News for Thursday, November 20, 2008


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Wildlife center offers home-school programs

COVINGTON - Area home-schooled students looking for a little more outdoor adventure now have that opportunity.

Over and out Officials unveil public safety radio network

COVINGTON - Public safety and elected officials gathered at the Covington-Newton County 911 Center on Wednesday afternoon to celebrate a new public safety radio network.

MEAG credit will help pay debt service

COVINGTON - A nearly $2 million credit that will be distributed to the city of Covington by the Municipal Electric Authority of Georgia will be used to pay debt service on existing and future power plants.

Newton County Juvenile Court judge: Roberts named to bench

COVINGTON - Covington native Sheri Capes Roberts has been named judge for the Newton County Juvenile Court commencing Jan. 1 for a term of four years. Making the appointment were the judges of the Alcovy Judicial Circuit.

Community Calendar - 11/20/2008


Seniors lead Heritage to banner season

CONYERS - It will be difficult for the Heritage softball squad to equal or exceed what it did this season come next year.

Eagles display pride on helmets Players awarded stickers for numerous accomplishments

COVINGTON - For years, stickers have been used in schools to show the brightest and the best. Being a member of Eastside's football team is no different.

Rockdale drops pair to Lithonia

CONYERS - On Tuesday, visiting Lithonia handed Rockdale its first loss of the season on opening night in both boys and girls play.

A storm is brewing Hurricanes bring ranking, division lead to Atlanta

ATLANTA - Look who's back in the rankings and trying to nail down a championship.

Government Meetings - 11/20/2008


Seminoles start off with wins Boys, girls both victorious Tuesday against Mount Zion

CONYERS - Salem's basketball teams put on a display of teamwork as they swept Mount Zion to start the season Tuesday.

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