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Model attended 20 audition castings a day to build career

Covington teen models on runways in Paris, New York

In a matter of weeks, Sydney Wright enjoyed a trio of memorable experiences — she wore the latest fashions while walking the runway in both Paris and New York City and she made it back home in time to take in an Eastside High School baseball game.

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Musical 'Suessical Jr.' features 75 children from Newton, Rockdale counties

Cast of ‘Suessical Jr.’ gears up for weekend performance in Newton

Suessical Jr. set to be performed in Newton County.

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Free 'Words and Music' concert set for March 1 at First Presbyterian Covington

Pianist to perform compositions by late husband

Pianist Susan Braggiotti and other pianists and soloists to present program at First Presbyterian Church Covington.

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Arts Association in Newton County presents a show by Georgia 4-H Clovers & Company

Georgia 4-H Clovers & Company to perform show in Newton

Georgia 4-H Clovers & Company will perform in Newton.

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Street settings, architecture, nature inspire Rockdale photographer whose body of work includes images from around the world

Street settings, architecture, nature inspire Rockdale photographer

Rockdale photographer travels the globe searching for subject matter.

Start the new year off with a First Day Hike

Local state parks offer First Day Hikes.

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Van Ness: Public safety tops concerns for voters

Post 2 County Commissioner JaNice Van Ness is seeking reelection in Tuesday’s General Election.

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Doreen Williams: Economic development, jobs are top concerns in Rockdale County

Doreen Williams, a retired educator and former small-business owner, has utilized the stump slogan “Your Calm Voice of Reason” in her campaign for the Post 2 seat on the Rockdale County Board of Commissioners, and she feels her capability for strategic planning and consensus building would be of benefit to the community.

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Rockdale native Wayne Ingle learned more than football in his days at UGA with Coach Vince Dooley

Rockdale native learned more than football in his days with Coach Dooley

One former player who will be on hand for the celebration of Coach Vince Dooley’s 1964 season is Rockdale County native Wayne Ingle, who contributed to the team’s fortunes as a tight end and has given even more of himself since his playing days ended.

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