Living

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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Living

A ‘Quirky’ Trip Down Memory Lane

Angie Johnson turned her childhood passion for metal lunchboxes into a museum-worthy collection that now features more than 200 items. by Patty Rasmussen A line in Shakespeare’s Hamlet reads, “To

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What's Cooking

Sweet Potato Soufflé

With Marshmallow Fluff, Toasted Marshmallows & Caramel Ingredients ½ cup softened butter 1 cup sugar 2 eggs 1¼ cup AP flour ½ tsp baking soda ½ tsp baking powder 1

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What's Cooking

Chiles Rellenos

A passion for cooking was handed down to me through the generations, from my grandparents to my mother and father, then from my parents to me. To share it with

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Living

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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Living

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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Arts, Education & Innovation

Creative Juices

Shant’e and Kevin Ragin have brought their love for theater and time-honored cuisine to Porterdale, bolstering Newton County’s entertainment options in the process. by Michelle Floyd Shant’e Ragin could not

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Arts, Education & Innovation

Open Minds, Open Lines

As we all adjust to a post-2020 reality, parents must engage teachers and mentors in order to maximize and enhance what their children are learning in the classroom. by Taticasejuana

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