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Also on the card, Josh Koscheck returns from a long hiatus to take on Jake Ellenberger. With both fighters coming off of losing streaks, one hopes to turn it around with this next matchup. It will remain to be seen if Koscheck suffers Law from the infamous ring rust that plagues fighters who step out of the octagon for long periods of time, but either way it should make for an interesting match. Also returning for the card is Raquel Pennington vs. Holly Holm, Tony Ferguson vs. Gleison Tibau and Mark Munoz vs. Roan Carneiro, along with a slew of other fighters trying to make a name for themselves. Don’t miss the fights on Feb. 28 at 10 p.m. on Pay Per View! Brett Law is Connect’s MMA columnist and encourages your input and responses! If you have a reader request or anything to say, he can be reached at blawjr@morrismultimedia.com.w

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Ronda Rousey has become a huge name in MMA — and in the media in general. She’s undefeated and has defended her title many times with no one seeming to give her much trouble. Her next challenger, though, will be her hardest test to date. Brett Cat Zingano was supposed to fight Rousey long ago, but due to personal issues and injuries the fight has been repeatedly pushed back. Zingano will finally get her chance to try to prove to the world that she can take Rousey’s crown. Zingano is also undefeated with a 9-win streak. She focuses more on her stand-up than her ground game, which is mostly opposite to Rousey. Rousey tends to strike a little and then look for an opening to throw her opponent to the ground and have her way with them. This will be an exciting match, and someone will come off of their winning streak when all is said and done. Do you think Rousey will retain her title?


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Did anybody else not watch People seem to forget the Oscars Sunday night? that actors and actresses Nobody? Just me? Okay. are actually just people who It’s amazing how much I happen to be famous. They can learn about the Oscars have no more natural insight after having not watched it. I’ve into social justice issues than listened to Neil Patrick Harris’ your next-door neighbor. “Moving Pictures” so much that Also, just because they can I’ve got the thing memorized. I Brittani Howell talk pretty when given lines to know that Big Hero 6 beat out read doesn't mean they are any How to Train Your Dragon 2 for Best better at using language independently Animated Feature (I’m not bitter). I than your next-door neighbor either. know that Benedict Cumberbatch did Patricia Arquette made a verbal slip not win Best Actor and bore it with backstage for which the vocal feminist grace, because he’s fantastic. And I community is kind of hanging her out know that John Travolta apparently to dry. She is also being hammered tried to kiss anyone, for reasons I honby the same people who were exasestly didn’t want to look into. perated by Emma Watson's feminist I also know that this year’s Oscars speech at the U.N. — that is, the ones was known for its instances of political who are furious that these actresses do commentary and attention to global ailnot understand the nuances of talking about feminism beyond a beginners' ments. And I also know that there are encounter with it and haven't read the plenty of people who are super pissed it. Most people don’t seem particularly same critics they have. up in arms about Julianne Moore’s Personally, I find it commendable whenever anyone deflects attention speech about Alzheimer’s or the way away from themselves to a worthier Eddie Redmayne brought up amyosubject. Celebrities have a lot of trophic lateral sclerosis in his acceptance. Nobody seems to have raised influence, so we shouldn't dump on them when they try to use a moment an outcry about Graham Moore’s admission of suicidal thoughts when he they could hog for themselves to call was a teenager and words of encourattention to a cause — particularly agement to people feeling the same when they have the ears of millions of way. (I mean, I don’t know, someone people at once. At the same time, I really, really might have in the deep recesses of the wish that celebrities (and, honestly, Internet or angry Reddit boards.) But when it came to Patricia anyone who is going to venture to have Arquette’s call for wage equality and an opinion on anything, ever) would her comments backstage, people who do their effing research, particularly bother to have opinions on celebrity when they are high-profile enough speeches were split into two camps: that people will pay attention to their A) Patricia Arquette’s speech is a opinions. If you have the time and feminist triumph! (See Meryl Streep luxury to speak about a cause at an and Jennifer Lopez.) Oscars acceptance speech, you should B) Patricia Arquette pretty much dedicate a few hours to the massive excluded racial minorities and the body of work dedicated to the cause GLBT community from the whole you're talking about. If you are going to wage-equality thing. attempt to use your influence as cur Now, like it or not, I'm paid to have rency, do so in such a way that it's not opinions on things, and I didn't do just a perfunctory gesture. my research yet on whether or not it's illegal to let your drive-thru line Brittani Howell is the editor of stretch out onto a main road (looking Connect Statesboro. If you'd like to at you, Zaxby's), so I'm going to chime reach out, send a message to bhowell@ in too. connecstatesboro.com!w


