News for Tuesday, September 7, 2010

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High-quality H20: Cornish Creek upgrade raises treatment capacity

COVINGTON -- The next time you drink a crystal clear glass of Newton County water, remember there are many folks at Cornish Creek Water Treatment Facility making sure that happens for you.

CPD looks into fights after game

COVINGTON -- The Covington Police Department is looking into a series of attacks on students that occurred after Friday night's football game at Homer Sharp Stadium.

Weekend wreck kills Oxford man

COVINGTON -- A 20-year-old Oxford man was killed in a traffic crash in Walton County on Sunday morning, according to the Georgia State Patrol.

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GWA yearbook wins international award

MONROE -- George Walton Academy's yearbook staff is now an internationally award-winning group.Its 2010 yearbook, titled Resume with the theme Forte, is among three Herff Jones-printed yearbooks that will be recognized by the Printing Industries of America at an Oct. 3 ceremony honoring winners of the 2010 Premier Print Awards. The graphic arts industry's largest and most prestigious international printing competition, the Premier Print Awards recognizes those responsible for the creation and production of outstanding print communications.

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