Charles Oliver: Don't do good or waste water
Officials in Arlington, Va., have banned the Boy Scouts and other groups from holding charity car washes.
Misty Watson: A bittersweet, nervous, excited, hopeful feeling
So it seems like most of you have already heard the news — considering I’ve been bombarded with emails, Facebook messages and even face-to-face conversations about it.
On Saturday, Jason Carter, the Democratic nominee for governor, fired up a few hundred Democratic Party members at the trade center.
Coach's recovery is an inspiration
Immediately following the deadly April 28 car crash that took Brittany Huber’s life and nearly John Redman’s, the last thought on our minds was when the Dalton State College assistant men’s basketball coach would return as an active member of the Roadrunners’ staff.
Letter: Focusing on Alzheimer's
The Alzheimer’s Association has proclaimed June 2014 as Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month.
Toast of the Town’s benefits are many
The 30 people honored during the annual “Toast of the Town” event through the years have been philanthropists, community leaders, volunteers and entrepreneurs.
Jamie Jones: Musings from around town
A real, honest-to-goodness public hearing broke out in Dalton this past Monday.
Citizen of the Week: Rick Klein
Rick Klein is no stranger to serving the community.
Northwest graduate applauded for her commitment
All too often, the younger generation gets labeled with unjustified criticism.
James Turner: Refugee from Happy Top
In the early 1940s my family moved out of the shadow of Bald Mountain to Dalton in search of work and so that I could go to school.
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