Raising Hope

Brice and Allison Hope have opened their home and hearts to more than 40 children through fostering and adoption. by Patty Rasmussen Hope: a simple four-letter word carrying so much

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Simple Life

Homesteaders John and Laurie Hines have freed themselves from some of the cares and concerns associated with a plug-and-play world that seems to grow more chaotic by the day, choosing

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Planting Seeds

Visitors to The Square on Mondays around lunchtime will notice a white and purple tent advertising ‘Free Prayer.’ Awaken His Church, the brainchild of Holly Hayes and Tarita Kuhns, started

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Always a Coach on the Field

Jay Cawthon quarterbacked Newton High School to the state quarterfinals and continued his playing career at the University of West Georgia before exchanging his helmet for a headset. After nearly

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A City Reborn

Porterdale not long ago appeared to be a community on the brink, but the tireless efforts of those who cherish the old mill town most have brought it back to

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Forged in the Fire

Jobe Addison Allgood owned and operated the last-known blacksmith shop in Covington until his death in 1967. The memories that were made there remain ingrained in those who knew him

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