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Tom Pattiz jumps off the line at the beginning of the 5k race on Saturday.

Monica Lovett after the race with her son, Jett, and daughter, Mattie Louise.

Local teacher, mother fights cancer, runs with her children By Bradley Hartsell bradley@newnan.com

Everyone who ran in Saturday’s Run for Angels 5/10k had their own reason for running, but Monica Lovett had an especially important one. Lovett has spent the last year battling breast cancer.

“Run for Angels is my medication, my therapy,” she said. Lovett, who teaches special education at Northside Elementary School, was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 2009, but was re-diagnosed with breast cancer to the lungs in February 2013, shortly after running in last year’s Run for Angels. She’s

undergone 18 rounds of chemo, hormone therapy and a hysterectomy, leaving her understandably drained. Her son, 10-year-old Jett, however, urged his mother to run Saturday in this year’s Run for Angels. Lovett and her husband, Matt, have always loved running and exercising. She remembers them participating in Run for

him because he wanted to participate last year and has been training. Matt, unfortunately, was unable to join because of an achilles injury. But their 7-year-old daughter, Mattie Louise, took the starting line with her

Angels for as long as she can remember, even pushing her little boy in a stroller as she walked the race. This year, she wanted to run again, especially at the suggestion of her son, but she was uncertain her body could handle the stress. Jett finally convinced his mother to run. She wanted to be there for

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Lt. Henry Freeman, shelter director, holds one of the dogs up for adoption at Coweta County Animal Control.

Imminent adoption may be last chance for many shelter dogs By Sarah Fay Campbell sarah@newnan.com

Coweta County A n i ma l Control is overcrowded with dogs and, if some of them don’t get adopted soon, the shelter will have to sta rt euthanizing them — for the first time since November. Lt. Henry Freeman, animal shelter director, hopes that families will make the decision to adopt one — or more —of the 85 dogs the shelter currently houses. There are a few puppies currently living at the shelter, though many of the dogs are adults. Some smaller breeds are available for adoption and many medium-sized dogs as well.

“We have some that have been here since Oct. 7,” Freeman said. “We haven’t had a put-down list since the first of November… we are holding them as long as we can hold them, trying to find them homes.” The shelter’s “Christmas special,” with all animals half price, was a great success — with 121 adoptions in 19 days. However, “after Christmas our adoptions really dropped off,” Freeman said. Animal control officers are bringing in two or three stray dogs a day, and that builds up. Dog adoptions are $126, and cat adoptions are $70. The adoption fee includes spay or neuter surgery, the first round of shots for kittens and pup-

pies, the rabies vaccine, a microchip, and a heartworm test. Coweta Count y A n i ma l Control also has 58 kittens and adult cats available for adoption, many having been housed by the shelter for several months. Pictures of most of the animals available at the animal shelter may be viewed by visiting www.petharbor.com. Coweta Count y A n i ma l Control is located at 91 Selt Road in Newnan, off Hospital Road. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Adoption hours are 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and viewing hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Lips and Love Basket Family Features I t’s easy to share in the f u n o f Va l e n t i n e ’ s D a y by serving those you love sweet treats that a re a hea lt h ier a lter n at ive to o r d i n a r y, h e a r t - s h a p e d confections. To really show you care, be a c upid a nd g ive you r sweetie hea lt hy, delicious t re a t s t h a t fe a t u re j u i c y w a t e r­m e l o n . N a t u r a l l y dressed in the holiday’s hue

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Recipe/Community Connection

Lips and Love Basket

1 to 2 long, oval-shaped seedless watermelons Cutting board Green dry erase marker Kitchen and paring knives Melon baller Assorted cookie cutters (X, O and heart shapes) Wooden skewers Toothpicks Strawberries Fruits to make fruit salad filling Large bowl and spoon Wash watermelon under cool run­ning water and pat dry. On cutting board, place watermelon on its side and cut off 1/4 to 1/2 inch from stem end being careful not to cut too deep into white part of rind to provide sturdy base. With marker, draw scalloped line around width of middle of water­melon. Use paring knife to cut along marker line, then separate the two halves. Use melon baller to scoop out watermelon for your base. Cut top half of watermelon in half and use dry erase marker to draw large set of lips on one half. Use paring knife to cut out lips. Once you have general shape, carefully carve away rind. Use paring knife to shape lips into more finished look. Cut remaining 1/4-inch-thick slices and cut hearts, X’s, O’s or other shapes, discarding rind. Attach lips to top of base using wooden skewers and toothpicks. Slice strawberries lengthwise into 1/4-inch slices, keeping straw­ berry tops on for decoration, if desired. Attach slice of strawberry with green top to center of each scallop using toothpick. Use rest of straw­berry slices in fruit salad for fruit bowl. Place fruit bowl on serving platter, fill with fruit salad and garnish with slices of fruit cut into hearts, X’s and O’s, if desired.

