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NEWNAN, GA • COWETA COUNTY’S NEWS SOURCE • ISSUE 59 • 4 SECTIONS, 38 PAGES • $1.25

TODAY’S POLLEN

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MODERATE TREES NONE - LOW GRASS NONE - LOW WEEDS SATURDAY’S COUNT: 85

Newnan, East Coweta tee off at Cougar Invitational

Attempted murder suspect’s trial begins Tuesday

— page 6

McTier on the road to recovery

— page 3

Vision 2014

See special section, pages 1-14D

By CLAY NEELY clay@newnan.com

Mitchell McTier, brother of Madeline McTier, has made some significant progress this week following a serious skiing accident last week in Colorado, according to his mother, Jennifer. McTier initially sustained multiple injuries following his accident, including a basilar skull fracture, a broken rib, several broken bones in his neck and a bruised lung. “We finally got him off the ventilator,” said Jennifer. “He’s moving and answering some questions. He knows his name, his date of birth and can say our names. Some of it’s a little jumbled but that kind of relates to the accident.” Mitchell has also responded to touch on the right side of his face, which is also a positive sign against paralysis. However, doctors felt it was necessary to give Mitchell a feeding tube this week because of his inability to “wake up.” “It’s difficult to explain,” said Jennifer. “He can talk to you but he keeps his eyes closed. At first they thought it was sedation but he just hasn’t opened his eyes yet. We’re kind of waiting on Mitchell McTier that.” Mitchell's progress this week appears promising. Now the McTiers are waiting to see if their insurance will pay for the required air ambulance in order to transport Mitchell from Colorado back to Georgia. Jennifer is hopeful for a decision from United Healthcare soon. “If they won’t pay for it, then I’ll just have to stay here and go to Craig Rehabilitation Hospital in Denver,” Jennifer said. “It’s a top-notch facility but it would really be nice to be able to come home.” So far, the McTiers have seen over 20 visitors, checking in on the family and offering their support. Many of these visitors the family has never met before. “The hospital staff is laughing because they’re like, “you don’t even live here,” but it’s amazing how a friend knows a friend who lives out here and offers their help. We had a local member of Chi Phi (Mitchell’s fraternity) come by just to

MCTIER, page 3A

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SUNDAY MARCH 23, 2014

Coweta’s progress, plans By ELLEN CORKER

For this special look at our community, we also asked several residents to talk about quality of life, what attracted them to move here For all of us who call Coweta County home, and what makes them want to stay. we know it is a special place. Community leaders shared highlights of That is the focus of a special section in projects and developments completed — as today’s edition of The Newnan Times-Herald well as those in the works — to make this a — Vision 2014. better place to live for the more than 130,000 After two decades of rapid growth, with residents. Coweta still among Georgia’s fastest-growing West Georgia Technical College opened communities, an expanding population has This rendering shows the possible future its new stand-alone Coweta campus off Turbrought great change, great challenges and exterior of the UWG Newnan campus. Construction key Creek Road south of Newnan in fall 2013, great opportunities. But with all the growth is under way at the old Newnan Hospital site on Jackson Street. expanding its offerings but also retaining its and change, this area southwest of busy metro relationship with Coweta County School SysAtlanta has retained much of its hometown and tem’s Central Educational Center. local county and city government and commurural charm. The Newnan Times-Herald news staff, for nity leaders, as well as local residents, about VISION, page 2A this annual special Vision section, spoke with what makes Coweta special.

ellen@newnan.com

Newnan draws singer home By W. WINSTON SKINNER winston@newnan.com

brother Bryant’s death — and professionally — when she first appeared on stage with Wadsworth almost 20 years ago. “There is definitely something wonderful “I was floored by the support,” she said. about Newnan,” opera singer Courtenay Budd Her childhood in Newnan and her experisaid. ences returning as an adult have brought Budd Budd is overseeing the first “Friends of Wad- “a sense of family” locally. sworth Concert - The Legacy Continues” on Recalling her first Wadsworth concert, Budd April 26. Budd grew up in Newnan. As an remembered “people I hadn’t seen since child- Courtenay Budd still remembers singing on the stage of the Wadsworth Auditorium as a adult, she experienced the special nature of hood” being there and being supportive. “It young woman. Now she will be the artist pulling the the community both personally — after her made me want to come back every time I can,” annual concert together. she said. It is an experience that her husband, W hen t he fa m i ly v isits New n a n a nd Anthony Caramico, and their sons have also Caramico stops in at Redneck Gourmet, so known. Caramico said to Budd that there are a many locals greet him and call him by name. few places near their Poughkeepsie, N.Y., home When Budd was growing up in Newnan, she — among them a deli they frequent — where See page 2A an employee or the owner may speak to him. BUDD, page 2A

‘Friends’ concert will fund future events

Med. marijuana bill not among those passing

Centre turns 10 Editor's Note: This is the second in an occasional series, Centre Celebrates 10th, highlighting Coweta School System's Centre for Performing and Visual Arts and the impact it has had in the local community for the last 10 years. The first installment was published on Feb. 2.

By SARAH FAY CAMPBELL sarah@newnan.com

By CELIA SHORTT celia@newnan.com

Over the last decade, the Coweta School System’s Centre for Performing and Visual Arts has brought valuable opportunities to the county. One of its greatest attributes is Centre Strings, an orchestra geared toward students and adults in the community. Centre Strings is a joint venture between the school system and

CENTRE, page 2A

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Allison Vessell is 13 years old. She’s been playing with Centre

A flurry of bills passed in the final hours of the Georgia General Assembly session late Thursday. However, bills allowing limited use of medical cannabis and privatizing the state’s child welfare system were not among them. Also failing to pass was “religious liberty” language that was tied onto other bills. House Bill 885, intended to legalize a limited use of cannabidiol

Strings since she was 8 years old and is in the seventh grade at Arnall Middle School.

INSIDE Obituaries .................... 3A Business.........................1B Community Forum ..... 4A Focus on Education..... 1C Sports .......................... 6A Classifieds .....................6C

TODAY

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MONDAY

60° | 41° Pleasantly warm with sunshine

ASSEMBLY, page 3A TUESDAY

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WEDNESDAY

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NEWNAN, GA • COWETA COUNTY’S NEWS SOURCE • ISSUE 59 • 4 SECTIONS, 38 PAGES • $1.25

