News for Monday, April 4, 2011

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A spring break

The Webb family takes at least a portion of their spring break on the banks of Turner Lake and couldn't be more hopeful of landing a whopper.

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Local exhibit highlights dam's history

An exhibit detailing the history of Lloyd Shoals Dam that formed Jackson Lake is on display at the Newton County Administration Building.

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Covington woman arrested by troopers in Tennessee

The Tennessee Highway Patrol has issued a statement regarding the arrest of a Covington woman who was found with two huge bales of marijuana during a vehicle stop on I-40 near Nashville.

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3 finalists named for fire chief

The city of Covington has three finalists in the search for a new fire chief.

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Police arrest 4 from Covington in Monroe shooting

Four Covington residents have been arrested in connection with a shooting spree that injured one and damaged property in Monroe on Wednesday night, according to the Monroe Police Department.

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NCSS to learn more budget details

Officials in the Newton County School System are expecting to know more later this month about its budget woes.

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Legendary art from a legendary artist

Owner Carol Veliotis of Van Go's Studio on Floyd Street hosted a very special party recently, celebrating artist Vincent Van Gogh's 158th birthday on March 30. Although the famous Dutch painter has long since departed this world, he had a representative at the event. Georgia Perimeter College student and artist Joe Madsen filled in for him. - Special photos by Terry Godfrey

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Local exhibit highlights dam's history

COVINGTON — An exhibit detailing the history of Lloyd Shoals Dam that formed Jackson Lake is on display at the Newton County Administration Building.

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