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Sayre, left, and Shea Henley released their first music video this week with help from Country Music Television (CMT) programming.

Country music duo from Newnan releases music video on CMT BY MAGGIE BOWERS

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Despite being raised in a family of musicians, Shea and Sayre Henley didn’t quite expect to be making a post-college life together in Music City. Nor did the brother and sister from Newnan dream of releasing their first professionally recorded video single as a country music duo on none other than Country Music Television. But as of this week, the pair said they’re excited to announce to the world that their mutual dream of making music has begun, ready or not. “Of course, music has always been a part of our lives,” said Sayre, the younger sibling and female vocalist of the music duo known simply as Henley. “But Shea was always into rock, and I preferred country and pop.” Sayre was determined, however, to bring her brother – five years her senior – to her side of the music divide and convince him to work together to create something they could both enjoy. As Shea completed college in Texas, Sayre was concluding her senior year at Northgate High School in Coweta County. Her plan was to meet her brother in the Lone Star State and make music with him while working toward her own degree. “I told Shea country music-loving people love the family thing and that we should write country music together,” Sayre recalled. The two had already been working toward that shared goal, as Shea would often write in the modern country music style his sister enjoyed, lending a hand in projects she was involved in back at home. “He really wasn’t that hard to convince,” Sayre said with a laugh. “He started writing immediately.” The then-19-year-old made her way to Texas, and the two began writing music together and performing popular country-inspired songs on YouTube for friends, family and a growing fan base. “They were always really close a nd ra rely foug ht w ith each other as kids,” said Sheri Henley, mother of four, including Shea and Sayre. “Shea has always been very protective of his little sister and would do just about anything for her.” The brother and sister combo became well-known in Nor th

Texas, and it became clear to the family and friends that the two had that “something special” together. “We came together and discussed it, and we decided to strike while the iron was hot,” Sheri explained. “We helped them leave Texas and move to Tennessee. We wanted to get them to Nashville – to get Sayre on the scene while she was in her twenties.” The duo was introduced to a manager and producer, both family friends. And the rest, as they say

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Two families described the raw and permanent outcomes drunk driving has caused in their lives. In Coweta Superior Court, the families of Neil Fernander and William Johnson listened as Katie Renee Pyles pleaded guilty to two counts of vehicular homicide, driving under the influence, failure to stop at a stop sign and open container. In a non-negotiated plea on April 12, Judge Travis Sakrison sentenced Pyles to a 30-toserve-25 years sentence for her role in the deaths of Fernander and Johnson last summer. On June 20, 2016, Johnson was a passenger in a truck driven by Pyles when she ran a stop sign outside Moreland, colliding with the

truck of Neil Fernander, who was traveling south on Highway 154. Pyles, 32, was the only survivor of the crash. At the time of the crash, Pyles was found to have had a blood alcohol content of .157 – nearly twice the legal limit. Before she was transported to the hospital, Pyles allegedly told rescue workers she had been drinking and was sorry. Inside the courtroom Wednesday, it was standing room only as the many friends, family members and associates of the two victims waited to see if justice would be served. Speaking to the court, the family members of Neil Fernander described in vivid detail the seemingly endless brutality of their continued

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The population in Coweta will increase by 30,000 people within the next 10 years, according to data presented at the Pancakes & Politics Breakfast on Wednesday morning at the Newnan Country Club. Chris Clark, president and CEO of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, provided legislative insights from the session as well as moderated the panel by Coweta delegation members – Sen. Matt Brass, Rep. Lynn Smith, Rep. Josh Bonner, and Rep. Bob Trammell. Rep. David Stover was not present. Clark said the Georgia chamber tracks data to know what is in store for the state. Coweta’s current population is 140,000, but with the 30,000 population increase, the 0-24 age bracket will grow by eight percent, according to Clark. “Schools must be ready,” Clark said. “This growth is lower than rest of metro region, with the exception of Fayette County.”

Clark said the 25-44 age bracket will grow over a quarter in Coweta, which is higher than the expected growth for Atlanta. The 45-64 age bracket will grow by 11 percent, and retirees will increase by 64 percent, which will impact health care, social services and the workforce. “There are 42,000 people employed in Coweta, and 10,000 of those jobs will have retirees within the next 10 years that will have to be replaced,” Clark said. “We will need to concentrate on keeping people and replacing them. In seven years, Coweta will need 6,000 more health care workers. There will be a big need for health care, which is why it’s important to recruit and retain young employees.” Clark said the aging senior population in Coweta is higher than the rest of the region. “Great change is happening here, as long you manage it,” Clark said. Turning his attention to the recently

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gets married. Justin will no longer go into business with his father, and Brenda will never experience what kind of grandfather Neil would have been. “He was a generous man with a big heart whose Christian foundation ruled his life,” she said. “His life revolved around his family and helping others.” Because Fernander was an organ donor, 32 people were recipients of his generosity. “Whoever got his heart got a big one,” Brenda said. “Even in death, with nothing left to give, he could still give life to someone else.” Members of the public safety community in Meriwether County where Fernander served as a volunteer firefighter also emphasized his selfless nature. Former Deputy Sheriff Jason Ritter spoke of Fernander’s dedication to ensuring members of the community received topnotch care. “It’s not about the thousands of miles he put on his personal truck, but the countless drops of sweat that came from his forehead,” Ritter said, “He shared tears with other families who were suffering, and our community has lost a true pillar. We can get more firefighters, but we can’t replace Neil.” The second victim in the wreck, William Johnson, also left behind a family who is torn without him. Pastor David Johnson, William’s uncle, conducted his nephew’s funeral service. As the season turns to Easter, the message of forgiveness was present.

