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East Coweta’s step team wins nationals

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East Coweta’s step team wins nationals

East Coweta High School’s step team won both a state and national championship in the same year. May. 26, 4:58 PM


Education Briefs

Celebrating academic achievement and educational happenings. May. 26, 5:10 PM

Heritage School classmates graduate from Yale together

Heritage School classmates graduate from Yale together

The two were classmates at The Heritage School in Newnan. May. 26, 5:07 PM



Local team wins underwater robotics competition

Local team wins underwater robotics competition

A group of Newnan teens is in the midst of national competition at Georgia Tech. May. 26, 4:59 PM

Meteorologist visits Eastside Elementary

Forecasting Success

Meteorologist visits Eastside Elementary

By relating meteorology to physical education, Tim Manley hopes to pique his students’ interest in science. May. 19, 10:41 PM

White Oak, Elm Street named Reward Schools

White Oak, Elm Street named Reward Schools

Each school received a flag from the Georgia Department of Education to mark the honor. May. 17, 5:09 AM

Newnan High School announces scholarship winners

Scholarship winners from Newnan High School recently were recognized. May. 14, 10:49 PM

Education Briefs

Welch Elementary School will receive a more than $60,000 playground makeover. May. 14, 10:47 PM

‘Mozart Meets Monet’ in Jefferson Parkway's garden

‘Mozart Meets Monet’ in Jefferson Parkway's garden

Jefferson Parkway recently combined art and music with a “Mozart Meets Monet” cross-curricular lesson. May. 17, 10:23 PM

Coweta middle, high schools choose Teachers of the Year

Middle and high schools in the Coweta County School System recently announced their Teachers of the Year. May. 07, 6:53 AM

High-schoolers attend leadership retreat

High-schoolers attend leadership retreat

Those selected to participate in the retreat contributed to volunteering more than 3,000 hours of service. May. 07, 6:40 AM


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Cowetans top graduates of Konos Academy

​Nick Macaluso of Senoia is valedictorian and Carsyn Buchanan of Sharpsburg is salutatorian. May. 07, 6:39 AM

Student-Vet Connect benefit 5K set for May 20

Money raised helps local vets in need. May. 14, 10:46 PM

Barber named Coweta’s 2017 Teacher of the Year

Susan Barber kept her acceptance speech short for a good reason. May. 07, 6:37 AM

UWG-Newnan's Family Fun Day signals community ties

The University of West Georgia at Newnan hopes its Family Fun Day helps strengthen ties to the community. May. 04, 9:46 AM

Cagle points to Coweta's CEC in governor campaign

ATLANTA (AP) — Casey Cagle uses Coweta County apprenticeship program as a key plank in his campaign for governor. May. 01, 1:02 PM

Senoia Optimist Club holds oratorical contest

​The Senoia Optimist Club hosted 12 contestants in its oratorical contest. May. 04, 10:08 AM

Konos students ‘Walk to Water’ for South Sudan

Students are raising money for Water for South Sudan. Apr. 30, 7:06 AM

Coweta elementary schools choose Teachers of the Year

Coweta elementary schools have announced their Teachers of the Year Apr. 30, 7:01 AM

Education Briefs

Peter Jacob Landry Callis completed 13 weeks of U.S. Marine Corps basic training. Apr. 30, 7:00 AM

UWG-Newnan’s Family Fun Day is Saturday

UWG-Newnan will hold its Family Fun Day Saturday from 12-3 p.m. Apr. 30, 7:10 AM



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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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