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GATA’s — Cornhole Tournament, 6 a.m.– 10 p.m. Cornhole — Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, 7 p.m. GSU Russell Union theatre — Southern Influence of Hip Hop, featuring Ruben “Big Rube” Bailey, 7–8:30 p.m. Free and open to the public. GSU Newton Building, Room 1110 — Unedited Writer’s Guild meeting, 7 p.m. Open to all area writers, word nerds and language enthusiasts. Mellow Mushroom — Trivia, 8 p.m. Locos — Trivia, 9 p.m. Gnat’s Landing — DJ and karaoke, 9 p.m. Wild Wing Café — Trivia, 9 p.m.

Eagle Creek Brewing Co. — Nick Bryant, 6– 9 p.m.

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El Sombrero (Fair Rd.) — Trivia, 7:30–9:30 p.m. GSU Performing Arts Center — Georgia Southern Wind Symphony, 7:30–8:30 p.m. Free and open to the public. Dingus Magee’s — Those Cats, 8 p.m. Wild Wing Café — Beer pong, 9 p.m. Applebee’s — Live DJ, 9:30 p.m.–close

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Splash in the ‘Boro — Family Fun Swim, 10 a.m.

GSU Russell Union theatre — Free UPBMovie: Catching Fire and Mockingjay, Part 1, 6– 10 p.m., free and open to the public.

The evening will be filled with the memories of shows we have loved and scenes from iconic black shows such as Soul Train, The Browns, Sanford and Son and more. The show will include documentary video footage from the Civil Rights movement. Between the dramatic and the comedic, it's a night of performance you won't forget. Directed by Michal Whitaker.

GSU Williams Center — “Celebration of African Americans in Television” play, 7 p.m.

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Eagle Creek Brewing Co. — City Limits, 6– 9 p.m. GSU Williams Center — “Celebration of African Americans in Television” play, 7 p.m. Dingus Magee’s — piano., 9 p.m. Gnat’s Landing — Yamadeo, 9 p.m.

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Elvis tribute concert. For one night only!

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GSU Zach S. Henderson Library — Exhibition opening: “A is for Arab: Stereotypes in U.S. Popular Culture.” Averitt Center for the Arts — "Elvis: A Concert Experience," 3–5 p.m., $15 for general admission. Celebrate Elvis’ birthday with Jim Jinelli as he brings the King back to life in this

GSU Performing Arts Center — Symphonic Wind Ensemble, 7:30 p.m.

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Locos — Cornhole tournament, 7 p.m. GSU PAC — Georgia Southern Jazz Ensemble concert, 7:30–8:30 p.m., free and open to the public. El Jalapeño — Live DJ

and karaoke, 8–11 p.m. Bigshow’s Burgers and Bar (Brampton Ave.) — Trivia, 8–9 p.m. Dingus Magee’s — Trivia, 9 p.m. Gnat’s Landing — Trivia, 6:30 p.m.

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GATA’s — Beer pong tournament, 8 p.m. Locos — Jam Session open mic night, 9 p.m. Applebee’s — Karaoke, 9:30 p.m.

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Running for dummies Your easy guide to exercising without wanting to die For most beginners, feeling the unfamiliar tightness of your lungs or the new aches in your legs isn’t the most desirable sensation in the world. However, running does not have to be a painful process and it should not be one either. With the proper gear, technique and training, running can become an incredibly invigorating experience.

Running gear One of the most important aspects of running is to remember that proper running gear varies according to the individual runner. As tempting as it is to purchase shoes by color preference or style, it is far more important to find the right fit for your running form. Running shoes will be one of the most important

purchases for your exercise you make. Each running shoe has different aspects, such as heel drops and the type of material used. With the growing popularity of minimalist running, understanding the idea of a heel drop will make shopping an easier process. The heel drop options help to accommodate various running forms for different types of styles. This is beneficial for those who have running habits that can cause injury. Picking the right type of shoe will help to prevent accidents from occurring and make the run more comfortable. "A heel drop is essentially a measurement for how fat a running shoe’s heel feels," Gearinstitute.com wrote. “ A shoe with a thick heel demands that you run on your heels — it shoves a wedge

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Technique Technique plays just as large of a role as proper gear. Coach Elfi Oretenburger has been coaching for 15 years now. After receiving training from experts such as Jeff Galloway and the head athletic trainer at UCLA, Jackie Hansen, Ortenburger has some important advice for running form. “Running form cannot be taught or learned for the most part. Most experts agree on that — there is no specific way to run," Oretenburger said. "The elite were born to run in a way that is perfect, and yet many still have their individual style. You can learn, for example, how to run up a hill better by taking a shorter stride, or change your

cadence when you run. But that is not running form. My job as a coach with new runners is to make sure they do not run too much or too fast too soon and don’t try to keep up with others, make sure they get a shoe that works for them and plenty of recovery time.”

