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Several more candidates qualify for primaries
Qualifying for the May 20 primaries continued on Wednesday.
Wife’s memory inspires Chatsworth man’s lottery win
A Chatsworth man who won a $77,922 jackpot prize from the Feb. 25 Fantasy 5 drawing said the winning numbers were of significance to him because they were in memory of his wife.
Pennington supporters think he’s the real deal
David Pennington’s supporters know he has an uphill battle to win the Republican primary in his bid to become Georgia’s next governor, but they’re not worried about his abilities, his vision or whether his message will resonate with enough voters.
Helping ‘America’s bravest’
Todd Love was afraid at any minute he might be killed.
Qualifying slows on second day
Qualifying for the May 20 primaries got off to a busy start on Monday, but slowed down on Tuesday.
Congress hopeful ‘Dr. Rad’ considers health care ‘a right’
Atlanta psychiatrist Branko Radulovacki said he wants to focus on strengthening health care reform measures and pushing for policies aimed at “leveling the economic playing field” if he’s elected to Congress.
Pennington qualifies for governor's race
Former Dalton mayor David Pennington qualified today to run for governor, according to the Secretary of State’s office.
DPD raising money for Special Olympics Georgia
The Dalton Police Department is once again taking part in the statewide Law Enforcement Torch Run effort to raise money for Special Olympics Georgia.
Pennington praised as hard work of campaign begins
David Pennington said he wanted to clarify one thing Monday night. He is not stepping down as mayor of Dalton to run for a higher office.
Whitfield decides on makeup days
Parents with students in the Whitfield County Schools system need to look at their calendars today and possibly make some changes, school officials said.
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