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Twice a week, the editorial staff of The Covington News meets to discuss the week's stories and the upcoming print edition of the newspaper. Topics such as content and artwork are discussed.
The first week of the new year is under our belts.
Another year has come, and many of us are saying, 'Where did 2016 go?' While others are telling the year that was, 'Good riddance.'
Christmas is a time of celebrating and gathering.
Our community seems to shine brightest at Christmas.
For those who even just pay casual attention to their local government, this week brought some big news to Newton County.
A week ago, the country struggled as divisiveness spread across America. Videos on television news networks showed angry groups protesting against what they felt was a political injustice.
Tuesday's election of Donald Trump as the President of the United States gripped the nation.
This isn't the first time controversial candidates have run for president of the United States. This isn't the first time Newton County residents wanted changes made to their board of commissioners.
This is the time of year that can be awe-inspiring. It can also be scary…scary as in a werewolf chasing you through a cemetery with a chainsaw. And we're not just talking about the 2016 election.
Five mayors and several county managers gathered around a table Tuesday and asked for one item.
This may be the toughest year yet for the voter.
Former Newton County Fire Services Chief Kevin O'Brien served the residents of this county for eight years. He led the county's fire department and steered Newton residents to safety.
Today we get the privilege of celebrating our Hometown Hero.
Car tags for use of the county's trash collection convenience centers began being purchased by Newton County residents recently.
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