TODAY’S POLLEN

MODERATE TREES NONE - LOW GRASS NONE - LOW WEEDS SATURDAY’S COUNT: 85

Newnan, East Coweta tee off at Cougar Invitational

Attempted murder suspect’s trial begins Tuesday

— page 6

McTier on the road to recovery

— page 3

Vision 2014

See special section, pages 1-14D

a1 sunday front

SUNDAY MARCH 23, 2014

NEWNAN, GA • COWETA COUNTY’S NEWS SOURCE • ISSUE 59 • 4 SECTIONS, 38 PAGES • $1.25

TODAY’S POLLEN

MODERATE TREES NONE - LOW GRASS NONE - LOW WEEDS SATURDAY’S COUNT: 85

MCTIER, page 3A

Newnan, East Coweta tee off at Cougar Invitational

Coweta’s progress, plans By ELLEN CORKER

For this special look at our community, we ellen@newnan.com also asked several residents to talk about quality of life, what attracted them to move here For all of us who call Coweta County home, and what makes them want to stay. we know it is a special place. Community leaders shared highlights of That is the focus of a special section in projects and developments completed — as today’s edition of The Newnan Times-Herald well as those in the works — to make this a — Vision 2014. better place to live for the more than 130,000 After two decades of rapid growth, with residents. Coweta still among Georgia’s fastest-growing West Georgia Technical College opened communities, an expanding population has This rendering shows the possible future its new stand-alone Coweta campus off Turbrought great change, great challenges and exterior of the UWG Newnan campus. Construction key Creek Road south of Newnan in fall 2013, great opportunities. But with all the growth is under way at the old Newnan Hospital site on Jackson Street. expanding its offerings but also retaining its and change, this area southwest of busy metro relationship with Coweta County School SysAtlanta has retained much of its hometown and tem’s Central Educational Center. local county and city government and commurural charm. The Newnan Times-Herald news staff, for nity leaders, as well as local residents, about VISION, page 2A this annual special Vision section, spoke with what makes Coweta special.

Newnan draws singer home By W. WINSTON SKINNER winston@newnan.com

brother Bryant’s death — and professionally — when she first appeared on stage with Wadsworth almost 20 years ago. “There is definitely something wonderful “I was floored by the support,” she said. about Newnan,” opera singer Courtenay Budd Her childhood in Newnan and her experisaid. ences returning as an adult have brought Budd Budd is overseeing the first “Friends of Wad- “a sense of family” locally. sworth Concert - The Legacy Continues” on Recalling her first Wadsworth concert, Budd April 26. Budd grew up in Newnan. As an remembered “people I hadn’t seen since child- Courtenay Budd still remembers singing on the stage of the Wadsworth Auditorium as a adult, she experienced the special nature of hood” being there and being supportive. “It young woman. Now she will be the artist pulling the the community both personally — after her made me want to come back every time I can,” annual concert together. she said. It is a n experience that her husba nd, W hen t he fa m i ly v isits New n a n a nd Anthony Caramico, and their sons have also Caramico stops in at Redneck Gourmet, so known. Caramico said to Budd that there are a many locals greet him and call him by name. few places near their Poughkeepsie, N.Y., home When Budd was growing up in Newnan, she — among them a deli they frequent — where See page 2A an employee or the owner may speak to him. BUDD, page 2A

‘Friends’ concert will fund future events

MCTIER, page 3A

Coweta’s progress, plans By ELLEN CORKER

For this special look at our community, we also asked several residents to talk about quality of life, what attracted them to move here For all of us who call Coweta County home, and what makes them want to stay. we know it is a special place. Community leaders shared highlights of That is the focus of a special section in projects and developments completed — as today’s edition of The Newnan Times-Herald well as those in the works — to make this a — Vision 2014. better place to live for the more than 130,000 After two decades of rapid growth, with residents. Coweta still among Georgia’s fastest-growing West Georgia Technical College opened communities, an expanding population has This rendering shows the possible future its new stand-alone Coweta campus off Turbrought great change, great challenges and exterior of the UWG Newnan campus. Construction key Creek Road south of Newnan in fall 2013, great opportunities. But with all the growth is under way at the old Newnan Hospital site on Jackson Street. expanding its offerings but also retaining its and change, this area southwest of busy metro relationship with Coweta County School SysAtlanta has retained much of its hometown and tem’s Central Educational Center. local county and city government and commurural charm. The Newnan Times-Herald news staff, for nity leaders, as well as local residents, about VISION, page 2A this annual special Vision section, spoke with what makes Coweta special.

ellen@newnan.com

Newnan draws singer home By W. WINSTON SKINNER winston@newnan.com

brother Bryant’s death — and professionally — when she first appeared on stage with Wadsworth almost 20 years ago. “There is definitely something wonderful “I was floored by the support,” she said. about Newnan,” opera singer Courtenay Budd Her childhood in Newnan and her experisaid. ences returning as an adult have brought Budd Budd is overseeing the first “Friends of Wad- “a sense of family” locally. sworth Concert - The Legacy Continues” on Recalling her first Wadsworth concert, Budd April 26. Budd grew up in Newnan. As an remembered “people I hadn’t seen since child- Courtenay Budd still remembers singing on the stage of the Wadsworth Auditorium as a adult, she experienced the special nature of hood” being there and being supportive. “It young woman. Now she will be the artist pulling the the community both personally — after her made me want to come back every time I can,” annual concert together. she said. It is an experience that her husband, W hen t he fa m i ly v isits New n a n a nd Anthony Caramico, and their sons have also Caramico stops in at Redneck Gourmet, so known. Caramico said to Budd that there are a many locals greet him and call him by name. few places near their Poughkeepsie, N.Y., home When Budd was growing up in Newnan, she — among them a deli they frequent — where See page 2A an employee or the owner may speak to him. BUDD, page 2A

‘Friends’ concert will fund future events

Med. marijuana bill not among those passing

Centre turns 10 Editor's Note: This is the second in an occasional series, Centre Celebrates 10th, highlighting Coweta School System's Centre for Performing and Visual Arts and the impact it has had in the local community for the last 10 years. The first installment was published on Feb. 2.

By SARAH FAY CAMPBELL sarah@newnan.com

By CELIA SHORTT celia@newnan.com

Over the last decade, the Coweta School System’s Centre for Performing and Visual Arts has brought valuable opportunities to the county. One of its greatest attributes is Centre Strings, an orchestra geared toward students and adults in the community. Centre Strings is a joint venture between the school system and

CENTRE, page 2A

Allison Vessell is 13 years old. She’s been playing with Centre Strings since she was 8 years old and is in the seventh grade at Arnall Middle School.

