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Podcasts on the pulse of Newnan and Coweta County – sharing stories, news, and ideas for our unique and wonderful community featuring "Something To Chat About," with Chatty Newnan Women, "Movers Shakers and History Makers," with Clay Neely, and "Between the Js" with Joy Barnes and Jacqui Robertson
148 Episodes
Skin Edge, Mortgage Loan Officer, with Fairway Independent Mortgage Corp., joins Jacqui Robertson and Joy Barnes to talk about how the mortgage industry is shifting and what homebuyers need to keep in mind going into the future. 
In this episode, Derrick Teagle and David St. John break down the previous week's matchups, including Newnan's disappointing loss to Paulding County. 85 South Sports is sponsored by Deidre Bembry, Axe Throwing, and Bishop Enterprises/Earth Moving.
In this episode, Mayor Keith Brady and Councilmember Rhodes Shell join Emory Holland to talk about how local government has changed and how it has remained the same over the years. 
In this episode, Pat Tidwell from Coweta Ferst Readers joins T.M. "Mike" Brown to talk about the organization. Since 2004, Coweta Ferst has sent more than 300,000 books to children in Coweta County.  This is made possible by the generosity of the foundation's donors. The organization will once again be hosting its main fundraiser, the Lewis Grizzard and Catfish Memorial Bike Ride, this year on Oct. 1.Riders may register to ride 12, 25, 48 or 66 miles through rural Coweta County. The ride begins and ends at the Moreland Mill and entry fee is $36 – the cost of supplying a year’s worth of books for one child.For more information on how to register for the bike ride and other upcoming events at the Coweta Ferst Foundation visit
In this episode, Charles Wood and Ethan Power join Derrick Teagle and David St. John to discuss all things Coweta County sports, including the best softball players, the best fan culture, football recaps from last weekend, and "picks to click" for the upcoming matchups.
Melissa Kemp is the walk manager for the annual Walk to End Alzheimer's event. The 2023 event is set for Saturday, October 07 at Fred Brown Jr. Amphitheater in Peachtree City. All funds raised through Walk to End Alzheimer's further the care, support and research efforts of the Alzheimer's Association. For more information, click here:
Newnan-Coweta Habitat for Humanity Executive Director Eric Miller joins Jacqui and Joy to talk about the program, the process of putting people in homes and ensuring ongoing success for its participants.
In this episode, Derrick Teagle and David St. John take a look back at the first week of prep football in Coweta County and look towards Week 2, including the annual Newnan vs. East Coweta rivalry game. 
School is back in session, so Jacqui Robertson and Joy Barnes talk about the upcoming year in Coweta County and why it's a good time to sell your house. 
A recent survey found two-thirds of Americans have been affected by substance abuse. Hank Arnold and Coweta FORCE have helped fill a much-needed void in Coweta County for those seeking long-term recovery solutions. Arnold shares the story behind Coweta FORCE's ongoing success and its plans for the future.On Wednesday, September 20, Coweta FORCE will be one of the 43 stops in communities across the state during the Mobilize Recovery Across Georgia Bus Tour. Learn more here:
GBI Director and Newnan native Chris Hosey joins Clay Neely to talk about his new role at the GBI and his goals for the agency. Prior to joining the GBI, the Hosey name was synonymous with baseball in Coweta County, and Hosey shares his story of going from the pitcher's mound and into the world of law enforcement. 
Local author Angie Gallion joins Mike Brown to talk about her books and the upcoming Sharpsburg Book Fair. Angie's writings often deal with personal growth through tragedy or trauma. She enjoys exploring complex relationships, often set against the backdrop of addiction or mental illness. Learn more at:
Jake Randig (Sleeper Media) joins Derrick and David to talk about the upcoming season for high school football. 
In this episode, Newnan Coach Chip Walker joins Derrick and David to talk about the upcoming football season. 
In this episode, Coaches Jake Copeland and Ed Williams from The Heritage School break down the upcoming football season for the Hawks. 
Dr. Gamal Kemp was recently named the new principal at Newnan High School. In this episode, Dr. Kemp talks a little about what the new role looks like as he prepares to lead Newnan High School and finish out the construction of its new facility, which aims to open its doors to students in the fall of 2024. 
On this episode, Senoia author and Newnan Times-Herald columnist Scott Ludwig joins T.M. Brown to talk about how he got started and what inspires him to keep going. 
It's been argued the heart and soul of a town can be found on the town square. In this episode, Emory looks back on what downtown Newnan retail used to be and talks with Bobby Lee of Lee King, David Reynolds of Reynolds Furniture, and Hunt Fulwiler with Johnson Hardware. 
The third annual Firecracker Fun Walk is being held this Tuesday, July 4, starting and ending at Newnan City Church.  Elizabeth Crain joins Joy and Jacqui to talk about the event and how it got started. This year, the proceeds will go to the NEST (Newnan Emergency Shelter Team), an overnight shelter for those who are homeless or don’t have adequate shelter against the cold.
While Derrick Teagle is on vacation, Coweta Scoreboard founder Ethan Power joins David St. John to talk about his passion for local sports. Coweta Scoreboard posts updated scores during the school year for a variety of teams, along with photos and other school-related content.  Check out more on their Facebook page at
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