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Knocked down early
Three consecutive plays in the final minute of the first half summarized the Georgia Rampage’s season opener Monday night — disappointment, lack of execution and the potential for excitement.
League change downsizes Rampage's schedule
One of the Georgia Rampage’s scheduled opponents has been booted from the Ultimate Indoor Football League, trimming the Dalton franchise’s number of games for the regular season to nine.
Chase Jones will take swing with Dalton State College
Chase Jones was willing to sacrifice a year of golf now for a year of golf later.
Dalton State College hopes to benefit from his choice.
Snake Creek Gap will strike for final trial of 2013 series
The Snake Creek Gap Mountain Bike Time Trials will return to the Pinhoti Trail on Saturday for the third and final race of the 2013 event.
Dalton plays host to Youth Basketball of America tourney again
Youth Basketball of America is bringing its Georgia Super Regional Championship back to Dalton.
Taking it all in(doors)
If each game ends the same as Tuesday night’s preseason contest with the Georgia Panthers, then the Georgia Rampage’s 2013 season should be pretty entertaining.
Pacheco will run for Dalton State College
For the past four years, Isaac Pacheco has been one of the top local runners.
He has decided to keep the “local” label.
Rampage talking about new beginnings
As good as the Georgia Rampage players are at endearing themselves to local residents, co-owner Kacee Smith hopes that will bring more people to today’s game and future games this season.
Murray County grad rolling on to Alabama
Billy Napier didn’t stay at his new job too long.
Jerry Manis showed dedication to area’s young athletes
When Jerry Manis answered the call to serve his country during the Vietnam War, he missed a window of opportunity to pursue a college baseball scholarship.
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