INSIDE Obituaries .................... 3A Business.........................1B Community Forum ..... 4A Focus on Education..... 1C Sports .......................... 6A Classifieds .....................6C

TODAY

61° | 38° Warm with a 60% chance of rain

MONDAY

60° | 41° Pleasantly warm with sunshine

A flurry of bills passed in the final hours of the Georgia General Assembly session late Thursday. However, bills allowing limited use of medical cannabis and privatizing the state’s child welfare system were not among them. Also failing to pass was “religious liberty” language that was tied onto other bills. House Bill 885, intended to legalize a limited use of cannabidiol

ASSEMBLY, page 3A TUESDAY

56° | 28° Cool and partly cloudy

WEDNESDAY

54° | 34° Cool and sunny

Rainfall (in inches)

Yesterday (as of 7 p.m.) 0.00 Monthly total 3.50 Year-to-date 5.87

By SARAH FAY CAMPBELL sarah@newnan.com

By CELIA SHORTT celia@newnan.com

CENTRE, page 2A

— page 3

Vision 2014

See special section, pages 1-14D

By CLAY NEELY clay@newnan.com

Mitchell McTier, brother of Madeline McTier, has made some significant progress this week following a serious skiing accident last week in Colorado, according to his mother, Jennifer. McTier initially sustained multiple injuries following his accident, including a basilar skull fracture, a broken rib, several broken bones in his neck and a bruised lung. “We finally got him off the ventilator,” said Jennifer. “He’s moving and answering some questions. He knows his name, his date of birth and can say our names. Some of it’s a little jumbled but that kind of relates to the accident.” Mitchell has also responded to touch on the right side of his face, which is also a positive sign against paralysis. However, doctors felt it was necessary to give Mitchell a feeding tube this week because of his inability to “wake up.” “It’s difficult to explain,” said Jennifer. “He can talk to you but he keeps his eyes closed. At first they thought it was sedation but he just hasn’t opened his eyes yet. We’re kind of waiting on Mitchell McTier that.” Mitchell's progress this week appears promising. Now the McTiers are waiting to see if their insurance will pay for the required air ambulance in order to transport Mitchell from Colorado back to Georgia. Jennifer is hopeful for a decision from United Healthcare soon. “If they won’t pay for it, then I’ll just have to stay here and go to Craig Rehabilitation Hospital in Denver,” Jennifer said. “It’s a top-notch facility but it would really be nice to be able to come home.” So far, the McTiers have seen over 20 visitors, checking in on the family and offering their support. Many of these visitors the family has never met before. “The hospital staff is laughing because they’re like, “you don’t even live here,” but it’s amazing how a friend knows a friend who lives out here and offers their help. We had a local member of Chi Phi (Mitchell’s fraternity) come by just to

Med. marijuana bill not among those passing

Centre turns 10 Editor's Note: This is the second in an occasional series, Centre Celebrates 10th, highlighting Coweta School System's Centre for Performing and Visual Arts and the impact it has had in the local community for the last 10 years. The first installment was published on Feb. 2.

Over the last decade, the Coweta School System’s Centre for Performing and Visual Arts has brought valuable opportunities to the county. One of its greatest attributes is Centre Strings, an orchestra geared toward students and adults in the community. Centre Strings is a joint venture between the school system and

Attempted murder suspect’s trial begins Tuesday

— page 6

McTier on the road to recovery

By CLAY NEELY clay@newnan.com

Mitchell McTier, brother of Madeline McTier, has made some significant progress this week following a serious skiing accident last week in Colorado, according to his mother, Jennifer. McTier initially sustained multiple injuries following his accident, including a basilar skull fracture, a broken rib, several broken bones in his neck and a bruised lung. “We finally got him off the ventilator,” said Jennifer. “He’s moving and answering some questions. He knows his name, his date of birth and can say our names. Some of it’s a little jumbled but that kind of relates to the accident.” Mitchell has also responded to touch on the right side of his face, which is also a positive sign against paralysis. However, doctors felt it was necessary to give Mitchell a feeding tube this week because of his inability to “wake up.” “It’s difficult to explain,” said Jennifer. “He can talk to you but he keeps his eyes closed. At first they thought it was sedation but he just hasn’t opened his eyes yet. We’re kind of waiting on Mitchell McTier that.” Mitchell's progress this week appears promising. Now the McTiers are waiting to see if their insurance will pay for the required air ambulance in order to transport Mitchell from Colorado back to Georgia. Jennifer is hopeful for a decision from United Healthcare soon. “If they won’t pay for it, then I’ll just have to stay here and go to Craig Rehabilitation Hospital in Denver,” Jennifer said. “It’s a top-notch facility but it would really be nice to be able to come home.” So far, the McTiers have seen over 20 visitors, checking in on the family and offering their support. Many of these visitors the family has never met before. “The hospital staff is laughing because they’re like, “you don’t even live here,” but it’s amazing how a friend knows a friend who lives out here and offers their help. We had a local member of Chi Phi (Mitchell’s fraternity) come by just to

Allison Vessell is 13 years old. She’s been playing with Centre

A flurry of bills passed in the final hours of the Georgia General Assembly session late Thursday. However, bills allowing limited use of medical cannabis and privatizing the state’s child welfare system were not among them. Also failing to pass was “religious liberty” language that was tied onto other bills. House Bill 885, intended to legalize a limited use of cannabidiol

Strings since she was 8 years old and is in the seventh grade at Arnall Middle School.

INSIDE Obituaries .................... 3A Business.........................1B Community Forum ..... 4A Focus on Education..... 1C Sports .......................... 6A Classifieds .....................6C

TODAY

61° | 38° Warm with a 60% chance of rain

MONDAY

60° | 41° Pleasantly warm with sunshine

ASSEMBLY, page 3A TUESDAY

56° | 28° Cool and partly cloudy

WEDNESDAY

54° | 34° Cool and sunny

Rainfall (in inches)

Yesterday (as of 7 p.m.) 0.00 Monthly total 3.50 Year-to-date 5.87

Rainfall (in inches)

Yesterday (as of 7 p.m.) 0.00 Monthly total 3.50 Year-to-date 5.87

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Coweta gears up for Relay for Life By Bradley Hartsell bradley@newnan.com

Accord i ng to Steph a n ie Martin, nearly everyone you meet has been affected by cancer in some way, either directly, through a loved one, or through a friend. Relay for Life is a fundraising event conceived and organized by the American Cancer Society to celebrate survivors of cancer and to raise funds for research. May 2 marks the annual Relay for Life of Coweta County event. Stephanie Martin, Piedmont Newnan Hospital’s nurse navigator, is the survivor coordinator at this year’s Relay. This is Martin’s first year serving on the board of Relay for Life of Coweta County, and Martin says she’s eager to tackle an event close to her heart. Matin has become active in cancer awareness in her Coweta community since the death of her husband, who succumbed to brain cancer. “As the survivor chair, I’m in charge of making sure our survivors are having fun and being celebrated,” Martin said. “Relay for Life is my whole world right now. I love it.” Since its inception in 1985, Relay for Life has expanded to include 5,200 events per year.

Coweta County boasts the largest event in the southeast, and Martin takes pride in her community and its support in the fight against cancer. “I think the community has really gotten behind Relay for Life. I have friends in other counties who report that similar events in their communities are fun, but not really a big deal,” she said. “I think it is the dynamic people of Coweta that lend to the hometown feeling. Last year, we kept running into people from our schools and our jobs and churches.” From 7 p.m. to 7 a.m., the Coweta County Fairgrounds takes on the look, as Martin describes it, of a county fair. With tents, vendors, games and family entertainment all over the grounds, Martin says Relay for Life is a time for celebrating and enjoying the community. “This is the one place where everybody can come together equally,” said Martin. “You can be going through treatment and you can be walking next to somebody who’s been there and done that and can be your support. It’s all about celebrating life.” Martin says the catchphrase for the event is, “Why do you relay?” “You don’t just relay for the

Flags decorating the Relay for Life grounds in what Martin describes as a “county fair” type celebration.

heck of it. Everybody has reason,” she said. Martin feels a great responsibility to take care of the 160 breast cancer patients she will coordinate at the event, but ultimately, the reason she is there is for her husband.

