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o matter what the score is, give game day fans something to cheer about with great food, and plenty of it. these simple, delicious recipes are easy for you to make, which means you can sit back and enjoy the game with everybody else. See page 6 for flavorful recipes to make your game day party a winner.

More Game Day Favorites: Buffalo Chicken Wings Seven Layer Dip Spinach Dip Bread Bowl Turkey Chili Guacamole and Chips Swedish Meatballs Loaded Potato Skins Italian Sausage Lollipops

Cajun Chicken Sausage Jambalaya

Easy Sausage Roll-ups

Stay Healthy in the Sick Season of Sneezes and Sniffles

Getting Ready for Tax Season METRO GRAPHICS

The elderly are more at risk for serious side effects from the cold and flu. METRO GRAPHICS

The cold weather brings with it a season of smiles, and unfortunately, cold and flu outbreaks. While everyone else is suffering, there are ways you can make it through the season unscathed. It is estimated that a billion people across North America will succumb to the cold virus this season, says Medline. Considering there is no cure for cold and flu viruses, prevention remains a person's best option at fending off cold and flu. There are different precautions to take that can help protect you against getting sick or at least reduce the frequency and severity with which cold and flu strikes. Although there is no magic pill to take that will prevent you from catching a cold or the flu, there are ways to improve your odds. Wash your hands the right way. Washing your hands frequently remains the single-best way to keep viruses and bacteria that can make you sick from infiltrating the body. Washing your hands for at least 20 seconds can effectively remove any dirt, grime and invisible invaders. Skip antibacterial products. Because colds and the flu are the result of viruses,

which are different in behavior and structure from bacteria, they will not be killed off with the use of antibacterial products. What you may succeed in doing is killing off any beneficial bacteria on your hands as well as creating resistant bacteria that form with over-use of antibiotics and antibacterial products. Get the flu shot. There is no vaccination to prevent the common cold, but there are immunizations that can help reduce your risk of getting the flu or help minimize its severity. Doctors' offices, clinics and even pharmacies all offer annual flu shots. Cough into your sleeve. Rather than coughing or sneezing into your hands, do so into the crook of your elbow since this area rarely touches anything else. Use sanitizer on items around the house. Surfaces that are frequently touched by all members of the household should be wiped down with a disinfectant product. A bleach-and-water solution is an effective sanitizer. Surfaces to sanitize include phones, doorknobs, light switches, remote controls, computer keyboards, faucets, toys, and countertops. Avoid sick people.

states that flu viruses and colds can travel up to 12 feet (from a sneeze or cough). Steer clear of anyone exhibiting symptoms, especially someone who is frequently sneezing or coughing. Parents should keep children home from school if they are sick. Do so until symptoms subside so as not to infect others. Use a sanitizer product. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advise that when hand-washing is not readily available, a good way to kill germs is to use an alcohol-based sanitizer lotion. While not as effective as washing hands in warm, soapy water, sanitizing products can be used in a pinch while you're on the go. Skip the buffet lunch. Buffet-style offerings are convenient and offer variety, but they are also a breeding ground for illnesses. These foods may have been sneezed or coughed on. Also, the serving spoons have been touched by dozens of people. There are many different ways to avoid getting a cold or the flu this season. Diligence is one of the keys to staying germ-free.

A new year not only brings a host of new opportunities, but it also brings a host of familiar obligations. One such obligation is paying taxes, which doesn't have to be done until mid-April. But waiting until the last minute with respect to taxes can make the process even more difficult, and putting it off certainly won't help those people who vowed to stop procrastinating in the new year. Getting a headstart on tax season can be beneficial in numerous ways, not the least of which is avoiding the last-minute rush to file your return come the filing deadline. Even if you have yet to receive your W-2 (which you should have in hand by January 31), there are steps you can take to get ready for the coming tax season. Gather your documents. Your W-2 is likely not the only document you will need to prepare your tax return. Statements regarding your investments, student loan payments, mortgage and a host of other documents might be necessary for you to fill out your return. You should start receiving these documents in January, so gather them as they come in and keep them in a convenient place. This will ensure you don't get frustrated when filling out your return while increasing the chances you earn all of the credits and deductions you deserve.

