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Georgia didn’t sour on the GOP

Fifty million dollars is a lot to spend in the abbreviated period of a special election and runoff. Jun. 23, 6:20 AM

The public contributes to law enforcement

A couple of major raids last week demonstrate the importance of citizen involvement. Jun. 22, 2:20 AM

Those who serve us to get housing

People naturally respond better to someone they know to be a neighbor who requests lawful behavior or seeks witnesses. Jun. 16, 6:35 AM

Now you can get back to work

Hopefully King and other politicians will learn something from the episode. Jun. 15, 5:37 AM

Election-hack leak has special interest for Georgians

The Peach State is at the center of this story. Jun. 08, 6:21 AM


Sound Off

Where readers share what’s on their minds.


June 22, 2017

Readers share what’s on their minds.

June 21, 2017

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June 18, 2017

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June 16, 2017

Where readers share what’s on their minds.

Letters To The Editor

Wage hike would have small impact on prices

Making the minimum wage a livable wage would help everyone and create a viable economy. Jun. 21, 7:21 AM

Apartments will enrich the developers

​The Times-Herald editorial on June 16 is illogical and incomplete. Jun. 22, 2:03 AM

Don’t over tax the more productive

Who decides what one’s fair share is? Is fair share everyone paying the same rate? Jun. 15, 5:35 AM

Drivers have lost it

Seems Coweta drivers have lost what they once had- politeness and courtesy. Jun. 14, 6:09 AM

Welcome Rotarians of the world

Downtown Atlanta will be full of Rotarians from around the world. Jun. 07, 5:57 AM

Most of us don’t pay our share of taxes

No one I know likes paying taxes, including myself. Jun. 01, 9:22 PM

Liberal innovations weaken society

The liberal agenda, demonstrated by its accumulated failures, is not good for society. Jun. 01, 9:18 PM

Atlanta needs the Outer Perimeter

Reading about traffic in Atlanta never stops because there are no solutions. May. 31, 11:52 PM

Complex’s subsidy could bind taxpayers

The consultant’s report should have included information on the potential range of taxpayer subsidies required May. 31, 12:44 AM

Lives at a stake

Recently I had the occasion to visit the Coweta County Animal Shelter. May. 25, 12:49 AM


Columns

Guest column

Let’s compare scandals, shall we?

​Let me refresh your memory of the scandals which supposedly failed to pique our public interest. Jun. 23, 6:22 AM

Toby Nix

Getting attention depends on the competition

Not long after the fire department finished its Jaws of Life demonstration, a helicopter was heard in the distance. Jun. 23, 6:19 AM

Jason Swindle

FDR and Reagan were the greatest

These men were the greatest, not because of their political philosophy, but because they were warriors. Jun. 22, 2:24 AM

Put revolutionary dead in Veterans Park

Newnan might consider rethinking the two graves for the veterans from the American Revolutionary War who are buried in Oak Hill Cemetery. Jun. 21, 7:23 AM

Trump's frankness is his best defense

It's not that Trump is ignorant of the protocols and customs which rule the wink-and-nod environment of Washington, D.C. He's aware of them; he just doesn't give a damn about them. Jun. 21, 7:18 AM

Walter Jones

The national media’s detour from objectivity won’t happen here

​Where things have broken down is in Washington. Jun. 18, 6:52 AM

Scott Ludwig

Every father’s wish

Sunday will be the 35th time I’ll be on the receiving end of Father’s Day. Jun. 18, 6:50 AM

Alex McRae

Job hunters feel the burn

​There's only one activity I like that involves being naked and sweaty. Jun. 18, 6:48 AM

Susan Brown

Comey the Leaking Caped Crusader exonerates Trump

James Comey is a victim of his own self-perception. Jun. 16, 6:37 AM

Toby Nix

Tips for discount shoppers

Try to keep the buggy in the center of the aisle at all times. Jun. 16, 6:34 AM



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Procession for Lt. Paramedic 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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