A Glimpse At Tomorrow's Headlines

The Wednesday Rundown

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

-- Wreaths Across America honors fallen vets despite heavy rain.

-- City and state leaders meet for Hometown Connection Luncheon.

-- Enjoy some Christmas displays in rural Coweta.

-- Owens sworn in as Senoia mayor, Belisle honored.

CRIME:

-- Two arrested in CSU meth bust.

-- Lookout issued for suspect in Kohl's shoplifting.

HEALTHY LIVING:

-- Local Abby’s Angels partners with Hudson Family Foundation for Auburn fundraiser

-- Feeling the love - The Bembrys are overwhelmed by community support in wake of daughter’s cancer diagnosis

SPORTS:

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

- At least 10 players from Coweta County will particpate in Saturday's D.L. Scott Coalition Bowl All-Star Game at the Georgia Dome.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

- Three former high school standouts will be participating either as coaches or players for Lenoir-Rhyne in Saturday's NCAA Subdivision Championship Football Game.

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

- Newnan hosts Northgate in a the first of two non-region doubleheaders between the county schools



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