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Driver’s ed grants available for students ages 15-17

The Newnan Times-Herald

Driver’s ed grants available for students ages 15-17

Georgia Driver’s Education Commission has created a grant scholarship program. Mar. 26, 6:53 AM


Education Briefs

Cowetans named to Reinhardt University’s president’s list Mar. 26, 7:06 AM

Odyssey Charter School Mathletes compete

Mathletes from Odyssey Charter School competed in the Annual Mathematics Tournament. Mar. 26, 7:07 AM



Alumna trades in lab coat for leadership role in UMC

Alumna trades in lab coat for leadership role in UMC

Bishop Sharma Lewis left the lab behind and turned to her faith to find her future. Mar. 15, 8:44 PM

Dynamic duo takes the stage

Dynamic duo takes the stage

Seniors Jeremiah Davison and Wendy White have cultivated a friendship that few people experience. Mar. 15, 8:43 PM

UWG debate goes national

The University of West Georgia debate team has found themselves in an excellent position. Mar. 15, 8:38 PM

Young scientists have chance to shine

Young scientists have chance to shine

Some of the region’s sharpest young minds recently converged on the University of West Georgia. Mar. 15, 8:45 PM

Student project grows wheels

Student project grows wheels

The bike share project is a partnership between the City of Carrollton, UWG, Southwire LLC and Tanner Health System. Mar. 15, 8:31 PM

Local education briefs

Local education briefs

Items for consideration as education briefs should be emailed to education@newnan.com Mar. 12, 9:40 AM

Northgate students get up close and personal with Huey

Northgate students get up close and personal with Huey

Commonly known as “Hueys,” the helicopters were used to drop and pick up troops in the Vietnam War. Mar. 19, 12:30 AM

Lee Middle wins regional MATHCOUNTS competition

Lee Middle wins regional MATHCOUNTS competition

Lee Middle School earned its fourth consecutive first place finish at the regional MATHCOUNTS competition Mar. 12, 9:25 AM


More Education

Arbor Springs students compete in technology fair

​Arbor Springs Elementary School sent 16 students to the West Georgia Technology Fair recently. Mar. 02, 8:33 PM

Education Briefs

The 19th annual Certified Literate is Coweta’s Key (CLICK) Trivia Bee will be Tuesday, March 28 Mar. 02, 8:34 PM

Winners named in Voice of Democracy Contest

Winners were recently chosen in the Newnan VFW Post 2667 Voice of Democracy Contest. Mar. 06, 1:49 PM

Pro baseball player visits Elm Street

Students at Elm Street Elementary School recently met professional baseball player Will Smith. Feb. 25, 8:10 PM

Grantville Kiwanians present GED scholarship

Jamie Crowley Ford, a wife and mother, received a scholarship for GED testing. Feb. 25, 7:42 PM

Black History Month

Music, poetry highlight Ruth Hill celebration

Students led the celebration with music, poetry and skits. Feb. 26, 1:28 AM

Eastside third-graders study human impact on environment

Students were challenged to change the effects of their carbon footprints. Feb. 25, 8:50 PM

Education Briefs

UWG to host lecture on DNA and criminality Feb. 16. Feb. 12, 2:09 AM

The West Press

UWG breaks ground on Biology renovation

The University of West Georgia broke ground Jan. 27. Mar. 07, 2:50 PM

The West Press

Juried Student Art Show

​Visitors to the Bobick Gallery take a look at the student artwork on display. Mar. 07, 2:35 PM



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Procession for Lt. Paramedic Michael Scott Norton

Procession for Lt. Paramedic Michael Scott Norton

Funeral procession for fallen firefighter Michael Scott Norton.

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Rockaway Rumble Strips

Rockaway Rumble Strips

Residents are asking the Coweta Commissioners to remove newly-installed rumble strips on Rockaway Road because of the noise they create.

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2017 Citizen of the Year

2017 Citizen of the Year

Pastor Tamarkus Cook, senior pastor of Saint Smyrna Baptist Church is named 2017 Coweta Citizen of the Year

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