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Thanks, but no thanks
School administrators in Whitfield and Murray counties say they are not interested in a new option that would allow teachers and staff to carry firearms in classrooms and on school campuses.
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Wrong arrest leads to audit of warrant system
Dalton officials are blaming a paperwork mix-up for the June 28 arrest of a man who was not in violation of his probation.
Civil War anniversary: The Blunt House hospital
All wars have their battlefield tales of glory, valor and gallantry. All also have stories from behind those battle lines — sad chronicles of injury, disease and death.
Col. Higdon retires from Army
Dalton native Col. Mark L. Higdon retired from the U.S. Army on June 12 after a 25-year career. He was the outgoing commander of Moncrief Army Community Hospital at Fort Jackson, S.C.
'Set up, Punchline, Topper'
Brent Haley, a local writer, performer and comedian, has decided to take his stand-up show on the road.
Murray school board candidates make their pitches
CHATSWORTH — With two contested races, the Murray County Board of Education could see a shakeup come November.
Georgia Wildlife Rescue Association reports busy ‘baby season,’ need for volunteers
In an effort to educate the public about what to do when finding a wild animal that may be injured or orphaned, the Georgia Wildlife Rescue Association (GWRA) has released information about the numbers and types of calls it has received on its statewide Wildlife Hotline.
Werner and Mary Braun: Lasting memories
A number of years ago, I went on a camera safari in Kenya. As chances would have it, I was the only passenger in the safari truck so I had a lot of freedom in terms of where we wanted to go, the types of animals we wanted to see and how long we lingered at each location.
Dalton police officer acts to save injured dog
A dog hit by a car in the middle of Walnut Avenue is getting a second chance at life thanks to the actions of a Dalton police officer and his family.
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