Health & Wellness

When the Routine Becomes a Crisis

Shortly after undergoing a mammogram, Covington veterinarian Dr. Rhonda Ross was met with a diagnosis no woman wants to hear. Her breast cancer survival story stands as a testament to

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Health & Wellness

From the Source to the Sink

Clean water remains a luxury with which millions across the globe are unfamiliar. The Newton County Water and Sewerage Authority is charged with safely providing the life-giving resource to unincorporated

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Grace & Truth

The Secret to Answered Prayer

The lack of a personal relationship often stands between God and people simply because they have taken neither the time nor the effort to establish a connection to Him. by

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Health & Wellness

A Transformative Triumph

Traci Mask battled an aggressive brain tumor eight years ago, unaware that it was preparing her for another major battle ahead. Now cancer-free, the perseverant eternal optimist uses her experiences

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Features

From Patients to Purses

Lifelong trauma caught up to Shannon Monique once she became a nurse, leading to a stunning diagnosis: complex PTSD. Now an advocate for mental health care and wellness, she tapped

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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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