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The force wasn’t strong with them
Standing in line for long hours, mostly outside in freezing weather, makes you do crazy things so you won’t go crazy, said Logan Alexander Smith.
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Civil War anniversary: The Confederacy’s Chattanooga catastrophe
Although the Civil War would not finally end until the spring of 1865, a strong argument can be made that its outcome was sealed during three days of fighting around Chattanooga in late November, 1863.
Green named Whitfield Career Firefighter of Year at annual banquet
Engineer Dennis Green is the 2013 Whitfield County Career Firefighter of the Year.
Hamilton’s Love Lights shine Monday
The community is invited to attend the 31st annual lighting celebration of Hamilton Medical Center’s Love Light Trees on Monday evening. The lighting ceremony will begin at 6 p.m. at Hamilton Medical Center in the Bandy Parking Plaza on the corner of Memorial and Broadrick drives.
Dalton school board invites community to discuss secondary facilities and enrollment
Dalton Public Schools will host a public meeting on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. to initiate a study group to examine and recommend solutions to address facilities and program needs due to increased secondary enrollment. The meeting is scheduled in the Commons area at Dalton High School.
Thursday openings don’t diminish Black Friday
Shannon Kelley knew exactly what she wanted.
“Bows and arrows. That’s all my little girl has been asking for since she saw ‘The Hunger Games,’” Kelley said. “She wanted them since she saw the first movie last year, but we thought she was a little young then.”
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