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Davis, Shaner recognized by Georgia Special Olympics

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Davis, Shaner recognized by Georgia Special Olympics

Two members of Coweta County’s Special Olympics organization were recognized by the Georgia Special Olympics recently. Nov. 25, 1:51 PM


NHS Jobs for Georgia Graduates initiates members

NHS Jobs for Georgia Graduates initiates members

​Jobs for Georgia Graduates at Newnan High School held an installation and initiation ceremony. Nov. 12, 9:20 PM

UWG Newnan, chamber host ‘spirited’ event

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UWG Newnan, chamber host ‘spirited’ event

Are those things that go bump in the night real? Nov. 12, 9:39 PM



Scholarship honors former football player

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Scholarship honors former football player

Moses M. Spence played football for West Georgia College in 1951. Nov. 12, 9:43 PM

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Prof touts value of Juno mission

Not much is known about the universe. How were the planets created? Nov. 12, 9:45 PM

Coweta schools raise $16,000 for childhood literacy effort

Coweta County schools raised more than $16,000 to support the Ferst Foundation for Childhood Literacy with their 2016 coin drives. Nov. 06, 12:42 AM

Thomas Crossroads students participate in STEM lab

Thomas Crossroads students participate in STEM lab

Thomas Crossroads Elementary introduced its STEM lab to students in grades 3-5 this year. Nov. 06, 7:01 AM

No Child Left Behind morphs into Every Student Succeeds

No Child Left Behind morphs into Every Student Succeeds

The latest iteration of the law is taking the federal role in education in a new direction. Oct. 23, 4:07 AM

Northgate students attend fall leadership rally

Northgate students attend fall leadership rally

More than 4,700 students and advisers from schools across Georgia participated. Oct. 17, 9:30 AM

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UWG readies for homecoming

This year’s theme is “There’s No Place Like UWG.” Oct. 17, 1:31 PM

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Coweta sheriff offers advice to students

“Ethics is not just a huge part in law enforcement, it’s about life,” Sheriff Mike Yeager said. Oct. 17, 1:33 PM


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UWG Newnan lecture series expands offerings

The University of West Georgia Newnan began its second round of English language lectures last week. Oct. 17, 1:36 PM

Newnan Crossing ‘Goes Gold’ for pediatric cancer

Newnan Crossing Elementary School helped raise awareness for pediatric cancer. Oct. 08, 9:05 PM

Glanton students present STEM project to school board

The students’ next project is to design an artificial limb. Oct. 09, 1:51 AM

Teacher group hears talk on Opportunity Schools proposal

Mu Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma got an overview of what implementation of the Opportunity School District would mean. Oct. 01, 4:19 PM

Coweta Charter holds ‘Kiss the Pig,’ other fundraisers

Coweta Charter Academy at Senoia held a series of fundraisers recently. Oct. 01, 4:22 PM

Scavenger hunt supports literacy

Students submit selfies with a “Bookemon” character at various campus locations. Sep. 25, 7:32 AM

Coweta high schools offer preview of marching band shows

The annual exhibition offers a first look at bands’ competitive shows. Sep. 15, 9:02 PM

Education Briefs

Allison Deloach of Sharpsburg has joined Kappa Delta sorority at Troy University Sep. 15, 9:03 PM

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Business major’s art exhibited in Atlanta

From Nigeria to UWG, a photographer was born. Sep. 17, 11:57 PM

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Chick-fil-A reps share values with UWG students

Representatives from Chick-fil-A recently came to the University of West Georgia. Sep. 16, 12:26 PM


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An inside look at Coweta 911

An inside look at Coweta 911

The first person to respond to an emergency is the 911 operator. While they're the voice of calm in hectic situations, they must juggle critical tasks within seconds, often while battling fatigue amid increased workloads.

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Grantville Fire Rescue

Grantville Fire Rescue

Members of the Coweta County Sheriff's Office and Fire Department rescue a disabled Grantville resident from a burning home.

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Abandoned grease trap

Abandoned grease trap

A Senoia family had a terrifying experience after two children fell into a restaurant grease trap. “We were about 10 to 20 feet from where the air pump is,” Kristen said. “If I could go back in time I would never let them get out and walk around.”

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