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Crash victim dies from injuries
A 68-year-old Dalton man whose SUV collided with a train last week in the city has died, officials said.
David Pennington says Gov. Nathan Deal must be worried to have sent his “top rattlesnakes” to Pennington’s press conference outside Deal’s office at the state Capitol on Wednesday.
Alliant VP: Problematic Obamacare here to stay
It no longer matters what a person’s opinion is of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, commonly referred to as Obamacare. because it has already passed Congress and is now in place, said Mark Mixer, vice president of Alliant Health Plans.
Church plans parade to celebrate Easter
As many churches in the area prepare for their Easter sunrise service on Sunday, one Dalton church is preparing for something a little different.
- DPD investigates entering auto case
- Text of David Pennington's press release
Pennington says Deal can't handle governor's duties (Updated 4:30 p.m.)
If Gov. Nathan Deal is having records with the state Department of Revenue stored elsewhere, David Pennington says Deal should leave office immediately.
‘Belief in the boundless potential of young people’
When long-time school teacher I.V. Chandler was in his 40s with three kids to support and little money to his name, he left a steady job for the uncertainty of a newly-formed business.
Whitfield adds two days to school calendar for next school year
Sometimes they come to work and don’t get paid.
Dalton State College gets another tuition hike
Dalton State College students will pay higher tuition starting in the fall semester, which has students such as Thomas Skyes scratching their heads.
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