A Glimpse At Tomorrow's Headlines

The Friday Rundown

Here's a short preview of what's appearing in tomorrow's online and print edition of The Newnan Times-Herald:

Weekend of history:

* McRitchie-Hollis Museum opening ‘Victory at all Costs’ exhibit World War II home front effort focus of display.

* Brown's Mill Battlefield Park site of muster for Civil War re-enactors Saturday; concert of authentic Civil War music Saturday evening at Wadsworth Auditorium.

-- City of Newnan seeking GATEway grant to beautify Bullsboro Drive at I-85.

-- Newnan teen arrested after car chase.

-- Newnan man injured in MLK Jr. Day shooting; shot in foot.

-- Man wanted in Montgomery kidnapping, stabbing caught in Grantville speeding stop; second driver caught with marijuana.

-- Newnan Police charge one suspect with cocaine possession; another case finds illegal alcohol sales at local home.

-- Suspect in custody charged with selling painkillers to high school students.

WEEKENDER

-- Major shows coming for 10th anniversary season at Centre for Performing and Visual Arts in Newnan.

SPORTS: 

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS - Heritage, Trinity AD's, coaches react to GISA's move from three classifications to two next year. Both schools see positives as far as travel, scheduling concerns.

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL - Notebook - Trinity Christian Principal has success with boys team after taking over basketball duties midseason; Former Newnan All-State, College star back on bench as assistant coach.

HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING - Notebook - Teams prepare for final weekend before heading into Area Traditional tournaments next week.



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