The Saturday Rundown

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

-- Case of TB confirmed at Smokey Road Middle School.

-- Smith found guilty on 4 of 7 charges. Sentencing Nov. 7 for aggravated assault with intent to rape, obstruction of officer, cruelty to animals, battery.

-- Coweta Voter Registrar's Office open Saturday hours for early voting.

-- ECHS crowns Homecoming Queen at Friday night football game halftime.

-- 13 Stories haunted house will not be opening for 2013; other events offered in area.

-- Chattahoochee Bend State Park manager gives update to Newnan Rotary Club.

RELIGION:

-- Blessing of the Animals held

SPORTS:

High School Football

-- East Coweta Homecoming Game vs. Langston Hughes -- Newnan at Douglas County -- Starr's Mill at Northgate -- Heritage School vs. Westminster -- Trinity Christian at Mount De Sales

High School Volleyball

-- Trinity Christian advances in GISA state tournament while looking for third consecutive state championship this weekend.



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