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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.
Ready for a Rampage
Steve Reed and his family used to travel to Gwinnett County to watch indoor football.
Now they don’t have to drive as far.
New race more than just a run
Justin Hair hopes the races StrongHouse Productions puts on allow people to see the outdoor opportunities the Dalton area presents.
Devin Golden: Do fans doubt all athletes now?
It’s strange how one simple four-word question can snowball an entire string of thoughts worthy of a column.
‘Fastest doper’: Local cyclists give thoughts on Armstrong
Reminiscent of a roundtable discussion, local cycling enthusiasts inside Dalton’s Bear Creek Bike Shop had a variety of perspectives regarding Lance Armstrong’s admission to using performance enhancing drugs in his infamous professional cycling career.
Former Brave Sid Bream wows fans at expo
CHATSWORTH — Without his most famous play, Sid Bream believes he would’ve fallen into obscurity and not many would remember him.
Local and prep sports: No shortage of options for fans this weekend
With middle school, high school and college sports competition galore, plus a visit from an Atlanta Braves legend, this weekend is shaping up to be one of this winter’s busiest for the area.
Weather permitting, of course.
Cochran, Fire Blazers win season’s last game
The Dalton Inline Hockey League wrapped up its 2012-13 season with a pair of games Tuesday at The Zone Skate Center in Dalton.
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