Examine past returns. Many people have questions when filling out their tax returns, but those who wait until the waning days of tax season to prepare their returns ignore those questions in an effort to make the filing deadline. When you start preparing for tax season early, examine past returns and see if there are any questions you wanted to ask in the past that you didn't have time for. Write these questions down as you comb through your past returns and bring the questions to your tax preparer when the time comes. If you don't plan on hiring a professional to prepare your taxes, you can contact the IRS with your questions, and the earlier you do so, the more quickly you are likely to have your questions answered. Take your time. When you decide to get an early start on your taxes, you allow yourself to take your time preparing your return. This reduces the likelihood of getting stressed when filing your return. Many people get a bit nervous when filing a tax return, but that stress can be even greater if you leave everything until the last minute. If you're starting early, take your time when working on your return and don't succumb to any potential stressors.



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Martin Luther King, Jr. MEMORIAL AND PARADE

Memorial Service Zion Hill Baptist Church January 11 7:00 p.m. PARADE Newnan High School January 12 Noon New this year is an essay contest. Winners will present their essays at the Memorial Service. The parade will step off from Armory Road at Newnan High School, with a lunch following the parade back at the Newnan High cafeteria. The parade goes north along LaGrange Street, through downtown Newnan, up Jackson Street, turning on Wesley Street and ending at Willie Lynch Park. Info: 770-253-1559/678-423-0469


The Centre for Performing and Visual Arts January 13 3:00 p.m. Called the most entertaining history lesson ever performed. Show authentically reproduces the look, choreography, style and sound made famous by the record label that went on to profoundly influence the history of popular music. Tickets are $10. Info: 770-254-2787

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If it seems like your grocery bills are getting bigger, you’re not imagining it: food prices are on the rise, and poised to go higher. Scarce rainfall plus last summer’s record-breaking heat resulted in scorched crops in many of the nation’s grain-producing regions. The reduced harvest has caused higher prices at the supermarket now, for products ranging from cereal to soda, and from bacon to beef. The World Bank has even warned that high and volatile food prices may be the “new normal.” Shoppers can take a fewClaxton easy steps to help ease the bite on food budgets.

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How to Establish a Budget for the New Year METRO GRAPHICS

Resolutions abound come the dawn of a new year. Fitness and finances tend to dominate many people’s resolutions, with the goals of shedding a few pounds and saving more money both being popular resolutions. For those whose focus will be on finances in the coming year, establishing a budget for the new year is a good place to start. The following are a few tips for men and women that should help them plan budgets for the new year and reach their financial goals over the next 12 months. Start with your income. How much money is being brought into the household will go a long way toward determining your budget. This month when people will receive their earnings statements from the previous year, should provide a clear-cut picture of just how much income the household is generating. Once you have that information, you can begin to establish a budget. Make a list of your bills. Knowing what’s coming in is important when establishing a budget, but so is having a firm grasp of what’s going out. Make a list of all of your monthly expenses, from the big ones like a mortgage payment to the smaller ones like how much you spend on a cup of coffee each day. When making a list of these expenses, make note of the day bills are due each month. This can help you determine which weeks of each month you’ll be able to save more money and which weeks you will need to tighten your belt and pay existing bills. Such knowledge will help you establish a budget. Make a list of anticipated expenses. Some expenses are there every month. Others are those you expect, such as home improvement projects you plan to finance in the coming year. Make a list of these anticipated



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expenses. This may involve taking some inventory of things around the house, such as any appliances that may be on their last legs, bigger issues like a roof that may need to be replaced or a bathroom you finally plan to remodel. Once you have compiled this list, research how much each project figures to cost you. This should give you an idea of how realistic each project is for you, and whether or not you will be able to tackle multiple projects in the coming year.

more common ways people cut costs at the dawn of a new year includes deciding to dine out less, removing premium channels from their cable television package, driving less to save money on fuel and forgoing store-bought coffee for java they make at home. Each of these budget cuts can lead to substantial savings over a full year, and none of them are life-altering to the point of lowering a person’s quality of life.

