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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

Health care workers to public: Stay home

Health care workers to public: Stay home

"It's frustrating seeing people going about their normal lives when we are risking ours." Mar. 23, 11:08 PM


Letters To The Editor

Lawrence Burns

The Greatest Generation

He did not think that the American people today could handle the type of sacrifices that Americans made during World War II. May. 30, 6:36 PM

Mike Merget

Not feeling safe downtown

There needs to be a police presence downtown while shops are open and people are present. May. 26, 6:22 PM

Thomas Bagby

D-Day, June 6, 1944

Here is a salute to the men who were there and did their duty. May. 26, 6:19 PM

Thank you, Mayor Blue Cole

My patrol and I had the opportunity to have a Zoom meeting with Sharpsburg Mayor Blue Cole about the Constitutional rights and obligations of a U.S citizen. May. 26, 4:36 PM

Grateful for compassionate deputy

The compassionate professionalism of the initial dispatcher on the phone followed by Deputy Troy Foles at the scene made a difficult situation much easier for us. May. 20, 4:25 PM

Al Smith

Use common sense, wear a mask

If our leaders don't have common sense, then let us have enough common sense. May. 15, 2:00 PM

Peter Lorincz

Proletariats of all nations unite … against the tyranny of the state and its tyrants!

The enemy within is far more dangerous that the outside threats we face. May. 08, 3:34 PM

Authority resides with the people

Philip Singleton

Authority resides with the people

The citizens are, and should be, the arbiters of responsible behavior. May. 06, 9:39 AM

Charles Adamson

Lessons learned and the possibility of hope

I don’t know if any lasting benefit will derive from the plague that stalks us now, but I have hope. May. 04, 5:55 PM

Ellen G Lucy

Warehouses are not what Cowetans want

We are allowing our beautiful county to turn into South Fulton with its miles of huge, flat, ugly buildings. May. 05, 4:08 PM


Columns
Justice in America

Kevin McMurry

Justice in America

Mr. Floyd cannot be brought back but his death need not be in vain. Jun. 02, 4:27 PM

The government just admitted that it’s part of the problem

Marc Hyden

The government just admitted that it’s part of the problem

As we examine the coronavirus’ fallout and the related emergency orders, people are realizing that many government operations are far too onerous and often impediments to a better way of life. Jun. 01, 9:36 AM

Kemp-past time to get “woke” to the COVID-19 threat

Jack Bernard

Kemp-past time to get “woke” to the COVID-19 threat

Unfortunately for Georgians, Kemp has successfully imitated his mentor by conveniently making things up about the spread of the virus. Jun. 01, 9:31 AM

Those dreaded doctor visits

Toby Nix

Those dreaded doctor visits

I’m a bit of a sissy when it comes to doctors and illnesses and such. I have no shame in milking a “man cold” for all it’s worth. May. 31, 6:17 PM

Epic fail, America

Scott Ludwig

Epic fail, America

Whatever normal is; it’s been so long, I’ve forgotten what that means. May. 30, 7:57 PM

Ask Miss Pearl

Miss Pearl

Ask Miss Pearl

Are we supposed to wear a mask on the beach? May. 30, 6:46 PM

Clowning around

Alex McRae

Clowning around

The biblical story of Samson and Delilah proves that knowing your hairdresser doesn’t guarantee a great outcome. May. 30, 6:39 PM

How a Wisconsin law might provide justice for George Floyd In Minnesota

John A. Tures

How a Wisconsin law might provide justice for George Floyd In Minnesota

Now is the time to act, so another similar tragedy doesn’t have to happen again, eroding trust in law enforcement nationwide. May. 29, 4:14 PM

Georgia is barreling toward a government takeover of health care

Martha Zoller

Georgia is barreling toward a government takeover of health care

Imposing more unnecessary regulations, encouraging reliance on government subsidies, and undermining competition will not solve that problem. May. 28, 3:09 PM

Reviving the Can-Do spirit

Lawrence W. Reed

Reviving the Can-Do spirit

“In life, your attitude determines your ‘altitude,’” a wise person once said. May. 26, 4:34 PM



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Movers, Shakers, and History Makers: Chatty Newnan Women

Movers, Shakers, and History Makers: Chatty Newnan Women

Renea Lynn and Melanie Gramling talk a little about the story behind the Chatty Newnan Women group and its growing popularity in Coweta County.

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Movers, Shakers, and History Makers: Blue Cole

Movers, Shakers, and History Makers: Blue Cole

Sharpsburg Mayor Blue Cole says his hometown is a fast-growing area with the potential to become a vibrant, active community with a small-town feel.

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Movers, Shakers, and History Makers: Mayor Keith Brady

Movers, Shakers, and History Makers: Mayor Keith Brady

Mayor Keith Brady looks back on the last ten years of Newnan's history and what's in store for the next ten.

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