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One night, two paths
He was an immigrant from India working the graveyard shift at a convenience store thousands of miles away from home.
She was a singer from Detroit trying to expand her fan base some 630 miles from home.
He will be remembered today at a funeral.
Learning about ‘the real world’
Mahmood “Momo” Alhijazi, a freshmen at Morris Innovative High School, speaks fluent English. A year ago, he said he didn’t know much outside his native language of Arabic.
Court-appointed special advocates serve vital role
The job promises no pay, little public recognition and the possibility of real heartbreak.
So why do people volunteer as a court-appointed special advocate (CASA)?
Executions in the Army of Tennessee at Dalton
Confederate Gen. Braxton Bragg, appointed commander of the Confederate Army of Tennessee in November 1862, carried with him a reputation as a harsh taskmaster — quick to shoot a man for any number of infractions ranging from desertion, looting, destruction of civilian property or unauthorized discharge of a weapon.
Talk on Sherman's March scheduled
The March meeting of the Dalton Civil War Roundtable is Thursday, March 20, at 7:30 p.m. at the Whitfield-Murray Historical Society at 715 Chattanooga Ave.
Restaurant report card — Whitfield County
Restaurant reports from the Whitfield County Health Department
Wrecks send several to hospital
Several wrecks with injuries over the past few days have Georgia State Patrol investigators working to sort out all the details.
Dalton school system chief’s contract extended
The Dalton Board of Education unanimously voted to renew Superintendent Jim Hawkins’ contract as head of Dalton Public Schools for another three years.
Chatsworth woman hopes books inspire others
Four years ago, the church Sharon Schwartz was attending at the time asked her to speak at a ladies’ retreat.
Chatsworth man awaits child molestation sentence
A Chatsworth man convicted of child molestation faces a sentencing date in Murray County Superior Court before Judge David Blevins on March 26.
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