Watermelon Cupcakes

Yield: 8 servings 8 cupcake liners 8 cupcake shaped pieces of seedless watermelon 2 cups pineapple cream cheese frosting Sprinkles for garnish Place liners in 8-cup cupcake tin. Cut 3-inch-thick slices of seedless water­melon. Cut round cupcake-sized pieces from slices. Put watermelon cupcake in each liner. Place dollop of frosting on each cupcake. Decorate as desired with sprinkles.

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mother and older brother. It meant the world to Monica. “It was very inspiring to run with them,” she said. “I’m very blessed that I can and am able to do it. I’m very thankful that they wanted to do it with me. “When my son told me to do the Angel’s Run, I had some doubts. But he was like, ‘Mom, you got this. You can do it.’ They cheer me on. My daughter was complaining that she should have done the one-mile walk. I laughed and said, ‘If I can do it, you can do it.’” T hose at t he race took notice. Bambi Edge of Angel’s House, the children’s shelter for which the race benefits, was thrilled to see Lovett return to the race she’s participated in for so many years. “To see Monica out on a cold Saturday morning in February, running with her two children to support the children of Angel’s House while fighting her own life battles, was especially touching,” said Edge. “Mon ica’s fa it h , st reng t h , courage and positive attitude are an inspiration to all who know her. She is one amazing woman.” In March, Lovett goes in for a scan. She says she’s praying it shows great improvement, but — possibly reiterating what her doctors remind her — stable is good, too. But she adds, “Stable is good, but I want gone.” “At the age of 33, anybody would be shocked that you’d be diagnosed with breast cancer,” said Lovett. “But I’ve been blessed with great doctors.” A year ago, Lovett said she switched to Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Southeastern. “I t hin k New na n a nd Coweta are very blessed to have that right here,” she said. Lovett feels part of beating her battle with cancer is just living her life, like participating in the Run for Angels or teaching, which she finds especially rewarding. “I love [teaching], it’s kind of like my way of giving back, especially teaching special education,” Lovett said, who’s

Elizabeth Crain crosses the finish line, finishing first in her age group.

been teach i ng i n Cowet a County for 16 years. “Hopefully, I’m inspiring my students, too, who have their own struggles.” When the snowstorm hit last week, Lovett was able to stay home with her kids and watch them play in the snow. Many parents enjoyed that luxury last week, but Lovett’s battle means soaking up every one of those precious moments. “As a teacher, you hate to miss those days. But I got to see my children play in the snow for six hours straight one day, and that brings me so much joy.” Lovett jokingly added , “ How we’re goi ng to make [the snow days] up might be stressful, but we will figure that out. Life goes on, we’ll catch up one day. It was worth it.” I t ’s t o u c h i n g t o s e e a mother run a race with her two kids, but the Lovetts are doi ng more t ha n just getting in some good bonding time. They’re rallying for a wife and mother who’s fighting cancer and needs their encouragement to keep pushing for ward. According to Lovett, what they provide means everything. “My family is my biggest cheerleader,” said Lovett. “I have two small children and my husband who have been ver y suppor t ive. My goa l this time is to be normal, not letting cancer win. I’m still work i ng, I’m sti ll bei ng a mom. I’m in control. I’m not letting cancer run my life.”

