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:

-- Coweta County spelling bee winner crowned.

-- Martin Luther King Jr. parade Saturday in Newnan.

-- FEATURE: Ride for Lonnie Sunday in Senoia brings community together to help one of their own.

-- Hat Day fundraiser held at Brooks Elementary to help injured student Megan Winters.

-- Coweta rail crossing delayed to February.

--Three Rivers Commission hopes for more responses to broadband needs survey.

Crime:

-- Suspect arrested on scene, charged with burglaries at Highway 16 East storage units.

-- Man charged with hunting deer out of season.

Religion:

-- Christmas look back.

SPORTS:

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL - Newnan travels to East Coweta in night of rivalry games. Also Heritage School at Trinity Christian and Whitewater at Northgate



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