Martin especially appreciates the physical gesture of remembrance. “I love having a way of putting my husband’s name on

relay, page 3

INTERVIEW WITH A PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR

Hiding in plain sight By Clay Neely clay@newnan.com

The title of “private investigator” is often synonymous with images of a fedora-wearing, cigarette-smoking gumshoe of Hollywood noir. Or maybe it’s the man with a three-day-old beard and binoculars – the floorboard of his car littered with empty boxes of takeout food and coffee cups – endlessly waiting for his subject to appear. Thanks to these preconceived notions, Coweta resident and private investigator Katherine Wainscott enjoys a higher level of anonymity than many of her male counterparts in the field. While Wainscott feels she may be working in a “boys club,” it certainly hasn’t held her back from doing what she loves. If anything, it’s given her a leg up. “As a female, we’re maybe 1 percent of the investigative force,” Wainscott said. “It’s usually ex-FBI, ex-police in the field. It is a common progression many of them take. Many retire, get tired of the monotony and eventually become private investigators. As a female, I feel I have a certain niche.” A child of the armed forces, Wainscott grew up in West Germany before moving to the United States when she was 17. Prior to her career as a private investigator, she worked as an assistant in a chiropractor’s office, and later, as an international ticketing agent at Delta. No matter what she was doing though, Wainscott was a constant student of human behavior. While employed at Delta, Wainscott attended a g un show. It was there that she approached a salesman advertising “how to be a private investigator.” “I’d been snooping my entire life,” she said. “I’m the youngest of four, and was always going through my older sisters’ stuff. It felt like a natural progression for me.” In 2003, after completing the required 400 hours needed

Local private investigator Katherine Wainscott will probably see you long before you see her.

for the class, Wainscott began working for a variety of companies, never really thinking about venturing out on her own. “The insurance, the certifications — it takes quite a leap of faith to go out on your own,” Wainscott said. But, in 2006, the detective founded and incorporated Blood hound Investigative Services. During her f irst year of working independently, Wainscott devoted nearly every waking moment to her new business. She often worked 14-hour days across the state, solely pursuing workers comp cases. “After a year, I had to reel it back it in, but it taught me a lot,” she said. “It’s the typical ‘school of hard knocks’ story. You can’t learn this in textbooks. It takes trial and error and every situation is different. You learn how to adapt because you’ll never make it if you don’t.” Inf idelity, workers comp fraud, skip tracing and background checks – Wainscott en su res t h at Blood hou nd

Investigative Services is able to handle a wide variety of work. Wainscott enjoys her work so thoroughly, she alone handles the majority of cases. However, she still employs a few investigators who are licensed under her to tackle some of the additional jobs. “I have one guy who speaks Spanish. He’s kind of my wild ca rd a nd does my bounty hunting. I also have another female investigator,” Wainscott said. “It’s always good to have people you can choose from for every situation.” Wa i n scot t h a s t raveled across the country for her business, including a memorable trip to Las Vegas, hunting a spouse that was suspected of infidelity. “The subject I was tracking was staying at one of the big hotels on the strip. As he hopped into a departing taxicab, I jumped into the next one in line and shouted, ‘Follow that cab!’ It was so cliche. I couldn’t believe that I just said that, especially in Las Vegas of all places,” she said. Her cab driver immediately

threw himself into the role, helping her get as close to the other taxicab as possible without being too obvious. Still, the majority of the time spent on a job is usually dry and boring – waiting hours for a door to open or for someone to show up. “But when the door does open and you see your subject — that’s when the adrenaline kicks in,” Wainscott said. “Even after ten years, you never lose that rush.” Wainscott has even found herself working on a case as far away as the Bahamas, on a mission to confirm a suspected tryst. Using her best acting skills, she managed to get an apartment with a perfect vantage point of her subject and was able to film what was going on from her room. “I told the hotelier that I had friends coming in and pleaded for a specific room. You know, maybe I added a few tears to my story,” she joked. “You do whatever it takes.” While at the resort, she was able to capture ample evidence of the affair. Equipped with a small video camera, Wainscott snapped a few pictures and emailed them immediately. No one suspected a thing. Often, Wainscott will go above and beyond to disguise hersel f, somet i mes a ltering hair, makeup and overall appearance. Which begs the question, if someone has never seen her, why the need for extra measures to stay incognito? “Just to be safe,” she said. “Some people are cautious and have done things like this before. Some are naturally more observant, while others are completely oblivious to everything around them.” Quite often, her most advantageous hiding place is in plain sight. “Restaurants, ballgames, grocery stores – there’s no way to sneak around places like that,” she said. “They’ll see

hiding, page 3

Participants in the 2013 Relay for Life Coweta walk in the survivors’ lap, which opens the annual event.

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Make-Yo thern ou Sweet, S er Ham k o Slow- Co 3 ➤ PAGE

Effortless Easter Ham Family Features This year, make your Easter ham effortless by ditching the oven and using your slow cooker instead. While most people think about slow cooking for staples like chili and stew, it’s also perfect for center-of-the-plate feasts — like an Easter ham. Using t he slow cooker, you can minimize both prep time and cleanup time, leaving plenty of room in the day for church, hunt­ing eggs and enjoying time with your loved ones. Ha m i s a t rad it ion for many families this time of year, and because it pairs well w it h a mu ltitude of ingredients, you can create a unique dish every time. For a fresh spin on the clas-

sic ham, try this Sweet Southern Slow-Cooker Ham recipe from the National Pork Board. Apple cider and bourbon (or vanilla extract, if you prefer) combine to create a rich flavor complemented by the sweetness of brown sugar. Round out your Easter menu by pairing your ham with classic sides such as oven-roasted carrots, asparagus wrapped in bacon and mashed sweet potatoes. You can also use leftover ham for flavor-packed recipes like Ham, Apple and Cheddar Crepes, which are ideal for a family-style brunch. To get inspired by more ham and Easter meal ideas, visit PorkBeinspired. c o m o r Fa c e b o o k . c o m / PorkBeinspired.

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Sweet Southern Slow-Cooker Ham Yield: 12 servings Cook time: 4 to 8 hours • 1 bone-in fully cooked ham, about 5 1/2 pounds • 1 cup apple cider • 1/2 cup dark brown sugar • 1/3 cup Kentucky bourbon • 1/4 cup honey • 1/4 cup Dijon mustard • 4 fresh thyme sprigs Place ham in large slow cooker. Whisk cider with brown sugar, bourbon, honey and mustard. Slowly pour over ham. Scatter

thyme sprigs into slow cooker. Cook on high for 4 hours or on low for 8 hours. Remove ham to rest on cutting board. Pass remaining cooking liquid through fine mesh sieve into sauce­p an. Simmer for 10 minutes or until slightly reduced. Carve ham into serving pieces. Brush ham pieces with cooking liquid before arrang­ing on platter. Serve warm or at room temperature. Note: For a non-alcoholic alterna­tive, replace the bourbon with 1/4 cup water and 1 tablespoon vanilla extract.

