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:

-- Propane heating costs jump.

-- Mother passes out while driving; child able to control vehicle.

-- Whitlock chairing search committee for new WGTC president.

-- Reyes pleads guilty to involuntary manslaughter, concealing death.

-- Coweta population could nearly double by 2040, Coweta transportation planner tells Coweta Development Authority.

WEEKENDER:

-- The long journey to Rio -- Christian Flavin came back from severe injuries to potentially wrestle in the 2016 Olympic games ... As the 2014 Winter Olympics open in Sochi, Russia, this week, Coweta’s Christian Flavin looks to the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, hoping to compete on Team USA in wrestling.

SPORTS: 

HIGH SCHOOL SWIMMING: Coweta athletes bring one of its strongest contingents in history to this weekend's GHSA State Meet with future University of Arizona swimmer a favorite to give East Coweta an individual state title in the 500 freestyle.

HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING: Nearly 30 wrestlers among the county's three high school programs look to keep seasons alive when they head to the GHSA State Sectionals on Friday. East Coweta lightweights Dusty Nelson, Zack Gabriel and Matthew Durham and Newnan 220-pounder Christian Shellabarger should be top contenders to advance to the round of 16 next week.

COWETA SPORTS HALL OF FAME: Profiles of 2014 inductees Scott Camp and Tim Cash.

YOUTH CHEERLEADING: Georgia Heat teams continuing to rack up accolades.



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