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Sherwood took a risk and is rewarded with success for Town and Country By Bradley Hartsell bradley@newnan.com “I used to tell my husband, ‘Man, I’d love to have a place like this.’ Ronda Sherwood said, referring to Town and Country Restaurant on Franklin Road in Newnan, “All I could was fantasize about it,” she recalled. Sherwood worked as a manager at Waff le House, where she had been for 15 years. This experience gave her the food experience, but the money it

would take to open a restaurant was not available. After an undesirable change i n ow nersh ip i n 20 09, t he country cooking diner became available for sale. Previous owners fortuitously bumped into Sherwood at another local establishment and offered her Town and Country. She didn’t blink at the chance for a turnkey situation. “If I didn’t do it, I k new I’d regret it for the rest of m y l i fe ,” s a i d S h e r wo o d . As she paired her experience

with her passion, most of her friends and family didn’t question Sherwood’s plan to open a business, even though she was leaving a secure job. Sherwood says the first two years were extremely diff icult. In an already depressed economic state, she saw restaurants, even those corporateowned, close their doors. Sherwood scrapped by to keep the doors of her new venture open for business. Sherwood did stay afloat and town and Country is thriving

Em-urge-ency I don’t need a mirror to remind me how old I am. The commercials on my favorite TV channels do the job nicely. TV ads aimed at young people promote brighter smiles, flawless complexions and beverages that make you think you’re hip even if you’re not. Ads for my demographic group often mention “sudden urges.” And not the romantic kind, which I call “love

nudges.” The “sudden urges” mentioned here involve a desperate need to race to the nearest restroom, no matter how plush or primitive. Ti me h appen s . Urges change. I still smile when I recall the urge to pretend I was Superman and jump off the roof. One story house. One easy leap. I remember the urge to be an astronaut, an archaeologist, a

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zookeeper. All passed. I recall the overwhelming desire to mash lips with f ifth grade temptress Pam Patke. No luck. Her loss. At one time or another I longed to climb a mountain, canoe down the Mississippi River and be a great musician. Now, my most frequent urge is for a nap. So I was doubly shocked when a brand new longing popped up the other day. My wife had a meeting in Birmingham. She let me drive

now and Sherwood has established a strong community presence. The challenge now is to find ways to push the eatery further. “I learned from the corporate industry, you have keep adding and changing items to keep customers engaged,” said Sherwood. Unsurprisingly, Town and Country thrives off its regulars. Sherwood calls Town and Country “homey,” and notes how she tries to match her staff with the customers.

“My employees develop relationships with customers and interact on a personal level.” After the struggling first two years, Sherwood could have packed it in and been happy she took a chance at something. Now, with the restaurant on the right track, she’s thankful for the people who have helped her make Town and Country a special place. For Sherwood, it wasn’t about money. It was about fulfilling a dream, one that she can now say is “a dream come true.”

her over. The sky was blue, the road was smooth, Angela seemed happy and then … it hit. The urge. I stif led it as long as I could, then blurted out, “I wish I had a chicken.” To her credit, Angela didn’t f linch, though her eyelids drifted shut, as if she were in pain. But she didn’t hit me, so I said it again. “I wish I had a chicken.” “Why?” I said, “Your family had chickens when you were a little girl. You told me about going in the henhouse to get the eggs. It sounded great.” “I didn’t like it,” she said. “They pecked.” “Maybe you’d like chickens better now,” I said. “I’d love to have all those fresh eggs I picked up back then.” “That’s it?” I asked.

Silence. As we rolled along I thought how nice it would be to have a chicken cuddled in my lap, cooing and clucking and careful not to peck me or “do its business” on my jeans. After awhile my thoughts turned to a sorely missed friend who loved chickens. This fellow was always up to something new. If he was in the yard when I drove by I’d stop and admire the latest project. One day I watched him do wheelies on a new zero-radius mower. Another time, he and some friends were butchering a hog the size of a bathtub in his driveway. Once, he was putting the finishing touches on a new chicken coop. We talked about the hen house and his birds. He said he had always liked chickens. And not just for food. “They’re

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just real relaxing,” he told me. “I like to sit and listen to ‘em and watch ‘em scratch around and cluck. It’s a real peaceful.” I bet it is. I wanted to see for myself. I still didn’t know why. I think I mentioned chickens a few more times on the trip. Angela didn’t respond and I finally shut up. The idea still hasn’t left me. Live chickens don’t seem to be an option for now, but maybe I can find a CD of soothing chicken sounds to play when I’m alone. On the other hand, if I buy a chicken sounds CD, more time alone is almost guaranteed. For all the wrong reasons. Maybe this chicken idea isn’t quite ready to hatch after all. I’ll think it over some more. In silence. (send your email comments to alexmmcrae@gmail.com)

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education briefs Three locals graduate from GSSU The following area residents were among 400 students who graduated from Georgia Southwestern State University during the fall 2013 commencement ceremony held on Dec. 14 in Convocation Hall of the Student Success Center. Nicole P Irwin of Newnan graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Kathryn P Stover of Palmetto graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration in marketing. Aslam F Gangji of Fayetteville graduated with a Bachelor of Science in computer science.