Ham, Apple & Cheddar Crepes Yield: 6 servings Cook time: 30 minutes • 3 cups ham, shredded and warmed • 1-3/4 cups 2% milk • 1/4 cup unsalted butter, melted • 4 large eggs • 1/2 teaspoon salt • 1-1/2 cups all-purpose flour • 1 apple halved, cored and thinly sliced Cheese Sauce: • 1 tablespoon unsalted butter • 1 tablespoon all-purpose flour • 1 cup 2% milk • 2 teaspoon Dijon mustard • 1/4 teaspoon salt • 1/4 teaspoon pepper • 1 cup white cheddar cheese, shredded • 2 tablespoons fresh chives, finely chopped Pour milk, butter, eggs and salt in blender. Mix until well combined. Add f lour. Mix for 15 to 20 seconds or until smooth. Let stand for 10 minutes. Heat a n 8 -i nch c repe pan or non­stick skillet over medium heat. Coat with non-

stick cooking spray. Pour 1/4 cup batter into pan, swirl to fully cover bottom of pan. Cook for 1 minute or until crepe begins to curl around edges. Flip and cook for an addi­t ional 30 seconds. Trans­fer to plate. Repeat with remaining batter. Layer cooked crepes between wax paper to prevent sticking. Lay a crepe on clean work sur­face. Arrange slices of apple on quarter of crepe; top with shredded ham. Fold crepe in half to cover filling and in half again to create triangular shape. Repeat with remaining crepes, apple and ham. Place on parchment-lined baking sheet and hold in warm oven until ready to serve, or up to 30 minutes. For cheese sauce, melt butter in saucepan over medium heat. Stir in flour until well coated. Cook, stir­r ing constantly, for 2 min­utes or until pale and smooth. Whisk in milk a splash at a time, until smooth; stir in mustard, salt and pepper. Cook, stirring constantly, for 5 minutes. Remove from heat. Whisk in cheese, a small handful at a time, until melted and smooth. Place filled crepes on each plate. Spoon cheese sauce over each crepe and sprinkle with chives.

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you but would never suspect you because you’re so close, you know? You’re just another stranger to them.” One of her more notable adventures was working with international public investigator TJ Ward on the Natalee Holloway case, using a program called “Layered Voice A n a lysi s .” T he prog ra m relies on voice algorithms and can analyze any kind of audio recording, even without the subject being present. “It’s like a lie detector on steroids,” she said. “It’s way more accurate than the traditional lie detector. It’s so incredibly accurate. “We did analyze Joran van der Sloot and he’s a lying [explicative].” While indisputable evidence of a cheating spouse is rarely good news for anyone, Wainscott feels that she’s merely the messenger and her role allows the client the closure they’re seeking so that they can move forward with their lives. “ It ’s cer ta i n ly rewa rding and I don’t do it for the money,” she said. “I piss off just as many people as I make happy, but the worst part is telling someone the bad news they suspected. It’s the worst.” Some cases end as quickly as they begin. One subject had been defrauding his company for more than three years, collecting $500 a week on a fake disability claim. “I staked him out, and as I came around the corner with

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A word to the wise As many of you know, I like to collect what I call “wise words.” They are simply that – a phrase or sentence that makes you think. Here’s a few from my latest gatherings: T here is a d i fference between doing what is right and what is easy – Professor Dumbledore. Never look down on someone unless you are helping them up. Personality versus Attitude: my personality is who I am; my attitude depends on who you are. Work hard in silence. Let success make the noise. In case of fire, exit building BEFORE tweeting/post-

ing to FB or sending photo to Instagram. Every morning you have two choices: continue to sleep with your dreams, or wake up and chase them. You can judge the character of a man by the way he treats his subordinates. Worr y is li ke a rock i ng chair: it gives you something to do but never gets you anywhere – Erma Bombeck. “May the force be ever in your favor, Mr. Potter” – Gandalf from “Chronicles of Narnia.” (Every popular modern movie in one sentence.) You will never influence the world by trying to be like it. When you lose, say little. When you win, say less – Matt

JOHN WINTERS Hughes, UFC welterweight champion. Creativity is intelligence having fun – Albert Einstein. Don’t pu rsue h appi ness – create it – Chinese fortune cookie. The harder you work, the luckier you get. Do not regret growing older. It is a privilege denied to many. I always feel sorry for those people stuck in horrible traffic jams driving to the gym to ride a stationary bike. Wise men talk because they have something to say; fools,

Baah, humbug I hope to visit Paris one day. I hear it’s beautiful and dirty and romantic and smelly and the food is wonderful and overpriced and the people range from angelic to spiteful. Something for everyone. Perfect. Plus, Paris looks cool in spy movies. Travel experts insist the best way to enjoy any new place is to make a list of “mustsee” attractions and stick to it. That’s a problem. When I’m in a new place I tend to wander off the tourist trail. Fans of Bruce Lee movies know a Hong Kong visit must – must – include a ride on the Star Ferry. When I went, the first thing I did was cruise from Kowloon to Hong Kong Island. So far, so good. But instead of enjoying the view from Victoria Peak, I wandered down an alley where vendors sold live songbirds and dead snakes. Loved it. My favorite sight was a man on a bicycle wearing a whole butchered hog like a backpack. London was nice, but my favor ite t h i ng wa sn’t t he Tower of London or Buckingham Palace or even the Princess Diana shrine at Harrod’s department store. The coolest thing I saw was a riot between rival soccer fans who hurled insults and (full) beer cans across the street at each from behind police barricades. It was Sunday morning. My “must-see” list for Paris includes the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame and the Champs Elysee, the French version of Peachtree Street. I also want to visit a cozy cafe packed with pretentious artsy types, bust through the

doors like John Wayne and say, “Hi, y’all. How’s ya mama an ‘em?” One place I may not visit is the Louvre. The world’s most famous museum attracts ten million visitors each year. Pilgrims pile up to gape at awesome statues like armless hottie Venus de Milo, and savor the Mona Lisa, the most famous portrait on Earth not done by someone named Olan Mills. Sounds great. But I still may not go. Partly because of claims that the Louvre should be renamed the Lose, as in Lose your valuables. A snarky traveler once said if Paris pickpockets were organized and armed they would become the largest standing army on Earth. They are said to adore train stations, where frazzled riders make for easy targets. I won’t be one. Train station? Big deal. Just wear extra large shoes, jam valuables in your footwear and you’re good to go. But now t hese bra zen thieves have swarmed the beloved Louvre. According to police reports, visitors’ pockets were being picked more often than a kindergartner’s nose. Things got so bad Louvre security guards went on strike until more officers were added. They were, and pickpocketing is allegedly down. But, according to a recent news story, the Louvre just drew another massive crowd of unwelcome guests. The good news? It wasn’t a mob of pickpockets. The bad news? The invaders were a flock of sheep. Live, woolbearing, baah, baah-bleating sheep. They were trucked in

