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Supernova’s dust could make thousands of Earths, NASA says

ITHACA, New York — Dust from supernova explosions survives to serve as "seed material" for new planets, according to a new study.

March 28, 2015 | Natalie Crofts KSL | Hot Topics

‘MST3K’ skewers turkeys, 5 vintage titles debut on DVD, Blu-ray

The latest collection of turkeys being roasted by “Mystery Science Theater 3000” is in release this week, along with five vintage films making their debuts on DVD and Blu-ray.

March 28, 2015 | Chris Hicks Deseret News | Things to do

Jury finds man guilty in Fort Stewart soldier’s death

It took a jury of eight women and four men just one hour to find Carl Evan Swain guilty of murder and conspiracy to commit murder for money in the 2013 killing of his brother-in-law, Army Spc. John Eubank.

March 27, 2015 | Patty Leon | News

‘Insurgent’ only a mild improvement on ‘Divergent’

While I honestly can say I wasn't too impressed with last year's surprise hit "Divergent," its recently released sequel "Insurgent" is a slight improvement. But the series still continues to miss the boat.

March 27, 2015 | By Justin Hall Film critic | Things to do

Teens may be even more distracted behind the wheel than previously thought

Giving in to the temptation to talk with friends or answer texts while driving holds serious consequences for teens behind the wheel, according to a new study from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, which found that six in 10 car crashes involving teen drivers were linked to distracted driving.

March 27, 2015 | Kelsey Dallas Deseret News | Living well

Panthers pitch no-hitter against Groves

It was a quick trip to and from Garden City Thursday as the liberty County High School baseball team wrapped up a 17-1 win in four innings. The Panther boys had the game sealed in the first inning driving in 13 runs off 10 hits.

March 27, 2015 | Patty Leon | Sports

Tigers fall to Indians, bounce back against Blue Tide

Bradwell Institute's baseball team lost on the road last weekend and scored a victory at home this past Thursday. The Tiger boys are now 4-8 overall and 0-6 in Region 3-AAAAA.

March 27, 2015 | Patty Leon | Sports

Tiger track continues to place well

Bradwell Institute's track teams continue to do well in competition. On March 14, the teams were in Waycross for the Swamp relays hosted by Ware County High School. The Lady Tigers placed third overall and the Tiger boys finished fifth overall in 16 events scored.

March 27, 2015 | Staff Report | Sports

What accounts for the cinematic generation gap?

So my twin boys recently had a late-night 14th birthday bash, and they wanted to watch a scary movie with all of their friends. But there wasn’t much to choose from since they’re not big fans of horror flicks and anything R-rated was out of consideration from the outset.

March 27, 2015 | Jim Bennett Deseret News | Things to do

Why religious confession is good for the mind and soul

Janet Perry has been a Catholic for more than 30 years, yet going to confession still makes her sweat.

March 27, 2015 | Kelsey Dallas Deseret News | Faith

'Home': 3 points for parents

Information for parents about the film "Home":

March 27, 2015 | Shawn O'Neill Deseret News | Things to do

Cross-cultural 'Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter' traces a misguided journey of destiny

“Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter” could have played out a couple of ways. On paper, it has the potential to be an oddball comedy, and it definitely has its funny moments. Instead, “Kumiko” takes its oddness very seriously, leaving the audience slightly bemused.

March 27, 2015 | Josh Terry Deseret News | Things to do

Do religions try to keep their scriptures inaccessible?

The late Christopher Hitchens once ranked, with Sam Harris, Richard Dawkins and Daniel Dennett, among the “four horsemen” of the New Atheism. His most comprehensive attack on religious faith came in a best-seller called — and don’t miss the title’s lowercased first word — “god is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything” (Twelve, 2009).

March 27, 2015 | Deseret Connect Deseret News | Faith

What is carpal tunnel syndrome?

Phil had been teaching tennis to young people for 20 years. Last year, when he started experiencing discomfort in his hands and wrists, a parent of one of his students suggested it could be carpal tunnel syndrome.

March 27, 2015 | Amy Osmond Cook FamilyShare | Living well

Twitter uses venture capital to compete with Google's Android

Twitter is expanding beyond its 140 character tweets and is making a move into venture capital, investing in a company that wants to compete with Google's Android mobile operating system.

March 27, 2015 | Matthew Jelalian Deseret News | Business

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Obama: Cut to spend more on health care

Where does Newt Gingrich go to get his apology? He proposed slowing the rate of growth of Medicare and Medicaid in the mid-1990s and was clobbered by Democrats and the press for waging war on the elderly and the indigent.

June 24, 2009 | By Rich Lowry Columnist | Opinion

Animal Control allows sick pets to be adopted

Editor, Before I discovered the paper had been receiving other comments about Animal Control, it was my intent to write you concerning a very unfortunate incident I had with Animal Control. I had been saving for months on my teacher's disability for a visit from my granddaughter, whom I had not seen in three years, and my daughter and other granddaughter. We had seen on Craigs List the pleas by Animal Control for help adopting animals a few weeks back.

June 24, 2009 | Staff Report | Letters to the Editor

Volunteers work to improve GBVFD

Editor, The Gum Branch Volunteer Fire Department works hard to keep up on training.

June 24, 2009 | Staff Report | Letters to the Editor

What does money mean to you?

Does thinking about money make you happy? Or does it make you stressed? Do you work too hard, or not enough, and don't understand why? Do you spend impulsively, or hate to part with a dime? A new book can help you understand the patterns of your behavior with money.

June 24, 2009 | By David Uffington Dollars and sense | Advice/Columnists

Two arrested in fatal shooting

Police have arrested two men and are searching for two others in connection with the shooting death of a young Hinesville man on June 16.

June 24, 2009 | Staff report | News

New EMS station for west side

Emergencies in west Liberty County should soon get quicker ambulance responses.

June 24, 2009 | By Alena Parker Staff writer | Public Safety

East-end annex coming together

Liberty County's east-end annex is taking shape as the architect talked design and demolition with commissioners last week. But Midway is going to have to decide what it does with its city hall.

June 24, 2009 | By Alena Parker Staff writer | News

Center assists soldiers with questions

"Cover me" is often heard among soldiers during combat. Now the term has an expanded meaning.

June 24, 2009 | By Lewis Levine Correspondent | Military

Healthy school reaps rewards

June 24, 2009 | Special to the Courier | Living well

LRMC hopes to open adult day care center

Area senior citizens haven't been forgotten. Liberty Regional Medical Center is planning to open an adult day care center.

June 24, 2009 | By Alena Parker Staff writer | Living well

Sports briefs for June 24, 2009

St. James camp

June 24, 2009 | Staff report | Schedules/Stats/Rosters

Game Day for June 24, 2009

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June 24, 2009 | Staff report | Schedules/Stats/Rosters

Panthers perform well at camp

Liberty County high School football players strapped the chin guards in place and hit offensive patterns and defensive tackles Saturday at a Savannah State University sponsored 7-on-7 football camp.

June 24, 2009 | Patty Leon Sports editor | Sports

’Canes bite Middle Ga. Pit Bulls, 55-6

The Hinesville Hurricanes are sitting at 3-0 in the regular season after taking a bite out of the Middle Georgia Pit Bulls Saturday at home, winning 55-6.

June 24, 2009 | Patty Leon Sports editor | Sports

Environmental health stretched thin

Standing rain and continued showers have the potential to increase west Nile virus. Elevated temperatures bring increased risk for heat stroke and food poisonings. Summer weather disturbances require constant disaster preparedness and vigilance for rabies among wild and domesticated animals.

June 24, 2009 | By Linda Ratcliffe Columnist | Advice/Columnists

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