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Twice Convicted: In retrial, Michelle Hall found guilty of 2008 murder of husband

Twice Convicted: In retrial, Michelle Hall found guilty of 2008 murder of husband

Ten years after a jury found a Coweta woman guilty of murdering her husband, a new trial warranted similar results for Michelle Garner Hall. Oct. 15, 10:26 PM


Invasive snakehead fish caught in Georgia

Invasive snakehead fish caught in Georgia

​Early this month, an angler reported catching a northern snakehead, an aquatic invasive species, in a pond located on private property in Gwinnett County, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division (WRD). Oct. 15, 8:22 PM

Newnan woman works Delta flight for girls in aviation

Equality in the skies

Newnan woman works Delta flight for girls in aviation

​A Newnan woman was on board Delta’s fifth-annual WING Flight - "Women Inspiring our Next Generation" - carrying 120 girls ages 12-18 from Salt Lake City to NASA in Houston. Oct. 15, 8:25 PM

Grantville council considers repaving downtown sidewalks

Grantville council considers repaving downtown sidewalks

Grantville Councilmember Jim Sells proposed refurbishing the city’s downtown sidewalks at the council’s work session on Monday night. Oct. 15, 9:50 PM

Coweta Forestry Judging team to represent Georgia in state competition

Coweta Forestry Judging team to represent Georgia in state competition

The Coweta County 4-H Forestry Judging team placed first in the 2019 State Forestry Field Day Sept. 28. Oct. 15, 9:53 PM

Attachment disorder seminar to be held Oct. 26

Attachment disorder seminar to be held Oct. 26

Local support group Adoptive Family Resources is hosting a seminar at Southwest Christian Church Oct. 26 to help families with the challenges of adopting a child. Oct. 15, 9:54 PM

CCSO: Costco jewelry bandit hid in store

CCSO

CCSO: Costco jewelry bandit hid in store

Over $13,000 worth of jewelry was stolen from a local wholesaler after the suspect hid in the store until it closed. Oct. 15, 7:32 PM


Protect yourself online with these tips

Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Protect yourself online with these tips

​October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, which emphasizes personal accountability and the importance of taking proactive steps to enhance cybersecurity at home and in the workplace. Oct. 15, 4:13 PM

Trinity Christian School crowns 2019 Homecoming Queen

Trinity Christian School crowns 2019 Homecoming Queen

​Trinity Christian School crowned Claire Mudge the 2019 Homecoming Queen at Friday night’s football game. Oct. 15, 4:17 PM

Don’t trust ‘quick fixes’ to boost your credit

Get Smart About Credit Day

Don’t trust ‘quick fixes’ to boost your credit

​Your credit score is important, it can affect your ability to get a loan for a car or a house, and having a low credit score can affect how much interest you have to pay on expensive items. Oct. 15, 5:11 PM

Highway 154 shut down following crash

Highway 154 shut down following crash

An accident forced the closure of Hwy. 154, knocking out power to the area and sending a driver to the hospital. Oct. 15, 10:17 PM

NPD investigating shooting

NPD investigating shooting

A Newnan man was rushed to the hospital after being shot inside his apartment Tuesday. Oct. 15, 10:12 PM

Publix issues recall of Deli White American Cheese

Publix issues recall of Deli White American Cheese

​Publix Super Markets issued a voluntary recall Oct. 11 of Publix Deli White American Cheese, sourced from Great Lakes Cheese, as it may contain foreign material. Oct. 15, 6:23 PM

‘Bike Your Park’ raises money for cycling programs

‘Bike Your Park’ raises money for cycling programs

The money raised benefits Bike Coweta programs including the Brown’s Mill Battlefield Trail Fund and Bike Coweta Earn-A-Bike Program. Oct. 15, 7:32 PM



Columns

Charlie Harper

What are we cheering for?

Sometimes it takes a swift kick in the gut to assess where we are, why we do what we do, and what we should be doing going forward.


  • Jason Swindle

    The high and low road

    God navigates for us. He is calling on us to take a walk with him; on the high road. Oct. 14, 11:55 AM

  • Daniel L. Gardner

    We don't know what we don't know

    We don’t know what we don’t know, but we’re likely to learn a lot between now and next year’s election. Oct. 14, 11:55 AM

  • John A. Tures

    Trump and the NBA should support Hong Kong, not China

    It’s sad when the writers and producers of the animated comedy “South Park” show more courage than these political leaders and business owners. Oct. 14, 11:55 AM

  • Technical difficulties

    Artificial intelligence will never fix old-school stupidity or hatred Oct. 10, 4:47 PM



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District 71 Debate

District 71 Debate

District 71 candidate forum, held at Central Education Center. Video presented by NuLink/WOW! and CEC

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NFD Station 4 nears completion

NFD Station 4 nears completion

Station 4 will help alleviate the call volume received to Station 1 in downtown Newnan, which handles 54 percent of all calls inside the city limits and accounts for 16 percent of calls to all fire stations, including city and county.

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Movers, Shakers and History Makers: Dr. Joel Richardson

Movers, Shakers and History Makers: Dr. Joel Richardson

Dr. Joel Richardson talks about his career as a pastor, living in Newnan, and shares a few good Gandy stories too.

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