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How the mighty have fallen and was idle Thursday while Southern’s loss dropped the Eagles to a full game behind to tie with Georgia State. Southern and State both won Saturday while Monroe fell to Arkansas State, which resulted in the logjam at the top of the standings. Brown Three of the Eagles’ last four games are on the road. Southern travels to Appalachian State Thursday and will be at UL Lafayette Saturday. The Eagles’ final home game of the season will be next Thursday as UT Arlington comes to town. Southern closes the season at Georgia State on Saturday, March 7. On the women’s side, Georgia Southern just can’t seem to get over the hump. The Eagles aren’t getting run off the floor; nearly every game has been close until the final few

Come on and take a Screamride From the studio that created Rollercoaster Tycoon 3 and Thrillville, Frontier Developments has created the management and simulation game Screamride. Set in a futuristic roller coaster testing facility, Screamride Tim tasks the gamer with constructing, testing and even destroying roller coasters in tons of gripping and unique ways. Although the game doesn't release until March 3, I got a chance to preview it through an Xbox One demo found in the Xbox One marketplace. The campaign features three main game types: Screamrider, Demolition Expert and Engineer. Each mode is different and offers its own spin on the roller coaster experience. Screamrider mode challenges the

player to make it from the beginning to the end of a roller coaster ride while racking up points by skillfully riding the tracks. Gamers have to dodge deterrents, hit boosts on highlighted areas of the track and tilt the roller Webb coaster cart at dangerous angles for huge points. The more screams achieved, the more points the gamer will rack up. The Demolition Expert mode is all about absolute destruction and mayhem. The gamer has the ability to throw cabins and cars through the air, right into buildings, to earn rewards for their destruction abilities. The destruction in this game mode can be compared to that found in the game Burnout Crash Mode. Also, the cabins thrown at the buildings include a

minutes. Southern led Troy for most of the game Thursday night before the Trojans hit a shot with less than a second left to tie the game. Troy won 99-93 in overtime. Southern led South Alabama by four at halftime Saturday before a disastrous second half allowed the Jaguars to get out of Hanner Fieldhouse with a 17-point win. Georgia Southern is just 1-15 in conference play and has been mathematically eliminated from making the eight-team Sun Belt tournament. Georgia Southern baseball took two of three over the weekend over West Virginia after letting one slip away Tuesday night against Georgia Tech. The Eagles had Tech on the ropes. Southern led 4-1 before giving up a grand slam in the top of the seventh inning and then two more runs in the eighth to allow the Yellow

Jackets to escape with a 7-4 win. It was the Eagles’ first loss on the young season, but they bounced back with a 7-4 win over West Virginia Friday. The Mountaineers took game two of the series with a 12-4 win Saturday afternoon. Southern won the rubber game decisively by a score of 15-2 Sunday afternoon. Georgia Southern improves to 5-2 on the year and will host The Citadel Tuesday before traveling to Jacksonville to take on North Florida Wednesday. Southern will then play host to UGA for a three game set this weekend for the last weekend series before conference play gets underway. Baseball season is hitting full stride and basketball season is making its way down the home stretch. This is a fun time to be a part of the Eagle Nation.w

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It’s a four-game season. With basketball’s regular season down to its final two weeks, there’s a three-way tie atop the Sun Belt standings. Georgia Southern, Georgia State and UL Monroe are all 12-4 in conference play. Aside from Alex the regular season championship, these three are also battling for a coveted double bye into the semi-finals of the tournament which is awarded to the top two seeds. Last week, Southern dropped a shocker to last-place Troy at home Thursday evening. The Trojans swept the season series over the Eagles, but are 3-12 against the rest of the Sun Belt. Georgia Southern bounced back two nights later with a win over South Alabama. UL Monroe had a half-game lead to begin the week