Willis earns academic honors CU Zerric Keli Arv Willis of Fairburn, a freshman at Campbellsville University in Kentucky, has been named to the Dean’s Academic Honors List. The list recognizes students who achieve a grade point average of 3.50 or above for the semester with a course load of at least 12 hours.

Stover named to President’s List at GSSU Kathryn P Stover, a resident of Palmetto, made the Fall 2013 President’s List at Georgia Southwestern State University. To be eligible for the President’s List, a student must earn a semester GPA of 4.0 and take a minimum of 12 credit hours.

Burston named to President’s List at Chowan Sierra Burston of Grantville was named to the President’s List for fall 2013 at Chowan University in Murfreesboro, NC. Winners are full-time students who have accomplished a grade point average of 3.8 or better for the semester. Burston is a freshman majoring in exercise science.

Area students named to Dean’s List at GSSU The following local residents m ade t he Fa l l 201 3 Dean’s List at Georgia Southwester n State Un iversit y : David C Crabtree of Newnan, Meggan R Scott of Sharpsburg, Mallory A Underwood of Senoia, Hannah E Ruiz of Palmetto, Briana S Courtois of Fayetteville, and Eboni C Williams of Fayetteville. To be eligible for the Dean’s List, a student must earn a semester GPA of 3.5 or better and take a minimum of 12 credit hours.

Dean’s List Joe Sterrey of Newnan was named to the fall semester Dean’s List at Bryant University in Smithfield, RI. Sterrey is a freshman majoring in Marketing.

Area students named to Dean’s List at Samford S a m fo r d Un i ve r s i t y i n Birmingham named the following area students to the Dean’s List for the fall semester: Joshua D Baker of Brooks, Natalie C Cerasoli of Sharpsburg, K ierstin N Cusumano of Fairburn, Chris R Longoria of Newnan, Alysa R Rambo of Fairburn, and Rachel G Shirey of Fayetteville. To qualify for the Dean’s List, a student must have earned a minimum 3.5 grade point average out of a possible 4.0 while attempting at least 12 credit hours of coursework.

Lincoln Memorial awards degrees to students L i ncol n Memor i a l Un iversity in Harrogate, Tenn., awarded education specialist degrees to the following local students: Raymond Henderson of Newnan, Lea Henderson of Newnan, Kimberly Judge of Fayetteville, Karla Wilson of Turin, Tammye Hicks of Senoia, Amanda Sherer of Grantville, Grant Williams of Newnan, Vera Harris of Newnan, Liberty Bennett of Newnan, Marcela Sample of Fayetteville, Adam Daigler of Newnan, Sheleen Ferry of Senoia, Suzanne Brooks of Newnan, Ruby Burton of Newnan, and Bradley Willem of Newnan.

VMI names Dickinson to Dean’s List Ha n na h P. Dick inson of Peachtree City was named to the Dean’s List at Virginia Military Institute for the fall semester. To be eligible for the Dean’s List, a cadet must have a term grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale and no grade below C. Dickinson, a junior, is majoring in biology. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Dickinson.

Shorter names locals to Dean’s List Shorter University in Rome has named the following local students to the Dean’s List during the fall semester of 2013. To achieve this honor, students must have been enrolled full time and have earned at least a 3.5 grade point average for the term. From Newnan: Edith Guadalupe Avila, Caleb McKinley Britt, Nicole Ashley Elder, Emily Paige Fusan,

Erin Serena Gould, Kevin Scott Jones, Corrine Latanya Kirk, Kaitlyn Marie Talley, Desireé Antoinette WatsonIsom, and Terri Pope Wright. From Sha rpsburg: La ndon Keith Allensworth, Cassie Ly n n Brow n , a nd G eorge Thomas Philpot. From Senoia: Christina Marie Ezell.

