sport attracts millions of fans, competitors from all over the world and boasts a $10.8 million prize?

July 28, 2014 | Chandra Johnson Deseret News National | Hot Topics

Habits of the House trilogy ends in a whimper

Editor's note: For fans of the British period drama "Downton Abbey," the fifth season can't come too soon. In the meantime, this is one of half a dozen books - both novels and nonfiction - that have crossed our desks that have an upstairs/downstairs drama, are set in a similar era or may be of interest to fans of the historical series.

July 28, 2014 | Alicia Cunningham Deseret News National | Hot Topics

Harvard students invent cake in a can

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - The laziness and/or genius of humans rose to a whole new level after two Harvard students invented a cake that sprays from a can.

July 28, 2014 | Faith Heaton Jolley Deseret News National | Hot Topics

Technology disrupts cultural values

"How can technical change be introduced with such regard for the culture pattern that human values are preserved?" Such was the question posed by the renowned cultural anthropologist, Margaret Mead, in the book "Cultural Patterns and Technical Change."

July 28, 2014 | John Florez | Hot Topics

Free isn't always good: Travel scams to watch out for

It's summertime in America, which means it's also time to travel.

July 28, 2014 | Herb Scribner Deseret News National | Hot Topics

Dave Ramsey: Don't leave an estate with life insurance

Dear Dave,

July 27, 2014 | Dave Ramsey Deseret News National | Hot Topics

Chess in the curriculum? The game that makes you smarter.

Birmingham, Alabama, is looking to make chess a fixture in its schools, in hopes that it will allow kids to stretch their minds and improve their analytical abilities.

July 27, 2014 | Eric Schulzke Deseret News National | Hot Topics

Most American high schoolers don't know how to manage money

American high school sophomores spend their time learning chemistry, calculus and anatomy, but in practical matters of money they don't fit the bill.

July 27, 2014 | Nicole Shepard Deseret News National | Hot Topics

Lack of work-life balance and manager support are job 'deal breakers', survey shows

When I left my career as a full-time journalist about three years ago, it wasn't because I didn't love the job anymore.

July 27, 2014 | Greg Kratz Deseret News National | Hot Topics

Cuddle parties: the cure for loneliness for some

As loneliness becomes a more recognized health risk in the United States, the need for human contact and community has led to the creation of "cuddle parties."

July 27, 2014 | Emily Hales Deseret News National | Hot Topics

11 summer Jell-O recipes for you and your family

Is Jell-O the secret to your family picnic?

July 27, 2014 | Herb Scribner Deseret News National | Hot Topics

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Hall makes spring dean’s list at Clemson

CLEMSON, S.C. - Erin Kinsley Hall of Springfield, whose major is health science, has been named to the dean's list at Clemson University for the spring 2014 semester.

May 22, 2014 | Staff report | Education

Memorial Day ceremony set for Veterans Park

On Monday, Effingham County citizens will come together for a Memorial Day program in the Veterans Park to remember those who have served their country. It is a national holiday set aside for this remembrance and appreciation of veterans.

May 22, 2014 | Staff report | Around Town

Beech wins UDC essay contest

Each year, the United Daughters of the Confederacy sponsors an essay contest for students in grades 5-12. This year's topic was "March to the Sea."

May 22, 2014 | Staff report | Around Town

‘Choose Your Ride’ added to ‘Click It or Ticket’ effort

To highlight the importance of safe driving and safe boating as the unofficial start of summer draws near, the Governor's Office of Highway Safety is partnering with the Department of Natural Resources and Georgia State Patrol to add an impaired driving message to its Memorial Day Click It or Ticket campaign.

May 22, 2014 | Staff report | Local

What day is it Monday?

Dear Editor,

May 22, 2014 | Staff Report | Letters to the Editor

Judge sets an example to follow

Dear Editor,

May 22, 2014 | Staff Report | Letters to the Editor

Columnist didn’t get it right on probation

Dear Editor,

May 22, 2014 | Staff Report | Letters to the Editor

Senate passes bill for port deepening

The U.S. Senate's passage of the federal Water Resources Reform and Development Act of 2014 has cleared the way for construction to begin on the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project, Georgia Ports Authority officials said Thursday. The House passed identical legislation Tuesday.

May 22, 2014 | Staff report | Business

Jobless rate holds steady

ATLANTA - The Georgia Department of Labor announced that Effingham County's unemployment rate remained unchanged in April, holding steady at March's 5.5 percent level.

May 22, 2014 | Staff report | Business

A soldier’s account of the call to duty

The following is a first-hand account written by the late Maj. (ret.) Horace Berry in 2000, 50 years after he was called up with the National Guard in Springfield.

May 22, 2014 | By Susan Exley | Echoes of Effingham

Raised to shop better

Tink had been in Los Angeles for a week, so that morning before his plane left LAX, it occurred to me that a good wifely thing to do would be to welcome him back to the Rondarosa with a home-cooked meal.

May 22, 2014 | By Ronda Rich | Lifestyle

What happens when the majority is silent

The grandmother of Somalian Ayaan Hirsi Ali had her young granddaughter genitally mutilated at the age of 5. Her father, an intelligent dissident and outspoken critic of the backward tradition, was imprisoned during this time and her grandmother took charge. From that moment on, Ali knew there was something wrong with her culture's view of women.

May 22, 2014 | By Rev. Dr. Bob LeFavi | Church

Could Minecraft help kids get smarter?

When Rob Patrick's then 7-year-old son Riley started asking to play Minecraft two years ago, the Edmonton-based radio morning show host and his wife had no idea what he was talking about.

May 22, 2014 | Menachem Wecker Deseret News National | Hot Topics

John Stamos defends 'Full House

The greasy-haired, motorcycle-riding, Elvis-loving character Uncle Jesse decided he needed to stand up to one Huffington Post blogger who called out his former hit series, "Full House."

May 22, 2014 | Sarah Sanders Petersen Deseret News National | Hot Topics

'Farmland' takes viewers on a trip to rural America

A new documentary from producer/director James Moll could be validating, enlightening or concerning, depending on your perspective. "Farmland" shares the perspectives of a half-dozen cattle ranchers, vegetable farmers and other rural Americans who operate far from the grocery shelves. For urban America, it is an eye-opening look at the people who produce much of the food we find at the supermarket. For those a little closer to our farmlands, it's a validation of a lifestyle far from the public eye. For Americans in general, it raises important questions that affect us all.

May 22, 2014 | Josh Terry Deseret News National | Hot Topics

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