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Your fitness app could boost your health care HACKENSACK, N.J. — That phone app keeping track of your exercise and meals might keep you out of the hospital one day. Why give your doctors permission to incorporate data from fitness trackers and health apps into electronic patient records? Well, they might spot signs of an ailment sooner and suggest behavioral changes or medication before you land in the emergency room. They also might be able to monitor how you're healing from surgery or whether you're following a treatment regimen. "Right now we only see our patients for about a 15-minute visit in the office, and it's a very constricted view," said Dr. Lauren Koniaris, a specialist in pulmonary critical care at Hackensack University Medical Center in New Jersey. "This really globalizes the view of their health status, so that we're really in contact with them on a much more daily if not hour-to-hour basis. It's almost like a virtual house call." At Hackensack, a handful of patients at risk for heart failure are asked to use a fitness tracker to count steps walked and flights climbed. They are also asked to record what they eat — by photographing the product's bar code, for instance — using a phone app that has a database containing nutrition information on thousands of food items. Using Apple's new HealthKit technology, data from the various trackers and apps gets automatically transferred to the Epic MyChart app on the iPhone. From there,

the information goes to the hospital's records system, which also comes from Epic. Hackensack wants to expand to more patients and start tracking blood pressure and sleep quality, too. But the hospital first needs to ensure that teams are in place to review the glut of data coming in. More broadly, there are consumer privacy and security issues to address, along with questions about whether these trackers and apps really improve patient care. The University of California, San Francisco is studying which gadgets are reliable and whether that reliability extends to patients with extreme conditions. Then they have to figure out what information is really meaningful — not just noise. Many doctors and hospitals see potential. The Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, uses Fitbit trackers to monitor hipreplacement patients for a month after surgery. Health workers get data on daily

steps and can tell when patients have trouble walking — a hundred or more miles away. The Ochsner Health System in New Orleans is turning to wireless scales and blood-pressure devices to help reduce readmissions for chronic diseases such as heart failure. Noticing a small weight gain, for instance, might reveal fluid buildup resulting from the heart failing to pump normally. Not only can doctors intervene sooner, they can use the data to show how exercise can help lower blood pressure. "If we're going to succeed in improving health, we have to get patients more engaged in their care," said Dr. Richard Milani, a cardiologist at Ochsner. Heart-attack patients have long been asked to weigh themselves, while those with diabetes have had to check glucose levels. Smartphone technology makes all that easier and gets measurements to doctors more regularly and reliably. There's no forgetting to record a number or transposing digits. With Apple's HealthKit tools, disparate gadgets and records systems can work together more easily. Think of HealthKit as a common language, eliminating the need for translators. Beyond sleep and exercise data coming from fitness trackers, doctors can

eventually incorporate devices that measure glucose, blood pressure, respiratory rates and blood-oxygen levels. The devices communicate with the iPhone wirelessly or through the headphone or charging port. Google, Samsung and Microsoft have similar ambitions that will expand monitoring to users of Android and Windows phones, though they aren't as far along. For now, developers must write separate code for each Android or Windows app to integrate. Gary Wilhelm, 51, who works at Hackensack on payroll and finance technology, joined the hospital's app test after he suffered a heart attack in October. He appeared animated during a check-up this month as he showed Dr. Sarah Timmapuri, his cardiologist, various charts on flights climbed and cholesterol intake. There were a few bad days that Wilhelm blamed on the Super Bowl. Timmapuri instructed Wilhelm to monitor his pulse on his new Fitbit Surge. If it gets to about 155 beats per minute, he's to end his workout. "Even if I did not do a single thing with the information, just the patient knowing that I'm reviewing it will already have a positive effect," Timmapuri said. Mayo patient Randy Smothers, 62, of Chisago City, Minnesota, agrees. He said he was in pain after getting his right hip replaced and would have stayed on his couch without the knowledge that someone was checking on him. "This pedometer they gave me made me walk every day and move on and get going," he said. Apps and trackers could ultimately reduce patient visits, though there's a risk patients would practice self-care. "It may be an aid or a tool to help me deliver better care, but it is just a tool," said Dr. Robert Wergin, president of the American Academy of Family Physicians. "It shouldn't substitute for a face-to-face visit."w