Rathert named to Dean’s Honor Roll at FHSU Krista Michelle Rathert of Newnan has been named to the Dean’s Honor Roll at Fort Hays State University in Kansas. To be eligible, students must have enrolled in 12 or more credit hours and have a minimum grade point average of 3.60 for the semester.

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Locals earn degrees from ABAC The following local students have earned degrees from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton. John Reynolds III of Grantsville earned a bachelor’s in diversif ied agriculture. Allison Morris of Newnan earned an associate’s in family and consumer sciences. Allison Gordy of Sharpsburg earned an associate’s in wildlife technology. Heather Haynie of Fairburn earned an associate’s in nursing.

VSU names locals to Dean’s List Valdosta State University has announced the names of area students from fall 2013 who have earned the academic status of Dean’s List. Students who achieve a semester GPA of 3.5 or higher on nine or more semester hours with an institutional (VSU) GPA of 3.00 or higher are recognized by being placed on the Dean’s List.

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Valdosta State University has announced the names of students from fall 2013 who have met all qualifications for graduation. Betty Eason of Newnan, master of education, curriculum and iInstruction accomplished teaching; Elizabeth Kaminski of Newnan, bachelor of arts, history; Chanbory Pey of Newnan, master of education, adult and career education; Rachel Robertson of Grantville, bachelor of science, chemistry; Jessica Van-

Alyssa Kee of Newnan has been named to the Dean’s List for grades achieved during the fall 2013 semester at Harding University in Searcy, Ark. To be eligible, a student must carry 12 or more hours with a 3.65 or higher grade-point average and no incompletes.

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Piedmont Healthcare working to resolve contract dispute with Aetna/Coventry By Clay Neely clay@newnan.com

a contract dispute between P ie d mont He a lt hc a re a nd aetna /Coventr y i nsura nce might leave Coweta County area policyholders searching for an alternative to their current physicians and hospitals

Bill would legalize sale of raw milk for human consumption

by Feb. 1 if a resolution is not reached. last week, local customers of aetna/Coventry received a letter in the mail from Gregory Hurst, CeO of Piedmont Healthcare, explaining that the two companies have been in negotiations over a contract dispute that is currently set to

expire on Jan. 31. accord i ng to Hu rst , t he agreement would include not only Piedmont Fayette Hospital and Piedmont Newnan Hospital, but also more than 1,000 physicians who make up the Piedmont Physicians Group, Piedmont Heart Institute Physicians and Piedmont Clinic.

“We are optimistic about completing negotiations and reaching agreement within the next few weeks,” said Hurst in a press release. “However, if the contract expires, aetna/ Coventry will be forcing HMO members to f ind new doctors, and both HMO and PPO patients with aetna/Coventry

may incur higher out-of-pocket costs for care they receive at Piedmont hospitals and with Piedmont physicians as out-ofnetwork providers, beginning February 1.” “While there is no cause for great alarm at the time, it is important that you have the facts,” continued Hurst. “We

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raw milk — milk that is unpasteurized and non-homogenized — is prized for the antibodies, probiotics and enzymes it contains, and for its delicious taste. raw cow and goat milk have become popular as health foods for those seeking a natural diet, and small farmers across Georgia produce and sell raw milk to eager customers. But the state of Georgia doesn’t allow the sale of raw milk for human consumption. To get around that, raw milk producers must label their milk fo r “ p e t u s e only.” a n e w bi l l introduced i n t he G e orgia legislature aims to change that. State rep. Stover David Stover, r-Palmetto, is one of many co-sponsors of House Bill 718, which would allow the sale of “ungraded raw milk” as long as the milk is prominently labeled as such. “It’s ludicrous to think we can’t buy that product for human consumption,” Stover said. He said he is not a milk drinker, but he is "a person who believes in organic foods and natural foods. That is just where I stand. I feel it is healthier for you.” If you research the pasteurization process, “it won’t make you feel good about what you are drinking,” Stover said. “This is something people have been asking me for.” rep. Scot Turner is the bill’s main sponsor. Georgia is currently one of 17 states that forbid the sale of raw milk for human consumption. It is one of only four that allow the sale for pet food. Only 12 states allow the retail sale of raw milk, with some restrictions. Some other states allow on-farm sales. Though natural food proponents rave about raw milk, government officials decry it as dangerous. according to the federal Centers for Disease Control, from 1998 to 2011, there were 148 separate outbreaks related to consumption of raw milk or raw milk products reported to the CDC. These resulted in 2,384 illnesses, 284 hospitalizations and two deaths. Between 1993 and 2006, there were a total of 121 dairy-related disease outbreaks reported to the CDC. Of those, 60 percent (73 outbreaks) were related to

