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Coweta County needs ‘Citizen of the Year’

Coweta County needs ‘Citizen of the Year’

In a time when finding fault in others has never been so easy, it’s crucial that we remind those who keep working for a better future that we appreciate them. Nov. 11, 3:41 PM

NTH does not endorse candidates

The Newnan Times-Herald does not endorse any candidates for any elections, as that goes against our policy of neutrality toward all candidates. Oct. 10, 8:13 PM

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Your annual subscription helps us carry out our mission of helping every resident of Coweta County utilize factual information from an unbiased and reliable news source and apply that knowledge to make the community a better place to live. Sep. 09, 3:49 PM

Rezoning For Sale

Rezoning For Sale

We need our demand for green space and rural conservation to be higher than any price a developer wants to pay. Aug. 12, 4:37 PM

Radicalism benefits no one

If you want to keep Coweta great, reject those who played no role in creating it and seem hell-bent on tearing it down. Apr. 29, 3:34 PM


Letters To The Editor

Congratulations to new Superior Court Judge Erica Tisinger

Sarah B. “Sally” Akins

Congratulations to new Superior Court Judge Erica Tisinger

We wish her well in this position of judicial leadership. Dec. 20, 1:13 PM

Reed oversimplifies solutions to issues

Paul Young

Reed oversimplifies solutions to issues

Mr. Reed takes the easy road of blaming others — i.e., school administrators, teacher unions and government — instead of expecting us as individuals to live up to our own responsibilities. Dec. 16, 4:08 PM

Coweta’s no-show incumbents & candidates*

Elsa Carion

Coweta’s no-show incumbents & candidates*

We constituents deserve better. Nov. 08, 5:55 PM

All lives matter

Phyllis Graham

All lives matter

My intention in sharing these words is to offer a glimmer of hope and clarity for all to do their part to live fully in a non-dualistic approach to this precious gift of life. Nov. 04, 4:07 PM

Importance of Down Ballot Voting

Tom Thomason

Importance of Down Ballot Voting

So, when voting this year, don’t stop at just the major races and leave the rest of your ballot blank. Oct. 21, 5:25 PM

50 Years Later: Remembering Bank of Coweta

Brenda Clark

50 Years Later: Remembering Bank of Coweta

I am proud to be a member of the original staff and was the only one who was there from beginning to end of the "Bank of Coweta". Oct. 19, 4:22 PM

How two seconds could change a headline

Tom Rector

How two seconds could change a headline

How many injuries and property damage could have transpired with a police chase at 100 mph on Jackson Street? Oct. 01, 10:00 AM

Tax Increase

Alfred Bilezerian

Tax Increase

I believe this is a money grab by the county before values continue to drop, which they are. Oct. 01, 9:59 AM

Protecting Our Local Free Press

​​David Klepinger

Protecting Our Local Free Press

We believe in a system of checks and balances where our local press plays a critical role in holding truth to power. Sep. 13, 8:59 PM

LOST in Judgment

Joe Butcher

LOST in Judgment

Check the egos at the door; how about acting like an adult and render a decision that considers the 30,000-foot view, not just the view of your own backyard? Sep. 13, 8:58 PM


Columns
Gratitude attitude

Clay Neely

Gratitude attitude

The Citizen of the Year event is something I look forward to every year. Jan. 27, 2:38 PM

‘The eyes are the mirror of the soul’

Margaret Hudson Kilgore

‘The eyes are the mirror of the soul’

The more we know, the more we learn, and the more we learn, the more we know. Jan. 24, 2:58 PM

R.I.P. Paul Johnson

Lawrence W. Reed

R.I.P. Paul Johnson

On Thursday, Jan. 12, 2023, British historian Paul Johnson passed into the pages of history himself at the age of 94. Jan. 24, 2:40 PM

Georgia tops ‘judicial hellhole’ ranking as juries go nuclear

Marc Hyden

Georgia tops ‘judicial hellhole’ ranking as juries go nuclear

Georgia’s status as the number one judicial hellhole and the social inflation hitting Georgians’ bottom lines is evidence that something is amiss. Jan. 23, 3:36 PM

Becoming

Susie Berta

Becoming

Stetson Bennett, UGA’s champion football quarterback is a living Cinderella story. Jan. 20, 2:47 PM

Play for All

Scott Ludwig

Play for All

If you happened to catch the CBS Sunday Morning show on January 15, you may remember a three-minute clip about a class of fifth and sixth graders in Minnesota who want to change the world. Jan. 19, 4:24 PM

A story from the Prince of Preachers

Lawrence W. Reed

A story from the Prince of Preachers

More than 130 years after his death, Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892) is still widely read all over the world. Jan. 19, 11:51 AM

Can't live without it but having problems living with it

Margaret Hudson Kilgore

Can't live without it but having problems living with it

I started thinking about how much we depend on plastic in our lives every day. Jan. 17, 7:50 PM

FDA should OK easier access to drug that reverses overdoses

Marc Hyden

FDA should OK easier access to drug that reverses overdoses

The federal government appears to be on the verge of doing something right for a change—shocking, I know. Jan. 16, 9:23 AM

Clutter

Susie Berta

Clutter

I have too much clutter. I’ll put my junk drawer up against anyone’s. Jan. 13, 7:37 AM








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