The Paper E-Edition for April now available online


Click the following link for the full digital issue: The PAPER APRIL E-EDITION.

From Staff Reports

The April issue of The Paper is now available for our readers online in a digital replica format.

The front page features a quick look at Things To Do in Coweta County during the month of April. Readers will also see a spotlight ad on Jess Barron of Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors.

Below are the highlights of what readers will find in this month’s 32-page issue.

• Newnan teen Baylor Mikell is winning on the Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association circuit.

• Publisher John A. Winters shares some of his favorite quotes and sayings in this month’s Notes from Perry Street column.

• Our Corby Carlin Winters writes about “What’s Trending” in the world of fashion, home decor, local life, health and wellness and outdoor living.

• Columnist Jonathan W. Hickman offers up his Film Fix reviews of what is on the big-screen and streaming in April.

• Jess Barron touches on the subjects of appraisals and home buying.

• Piedmont Newnan Hospital provides a pair of stories – Surviving Allergy Season and Screening for Colorectal Cancer is critical.

• Out and About Columnist Katie Anderson tells us the story on Bridging The Gap in the first of a two-part series.

• The April Local & Live Music calendar from Kris Youmans continues to show a strong music trend here locally. 

• Coweta Public Library System Director Jimmy Bass offers up some interesting titles to check out in this month’s The Bookmark column.

• Mr. Personality contributes his monthly column on downtown Newnan and other things.

• The 5 W’s with Elevate Coweta’s Executive Director Kevin Barbee.

• The 5 W’s with RACE for the Orphans Director Kelly Preston.

• The 5 W’s with Abby’s Angels Natalie Bacho.

• Our Chef this month is Jarrod Reeder of Knife and Stone.

The Paper is mailed to neighborhoods – Arbor Springs, Lake Redwine, Newnan Country Club, SummerGrove, and White Oak – with an additional 6,000 distributed to over 125 locations in-and-around Coweta County.

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The Paper April 2024

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