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Journalism Sustainability Act benefits readers, community

The Local Journalism Sustainability Act is designed to offer tax credits for subscribers of The Newnan Times-Herald (or any other qualifying newspaper) of up to $250 per year. Jul. 28, 5:44 PM

Respect for community, message at core of Newnan protests

Look below the surface of those protesting in Newnan, and you’ll find a foundation of respect – not only for our town, but most importantly, for the message. Jun. 02, 4:16 PM

NTH is backing local businesses

If you believe in the power of local business and community journalism, help us support our community. A rising tide lifts all boats. May. 15, 3:17 PM

Community support ensures accurate, timely COVID-19 stories

In the last week, we’ve seen an incredible outpouring of support from those who have donated to our COVID-19 news fund or began subscribing Apr. 08, 3:36 PM

Coweta casual

Are current COVID-19 measures enough? Mar. 30, 2:18 PM


Letters To The Editor

Pete Darcy

A tribute to Mrs. Carol Rexroad

The officers and members of Sharpsburg Council salute and thank Mrs. Rexroad and the CPC for a job well done. Aug. 10, 8:36 PM

Thomas Bagby

Value of a dollar

I suspect that the value of our property is not going up, the value of our dollar is going down. Aug. 06, 5:00 PM

Bill Boyd

Don’t be a dupe

Do your best to verify what you see online and avoid forwarding unverified claims, even what seems reasonable. Aug. 04, 4:15 PM

Rich Davidson

Salute to 2020 Senior classes

Salute, historic Senior Classes of ’20. Quarantine meant changes. You all have seen plenty. Aug. 01, 12:53 PM

Bill Boyd

Myth about the economy

​A recent letter to the Times-Herald was full of errors. I would like to deal with one of them. Jul. 28, 5:40 PM

Leslie Ann Rummel

Salute our first responders

God has blessed you in this hour to help your fellow man Jul. 28, 6:09 PM

Carl Stokoe

Mask mandate needed

Our governor is interested only in how the economy looks without concern for helping prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Jul. 28, 5:36 PM

Local districts have authority to chart their courses

Richard Woods

Local districts have authority to chart their courses

We will continue to choose compassion over compliance. Jul. 24, 5:17 PM

The great American comeback has begun

Drew Ferguson

The great American comeback has begun

Before the coronavirus pandemic, President Trump built the greatest economy this country has ever seen and he is doing it again. Jul. 24, 4:50 PM

Sylvia Kirkland

In response to the 64,000 Dollar Question

Let’s not put our heads in the sand; now is the time to ask questions. Jul. 21, 5:04 PM


Columns
Optimism has a time and place...and that's not today

Jack Bernard

Optimism has a time and place...and that's not today

Unfortunately for the nearly 200,000 people who are projected die of COVID-19 before the election, November is not coming soon enough. Aug. 10, 1:55 PM

The great mask divide

Marc Hyden

The great mask divide

Unlike with many of the mask mandates of 1918 and 1919, we have the freedom to choose. I appreciate that liberty, but think I will wear my mask for now. Aug. 10, 11:39 AM

Wild Things

Alex McRae

Wild Things

The story of human history as recorded on rocks, cave walls, papyrus tablets, newspapers or digital devices shows that people don’t deal well with major changes to their daily routines. Aug. 07, 4:14 PM

The social rules regarding umbilical hernias, and other life lessons

Toby Nix

The social rules regarding umbilical hernias, and other life lessons

As this year plays out, and more and more bad news rolls out on a weekly basis, it really is the little things that end up meaning the most. Aug. 07, 4:33 PM

Ask Miss Pearl

Miss Pearl

Ask Miss Pearl

Shame on him for even suggesting that you allow the dogs to sleep in the bed with you. Aug. 07, 4:17 PM

School Daze

W.J. Butcher

School Daze

Our school board needs to reevaluate their need to be a team player. Aug. 04, 4:16 PM

A farmer for freedom

Lawrence W. Reed

A farmer for freedom

One of the finest gentlemen and public servants of the last century was a man I never met but deeply admire. His name was Ezra Taft Benson. Aug. 04, 4:16 PM

Using a horrible Holocaust analogy that’s bad for our health

John A. Tures

Using a horrible Holocaust analogy that’s bad for our health

Such ignorance is fueling these incorrect Holocaust analogies which are not only painfully callous to the real victims and their descendants, but are encouraging people to engage in reckless health behavior which could harm themselves, family, and others they meet. Aug. 03, 2:08 PM

Myth-busting voting by mail in Georgia

Marc Hyden

Myth-busting voting by mail in Georgia

As long as the coronavirus ravages America, the safest way to perform your civic duty is to do so by mail. Aug. 03, 12:57 PM

Liberate America from irrationality

Jack Bernard

Liberate America from irrationality

The GOP must not only renounce Trump, but also dump Mitch and his cohorts and start anew. Aug. 03, 12:56 PM






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