No printing today, Thursday digital edition to be available

Because of frigid temperatures expected Wednesday night, the Thursday edition of The Newnan Times-Herald will not be printed until Thursday afternoon. The digital edition of the Thursday, Jan. 30, issue of The Newnan Times-Herald will be available online on Thursday.

Thursday’s newspaper will be printed and inserted into the Friday, Jan. 31, paper. Both papers will be delivered by carriers on Friday. Our digital editions and website will be offered for free because of these circumstances. We are taking these efforts to keep our employees and carriers safe. Drivers are still being urged to avoid driving at all costs if possible. We invite you to submit pictures of what you're seeing on Facebook and Twitter and please notify us of any road conditions and accidents. We will be updating our website as news develops.



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