Category: <span>Features</span>

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Tan Your Hide

Tan Your Hide

Each year a surprisingly large number of American alligators invade the Southern Crescent. From the swamps of Louisiana and Florida, these ancient predators crawl from their watery home and travel through our fair community on their way to destinations around the world, like trekkers who endure a lay-over while venturing to an international appointment.  ...

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Personal Education

Personal Education

When a person decides their career lies in the field of education, there is really only one intention driving that decision for their life. Their focal point revolves around helping children.  It does not matter if the help is academic, social, or about life in general. In the end, all three aims will be realized...

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Creativity Canned

Creativity Canned

One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.  The oft-repeated idiom aptly applies to a group of talented students and their teacher at Henry County Middle School. In Melissa Wood’s art class, nothing goes to waste.  Some of the most interesting pieces are composed of items once discarded as something to be picked up on the...

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Triple A

Triple A

Academic. Athlete. Actor. Sterling Blackburn is quiet, observant and impeccably mannered on the outside, and the quintessential high school achiever on the inside. “I just want to be the best that I can be with what God has given me,” is how this 16 year old student at Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy (ELCA) describes his...

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