Don’t forget about debts. Many people plan a budget more to get out of debt than to save for a rainy day. When establishing a budget for the year ahead, calculate how much debt you’re currently carrying. Though you can do so if you prefer, it’s best to exclude existing installment loans like a mortgage or a car note from your list of debts. Though those can be considered money you owe, they are more in line with the monthly expenses you need to live than credit card debts you simply need to get rid of. If your debt is considerable or even small, see if there is anything you can remove from your list of monthly expenses so you can devote that money to eliminating your debt. In addition, those with considerable debt should prioritize ending that debt over projects you want to tackle that aren’t exactly necessities. For example, if your kitchen is outdated but still safe and functional, postpone the kitchen remodel until you have eliminated your debt.

Include savings into your budget. Living on a budget is not always easy, especially for those people who are not used to doing so. When establishing your budget, include weekly, bi-weekly and monthly savings goals into the budget. If you stick to this plan, you will have something to show for your financial discipline at the end of each month, and light at the end of the tunnel can be a motivating factor as you adapt to living on a budget. The new year is a great time to turn over a new financial leaf, and establishing a budget is a great way to get started on a path to a brighter financial future.

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Many motorists rarely think about their auto insurance policies. Among an adult's many monthly or annual expenses, once signed, an auto insurance policy is essentially forgotten. However, with a few simple tips, drivers can significantly reduce the cost of their auto insurance. Reexamine your coverage. As a vehicle ages, it's wise for men and women to reexamine that vehicle's coverage. Older vehicles without much market value, for example, probably don't need collision or comprehensive coverage. That's because your claims on older vehicles are not likely to exceed your deductible, so paying for collision or comprehensive coverage on an older vehicle is essentially paying for something you're never going to use. Another area where motorists frequently spend more than they need is on personal injury protection. Chances are, men and women with health insurance are just duplicating coverage by paying for more than the bare minimum personal injury protection under their auto insurance policies. The same holds true for men and women with adequate life and disability insurance. Put safety first. Insurance companies value a vehicle's safety features, and drivers can

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Henderson says you need to choose great bedding, and learn how to layer it. “Make sure you have tons of textures and layers,” she said. “More than any other room, upholstery is important. In your bedroom, you want everything soft. You don’t necessarily need a lot of patterns or colors. The key is to contrast tex­tures like wools, linens, cashmeres and knits to make it feel inviting. Remember to keep everything in your color palette to avoid it looking messy or feeling busy.” Here is her step-by-step guide to layering bedding like a pro:

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Choose the Right Color Palette Color really sets the mood for a room. While soft, cool colors and neutrals create a soothing mood, strong colors add drama. Henderson says that some colors, such as red, yellow and hot colors like fuchsia and orange, can feel aggressive. “As much as I love a bold color, I often work with blues, grays and creams as the dominant colors for a bedroom,” says Henderson. “Go for a neutral like taupe or ivory if you want it to feel warmer, or a cooler neutral like light blue or grey if you want it to feel more calming. Then you can add hits of a stronger accent color.” A good rule of thumb when choosing colors is 60-30-10.

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Sixty percent of the room should be the dominant color (walls), 30 percent a secondary color (uphol­stery) and 10 percent an accent color (accessories.) When choosing your colors, start with something you love as your inspiration. It can be a painting, a pillow or even your favorite vase. Use that item to build out the perfect color palette for your bedroom.

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a blanket — The next layer is a soft blanket. Depending on the season and the climate in your area, you can go with a lighter cotton or fleece blan­ket, or a heavier wool one.