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Eugenia Last VIRGO (Aug. 23–Sept. 22) — Deception is apparent. Someone will try to undermine your credibility. Be prepared to fight for what is rightfully yours. Work alone for now. The less said, the better. LIBRA (Sept. 23– Oct. 23) — You are thirsty for knowledge. Attend informal events or seminars that will give you insight into different cultures and philosophies. The people you meet will figure prominently in your future. SCORPIO (Oct. 24– Nov. 22) — You will be asked to help with someone's financial or legal matters. You will gain confidence and contentment knowing that you are doing something nice for someone. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23– Dec. 21) — Partnerships look promising. Show what you can bring to the table and find out how far you can go, based on the total of your and your counterpart's contributions. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22– Jan. 19) — The more you do to help those in need, the more recognition and satisfaction you will receive. You have what it takes to get the work done in a timely manner. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20– Feb. 19) — Get out and have a good time with a friend or lover. Lively activities will provide a welcome diversion from everyday pressures and tension. Romance is in the stars.w

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Holli Deal Saxon THREE’S A CROWD — Bulloch County Sheriff ’s deputies met with a man who said he and his fiancee’s ex-husband had been fighting. The reason? The lovebirds allowed the ex-hubby to move in with them, and the “arrangement wasn’t working,” he said. Things around the house became “increasingly hostile” and ended in a fist fight. MAURY MATERIAL — A Golf Club Road man called deputies because he “didn’t know what else to do” when his girlfriend, highly intoxicated, admitted having had an abortion the week before. She told him the news, became upset and tried to run out of the house naked. When he told her he called the cops, she became even more upset, he said. She was allowed to sleep it off before going home.

A WILD STORY — A Reedy Branch Road man asked his neighbor to walk around outside with him as he carried a gun, looking for a man he said tried to steal his truck. Deputies arrived and saw the man was inebriated, and he told them the intruder was an “ugly lightskinned” man and he had seen “the whites if his eyes in the dark.” The man refused offers to take him for treatment. Deputies took his gun, which was actually a friend’s, for safekeeping until he was in a safer frame of mind. PRANK CALLS? — A local funeral home employee, apparently frustrated, called police late one recent evening to report the home had been swamped with “an exhorbitant amount of calls” from a person who “had no business with them.”w

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PISCES (Feb. 20– March 20) — Find a quiet corner and get your work done without entering into a stressful dispute. Your attention to detail will ensure that you complete your tasks successfully. ARIES (March 21– April 19) — Your honest, open manner and true concern for others make you a trusted confidante. Do something special for someone who has been there for you in good times and bad. TAURUS (April 20– May 20) — Consider the motives of someone who wants you to loan out or invest your hard- earned cash. A foolhardy joint financial venture will cause serious setbacks if you go into debt. GEMINI (May 21–June 20) — You'll have to work hard to get things going. Dwelling on emotional issues will lead to depression. Take a mental health day, go out for a walk or do something you enjoy. CANCER (June 21– July 22) — Don't get drawn into the rumor mill, and avoid repeating negative or uncomplimentary comments. Gossip will not help you make gains, but it will put you in an awkward position. LEO (July 23–Aug. 22) — Step into the limelight with confidence. Your suggestions will have a powerful impact on those around you, and you will be able to gain valuable support for your plans.

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CLUES ACROSS 1. Centralized mailing compartment 4. Small argument 8. Latin for “hail” 9. Semicircular headdress 10. Hole plug 12. Primp 13. A spontaneous motivation 14. Don’t know when yet 16. Portable computer screen material 17. Conform 19. Yoruba 20. Wings 21. Tar Hill State 25. Hard, durable wood 26. Pallid 27. Pabir language 29. Not crazy 30. Word element meaning ear 31. Hill (Celtic) 32. “Dangerous Liaisons” actor 39. Space between 2 points 41. Arbitrageur 42. 3rd or 4th Islamic month 43. Assistance 44. Manuscripts (abbr.) 45. In a way, soaks 46. Synovial knee syndrome 48. 2nd cervical vertebra 49. State of sudden fright 50. Snakelike fish

51. Each of 4 Hindu ages 52. Point midway between S and SE CLUES DOWN 1. Relating to New Guinea 2. Carry to excess 3. Alms solicitor 4. Title of respect 5. Spanish saffron dish 6. Betel palm genus 7. Petter ____, Nordic combined skier 9. Yearly tonnage (abbr.) 11. Clan division 14. Referee declares 15. Rampart 18. “Big” actor’s initials 19. Noah’s boat 20. Diarist __ Frank 22. Luminous celestial ring 23. Famous motor club

24. 007’s creator 27. A timely blessing 28. UTHealth (abbr.) 29. Roman Helios 31. Check 32. Making of a worn-out vicious horse 33. Wife 34. An alternative 35. Spanish unit of length 36. Wild goats 37. Municipalities 38. Bother or harass 39. Excessively sentimental 40. Middle Eastern dish 44. Waterproof raincoat 47. Former OSS

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Miscellaneous Services

Help Wanted

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Items for Sale Cemetery Lots

Bulloch Memorial Garden

2 grave sites for sale. Call for information. 912-536-6145 leave message. Firewood

COMPUTER REPAIR/VIRUS REMOVAL

This Months Special Full Tune Up! $75 Parts for less! House calls available Same day service Open 7/days week

912-618-8104

1 year old male Lab/ Border Collie Mix.

