News for Saturday, December 1, 2012


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Darrell Huckaby: Let the sounds of Christmas fill the air

Why do we have to wait for the season of advent to sing joyous songs about the birth of Christ?

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Bill O'Reilly: Technology warps teen dynamic

Back in the 1950s, "Little Joe Cartwright" starred in a movie called "I Was a Teenage Werewolf."

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Rob Jenkins: An exclusive interview with the author

You might not be surprised to learn that I have been given unprecedented access to the author of the hit new book, "Family Man: The Art of Surviving Domestic Tranquility."

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Portrait of retiring Judge Nation unveiled

Retiring Judge Sidney Nation was presented with a portrait to hang in the Rockdale County Courthouse.

911 Center first in state to get CALEA honor

The Covington-Newton County 911 Center is the first to be reaccredited under CALEA's new, more stringent standards.

Oxford College to present holiday concert

The Oxford College Chorale will present its holiday concert this week.

Former prison inmate, DUI crash victim to speak at GPTC

A former prison inmate convicted of DUI and a DUI-crash victim will speak at Georgia Piedmont Technical College this week.

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Covington hometown parade

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Newton school board approves call for SPLOST election

The Newton County Board of Education approved a call for an education SPLOST.

Alcovy girls, Eastside boys score 62 points in county rival split

After a slow start, the Alcovy girls and the Eastside boys turned their games around to get a blow-out wins over their rivals on Friday.