The Better Sleep Council says that, in general, a mattress set that has been in use for seven years should be replaced in order to give you the best comfort and sup­port possible. “If it’s time to replace your mattress, think about upgrading your whole bed,” says Henderson. “An adjustable bed can offer not only customizable comfort but a chic look, too.” She recommends considering an upholstered bed for a look that is softer and more cozy; a simple platform bed for something more modern; or an ornate iron bed frame for something more antique and old world. To get the designer look you see in magazines and on websites for your bed,


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a room and give it a complete look. Henderson says she likes to use mirrors on the wall instead of big, bold art. “Mirrors expand the space and fill the wall, but they don’t add a lot of contrast or busyness. Other ideas for stylish accents include:

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and the school system will reimburse the authority for the cost. “We have given them a preliminary number of just over a million dollars,” said Jay Boren, authority interim general manager. The project will consist of six to eight miles of “force main” and two lift stations, according to the preliminary engineering study, Boren said. The route hasn’t been determined. “We’re looking at coming up Corinth Road currently,” Boren said, but “it is not set in stone.” The cost isn’t, either. There will be

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and remarks from hospital officials make it clear they are ready to officially celebrate the opening of Georgia’s newest hospital on Tuesday at 745 Poplar Road beside Interstate 85. “We’ve waited a long time to be able to welcome patients to their new community hospital,” said Tim Stack, president and CEO of Piedmont

Hea lt hca re. “ We’re proud of the new facility and the expanded services we offer residents of Coweta County and the surroundRelated ing areas. The open- story, page of ing 5A the new Piedmont Newna n Hospita l is pa ramount to our vision of providing comprehensive, quality health care services across the Piedmont Healthcare system.” The final days of joint operation between the two facilities are scheduled down to the minute to make sure that essentia l ser vices offered at Hospital Road remain in place until those services are

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Westmoreland hears concerns about energy regulations By W. WINSTON SKINNER U.S. Rep. Lynn Westmoreland toured CowetaFayette EMC’s north Coweta headquarters on Friday afternoon. His tour followed a meeting with CowetaFayette staff and directors about federal energy

Monthly foreclosure totals for Coweta over the last year are:

There are 163 foreclosurerelated advertisements listed in today’s legal advertising section of The Newnan Times-Herald. That’s up slightly from last month, when there were 160 — the lowest of the year. July’s 224 notices were the highest of the year. This month’s foreclosures are almost exclusively singlefamily residential properties. However, one that isn’t residential is a 43.25-acre tract along Hwy. 16 East owned by PTV LLC. The property was formerly the Autumn’s Gate mobile home park. Acc ord i n g to t h e le g a l advertisement, the sale under power is to secure debt under a promissory note that was originally executed on June 27, 2006, for $3.5 million. The promissory note was modified several times, with the most recent modification on March 24, 2010. The last principal amount listed was $2,115,536, listed from a modification on Aug. 5, 2009. PTV originally bought the property in June 2005. Georgia’s foreclosure rates remain among the highest in the country. According to Realty Trac, Georgia is one

■ Sept. 2011 - 120 (down from 199 in 2010, or -39 percent). ■ Oct. 2011 - 154 (down from 237 in 2010, or -35 percent). ■ Nov. 2011 - 242 (down from 307 in 2010, or -21 percent). ■ Dec. 2011 - 155 (down from 199 in 2010, or -22 percent). ■ Jan. 2012 - 199 (down from 217 in 2011, or -8.3 percent). ■ Feb. 2012 - 165 (down from 227 in 2011, or -27 percent). ■ March 2012 - 164 (down from 235 in 2011, or -30 percent). ■ April 2012 - 162 (up from 159 in 2011, or 1.8 percent). ■ May 2012 - 214 (up from 183 in 2011, or 16.9 percent). ■ June 2012 - 185 (up from 166 in 2011, or 10 percent). ■ July 2012 - 224 (up from 153 in 2011, or 46 percent). ■ Aug. 2012 - 160 (down from 211 in 2011, or 32 percent). ■ Sept. 2012 - 163 (up from 120 in 2011, or 35 percent).

