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Ring bells on Sunday to celebrate America – and peace

After all the hyper-political messages of the past few weeks, we need a time to focus on our great country and those values that bring us together. Nov. 07, 6:56 AM

Newnan City Council chooses quality, not quantity

Even with a shortage of housing opportunities, we’re grateful that our city council isn’t in a hurry to approve any development that comes across their desk. Oct. 03, 6:59 AM

Sometimes facts don’t matter

Backfire Effect shows people may ignore truth Sep. 19, 12:53 PM

Help us celebrate our birthday!

153 years serving Coweta Sep. 13, 10:01 PM

What time should Newnan close?

The idea is to keep it simple – events beget more events. Sep. 13, 7:13 AM


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Letters To The Editor

November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month

Pancreatic cancer is the third leading cause of cancer-related deaths and is projected to be the second leading cause by 2020. Nov. 14, 6:43 PM

An open letter to Linda Menk

I hope your constituents remember your obstruction the next time you face an election. Nov. 14, 6:44 PM

Wartime memories circle back

I served as a Radioman on a destroyer near the beginning of the Vietnam War. Nov. 08, 10:06 PM

Justice Hines was giant in legal profession

On Sunday, Georgia lost one of its greatest public servants. Nov. 08, 10:08 PM

Coweta Citizen Academy worthwhile effort

Our county and cities need to continue to work together closely with the business community to leverage our advantages. Nov. 07, 5:37 PM

Honoring Supreme Court Chief Justice P. Harris Hines

Harris Hines was a giant of the legal profession, a role model for lawyers and judges and a friend and mentor that I will miss. Nov. 06, 6:39 AM

Small government, conservative Republicans a dying breed

Focus on behavior, not labels Oct. 25, 12:49 AM

Furnishing the mind

Which world do you want to save? Oct. 25, 12:50 AM

Republican senators need help with math

Trillions poured into military budget Oct. 25, 12:52 AM

National rhetoric is creeping into Georgia races

National rhetoric is creeping into Georgia races

We now see the same political unrest and party polarization which has infected Congress, slowly filter into our own state house. Oct. 19, 7:11 AM


Columns
Hide and seek

Hide and seek

We all played the game of hide and go seek as kids. Nov. 14, 6:40 PM

Counting chickens

Scott Ludwig

Counting chickens

Suddenly Valerie, Antonio and I all had the same thought – that truck is heading straight for us! Nov. 14, 2:27 PM

Romans on Romans

Lawrence Reed

Romans on Romans

No ancient civilization fascinates me more than that of Rome. Nov. 14, 2:25 PM

A happy holiday

Alex McRae

A happy holiday

Election season didn’t end a minute too soon. Nov. 10, 4:48 PM

Movies take me back

Winston Skinner

Movies take me back

Now that my wife Lynn is retired, our schedule is a little less complicated. Nov. 10, 4:45 PM

Ask Miss Pearl

Ask Miss Pearl

Miss Pearl is one of Newnan's leading authorities on modern etiquette. Nov. 10, 4:47 PM

Southern Mamas

Toby Nix

Southern Mamas

If you’re a Southern woman and the only kids who ever called you “Mama” are the kids you birthed, then something is wrong. Nov. 08, 10:15 PM

The CZ Immigrant

W.J. Butcher

The CZ Immigrant

What makes a diamond so valuable? Nov. 07, 5:41 PM

A Trip Down Memory (Peachtree) Lane, part 2

Lee St. John

A Trip Down Memory (Peachtree) Lane, part 2

Here is part two of remember what Atlanta was like in years gone by. Nov. 07, 5:40 PM

The Big, Fat Truth

The Big, Fat Truth

Rodney Dangerfield said it best: “I found there was only one way to look thin; hang out with fat people.” Nov. 07, 6:56 AM


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Video

A Hero Next Door

A Hero Next Door

The quick actions and fortunate timing of Marie Fortin possibly saved the life of her neighbors.

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Children's Museum Gets A Fresh Coat

Children's Museum Gets A Fresh Coat

Laura Mattia talks about the new look of the Children's Museum

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Anne Graner discusses the Ruth Hill Launch Pad library




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