ALEX mcrae by farmers protesting higher fertilizer taxes and new emission laws that prohibit the use of tractors on certain days. Unsupervised sheep ran roughshod through the Louvre. It was a sight, but not one visitors expected – or enjoyed.

because they have to say something – Plato. The Humpty Dumpty nursery rhyme never said Humpty was an egg. Tact is the ability to tell someone to go to hell in such a way that they look forward to the trip – Winston Churchill. If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader – John Quincy Adams. Being honest may not get you many friends, but it will always get you the right ones – John Lennon. You can carry a rabbit’s foot for good luck. But remember, it didn’t work for the rabbit. It a lways seem s i mpossible until it’s done –Nelson Mandela. L i fe isn’t about f i nd i ng yourself. Life is about creat-

Tourists weren’t happy, dollars were lost and the farmers and government officials made a deal. But how long will the bargain hold? One farmer said if promises weren’t kept, the sheep would be back. I won’t ta ke the Louvre off my “must-see” list yet, but if things don’t get better, enjoying it could be next to impossible. How do you view the Mona Lisa while keeping one eye out for pickpockets and the other for sheep?

ing yourself – George Bernard Shaw. The problem is not the problem. The problem is your attitude about the problem – Captain Jack Sparrow. A dream is just a dream. A goal is a dream with a plan and a deadline. Everything in moderation – except Awesome. You can never have too much Awesome – daily lunch notes a dying father is writing for his girl. When they discover the center of the universe, a lot of people will be disappointed they are not it. Don’t be afraid that your life will end, be afraid it will never begin. Because in the end, you

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Country music star Merle Haggard is coming to the VFW Fairgrounds in Carrollton on Saturday, April 26. The 76-year-old “outlaw country” legend will bring a nearly 50-year career to the fairgrounds’ stage. Haggard had a string of No. 1 hit songs stretching from 1966 to 1987, including his most well-known, “Okie from Muskogee,” “The Fightin’ Side of Me” and “Mama Tried.” Haggard was one of the pioneers of the “Bakersfield sound,” which reacted against the slickly produced, orchestral nature of country music at the time in the 1950s. Haggard’s outlaw nature wasn’t just a stage act, however. In his youth, he did several stints in juvenile detention centers, and in 1957 was arrested and served three years in prison for attempted robbery. When he was released in 1960, Haggard tried to clean up his behavior to focus on music. Six years later, he scored his first No. 1 hit with “I’m a Lonesome Fugitive.” Though he never again returned to prison, Haggard battled drug problems well into his successful music career, which he has since kicked. In 2008, Haggard had a health scare when he was diagnosed with lung cancer, in which a part of his lung had to be

The 76-year-old legend will perform at the fairgrounds’ stage in Carrollton on April 26. removed. Despite health issues and advancing age, Haggard hasn’t stopped living the life of a working musician. In both 2010 and 2011, he released new albums, though neither reached particularly high on the country charts, indicative of the ever-changing landscape of country music. Along with recent new material, Haggard has toured consistently, from festivals to headlining shows like the one on April 26. At 76, Haggard is booked regularly for 2014, tallying nearly 40 shows by

the end of the year. In Haggard’s immense career, he has released 76 studio albums, 48 compilation albums, 96 singles and 38 number one singles. Gates on April 26 will open at 5:30 p.m. Opening for Haggard will be Groove Gypsies, SawDust and Doug Colosio. Tickets are $46.65 for general admission, $30 for military veterans. To order tickets, visit southermoonproductions.com. The VFW Fairgrounds in Carrollton is located at 1625 Bankhead Hwy.

Manufacturing Appreciation Week April 14-18 By Greg Wright President, Coweta County Development Authority

Each year, the State of Georgia recognizes the valuable contribution Georgia’s manufacturers make to our state’s economy through Manufacturing Appreciation Week. This year’s celebration will take place April 14 -18 and includes a luncheon in Atlanta to showcase Georgia manufacturers and to announce the Manufacturers of the Year. There are nearly 9,500 manufacturing facilities in Georgia, employing approximately 350,000 people. Those who have heard me speak know that I regularly point out the value of existing industries. Economic development experts tell us that up to 80 percent of new job growth in a community comes from existing companies prospering within a community. That is certainly the case in Coweta

Greg Wright County. We are very fortunate to have a diverse group of manufacturers, many having operated in the community for decades. However, manufacturers face many challenges in today’s global economy, and our community is working in partnership with these companies to help find solutions for the future.

One program through the Chamber (Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce) and t he Development Aut hority helps bring industries together to work on collaborative efforts, including talent recruitment and retention and safety. We have many talented industries in our community who stand to benefit as they teach their best practices to other companies and as they learn from each other. Another local effort helps bring together local educators and manufacturers to talk about the needs of the industrial community from a skills standpoint. It is important to note that manufacturing jobs generally pay at a level higher than the local average. So, by promoting an open dialogue, manufacturers can help promote the skills that are necessary for success in today’s environment and talk about future trends within their industries. I encourage you to take time during Manufacturing Appreciation Week to learn more about some of the local companies we have in Coweta County and the valuable contributions they make to the success of our community.

Nav y Sea m a n Recr u it Matthew T. Ireland, son of Shawn and Wendy Ireland of Grantville and a 2012 graduate of Newnan High School, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command in Great Lakes, Ill. During the eight-week program, Ireland completed a variety of training that included classroom study and practical instruction on naval customs, first aid, firefighting, water safety and survival, and shipboard and aircraft safety. An emphasis was also placed on physical fitness. T he capstone event of boot ca mp is battle stations. This exercise gives the recruits the skills and confidence they need to succeed in the fleet. Battle stations is designed to galvanize the basic warrior attributes of sacrifice, dedication, teamwork, and endurance in each recruit through the practical application of the basic Navy

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with $25 going to each school where the subscription was sold.

(Located on Roscoe Road - 1 mile north of Hwy. 34 By-pass)

SIX-MONTH SUBSCRIPTION= $57.50

(770) 251-5353

with $12.50 going to each school where the subscription was sold.

HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE: ~ Palm Sunday ~

~ Holy Saturday ~

5:30 PM ........................................Saturday Vigil 8:00 AM , 10:00 AM .................................Mass 12:00 PM ...................................Mass (Spanish)

10:00 AM.................................Easter Egg Hunt 12:00 PM .................Blessing of Easter Foods 8:00 PM.....................Easter Vigil (Bi-lingual)

~ Holy Thursday ~

~ Easter Sunday ~

6:00 PM.......The Mass of the Lord’s Supper 8:00 PM.......The Mass of the Lord’s Supper (Spanish) 7:00 PM-Midnight......... Adoration (Chapel)

8:00 & 10:00 AM ........................................Mass 12:00 PM ...................................Mass (Spanish)

~ Good Friday ~ 1:00 PM ........................The Seven Last Words 2:00 PM...................................................Tenebrae 3:00 PM.................Live Stations of the Cross (Parish Grounds - Spanish) 7:00 PM .....Solemn Veneration of the Cross

“Jesus invites; St. George welcomes.”

