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:

-- Frank Barron honored as 2014 Coweta Citizen of the Year.

-- Newnan public safety complex project moving forward, despite weather.

-- Local officials reflect on recent efforts in snowstorm, appointment of Governor's task force.

-- Holland Ware, big Coweta landowner, adds Florida ranch to holdings. 

-- Big Give: Coweta Community Foundation is partnering with the American Red Cross to host the third annual Dr. Gerald Troutman Big Give blood drive event in Newnan Thursday.

RELIGION:

 -- Eccentric fortuneteller Mayhayley Lancaster used to walk down the dirt road — trailed by a pack of dogs — to services at Caney Head Methodist Church. Folks still leave Mayhayley's fee — a dollar and a dime — on her tombstone at the rural Heard County church.

SPORTS:

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL - Newnan hosts East Coweta as both rivals head into final weekend of regular season.

COWETA SPORTS HALL OF FAME - Profile of Louis Brown, standout golfer and son of Times-Herald Sports Editor Johnny Brown, who helped begin the hall of fame.

HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING - Day one results from the GHSA State Sectionals.

HIGH SCHOOL SWIMMING - Results from Friday's GHSA State Preliminaries.



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