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Archive By Author - Jan Phillips


Late singer helped forge the ‘old Nashville sound’

The music bug bit Leon "Scrub'' Walton early.

November 02, 2013 | Jan Phillips | LOCAL


Mammograms vital for women over 40

Since October became Breast Cancer Awareness Month almost 30 years ago, pink has most certainly found its way into the spectrum of colors - the oranges, golds and browns - associated with autumn.

October 05, 2013 | Jan Phillips | Health


Major reaches out to 'Sisters in Arms'

Arny Maj. Veleka Henderson is 18 years and 7,445 miles - as the crow flies - from her years at Newton High School.

September 24, 2013 | Jan Phillips | LOCAL


Covington man finds historic photos

To all but the most ardent of history buffs, the date Aug. 25 probably does not ring any bells. It's just another late-summer scorcher, or perhaps a reminder that Christmas is only four months away.

August 24, 2013 | Jan Phillips | LOCAL


Lysiak gets cookin' on 'MasterChef'

When she was growing up in Social Circle, it was only natural that Jessie Lysiak gravitated to the kitchen. After all, that was where the action was.

May 25, 2013 | Jan Phillips | LOCAL


Mothers make for good shopping buddies

Attention, Newton County mothers and your adult daughters: When you're out and about shopping, picking out spring plants for your garden, or maybe enjoying lunch and a little family gossip, do not be alarmed if you notice me lurking about. I have neither sinister nor larcenous intent.

May 11, 2013 | Jan Phillips | OPINION


Covington: A city with a smile

As we all know, online maps can be deceiving.

April 27, 2013 | Jan Phillips | Columnists


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