In addition,

we will offer a monetary bonus to the school in each division elementary, middle and high school - that sells the most subscriptions.

CASH FOR CLASS SUBSCRIPTION ORDER FORM

ONE-YEAR SUBSCRIPTION @ $115.00

Please send 25 to the following school: ________________________________________________ $

Name:

City:

SIX-MONTH SUBSCRIPTION @ $57.50

Please send $12.50 to the following school: ________________________________________________ Address:

State:

Zip:

Visa

Daytime Phone:

MasterCard Amex

Name on Card:

Billing Address (If different from mailing address):

Card Number:

CVV Code:

Exp. Date:

Mail to: The Newnan Times-Herald, c/o Cash for Class, P. O. 1052, Newnan, GA 30264

For more information, call 770.304.3373 • Offer valid (1 year only) for new and renewal subscriptions.

Check

Discover

Bargain Buys $200 or less

600

427

Dining Table

Sturdy. Golden oak. 42” x 72” $195

For Sale

678-416-8039 770-304-3588

Ottoman

Large, dark green. 36 in. x 28 in. Excellent condition. $50

770-253-1576 • times-herald.com

100

ANNOUNCEMENTS Auctions

150

Advertise Your Auction

In over 100 newspapers for only $350 . Your 25-word classified ad will reach more than 1 million readers. Call Jennifer Labon at the Georgia Newspaper Service.

770-454-6776

Special Notices

151

Divorce

With or without children, $125. Includes name change and property settlement agreement. Save hundreds. Fast and easy. Call 24/7:

1-888-733-7165

Were you Implanted with a St. Jude Riata

Defibrillator Lead Wire

between June 2001 and December 2010? Have you had this lead replaced, capped or did you receive shocks from the lead? You may be entitled to compensation. Contact Attorney Charles Johnson.

1-800-535-5727

300 EMPLOYMENT

TO OUR READERS The Newnan Times-Herald does not knowingly accept advertisements regarding employment which are not bona fide job offers. This newspaper is committed to providing a reliable source and marketplace for those individuals seeking employment. Be cautious when attempting to do business with any unknown person or company. Please analyze all advertisements carefully and use good judgment and common sense. This newspaper does not knowingly accept advertisements that discriminate or intend to discriminate on any illegal basis. Nor does this newspaper knowingly accept advertisements that promote illegal activities.

Drivers Trucking

306

25 New Driver Trainees Needed!

Become a driver for TMC Transportation! Earn $750 per week! No CDL? No problem! Local 15 day Training!

1-877-648-2755

ATTN: Drivers

Bring a rider! $$$ Up to 50 cpm $$$ BCBS + 401K + Pet Rider. Quality hometime. Orientation sign on bonus. CDL-A req.

877-258-8782

www.ad-drivers.com

Covenant Needs Driver Trainees!

Drivers are in demand & we need you! No CDL? No problem! 16 Day CDL training avail! Opportunity awaits.

Call Today!

N. GA: 866-494-7435 or S. GA: 866-557-9244

Drivers

CDL-A Solo & Team

Drivers needed. Top pay for hazmat. OTR & regional runs. CDLgrads welcome. 700+ trucks & growing!

1-888-928-6011

www.Drive4Total.com

Drivers:

Run FB with WTI. Be home through the week and weekends. Start up to 28% plus fuel bonus. New equipment. BCBS. Experience needed. LP available.

877-693-1305

Yard Sale Special! 6 lines • 3 days $29.85

770-253-1576

Drivers Trucking

306

Experienced

OTR Flatbed Drivers earn 50 up to 55 cpm loaded. $1,000 sign on to qualified drivers. Home most weekends. EOE Call:

843-266-3731

www.bulldoghiway.com

Drivers

New Pay-for-experience program pays up to $.41/mile. Class A Professional Drivers call for details:

877-277-7298

www.Super ServiceLLC.com

Drivers CDL-A

Train and work for us! Professional, focused CDL training available. Choose company driver, owner operator, lease operator, or lease trainer. 877-369-6712 www.CentralTruck DrivingJobs.com

Hotels/ Restaurant

312

Frank's Family Restaurant

Hiring all positions

Apply M-F between 2-5.

Apply in person

1188 Collinsworth Rd.

Palmetto, GA 30268 General

326

Heavy Equipment

Operator Career

High demand for certified bulldozer, backhoe, and trackhoe operators. Hands on training provided. Fantastic earning potential! Veterans with benefits encouraged to apply.

866-362-6497

Now Hiring

at H & M Check Cashing Service Part-Time Teller Must speak Spanish and English. Must pass background check. For info call Hugo:

770-251-1211

Prior applicants encouraged to reapply

Now Hiring

Property Damage Inspectors needed. No experience necessary. Will train. Full-time & part-time.

877-207-6716

www.aaronspa.biz/ nowhiring

Schools /Instruction

336

Airline Careers

Begin here. Get FAA approved Aviation Maintenance Technichan training. Financial aid for qualified students. Housing available. Job placement assistance. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance:

866-564-9634

www.fixjets.com

Medical Office Trainees Needed!

Train to become a Medical Office Assistant. No experience needed! Online training at SC gets you job ready! HS Diploma/GED & PC/Internet Needed!

400

404-408-6531

Pedestal

Beautiful. Excellent condition. White with a touch of gray. 36 in. high. $25

MARKETPLACE

Appliances

770-252-5458

Queen Sized

402

Bed & box spring with frame. (Englander) $100.

Generator

Generator Generac 5500 11HP Honda motor. Excellent condition. $575.

678-416-8203

Set of Books

404-408-6531

Furniture

VC Andrews “Flowers in the Attic”, set of 5. From 1980. $45

409

Bedroom Suite

Set of Glasses

21 McDonald's collectible drinking glasses. All for $100.

770-502-9347

Riding Mower

Scott brand, manuf. by John Deere. 16hp, 24 in. cut. Powered by Kohler engine. Incl. bagger and aerator. $900

Boat Sales / Services

678-423-5400

427

Sell it quick!

678-416-8203

770-253-1576

Naval Commissioning Sword $100.

Call Melissa at 678-642-3443

Don’t put it in the attic, sell it in the classifieds! 770-253-1576

Got an Auto, RV, Truck, Motorcycle or Boat For Sale?

Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention, to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination.” Familial status www.jimsells.com includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination call HUD toll-free at this number: 1-800-669-9777. The toll free telephone number for the hearing impaired is 1-800927-9275.

