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The Clean Cut: Madilyn Paige of 'The Voice' releases 'Irreplaceable' music video

Although she was eliminated after making it to the top 20 on NBC’s “The Voice,” Madilyn Paige shares what she learned from her experience on the hit television show in her new music video, “Irreplaceable.” Paige’s self-titled debut album, which was produced by a Deseret Book label, will include the song and will be released Feb. 3, 2015.

January 28, 2015 | Morgan Jones Deseret News | Hot Topics

Child welfare system of every state fails to meet minimum standards, report says

All three branches of the federal government and every state have failed to meet minimum standards to protect abused and neglected children, according to a report issued Tuesday that lambasted the American child-welfare system.

January 28, 2015 | Lois M. Collins Deseret Media Companies | Hot Topics

4 things your newborn wants you to know

Your newborn baby is cute, for sure, but it doesn't seem like there is much going on in there. The baby eats. The baby cries. The baby fills diapers. The baby sleeps. However, your baby is quite intelligent for one who is such a novice at life. If he or she could talk, this is what you might hear.

January 28, 2015 | Rachel Chipman FamilyShare | Hot Topics

The Crock-Pot effect: Surprising impacts of the slow cooker

The Crock-Pot is 75 years old this month, and while you can use this nifty gadget to whip up some sticky wings for your Super Bowl party, cook oatmeal overnight for an instant breakfast or even make homemade organic ketchup (who knew?), the Crock-Pot has had mixed results delivering on one of its advertised benefits: freeing women from the time-consuming tedium of housework.

January 28, 2015 | Marsha Maxwell Deseret Media Companies | Hot Topics

Images show asteroid that passed by earth has its own moon

GOLDSTONE, Calif. — The mountain-sized asteroid that passed close by earth Monday has its own small moon, according to NASA.

January 27, 2015 | Natalie Crofts KSL | Hot Topics

New Yorkers look for cuddle buddies during the Juno blizzard

New Yorkers know they can get Chinese food at 3 a.m.

January 27, 2015 | Herb Scribner Deseret News | Hot Topics

Faith leaders: your secret weapon in the fight against payday lending

When Pastor Chad Chaddick was ordained, he expected to be a teacher, a caretaker of the sick and elderly, a counselor and an evangelist to his community.

January 27, 2015 | Deborah Sutton Deseret Media Companies | Hot Topics

The way you hold hands with your partner says something about your relationship

Holding hands is an act as common as they come. Pop stars sing about it, animals embrace it and scientists continue to study it, according to Elite Daily’s Lydia Mansel. Even people 700 years ago did it.

January 27, 2015 | Herb Scribner Deseret News | Hot Topics

A president without a college degree? Wisconsin governor will test it

On paper, Republicans' best presidential candidate for 2016 would seem to be the sitting governor of Wisconsin, except for one possible problem: He never graduated from college.

January 27, 2015 | Eric Schulzke Deseret News | Hot Topics

The good game: video games that grow our kids

Video games have been maligned for decades.

January 27, 2015 | Tiffany Gee Lewis Deseret Media Companies | Hot Topics

Springfield adds more parking

Springfield City Council members addressed a long-standing goal at their Jan. 13 meeting.

January 27, 2015 | By Patrick Donahue | Local

Rincon Police sets sights on acquiring second K-9

The Rincon Police Department is getting closer to acquiring another K-9.

January 27, 2015 | By Patrick Donahue | Local

Commissioners still have questions on transportation resolution

Effingham County commissioners aren't ready to sign off on a resolution forged by a statewide legislative committee exploring ways to finance transportation improvements.

January 27, 2015 | By Patrick Donahue | Local

Push started to bring free health clinic

A local committee is working to establish a free health clinic in Effingham County.

January 27, 2015 | By Paul Floeckher | Around Town

Commissioners OK new sheriff’s office

There are still a few items left to address, but the Effingham County Sheriff's Office is settled into its new home.

January 27, 2015 | By Patrick Donahue | Local

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Are you hunting dove on a baited field?