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a clause in the memorandum of understanding about possible unforeseen extra costs. “As long as it is justifiable… we won’t be liable for that,” Boren said. “Of course we’re going to monitor this project like every one of them, and hold costs as low as we can,” he said. The sewer line will connect to the under-construction extension along Highway 16, which will send wastewater to the authority’s Shenandoah

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Public hearing tonight at 6 on county budget

By SARAH FAY CAMPBELL A public hearing on Coweta County’s fiscal year 2013 budget is on the agenda for tonight’s meeting of the Coweta County Board of Commissioners. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. in the county commission chambers on Perry Street. The meeting, which is normally held on the first Tuesday of the month, was moved to today because of Labor Day. Coweta County is on an October to September fiscal year. The commissioners are set to approve the budget at

the Sept. 18 meeting. Other items on the agenda include: ■ A request by Stalwart Films to close a portion of Coweta-Heard Road for filming of AMC hit cable TV show “The Walking Dead.” ■ A decision on the request of The Heritage School for a variance of the planting requirements around a newlyconstructed detention pond. The detention pond was built as part of an expansion of the school. The pond is completely surrounded by forest, according to the planning department.

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The board of the Coweta County Water and Sewerage Authority gave tentative approval Wednesday to a memorandum of understanding with the Coweta County Board of Education for the construction of a sewer line to serve a proposed middle school on Corinth Road. The water and sewerage authority will be responsible for design and installation of the sewer line and lift stations,

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family,” said farm owner Carl Bouckaert, himself a world-class rider who recently competed in the London Olympics for his native Belgium. What makes the AEC unique is that the national championship isn’t just for world-class horses and riders. There will be competitions in categories from beginner/novice all the way to advanced.

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Piedmont Newnan Hospital officially opens Tuesday at its new campus at 745 Poplar Road. But before that can happen the aging facility on Hospital Road must be officially closed. It’s not a process that happens with the flip of a switch or wave of a magic wand. Moving from the old facility to the new is actually a balancing act that requires keeping both facilities open for more than a week as people, equipment and procedures underPhoto by Jeffrey Leo go a transition that allows no for error. There was activity Friday at the new Poplar Road campus of Piedmont Newnan Hospital, set to offi- room It’s not a process anyone cially open Tuesday. On Friday, outpatient radiology procedures began at the new hospital and the outpatient lab and respiratory center opened. The Poplar Road Command Center, from which the takes lightly. But, so far, the procedure is going smoothly final move will be overseen Tuesday, opened Friday during daytime hours.

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River. Admission is free, and Cowetans are invited to attend the competition. Competition begins today with dresSome of the finest riders and horses in the world will be in South Fulton County sage. Dressage and cross-country comthis weekend for the American Eventing petition will be held Friday. Cross country and show jumping will take place on Championships. This is the third and final year that Saturday, and show jumping will conthe AEC will be held at Bouckaert Farm clude on Sunday. “Make no mistake. This will be a true at Chattahoochee Hills, which is located on the banks of the Chattahoochee festival of eventing and fun for the whole

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Coweta’s Greatest Generation The Newnan Times-Herald spent over a year highlighting the stories of surviving local World World II veterans in a project called “Our Greatest Generation.” This award-winning series presented the stories of over 120 local men and women and was a favorite of readers young and old.

Cajun Chicken Sausage Jambalaya Yield: 6 servings 1 large onion, chopped 1 medium green pepper, chopped 2 ribs celery, chopped 2 jalapeño peppers, seeded and diced (optional) 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 package (12 ounces) Cajun Style Chicken Sausage links, sliced 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 can (28 ounces) tomatoes, diced 1/2 cup water 1 tablespoon tomato paste 3/4 teaspoon Cajun seasoning 1/2 pound frozen cooked medium shrimp, thawed and tails removed 2 cups hot cooked rice In a large saucepan, sauté onion, pepper, celery and jalapeño peppers in oil until crisp-tender. Add sausage and garlic; sauté 1 to 2 minutes longer. Add tomatoes, water, tomato paste and seasoning; bring to a boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer for 15 minutes. Stir in shrimp and rice; heat through.

Since the series ended, we have had countless requests to reproduce this collection of stories so they may be preserved for future generations and enjoyed time and again in their entirety.

