Mr. Jim Nusser, 67 of Conyers died March 28, 2009 at his home. Mr. Nusser was born July 25, 1941 in Findlay, Ohio to the late Harley Ray and Florence Sheridan Nusser. Mr. Nusser enjoyed drag racing, fishing and wood working, he also loved to argue about politics and won every argument. His daughter, Tassie Sirmans and a brother, Keith W. Nusser, preceded Mr. Nusser in death. His wife Judith Nusser and four children; Alise Nusser, Covington Carrie and Jim Stalvey, Covington Aaron and Chezy Nusser, Conyers Jonathan S. Nusser survive him. He is also survived by his three sisters ...
George T. (Tommy) "Toot" Barnes, born September 25, 1939, died March 28, 2009. He was a brick and block mason by trade for most of his life, but also was a police officer in Porterdale, and served briefly as a security guard. Music consumed the better part of his life, it was his legacy. He will be sadly missed by family and friends alike, but we have the comfort that he is at peace now. He has fought the good fight, and won the victory that is in our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. He was preceded in death by ...
For the past two years I was part of a group assigned the task of studying magnet and theme schools for the Newton County School System. This past fall, the Newton County Board of Education approved the creation of a parental involvement theme elementary and middle school. However, I now realize that the committee appointed to study theme schools was not finished with its mission and purpose and that there is still work to be done. The committee failed to adequately communicate the process and the vision of the proposed schools to the community at large.
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Ellen Pressley, 68, of Covington, died March 27. She was born in Fulton County, Ga. on August 21, 1940 to the late Neal and Carolyn Evelyn Duckett McKenney. Mrs. Pressley was preceded in death by her husband Mr. Glenn Pressley and is survived by her sons and daughters-in-law: Neal and Jean Pressley of Conyers, Greg and Connie Pressley of Covington; grandchildren: Chris Pressley, Melissa Parker, Casey Pressley, Scott Pressley; great grandchildren: Annalie Parker, Ashton Baker.
The winners are: Local River of Words Poetry and Art Contest winners were recognized at the Newton County Board of Commissioners meeting on March 17. Sponsored by Keep Covington/Newton Beautiful and judged and funded by the Covington Service Guild, students were invited to create art and write poetry about water. First place winners received $100 savings bonds, second place winners received $75 savings bonds and third place winners received $50 savings bonds. Winners were entered in the national and state River of Words contests.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources has proposed raising parking fees at state parks. State park visitors currently pay $3 per vehicle and can buy an annual park pass for $30. If approved by the DNR board, the daily parking fee will increase to $5 and the annual pass will increase to $50, effective May 20. New military and group discounts would be introduced as well.
Etheleen Maloy Dodson, 81, of Covington, died March 26 at Riverside Health Care Center. The daughter of the late Luby Jackson Maloy and Lena Ricks Maloy, she was a member of Voice of Pentecost. Mrs. Dodson loved her church and loved being around children. She will be dearly remembered as a devoted and loving wife, mother, sister and aunt. Mrs. Dodson is preceded in death by her husband James Harold Dodson and her son Steven Dodson.