Come this fall, this may be a question asked ahead of time by an invited hunter to the host of the field. This may be a question one hunter poses to another as they step onto a dove field for the first time. In the worst case scenario, this question may be asked by incredulous hunters who have just been informed by the game warden that, yes indeed, the field is baited.
Department of Natural Resources Ranger Brandon Pierce of Effingham County would like to avoid the last example and provide suggestions and strategies for successfully and legally attracting mourning ...

August 30, 2010 | Staff Report | Sports

What are next steps for Afghanistan?

When President Barack Obama finished a review of his strategy in Afghanistan last fall he set what was widely construed to be a deadline for the U.S. to begin withdrawing. At the time, setting a July 2011 timetable was widely considered a mistake, allowing the Taliban to see light at the end of the tunnel.
Since then, Obama's commanders have been edging away from that deadline, including overall Afghan commander Gen. David Petraeus, who described it as "the date that a process begins that is conditions-based," and that depending on the conditions on the ground he reserves the ...

August 30, 2010 | Marietta Daily Journal | Opinion

Lottery and the pre-k

The final lottery funded program is the voluntary Georgia pre-k program that accounts for $355 million or 31.5 percent of Lottery for Education expenditures in the fiscal year 2011 budget. The FY11 budget will fund 84,000 pre-k slots throughout the state.
The Georgia pre-k program operates as a public/private partnership. Pre-k classes are offered in traditional public schools as well as private schools and daycare providers. Because there is no capital outlay component in Lottery pre-k funding, only those systems with extra space have chosen to participate. Approximately 58 percent of all pre-k classes are currently offered ...

August 30, 2010 | Sen. Jack Hill Guest Columnist | Opinion

Breaking funding gridlock

A three year journey came to an end this year as the Georgia state legislature finally came up with a plan that will address our state's growing transportation needs.
Stuck in the confines of deciding between a statewide or regional approach to our transportation needs, the legislature has been deadlocked the past few years and unable to compromise on a plan to offer our citizens.
With the passage of HB 277, the Transportation Investment Act of 2010, Georgians will now have an opportunity to vote on a funding mechanism to pay for transportation improvements.
This is extremely good news ...

August 30, 2010 | Sen. Buddy Carter Guest Columnist | Opinion

Starting the year together

Pre-K teachers at Marlow Elementary School started off the year with units "All about Me" and "Families." Parents and grandparents were invited to come read to the students during small group and circle time.

August 30, 2010 | Staff Report | Education

ECSO issues scam warning

The Effingham County Sheriff's Office is warning residents about scam solicitations that promise monetary awards or rewards. Some of the latest versions of the mail fraud schemes ask the recipient to cash the included check and then ask the recipient to return a portion to the sender.
In some cases, scammers will send a realistic check or money order for a purchase they make from you - buying something you're selling - and then ask you to return the overage amount. The check or money order then bounces and you're out all the cash.
Some of the recent scams ...

August 30, 2010 | Staff Report | Local

Interacting with Rotary

Michaela Lariscy is the president of the South Effingham High School Interact Club and shared with the Effingham Rotary Club her experience this past summer attending Rotary Youth Leadership Awards at South Georgia College which was aimed at developing leadership skills in high school students. The Interact Club is a service club for students sponsored by the Rotary Club. The Interact Club completed several service projects over the past year, and, as their international project, raised money for shelter boxes for the Haitian relief effort.

August 30, 2010 | Staff Report | Around Town

Springfield to work on alcohol hours ordinance

Springfield City Council members are expected to review an ordinance to extend hours of service for establishments serving alcohol.
City attorney Hillary Burns said she will have a new ordinance ready for council members to vote on at their Sept. 13 meeting. Burns told council members she prefers drawing up a new ordinance instead of modifying the existing law to incorporate the new hours. The new ordinance, if adopted, would allow serving hours on Friday to be extended from midnight to 1 a.m. and on premises consumption hours to go from 1 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Kelly ...