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Gyro Brat Hoagie Yield: 6 servings Sauce 1 cup (8 ounces) sour cream 1/2 medium cucumber, peeled, seeded and finely chopped 2 cloves garlic, minced 2 teaspoons fresh parsley, chopped 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon cracked black pepper, optional Hoagie 1 package (19 ounces) Original Bratwurst 1 loaf (1 pound) French bread 1 small onion, thinly sliced 1 medium tomato, thinly sliced Preheat oven to 350°F. In a bowl, combine sauce ingredients. Cover and refrigerate until serving. Grill brats according to package directions. When cool enough to handle, cut into 1/4-inch bias slices. Slice French bread lengthwise and transfer to a baking sheet. Arrange brat slices on bread bottom. Bake at 350°F for 10 minutes or until bread is lightly browned. Remove from oven. Top with the sauce, onion and tomato. Cut hoagie and serve.

We are pleased to announce the entire series has been published in a limited edition hardcover book with 288 pages that tell the stories and feature photographs of these proud men and women.

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A collection of stories from Coweta County’s WWII Veterans and The Newnan Times-Herald Harold Barron

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INDEX 100 - Announcements 200 - Services Offered 300 - Employment 400 - Marketplace

To place your ad

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P l ac An A e d

Drivers -

700 - Rentals 800 - Commercial


Real Estate/Rentals Bargain Buys MyConnection Sudoku Get increased exposurePuzzle with our


Drivers -

600 - Real Estate

• Call 770-253-1576 • Fax 770-253-2538 • Email • Log on to /7 Autos/Recreation Yard Sale Special 100 Times-Herald Specials

500 - Autos/Recreation

156 Trucking 306 Trucking 306 Instruction 336 Four options – 7, 14, 21 or 28 days FREE 6-line, 1-day ad for 3 Days + 6 Lines + 25% Off Daily Rate $ used merchandise $200 or less with daily rates low as $2.14. Airlines Are YardasSale 25 New Driver Drivers 29.85Hiring Special Trainees REAL ESTATE CDL-A ANNOUNCEMENTS The Newnan Times$5,000 Sign on Bonus Train for high paying Needed! FOR SALE Herald offers a 3-day, 6 F o r e x p . s o l o O T R Aviation Maintenance 150


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In over 100 newspapers for only $350 . Your 25-word classified ad will reach more than1 million readers. Call Jennifer Labon at the Georgia Newspaper Service.

-line ad in both print and online editions for a cost of $29.85. That is a savings of over 25 percent off the daily ad rate. Deadline for Thursday, Friday, Saturday ads is Tuesday at 5 p.m.

Learn to drive for TMC Transportation! Earn $750 per week! No experience needed! Local CDL Training! Local 15 day training!


Company Drivers Wanted



Special Notices



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.


With or without children $125.00. Includes name change and property settlement agreement. Save hundreds. Fast and easy. Call 24/7.


Times-Herald Specials


Real Estate / Rental Ad Weekend Special

Place your 12-line (about 40 words) real estate or rental ad for Friday, Saturday and Sunday. This includes both print and online editions. The cost is $30. Deadline each week for the weekend special is Wednesday at 5 p.m.

Drivers Trucking


Used Car, Truck, RV Ad Special


Now Hiring: OTR Drivers

For Dedicated Runs out of Newnan, GA • 36 cents per mile • Health Insurance • Paid Vacation • 6 Paid Holidays • Late Model Equipment assigned tractors • Safety Bonus

L i s t y o u r u s e d c a r, truck, motorcycle, camper, boat or RV in The Newnan Times800-763-0226 Herald and get both print and online editions for $30 and $40. A 6-line ad for 14 days Top Pay For is $30. Limited Experience A 6-line ad for 28 days 35 cpm for 1 month if $40. OTR experience plus 770-253-1576 benefits, new equipment and 401K.

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Tired of living paycheck to paycheck? Stop the Cycle! You could earn up to $750-$800/week! No CDL? 16-day training available. Don't miss this opportunity! Call now! North Georgia

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Driver -

Daily or Weekly Pay

$.01 increase per mile after 6 months and 12 months. $0.03 Quartely Bonus. Requires 3 months recent experience.


Drivers CDL-A

drivers & O/O's.Tuition reimbursement also available! New Student Pay & Lease Program. USA Truck


Flatbed Drivers


Ext. 7308 or 7307


OTR 10-14 days out. $1,000 Sign-on, Great Pay / Benefits! Well maintained equipment, great lanes.



