Arts, Education & Innovation

Art Speaks: Using Mud

Using mud to create vessels is one of the oldest forms of art making. In the beginning, the items were strictly utilitarian. Through experimenting with fire, man learned to harden

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Arts, Education & Innovation

Passing the Baton

D. Alan Fowler’s drive for excellence in music turned the Eastside High School band program into the envy of countless others. Having turned over the reins to one of his

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Sports & Recreation

The Competitor and the Advocate

Jake Branan was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at birth. It has not stopped the Eastside High School graduate from pursuing his dreams and living his life to the fullest. by

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Sports & Recreation

From Hoops to Hooves

Erin Flynn Mobley once roamed the courts and filled the box scores as a basketball star at Newton High School, but once she completed a successful collegiate career on the

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Health & Wellness

An Alliance of Hope

The Newton-Rockdale Suicide Prevention Coalition addresses a hypersensitive subject with committed teamwork, cross-community networking and honest messaging. Those behind its efforts strive for a future untouched by self-inflicted death. by

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Health & Wellness

Incidental Medicine

Dr. Lynette Jattan-Cunningham did not always plan to be a physician. However, a strong lifetime of faith put her on a path to becoming one of the most beloved pediatricians

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Features

Enduring Justice

Horace Johnson was the first black attorney to practice in Newton County and the first black judge appointed to the Superior Court in the Alcovy Judicial Circuit. Two years after

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