Flashback

A Monarch Worth Protecting

by David Roten Fragile, beautiful and fleeting, butterflies speak to us of our own existence. Lighter than air, they appear for a moment and then are gone, we know not

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Arts, Education & Innovation

Brushstrokes of Genius

Tamara Haase once doubted whether or not she could make a living as an artist. Jaw-dropping murals she painted in Mansfield and at the Covington Visitors Center now draw rave

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Business Spotlight

Flavor Rush

Town Square Olive Oil provides a change of pace for downtown Covington, affording shoppers the opportunity to spice up their at-home menus with a wide variety of ingredients. by Michelle Floyd

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Features

Fight of His Life

Anderson Krieger was in fourth grade when he was diagnosed with leukemia. After enduring two remissions and an innovative new immunotherapy treatment, he now pursues his studies as a thriving

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Sports & Recreation

If You Build Them, They Will Come

Mountain biking enthusiasts Jim Behning and Matt Harris have begun smoothing and shaping existing trails at Turner Lake Park in an effort to provide a place to ride for those

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Arts, Education & Innovation

Sharing a Love of Learning

The STEM Bus Extension Project at the Newton College and Career Academy takes STEM education and projects to students who may not have access to them in their normal school

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Did You Know

How To Save Money by Saving Water

Conserve water this spring with these outdoor water-saving tips. by Meredith Tredeau Tip #1Use a broom. Instead of a hose, use a broom to clean patios, sidewalks and driveways. Tip

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Arts, Education & Innovation

Growing Knowledge

The Oxford Organic Farm supplies fresh food to the Oxford College dining hall and surrounding areas while providing students with practical lessons on growing and harvesting vegetables. by Michelle Floyd

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Living

The Cream Rises to the Top

The Rock House Creamery in Newborn turns out a variety of milks and cheeses, and it stands as a throwback to mom-and-pop operations of yesteryear.  by Nat Harwell Seeing an

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