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The only mayor Cohutta has ever had
For more than 40 years, Don Henderson and the town of Cohutta have been inseparable.
Holiday closings, garbage pickup schedules
Dalton city, Varnell and Whitfield County government offices will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday for the Christmas holiday.
Deck the halls and set the tables
Lydia Diego’s three children played happily on the floor of the cafeteria at Antioch Elementary School with their new toys as she and husband William Gaspar looked on.
Investigators still searching for woman missing since 2004
Karen Koense said she knew her older sister wouldn’t just walk out on the family — that couldn’t be why 65-year-old Mary Mergel seemed to just vanish from her Murray County home in early 2004.
United Way closer to goal
Bob Ringer, campaign chairman for United Way, announced that United Way has reached 80 percent of its $3.5 million goal for the community.
Restaurant report card — Whitfield County
Restaurant reports from the Whitfield County Health Department
Civil War anniversary: The Army of Tennessee comes to Dalton
After a humiliating defeat and rout at Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge, the Confederate Army of Tennessee on Nov. 26, 1863, retreated into the hills of North Georgia. By the end of November and early December 1863 they began settling into winter quarters in Dalton.
Pro wrestling fundraiser ‘a blessing’
VARNELL — The two Whitfield County school principals probably won’t wrestle each other again.
They were happy to combine their fandom with a bigger cause.
A prize worth waiting for
Twelve years ago, Sergio Triana brought home from school an unopened letter he was told to give his parents.
Early Christmas presents
Ask Emanuel Prado, 7, about his new bike.
He probably won’t give you an answer right away. He’ll probably start laughing and smiling and wondering if he’s dreaming. He wasn’t expecting to get a bike for Christmas.
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