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From Staff Reports
The June issue of The Paper is now available for our readers online in a digital replica format.
On this month’s front page is a neat Local Events Calendar for June, plus a story on Dr. Gamal Kemp being named Newnan High School Principal among many personnel changes in the Coweta Schools System. Also, you’ll find a featured ad with Jess Barron of Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors.
Below are the highlights of what readers can find in this month’s 32-page issue.
• Newnan Carnegie Library Director Susan Crutchfield outlines some of the Fun at the Library this summer.
• Publisher John A. Winters writes about the obvious in today’s world – nobody knows telephone numbers these days.
• This month’s Interview is with Bradley Owen.
• Mr. Personality shares his monthly ramblings of downtown Newnan.
• Home Inspections is a key part of the real estate transaction process for both the buyer and seller. Jess Barron of Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors explains why.
• Our Kris Youmans has compiled a comprehensive calendar for local and live music in the month of June.
• Lindsey’s Inc. Realtors is celebrating its 75th Anniversary with a social on June 14.
• Columnist Jonathan W. Hickman contributes his monthly column on films and streaming in The Film Fix.
• Zen News and Notes covers not only the local scene but things from the internet.
• Piedmont adds Surgical Specialists to its Newnan Physicians Group.
• Columnist Samantha Brazie writes that people are faced with an enormous number of choices each day.
• One of our favorite joints – Apollo’s Steaks – has moved to a larger location.
• And calendars, we have them for events taking place around Coweta for the month of June.
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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.