Gentile, playful, not aggressive toward people or pets. 912-536-1159 Pets

Computer Desk

Participating vets: Best Friends 912-764-7387 Statesboro Bulloch Regional 912-764-1001 Gateway 912-681-7387 More info? Humane Society 912-681-9393 www.statesborohumane.org

All Oak Firewood For Sale

delivered and stacked. Fat Lighter $5 to $10 a bundle. 912-531-0041 912-531-8526 Wanted to Buy

Cypress natural, red, black & brown colored Mulch. Selling by cubic yard. Bulk, River rock, sand, potting soil and aggregates. Deliver. 912601-7073 22204 Hwy 80 E Statesboro,30461

Futch Pinestraw

Horse Shoes

General Merchandise

8 place setting

$45.00 complete lawn care special Landscaping, Pressure Washing, Free estimates

Accepting Applications

for Forklift/Heavy Equipment Operators and Industrial Maintenance/ Electrical Maintenance Positions. Apply at W. M. Sheppard Lumber Company.

NEED HELP MOVING?

No job is too big or too small Best prices in the ‘Boro 912-541-2809*

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Looking to buy used horseshoes. Call 912-682-3909.

All Around Professionals

$2.70 delivered. $1.00 extra to spread. 912-857-3333

Jones of New York

zip up, short lime green wool jacket. size XL, Worn 1 time. new condition. $20.00 912-682-3735 or 912-823-3537.

Blue and yellow dishes, Gibson, Misc Items $50.00 takes all. $912-823-3537 Intex inflatable lounge chair w/ottoman, still new in box $20.00. Homedics foot massager Like new $25. Presto professional griller $15.00 Navman GPS for a car. Great shape. Includes car charger, updated cd’s instruction booklet, case & suction holder for windshield. $55. Graco Stroller $35. 912-682-6125

Wood King Headboard

Maple color. Triple dresser, chest of drawers, nightstand. $250.00 404-518-2350

Jobs

6 week old Great Pyrenees

Pups. Extra large loyal & protective family friend. Ideal for farm or ranch. First shots/worming. $250/each. Parents on premises. 912-531-3441.

Don’t Breed or Buy While Homeless Pets Die Think Adoption First! Spay and Neuter!

Employment Wanted

Alterations

Simply Southern Kennel

has Yorkies, tiny Chihuahua’s, Shihtzus Poodles, miniature Dachshunds, and other breeds available www.simplysouthernkennel.com

Call 912-536-2726

Services Schools and Instruction

Saturday Tutorial PRE-K-8th Grade

Adopt@countyshelter 912-764-4529, www.petfinder.com, www.statesborohumane.org

@912-681-9393 Low-cost spay/neuter, free transport: SNAC 843-645-2500 www.hhhumane.org

Need sewing or alterations? Specializing Wedding, Prom and Pageant dresses, as well as everyday wear. Call me, 912-489-0937

Carpenter Specialist

If you need any work done in Carpentry, electrical, plumbing, framing, flooring or painting. Call Leroy White. 541-1260.*

Bass-Baritone Singers

St. John’s Church, Savannah, seeks Professional Bass/Baritone leaders in the Adult choir. Salary is based on musical ability & vocal skills. Call Organist/Choir Master, Steven Branyon 912-660-8643 or 912-232-1251 for details.

I’m Looking For Cleaning Jobs

Residential, commercial & new construction. Have good references Please call 912-486-0092. Katina

Residential &

CNA Positions Available

at Browns Health and

Is your child struggling in Commercial Rehab Center, Statesboro, school? Does your child need to  Applications available Ga.  Cleaning improve his/her grades on the and for more information Need quality residential / Georgia Milestone test? 912please contact commerical cleaning? Also do 764-9282, 813-909-6067 move in /move out cleaning. Wendy Silva, DON 912-764-9631. You can place your Misc. Call today for quote. Licensed & bonded. 912-481-4290 Real Estate ad in the thetidyway@gmail.com.

