News for Wednesday, March 16, 2011

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A love of the land: Local gardener sows seeds of hard work and devotion

Editor's Note: In recognition of National Women's History Month, throughout March the Citizen will profile local women who have impacted the community in a positive way. Though many of these women's accomplishments may be mostly unsung, they have each, in their own way, made their mark on history.

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Olde Town to celebrate St. Patrick's Day

CONYERS -- It's time to don the green stuff and celebrate all things Irish as the community marks St. Patrick's Day with a parade and its encore World's Shortest Endurance Run.

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NCSO: Man charged with exploitation

Undercover officers with the Newton County Sheriff's Office, attached to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation's Internet Crimes Against Children Unit, have arrested a Cumming man after an investigation that began in August.

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Local's art displayed in Deal's office

When Gov. Nathan Deal sits in his office every day, he can enjoy the artwork of local artist Cindy Murphy.

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New portion of road named MLK Boulevard

Construction on the second portion of the Social Circle Bypass has not yet begun, but the road now has a name.

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Registration now open for academy

High school students interested in attending the county's first college and career academy next year can register now.

Eastside to hold plant sale

The agricultural education horticulture class at Eastside High School will have its annual Spring Plant Sale this month.

Better Business Bureau Offers Advice on Finding a Tutor to Match your Child's Needs

If your child is having a hard time learning to read, needs a hand with their calculus homework or even SAT/ACT preparation, a tutor may be the answer.

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EHS team competes in literary event

The Eastside High School Literary Team traveled to Spalding High School in Griffin on Saturday to compete in the Region 4AAA Literary Competition.

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VMMS picks up Japanese earthquake

Last week's 8.9 earthquake off the coast of Honshu, Japan was recorded by the seismometer at Veterans Memorial Middle School in Covington.

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Local's art displayed in Deal's office

COVINGTON — When Gov. Nathan Deal sits in his office every day, he can enjoy the artwork of local artist Cindy Murphy.

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