August 26, 2010 | By Patrick Donahue | Local

Celebrating his new birthday

For James Hoyt Gleaton, June 28, 2010, is his new birthday.
That's the day he says he was given a new life. Talking about it, the 54-year-old workingman, with his gruff voice, solid build and hardened hands, can't help but well up with tears. It's the day he received an unlikely liver transplant.
Gleaton had no symptoms when he was first diagnosed with liver cancer around Fathers Day 2009. His diabetes doctor noticed an abnormality in his blood work, and they found a malignant tumor in his liver the size of a golf ball. After a few ...

August 26, 2010 | By Calli Arnold | Local

County takes a look at its impact fees

Effingham County commissioners are weighing a new slate of impact fees.
In April, commissioners approved a $60,100 contract with TischlerBise to prepare a capital improvements elements and impact fee analysis.
TischlerBise performed a similar study in 2005, and the county adopted a schedule of impact fees for water, sewer, roads, parks and public safety.
Any changes in the impact fee ordinance would come after a series of public hearings.
"The idea is to get comments from the public as well as the board of commissioners on the analysis," County Administrator David Crawley said.
Without impact fees, said Dr. Dwayne ...

August 26, 2010 | By Patrick Donahue | Local

‘A Festival of Families’ for Salzburgers on Labor Day

Genealogy workshops, family exhibits, an old photo display of 19th century Salzburger and other German families of Effingham County (provided by
Historic Effingham Society), wagon rides for the kids, the Marktplatz (an old-style working market place), the traditional lemonade barrel, craft demonstrations, the GSS Museum, the Old Salzburger House, and Euchees from Oklahoma -all this and more promise a different and exciting GSS Heritage Day celebration at Ebenezer on Sept. 6.
The traditional 11 a.m. meeting and thanksgiving will be in Jerusalem Lutheran Church, and the exhibits will be ongoing from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Family history ...

August 26, 2010 | Staff Report | Lifestyle

A gift for Braves fan Lynell

History is made every day. Although this is not an old story, I feel this story is heartwarming and we all need to record moments when the human spirit triumphs in the face of tragedy through the kindness of family.
Lynell Arnsdorff Andrews was born in 1960 with cerebral palsy and has been confined to a wheelchair most of her life. From a young age, she became an avid Braves fan whether they were winning or losing. Through the years, she had been able to go to a few games in Atlanta and will never forget meeting her favorite player ...

August 26, 2010 | By Susan Exley Historic Effingham Society | Echoes of Effingham

Preacher’s kid lost in New York

As a boy, I was "double trouble" - a preacher's kid and an Army brat. My father was a chaplain in the U.S. Army.
When I was in the seventh grade, Dad was stationed at Fort Hamilton in Brooklyn, New York, in order to attend Chaplain's School. I attended Public School 104, which was in an Irish-Catholic neighborhood. It was a good school with strict discipline and excellent academics.
Soon after school started that fall, we learned that on Wednesday afternoons they had "release time." This was when students got out of school early and could go to ...

August 26, 2010 | Dr. Bob Rogers Pastor, First Baptist Church of Rincon | Holy Humor

Tybee preps for annual Labor Day Beach Bash

TYBEE ISLAND- Enjoy the ocean breezes, live music and fireworks from the majestic Tybee Pier & Pavilion at the 3rd Annual Tybee Island Labor Day Beach Bash on Sept. 5 from 7-10 p.m.
Free live entertainment starts at 7 p.m. with Gary Roland and The Landsharks Band! The Landsharks have performed with Jimmy Buffett and opened for several major artists, including The Beach Boys, Patti Labelle, Three Dog Night and Inner Circle.
After performing with them Jimmy Buffett proclaimed that "The Landsharks are showmen, they're fun. They're a fun band" and also said "Funny thing was, The ...

August 26, 2010 | Staff Report | Lifestyle

Carolina Chocolate Drops to play GSU’s PAC

The Carolina Chocolate Drops, a trio of exciting young musicians who connect with audiences with their honest energy and a passion for their music, will return to Georgia Southern University's Performing Arts Center on Sept. 24. The show will open the 2010-11 season for the PAC.
The CCDs came to the PAC two years ago and the PAC has been asked to bring this group back.
Tickets are $25 and the show will be from 7:30-10 p.m.

August 26, 2010 | Staff Report | Lifestyle

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