Features

A Way With Words

Bryson Jamal Stevens’ vivid imagination, talent for writing and love for sports allowed him to become a self-published author at the age of 9. His debut book follows the exploits

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Arts, Education & Innovation

Training To Protect and To Serve

The nationally accredited Georgia Piedmont Technical College Law Enforcement Academy features a 17-week course designed to turn out better-prepared police officers. Roughly 500 students have come through the program since

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Did You Know

4 Important Tips

Properly Prepare Your Turf for the Spring by Meredith Tredeau Do Not Aerate Until After the Last FrostThere are several benefits to aerating warm-season Georgia grasses such as bermuda, zoysia

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What's Cooking

Creamy Tomato Basil Soup

by Allen Burris Many of us eat tomatoes regularly, but do we know the journey that this simple food took to reach our plates? It was first cultivated in South

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Business Spotlight

Not Just a Haircut

A modern barbershop that caters to men, Gent’s Grooming Lounge in Porterdale has allowed Michael Maurice to breathe life into his unique vision. by Michelle Floyd Those missing that special

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Sports & Recreation

Family Tradition

Kyla Stroud’s father played football for the legendary Pat Dye at Auburn University in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Now, more than two decades later, she plans to follow

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Living

Starting Over

Life was forever changed when Beth and Jimmy Rogers decided to become foster parents. Spurred by faith, they now work to help other families discover the blessings associated with fostering

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Features

Salt of the Earth

As a sixth-generation farmer, Fred Greer set out long ago to leave the land better than he found it. His life and career may have taken many unexpected twists and

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On the Cover

Remembering Cheryl Lyn Delk

Cheryl Delk, longtime special projects coordinator for Newton County, passed away in November 2021. Chimney Park, where the cover photograph was taken, exists today thanks to Cheryl.  by Scott Fuss

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