Historical society to hear about Caney Creek Village
Debbie Moore, a native of Bradley County, Tenn., will present a documentary on “The History of the Caney Creek Village” at the Whitfield-Murray Historical Society’s Sunday, Nov. 10, meeting at 2:30 p.m. at Crown Gardens and Archives.
This Week in The Civil War, for week of Sunday, Oct. 27
With Ulysses S. Grant on the scene in Chattanooga, federal forces in late October 1863 quickly began resupplying and adding new troops in the city besieged by Confederate forces on high ground nearby.
Serving neighbors around the world
First Baptist Church of Dalton will host a gift market called Lydia’s Market, featuring products from near and far, Nov. 1-4 in the church’s atrium.
The Rev. Rodney B. Weaver: ‘If you are a bully …’
In recent years the issue of bullying in our public school system has come to the forefront. Children seeking an education have been the recipients of cruel, brutal outbursts. Stronger intimidating students have taken advantage of their peers. The form of bullying is not always physical, but mental and/or emotional. The invention of cellphones and computers has seen bullying in the cyberspace arena as well.
Local professor gets two Faulkner awards for play, short story
Nancy Mason, assistant professor of Spanish at Dalton State College, was recently named a winner in two categories of the William Faulkner Literary Competition.
This Week in The Civil War, for week of Sunday, Oct. 20
After the Union's bruising defeat at Chickamauga, in the northwest corner of Georgia not far from Chattanooga, Ulysses S. Grant heads to take charge of federal troops hemmed in at Chattanooga now besieged by Confederate forces all around.
Chester V. Clark III: Fear God
Fear is a terrible thing.
As children, our fears involve imaginary monsters or villains creeping with the nighttime flickers and shadows. Though the threats are imaginary, the fears are very real.
Helpful information from the Georgia Department of Agriculture.
This Week in The Civil War, for week of Sunday, Oct. 13
Confederate fighter A.P. Hill abruptly encountered two columns of Union soldiers at Bristoe Station, Va., and attacked, 150 years ago this week in the Civil War.
The Rev. Patricia M. Grace: A time for every purpose …
The time has come for my last column, my last one-way chat with the good people of Dalton. I will be leaving St. Mark’s to take a position in Knoxville, Tenn., working for the Episcopal Church in that region. Although the time for me in Dalton, and with all of you, has been short, it is time to go.
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