Statesboro Herald on line at our website www.statesboroherald.net or by calling 912.489.9431.

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Solid wood, great condition. 2 small drawers and 1 file drawer, pull out for keyboard, and tower drawer. $200. $ 912-739-2485

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Diabetes Educator

Seeking qualified self motivated individual full time or part time to provide education sessions to at least 300 patients per year through a structured evidenced based curriculum delivered via telehealth in individual or group settings. Grant funded position. Responsible for entering appropriate patient data into a tracking system. Will assist with preparation of progress reports & other grant-specific support duties. Will involve nontraditional hours. One or more years of related work experience. Experience in designing, facilitating and assessing challenging curriculum for diverse populations. Experience with risk management, teaching & mentoring in an education environment, effective interpersonal skills to include flexibility & leadership. Effective communication (verbal & written) organizational & human relations skills. Ability to work well in a diverse environment. Must have strong computer skills with proficiencies in Microsoft Office applications. Successful completion of background investigation prior to employment. Bilingual (Spanish) helpful. Licensed (required) as one of the following: RN, dietitian, social worker, PA, physical therapist, occupational therapist, or psychologist. Excellent benefits for full time candidates including, health, life, dental & disability insurance, retirement, paid holidays, vacation & sick time. Please send resume in confidence to: HR Dept, 215 North Coleman Street, Swainsboro, GA 30401. hr@eghc.org Fax # 478 237-9138 EGHC is an equal opportunity employer and provider.

Food Safety Compliance Coordinator

Location: Uvalda, GA. 1 full-time temporary position. Employment period: 4/1/2015 to 7/31/2015. Mon - Fri, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. $19.35/ hour, OT = $29.03/hour. Transportation not provided. Duties: Implement food safety compliance procedures required by Primus. Maintain food safety records/logs for safety/security. Maintain hygiene/ sanitation records. Work with employees to control cleanliness. Ensure visitors comply w/company food safety rules. Minimum Requirements: High school/GED (foreign equivalent acceptable) plus two years’ experience with food safety compliance. Must have expertise creating/implementing/maintaining food safety compliance logs/record keeping for packing/sanitation, quality control, shipping, fresh cut. Respond by mail/email: B.G. Williams Farms, 4253 Cedar Crossing Road, Uvalda, GA 30473, chwilliams64@windstream.net.

Sales Position- Salary Plus Commission Send Resume To: Sylvania Ford, Inc. P.O. Box 1705 Sylvania, GA 30467 1-800-241-5451 Interviews By Appointment Only

RNs Full Time & PRN LPN Full Time & PRN Instructor Social Service Licensed Behavioral Health Providers Substance Abuse Counselor Houseparent’s Housemanager Instructional Aide Social Service Tech’s 1 2 & 3 Health Service Tech’s DDP (bachelors degree and at least 1 year in DD) Fully Licensed ICM Manager Social Service Coordinator for Wayne, Appling and Toombs counties Vehicle Operator

Fabricator/Welder Must be able to read, interpret and layout steel from blueprints. Operate mig, stick welder and cutting torch. Drug Free Workplace Call 912-587-5890.

Farmers Home Furniture

Communicable Disease Specialist 2 Positions Available Southeast Health District – Public Health Position location negotiable within Appling, Bulloch, Candler, Evans, Jeff Davis, Tattnall, Toombs Counties Competitive Salary - Great Benefit Package No Weekends – No Nights – Holidays Off See our website at www. sehdph.org/jobs2.htm EOE

Community Living Coach

Needed to provide direction and assistance to our residents with developmental disabilities in Glennville.  Apply online at www.altrus. us

highly motivated Outside Plant Engineering Technician involved in staking, inspection, and GPS facility mapping of Telecommunication Outside Plant facilities. Qualified candidate must have high school diploma. CAD experience & telecom experience a plus.   www.mccall-thomas. com for application. Email resume hradmin@ mcteng.com

Public Health Nurse Specialist & PH LPN Bulloch Wellness Center Statesboro, GA

THIS PAPER attempts to exercise diligence in the acceptance of all ads submitted as Help Wanted & Business Opportunities. Because of the volume of ads submitted of this type, we suggest that you investigate thoroughly any advertisements that solicit money prior to responding to the ad.*

$65,000 303 Florence Ave

bath 912-682-7468

Immediate openings

Juvenile Correctional Lieutenant Juvenile Correctional Officer 2 Juvenile Correctional Officer 1 Food Service 2 Employee For more information, please visit our website at www.djj. state.ga.us. Applicants may be subjected to finger printing, a background check, and a pre-employment drug test. Claxton RYDC is An Equal Opportunity Employer.

