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Dalton company expands after acquisition
A Dalton welding supplies firm has seen its workforce doubled from three to six after being acquired by a Tennessee company last week.
Werner Braun: Downtown Dalton is thriving again
When I think about the past few years in Dalton, I’m struck by how much has changed both for the community and for me as well.
Qualifying for the May 20 primaries continued on Thursday.
Charlie Bowen passes away
Dalton resident Charlie Bowen, a longtime educator, community leader and centenarian, passed away this morning.
Two arrested in meth bust
Two men from outside the area face trafficking in meth and other charges after the Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office’s Narcotics Unit learned a delivery of a large amount of meth was set for Tunnel Hill.
In Russia, ‘the world came to us’
On a warm train in Russia, Earl Brackin was handing out pins with the message of Christianity on it without wanting anything in return. A few minutes later, he received something unexpected.
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.
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