10+ Homes Available Locally

Sell it fast with an ad in the Classifieds 770-253-1576

Run your real estate ad on Friday, Saturday and Sunday in The Newnan Times-Herald and on times-herald.com for only 60

Classifieds

16 Jefferson St. • Newnan, GA 30263

770-253-1576

Pro Pave, LLC

coweta

F&F Ornamental Iron

• Streets • Ashpalt driveways • Parking Lots • Seal Coating “Specializing in all your paving needs!”

Free Estimates Church Discounts

concrete service, llc

tear out

/ replace

celebrating

30 years in business!

770-949-7283 cell 404-392-2963

Call for a FREE Estimate! Gene King

Home Improvement

NewtonMore construction

Home Improvement & Handyman Services

• Repairs • Drywall • Painting • Decks • Windows • Doors

• Screen Rooms • Basement Finishing • Siding • Gutters

All your remodeling needs

free estimates senior & veteran discounts Licensed & Insured

Service, Inc.

Water Heaters Service & Repair

Lawn Sprinklers Service & Repair

Water Leaks Backflow Install & Testing

“The Single Source For All Your Plumbing Needs”

www.watersourceplumbing.com

Over 30 years experience Locally owned and operated / Fully licensed and insured

twitter.com/wsplumbing

facebook.com/watersourceplumbing

manny the

handyman

J. Veitch Construction, Inc. Licensed • Insured

Insured

25 Years Exp.

Specializing in Handicap Ramps & Rails Frank Fersch

Francine Fersch

Home Improvement

➧ New Homes and Garages ➧ Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling ➧ Tile Showers, Floors and Back Splashes ➧ Interior/Exterior Painting and Staining ➧ Sun Rooms and Screen Porches ➧ Outdoor Living Spaces & Masonry ➧ Specializing in Customer Service

• home improvement & repairs • finished basements • electrical / plumbing • drywall / trim work • pressure washing • int. - ext. painting • all types of flooring • kitchen / bathroom remoddeling • roofing / siding / gutters • windows / doors • decks /screen porch No Job Too Large or Small Over 33 years experienced For your FREE Estimate call:

678-378-4860

770-328-8936 770-599-6382

Call Jason for a Free Estimate!!

678-859-8492

770-940-4057

Lawn/Landscaping

Lawn/Landscaping

Lawn/Landscaping

Painting

Great Cuts

C Lawn are • Mowing • Weed Eating • Blow • Edge • Residential and Commercial

Beautiful Yards Is Our Business

Spruce Up Your Home! by Casey Stamps

DESIGN INSTALLATION HARDSCAPES MAINTENANCE DRAINAGE SOD

18+ Years Experience Painting & Pressure Washing FREE ESTIMATES! Quality Professional Work

678-416-0115 706-637-6087

Green Creations

LANDSCAPE SERVICE

678-935-8919 www.GreenCreationsLandscape.com

call tim:

678-920-4945 free estimates • insured

Refinishing

WATER Source

Free Estimates

slabs • patios pool decks

Home Improvement

Prevent Falls before they happen!

“When we leave.... ...it’s finished!”

sidewalks • driveways

770-253-1576

classifieds@newnan.com

Reg. price $ 75

Handicap Services

“Everyone can afford asphalt with Tom!”

Contact Ashley to place your ad!

Up to 10 lines.

Concrete

Drain Cleaning

Stylists

404-285-9209

Asphalt & Paving

Sewer

for Newnan and Peachtree City locations. Must be good at clipper cuts as well as women and children. Haircuts only, no color services.

1 BR Apt.

Sudoku Solution

Need some fast cash?

Service Directory

Detection & Repair

Great Styles looking for full and part time

714

3 Sutherland Dr. Newnan. Central H/A. $450

614

TO OUR READERS

503

Sword

Plumbing

337

Duplexes For Rent

Homes Foradvertising in All real estate this newspaper is subject 704 to the Rent-Unfurn.

770-683-5499

Welding Careers

Beauty / Hair Stylists

or online at:

www.gapress.org/georgianewspaperservice.html

RENTAL PROPERTY

Jon Boat

770-871-5379 or 770-254-1155

877-205-2968

770-454-6776

Contact B2R: 855-940-0227

12 ft. Alum. Used one time. $350

1-888-407-7162

Hands on training for career opportunities in aviation, automotive, manufacturing and more. Financial aid for qualified students-Job and Housing assistance available. Call AIM:

Advertise your vacation property to more than 1 million Georgia newspaper readers. Your 25-word classified ad will appear in over 100 Georgia newspapers for only $350. Call Jennifer Labon at the Georgia Newspaper Service at:

www.B2RFinance.com

VEHICLES MOTORCYCLES RVs/CAMPERS WATERCRAFT

42 in, 17.5 hp, 6 speed, adjustable cut. Floating deck. Bagger. $650.

709

Vacation Property

500 700

411

Lawn Tractor

Bargain Buys $200 or less

Vacation Rentals

We finance from 5-500 units. As low as 5.5%. 1-4 fam. townhome, condos OK.

770-251-1212

770-639-5707

MyConnection Sudoku Puzzle

Houses, townhomes, apartments All price ranges! As low as $600 770-683-1221 or 770-683-1199

Loans for Landlords!

770-463-4040

Dresser with mirror, chest of drawers, 1 night stand, double bed with frame, headboard and footboard, includes craftmatic mattress. $495 OBO.

Lawn / Garden / Nursery

Home Buyer Services

704

Fantastic Newnan Rentals

TO OUR READERS All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention, to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination.” Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination call HUD toll-free at this number: 1-800-669-9777. The toll free telephone number for the hearing impaired is 1-800927-9275.

24' Fiberglass Extension $150

• Call 770-253-1576 • Fax 770-253-2538 • Email classifieds@newnan.com

Homes For Rent-Unfurn.

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE

678-378-8894

To place your ad

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Recycling the Past Antiques

Furniture Refinishing and Restoration • Furniture Repairs • Chair Re-gluing • Chair Press Canning • Furniture Stripping • Custom Stains and Glazes • Residential, Commercial and Dealers • Pickup and Deliver • Open 7 days a week

107 Jefferson Street Next to the new Public Safety Center 678-633-5788 We love our antiques.

Free Consultations

Security/Alarms

Tree Services

Tree Services

’s

n c lanto expert

tree removal stump grinding Trimming, Chipping, Debris Removal, Hauling Licensed & Insured Experienced Excellent References

call mike:

678-416-5684

recyclingthepastllc@gmail.com

To advertise in The Newnan Times-Herald Service Directory, call 770-253-1576.

Tree & Outdoor Services

free estimates

Family Owned & Operated

Special Offer:

10% Off

Any Service Up to $2,500 w/maximum allowance of $250

Must present coupon at time of estimate. Can not be combined with any other offers.

• Tree Removal • Stump Grinding • Pruning & Trimming • Bobcat Work • Brush Clearing • Storm Clean Up • Pressure Washing Office: 770-253-5883 email: Jeremy@s2tree.com

Drug Free Licensed Insured Work Place www.S2Tree.com

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