Crazy About Cornhole

As the popular lawn game spreads its tentacles far and wide, it draws in players of various ages, backgrounds and skill levels through its raw simplicity and the family-friendly competition

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Tamara Wright

The nearly 2,500 miles that separate East Palo Alto, California, from Newton County were not enough to deter Tamara Wright from packing up her belongings, setting out for a better

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An Enduring Season

Summer holds a special place in almost everyone’s heart, from unforgettable family vacations and momentous senior trips to blockbuster movie premieres, backyard cookouts and relaxing days on the water, perhaps

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Axe On, Axe Off

No longer exclusive to lumberjack competitions and mountain fairs, the axe throwing craze touched down in Covington with the opening of Axe Town—a unique venue that offers patrons another welcomed

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Kings of Their Court

The Social Circle High School boys’ basketball team took friends, classmates, teachers and an entire community on an adventure of a lifetime during a breathtaking five-month campaign that saw the

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World Traveler

Nothing—not even a life-altering battle with Crohn’s disease—could stop Erron Maxey from pursuing his dream of playing professional basketball. The 40-year-old has now suited up in 15 different countries. by

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Bathed in Red and Black

Sanford Stadium, a 93,000-seat shrine to college football in the south, rests at the epicenter of University of Georgia fandom. Though the man whose name it bears was born in

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