Medical Billing Trainees Needed!

Experienced OTR flatbed drivers earn 50 up to 55 cpm loaded. $1,000 sign on to qualified drivers. Home most weekends. Vets welcome. Call:

Train to become a Medical Office Assistant! No experience needed ! Job placement after online training! HS Diploma/GED & PC/Internet needed! EOE



No Experience?

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OTR Drivers

OTR Positions



Bargain Buys $200-or-less


Shark Portable Steam Pocket

Up to 45 cpm. $1,000 - M a n y a t t a c h m e n t s . $1,200 sign-on bonus, Paid $99, asking $70. assigned equipment, New. pet policy, Owner / Ops 770-253-8109 welcome. deBoer Transportation



Class A Flatbed

Home every weekend! Pay 37¢/mi., both ways, Full Benefits, Requires 1-year OTR Flatbed experience. SunBelt Transport, Jacksonville, FL

Hotels/ Restaurant


Frankʼs Family


Server, Busser, Dishwasher

Some exp. helpful, but not necessary. Willing to train the right people!

Apply in person

Mon. - Fri. 2 - 5 p.m. 1188 Collinsworth Rd. Palmetto, GA 30268

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.

Mobile Homes For Sale


Investment Opportunity

4 mobile homes – 2, 2 BRs and 2, 3 BRs. Range from $3,500 to $6,000. Can stay in park. Owner financing.

moves you in (with approved credit)


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.

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Team with Total. 50¢/Mile for HazMat Teams. Solo Drivers Also Needed! 1-yr. exp. Req.

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30-day print and online special!

2 Bedroom $691 3 Bedroom $779

We have handicapped accessible units available

Need some fast cash? Don’t put it in the attic, sell it in the classifieds! 770-253-1576

Homes For Rent-Unfurn.


Sudoku Solution

3 & 4 BR

Ranch homes. 2-car garage. Thomas Crossroads area. $950 $999 / month. GRFA accepted.

770-318-8230 or 678-877-6184

Vacation Rentals

Grantville 3 BR, 2 baths. Ivy Glen Subd. $800 / month

Vacation Property


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.

No Deposit!

New Home! 4 BR, 3 Bath 178 Robison Rd., Moreland. 2 acres, 2-car garage, granite countertops, fenced yard, hardwood floors. $1,200



Mobile Homes For Rent


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3 Bedroom homes $500 / month. Also have a few fixeruppers selling cheap!

Chimney Services

Service Directory



concrete service, llc

“When we leave....’s finished!”

slabs • patios sidewalks • driveways

pool decks tear out

/ replace


30 years in business! Call for a FREE Estimate! Gene King


Home Improvement

Home Improvement

Home Improvement




WATER Source

J. Veitch Construction, Inc. Licensed • Insured

• Custom Built Homes

NewtonMore construction

• Tile Floors & Showers • Decks / Screen Porches

call jason:


exterior residential

and more!

• Painting / Staining



• Rotten Wood Replacement • Sheetrock Repair • Pressure Wash • Water / Fire Damage • Fences

• Basement Finishing

free estimates

senior & veteran discounts

Service, Inc.

since 1979 commercial

• Kitchen & Bath Remodeling

• Water / Fire / Storm Repairs

by bobby davis interior

• Additions / Remodeling

Tree Services

Call today for reasonable rates! Top Quality Work free estimates!


Water Heaters Service & Repair

Lawn Sprinklers Service & Repair

Water Leaks Detection & Repair

Sewer Drain Cleaning

Backflow Install & Testing “The Single Source For All Your Plumbing Needs” Over 30 years experience Locally owned and operated / Fully licensed and insured

Tree Services


n c lanto expert

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

call mike: 678-416-5684

Tree & Outdoor Services

free estimates

Family Owned & Operated

Special Offer:

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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 & Yard Clean Ups • Pressure Washing • Bobcat Work • Brush Clearing • Sod Installation • Firewood Sales

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