A Glimpse At Tomorrow's Headlines

The Saturday Rundown

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

Newnan Homecoming Queen and Court photos.

CEC Teacher is inducted into National Academy of Arts and Sciences.

A computer glitch caused hundreds of customers at the Wendy's on Bullsboro Drive to be charged two and sometimes three times from their debit/credit cards. The company said it will pay back the charges, as well as any bank overdrafts.

A bomb dog was down at the Federal Courthouse doing a "proactive" unannounced search.

Coweta County will start up a domestic violence task force.

Schools were put on "yellow alert" after a man made various threats.

SPORTS:

Homecoming at Newnan vs. Hardaway

Central Phenix-City, Ala. at East Coweta

Northgate at Union Grove



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