Monday, June 11, 2012

Monday updates from Hometown Headlines

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First, a note: We had someone hack into our server control panel overnight so we won't be able to update the website until early afternoon. But posted so far today are the following updates:

-Local physicians concerned as child obesity cases skyrocket in Northwest Georgia, state. What to do to keep your child active and healthy.
-Key candidates forum set for 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Etowah senior center.
-Welcome home celebration for Iraq veterans set for Saturday in downtown Rome.
-Barbecue festival coming to Euharlee this Saturday.

Georgia gas prices drop 6 cents a gallon vs. last year. Compared to a year ago, you're paying 28 cents less per gallon.

-100% chance of rain today; probably a half-inch of rain due. Slightly cooler, 80 degrees.

Rome Braves clobbered by Augusta, 19-7. The two teams go at it again tonight-Wednesday in Augusta.

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