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Getting up at 5 a.m. on a recent Saturday was no problem for 11-year-old Caroline Davis, who was headed to the deer stand with her dad.
Freddie Hixson was recently crowned Ms. Senior Newton County during the 2010 Ms. Senior Newton County Pageant.
The Oxford City Council is hoping to keep the name Palmer Stone in the community of its origin.
The Covington City Council approved the first reading of several ordinances at its Monday night meeting, including one that regulates the buying and selling of gems and precious metals.
City employees in Porterdale will have Thursday off as a paid holiday following a vote by the City Council on Monday night.
The Newton County Sheriff's Office has received a more than $300,000 grant to hire two additional deputies, Sheriff Ezell Brown announced this week.
If it seems like it's too dark when you wake up in the morning, daylight will come earlier next week. This Sunday at 2 a.m. will signal the end of daylight saving time and residents are reminded to move their clocks back one hour, thus returning to Eastern Standard Time.
OXFORD -- The Oxford City Council is hoping to keep the name Palmer Stone in the community of its origin. The council members have developed a resolution asking the Newton County Board of Education to allow the name Palmer Stone to remain associated with the location of the elementary school in Oxford. The school board plans to discuss at its 7 p.m. work session Tuesday moving the name "Palmer Stone Elementary School" to the new elementary school being built on Airport Road near Ga. Highway 142. See Saturday's Newton Citizen for a complete article.