Homes For Sale

Large 3 bedroom, 1 bath. Is now accepting applica- 912-682-7468 tions for Full-time employment in the following areas. Full-time Sale Part-time Sales Apply in person at 2117 Northside Dr E., Statesboro, GA 30458 103 Gentilly Dr No phone calls please. $69,000 brick. 3 bedroom, 1½

Submit applications to: Human Resources P. O. Box 745 Statesboro, Ga. 30459 Fax to 912-764-3252 Or EMAIL: gcharles@pinelandcsb.org

Claxton RYDC Is looking to fill open positions

Real Estate

Competitive Salary - Great Benefit Package No Weekends – No Nights – Holidays Off See our website at www. sehdph.org/jobs2.htm EOE

417 S Main St

6 or 7 bedrooms. Like new. Residential or commercial. Excellent personal care home. Call 912-682-7468

Close to Mall/GSU

Safe area. 3 bedroom, 2 bath. 100 Jaeckel St. (Grove Lakes). Newly renovated. Energy saving roof & windows, Berber carpet, Sitting rm, dining rm, bar, storage rm. 1800/sqft. Porch, fenced yard. Beautiful small orchard. $115,000 912-481-1400 Mobile Homes For Sale

$68,000

Nice 3/bedroom 2 bath mobile home on 2 acres. Nice Shed. Rincon (Ebeneezer school area). 478-982-2816. Leave message. No owner financing.


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Land/Lots For Sale

For Rent

Cars/Trucks/Vans

3 Acre Lots

Eagle Estates Statesboro

1306 Square Feet. Brand New. $58,900 Includes: ½/ Acre Lots (Available 6,7,8,9,55}. Brick Under Pinning Septic Tank, 2 Car Cement Parking Pad, Front/ Back Porches Pick Your: Sidings Color, Wall Color, Flooring, Cabinets 912-587-9850

10 minutes from Statesboro, water/septic available. Owner financing $1000 down + closing. 912-764-9955. www.southgeorgialand.com

Bulloch County 5/ acres

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Automotive

This Apartment is for you! Statesboro

6/miles from Statesboro. Nevils, SEB school district. $29,500. Large one bedroom, full size Owner will finance. $1,000 apt. All inclusive. 223 Lanier Dr. Call now 912-681-3291 down. 6% interest. 912-682-4903

Large open studio apartment for single occupant. No lease, private entrance, immaculate. All utilities included; also, Internet Netflix, ROKU, washer/ dryer. Fully furnished. Near Statesboro High. Credit check.$625/month. 912536-4391.

1/2 mile from By-Pass 301

Large one bedroom, full size apt. All inclusive. 223 Lanier Dr. Call now 912-681-3291

3 bedroom, 2 bath. No pets. 338 South Bridgeport. North Bridge Subdivision. $985/month. Must past criminal & credit check. 912-481-8040

1/BR Starting at $325 2/BR Starting at $525 3/BR Starting at $775 912- 681-9473 Statesboro, Ga www.wisechoicerentals.georgiamls.com

Houses For Rent

August 1st. 204 Marvin Ave. 4 bedroom, 2 bath. LR, Den. 912-682-7468 In Bulloch County. 2 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home. Convenient to Millen & Statesboro. Spacious. No pets. No problem tenants. $425/month, w/ security deposit. 912-531-7770.

Lenny went wild when he found the job of his dreams in the Classifieds 912•489•9455

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This Apartment is for you! Statesboro

Wise Choice Realty

Home Built 2003 Statesboro

Easy Financing!!  

New Cars and Almost New cars. Two years of free oil changes. Stop buying junk cars every year. Call Jesse Now!!! 912-425-1381

sudoku

3 bedroom, 2 bath. No pets. Call 912-536-2435. Country Home Hopeulikit 6/bedroom, 2/bath $875/ month. Jenkins County 5 bedroom, 2½ bath. Midville Ga $675/month. RV Parking spot. $250/month. 478-494-1121

2005 PT Cruiser

98K, new tires, Cruise control, excellent condition. $5000 OBO. 912-764-9770


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