are working diligently to renegotiate this contract on behalf of our five hospitals and physicians without creating undue a n x iet y or wor r y for ou r patients.” according to aetna/Coventry public relations spokesman

By Clay Neely by Feb. 1 if a resolution is not clay@newnan.com reached. last week, local customers a contract dispute between of aetna/Coventry received a P ie d mont He a lt hc a re a nd letter in the mail from Gregaetna /Coventr y i nsura nce ory Hurst, CeO of Piedmont might leave Coweta County Healthcare, explaining that area policyholders searching the two companies have been in negotiations over a contract dispute that is currently set to

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The tractor trailer, filled with hay, was cut in half by the train, and there were no injuries.

Train splits hay truck in half at Moreland rail crossing By WeS Mayer news@newnan.com

a train cut through a tractor-trailer rig stuck at an intersection in Moreland in south Coweta County on Tuesday, sending hay flying and sparking a dangerous materials threat. The truck, carrying a load of hay, was stuck on the tracks facing the highway at the intersection of Dingler road and U.S. Highway 29 in Moreland when a train rolled t h rough t he i ntersection and split the trailer in half. according to initial information from photographer Jeffrey leo of The Newnan Times-Herald after speaking with officials at the scene, the driver of the truck had exited the cab prior to the accident, and there were no injuries. The train, however, was

What is described as a large dog fighting operation in Meriwether County was put to an end by multiple law enforcement agencies late Sat u rday — with help from Coweta authorities. around 10:30 p.m., authorities w it h t he Meriwet her C o u n t y S h e r i f f ’s O f f i c e , C owe t a C o u n t y S h e r i f f ’s Office, Georgia Department of Natural resources, Woodbury Police Department, Greenville Police Department, Spalding County Sheriff ’s Office and animal control converged on a suspected organized dog fighting event on Happy Hollow Drive off Highway 362, according to a press release from the Meriwether County Sheriff’s Office. The Coweta Sheriff’s Office and DNr provided helicopter air support for the raid. “O u r n a rcot ics u n it h a s worked tirelessly on gathering intelligence on the event, and at a moment’s notice, they ‘rallied up’ and met at the training center where a briefing was conducted,” according to Meriwether County Sheriff Chuck Smith in the press release. Sm it h sa id off icers f i rst formed a perimeter around the event, then helicopters shined spotlights on the participants and spectators — who f led and ran into the arms of waiting authorities. Suspects who attempted to hide in bushes were located using the Coweta County helicopter’s FlIr — forward looking infrared —

for an alternative their curcameras, said lt. Col. to Jimmy rent physicians and hospitals yarbrough with the sheriff’s office. a total of 34 people were taken into custody. authorities found a large fighting pit with an injured and bleeding female pit bull terrier inside, the Meriwether sheriff said. animal Control Officer Beth Miller was able to take the injured dog and another into protective custody. authoritiesByalso more SaraHseized Fay CaMPBell than $28,000sarah@newnan.com in cash, 26 vehicles of thoseraw arrested, iveis milk — milk fthat unpasteurized and non-homogguns, two generators, lightenized — is prized for the antibodies, probiotics and enzymes ing equipment, the fighting pit it contains, and for its delicious and a catering truck, the shertaste. raw cow and goat milk have iff said. a large catering truck become popular as health foods for those Wings seeking a natural diet, ca lled express was and small farmers across Georserving friedgiachicken fish produce andand sell raw milk to eager customers. to those gathered atstate theofevent, But the Georgia doesn’t allow the sale of raw Smith said. milk for human consumption. To get raw milk “according toaround FBIthat, intelliproducers must gence, one of the offenders is label their milk fo r “ p e t u s e wanted by U.S. Marshals on only.” a ne w bi l l a federal indictment accusing introduced him of dog fighting,”i naccordt he G e orgia legislature i ng to Sm it h . “Oneaims ofto change t he that. seized guns was reported stoState rep. Stover David Stover, len to the Manchester Police r-Palmetto, is Department.”one of many co-sponsors of House Bill 718, which would “I am saddened by what I allow the sale of “ungraded raw milk” scene,” as long as thethe milk saw at this crime is prominently labeled as such. sheriff said. “It’s ludicrous to think we can’t buy that product for “However,human I amconsumption,” very proud Stover said. He said he is not a milk of all these drinker, law enforcement but he is "a person who believes in organic We foods officers that were involved. and natural foods. That is just know in the dog world, wherefighting I stand. I feel it is healthfor you.” these events ier carry the highest If you research the pasteuriprocess, “it won’t make potential of zation being extremely you feel good about what you dangerous. are alldrinking,” officers Stoverdissaid. “This is something people have played the highest level been asking me for.”of prorep. Scot Turner is the bill’s fessionalismmain while showing sponsor. is currently one ‘armed’ force Georgia to minimize theof

