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First Baptist Church of Newnan and the Newnan Fire Department have partnered to collect much-needed supplies.

​Lieutenant Michael Scot Norton’s name is now etched in bronze at the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial in Emmitsburg, Md.

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The City of Atlanta, Georgia has agreed to pay former fire chief Kelvin Cochran, $1.2 million after a December 2017 Federal District Court ruled the city policies that led to Cochran's termination were unconstitutional.

Coming off its second bye week this season, there will be a lot riding on the line when the Spalding High football team hosts Perry on Friday night for homecoming at Memorial Stadium in Griffin.
Having already lost back-to-back games to open Region 2-AAAA play, it's the first of three must-win games if Spalding is to be guaranteed of controlling its playoff destiny moving forward.

The Spalding High volleyball team finished runner-up on Saturday in the Region 2-AAAA Tournament, losing to Perry in the finals of a tournament hosted by the Lady Jags at Spalding High in Griffin.
Other teams that competed in the all-day event included West Laurens and Upson-Lee as well as Mary Persons.

BATON ROUGE, La. Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm arrived at Death Valley completing passes at a record-setting pace.
After a 36-16 loss Saturday at No. 13 LSU, the No. 8 Bulldogs' quarterback will be looking for a way to get back to those accurate ways.

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