“She (Pyles) should be sentenced but forgiven,” he said. “Living without Will is hard enough without the bitterness of holding a grudge. God has forgiven us. She needs to pay, but love conquers all.” Pyles’ attorney, Jermario Davis, empathized with those who were affected by his client’s actions and echoed the sentiments of Pastor Johnson. “If you carry the grudge and hate, it only makes the pain worse,” he said. D av i s p a u s e d f o r a moment, and emotionally confessed the loss of his own grandfather in a car crash. Knowing the pain caused by the accident, he emphasized that only forgiveness helped him push past the grief. “ We se e her (P yle s) and only get a snapshot of who she is – a person who killed two people,” he said. “But she’s a victim of alcohol abuse who also lost her mother. It’s unfortunate she didn’t seek treatment, but she didn’t get in a car hoping to kill two people.” Davis asked the court for mercy on his client, citing her willingness to take full responsibility for her actions. Pyles tearfully addressed the court and the families seated in the jury box. Speaking without a prepared statement, she emotionally described her own experiences from the wreck, and her ongoing remorse. “You have lost a husband, father, best friend and one of my great friends,” she said. “Nothing I can do will bring them back and no matter what, I have to live knowing I did that. “I would have traded place s w ith them i n a heartbeat.” P r ior to sentenci n g ,

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Assistant District Attorney Kevin McMurry reminded the court of Pyles’ two previous alcohol-related arrests. In April 2015, Pyles was involved in a single-vehicle car crash where investigators later revealed her blood alcohol content was .136. The following spring, while on bond for the crash, she was arrested on a disorderly conduct and obstruction charge. Several weeks later, she was involved in the fatal crash. “These victims leave a legacy,” McMurry said, indicating to the standing room audience inside the courtroom. “This was entirely avoidable, and she should be held accountable,” he said. “These are not families who are bitter and hateful, but they believe in

arrests should have been a wakeup call that could have saved other people’s lives.” Following the sentencing, Brenda said the Fernander family had been prepared for this day and ultimately say they believe justice was served. Brenda said they were grateful for the district attorney’s office and that a “slap on the wrist” sentence was not an option. According to Brenda, Neil often said, “If anything ever happens, I hope you have my back.” “It won’t bring them back, but there’s some closure in knowing we were their voice and had their back,” she said. “We knew it was in God’s hands, and we can say we did our part.” **** Cl ay Neely: cl ay@ newnan.com, @clayneely

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APRIL Newnan Spring Taste of Newnan April 20 I 5 - 8:30 p.m. I $0 The popular Taste of Newnan event has returned just in time to celebrate spring. The family-friendly Main Street Newnan event is hosted twice annually along the square in downtown Newnan and the entire community is invited to sample menu items from restaurants and caterers throughout the county all in one place. More than 40 vendors are expected to offer sample menus at the event with items available from one to three tickets each. Tickets are $1 each and can be purchased on the day of the event at ticket booths located at each corner of the Newnan square. Tickets can also be purchased on the morning of the event at select stores including C.S. Toggery, Ace Beer Growlers, Dragonfly Running Co., Let Them Eat Toffee, Gillyweed and Wilwood Trader. For more information regarding this event, contact Special Events Coordinator Paige Deweese at 770-253-8283.

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Sharpsburg Arts & Crafts Fair April 22 I 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. I $0 The Sharpsburg Arts & Crafts Fair returns to Coweta for a full arts market weekend. The festival will be held at the Old Town Sharpsburg Recreation Center located at 105 Main Street. Handmade crafts and fine art created by local artists will be available for sale on Saturday April 22 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday April 23 from 12 to 5 p.m. For more information on this event, visit www.sharpsburgevents.com

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Newnan Great American Cleanup April 22 I 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. I $0 Keep Newnan Beautiful will host a local event in celebration of the Great American Cleanup. This event is in conjunction with Keep America Beautiful and will take place starting at Newnan’s City Hall, located at 25 LaGrange St. The theme of the upcoming cleanup event is “Clean Your Block,” and Keep Newnan Beautiful volunteers will be tackling roadside litter at five different in-town locations. To volunteer for this event or for more information, call 770-253-8283 ex. 1., or visit www.keepnewnanbeautiful.org

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