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expire on Jan. 31. accord i ng to Hu rst , t he agreement would include not only Piedmont Fayette Hospital and Piedmont Newnan Hospital, but also more than 1,000 physicians who make up the Piedmont Physicians Group, Piedmont Heart Institute Physicians and Piedmont Clinic.

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What is described as a large dog fighting operation in Meriwether County was put to an end by multiple law enforcement agencies late Sat u rday — with help from Coweta authorities. around 10:30 p.m., authorities w it h t he Meriwet her C o u n t y S h e r i f f ’s O f f i c e , C owe t a C o u n t y S h e r i f f ’s Office, Georgia Department of Natural resources, Woodbury Police Department, Greenville Police Department, Spalding County Sheriff ’s Office and animal control converged on a suspected organized dog fighting event on Happy Hollow Drive off Highway 362, according to a press release from the Meriwether County Sheriff’s Office. The Coweta Sheriff’s Office and DNr provided helicopter air support for the raid. “O u r n a rcot ics u n it h a s worked tirelessly on gathering intelligence on the event, and at a moment’s notice, they ‘rallied up’ and met at the training center where a briefing was conducted,” according to Meriwether County Sheriff Chuck Smith in the press release. Sm it h sa id off icers f i rst formed a perimeter around the event, then helicopters shined spotlights on the participants and spectators — who f led and ran into the arms of waiting authorities. Suspects who attempted to hide in bushes were located using the Coweta County helicopter’s FlIr — forward looking infrared —

cameras, said lt. Col. Jimmy yarbrough with the sheriff’s office. a total of 34 people were taken into custody. authorities found a large fighting pit with an injured and bleeding female pit bull terrier inside, the Meriwether sheriff said. animal Control Officer Beth Miller was able to take the injured dog and another into protective custody. authorities also seized more than $28,000 in cash, 26 vehicles of those arrested, f ive guns, two generators, lighting equipment, the fighting pit and a catering truck, the sheriff said. a large catering truck ca lled express Wings was serving fried chicken and fish to those gathered at the event, Smith said. “according to FBI intelligence, one of the offenders is wanted by U.S. Marshals on a federal indictment accusing him of dog fighting,” accordi ng to Sm it h . “One of t he seized guns was reported stolen to the Manchester Police Department.” “I am saddened by what I saw at this crime scene,” the sheriff said. “However, I am very proud of all these law enforcement officers that were involved. We know in the dog fighting world, these events carry the highest potential of being extremely dangerous. all officers displayed the highest level of professionalism while showing ‘armed’ force to minimize the

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a train cut through a tractor-trailer rig stuck at an intersection in Moreland in south Coweta County on Tuesday, sending hay flying and sparking a dangerous materials threat. The truck, carrying a load of hay, was stuck on the tracks facing the highway at the intersection of Dingler road and U.S. Highway 29 in Moreland when a train rolled t h rough t he i ntersection and split the trailer in half. according to initial information from photographer Jeffrey leo of The Newnan Times-Herald after speaking with officials at the scene, the driver of the truck had exited the cab prior to the accident, and there were no injuries. The train, however, was

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