Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Sheriff Burkhalter at Opryland as explosion hits, describes scene. Work begins on Armuchee funeral home, crematory. Food truck business grows. Weather: Nothing but 90s.

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Sheriff Burkhalter at Opryland as explosion hits
-Blast 'shook the building,' says Burkhalter, who was not injured.

Work begins on Henderson's Armuchee chapel, crematory
-Funeral home hopes former church will be ready by fall.

Another food truck player in Rome: Tim's Dog House
-Trend continues to grow in our market.
-Tuesday's public health restaurant scores.

Business updates:
-Cook's Pest Control to expand.
-Chamber after hours Thursday at new Advance Rehab clinic.

Wednesday's Buzz

Weather: Nothing but 90s now through Tuesday
-Wednesday: High of 91, low of 63.
-Thursday: High of 92, low of 64.
-Friday: 20% rain chance, high of 93, low of 66.

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition, WRGA 1470 AM
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-Please join our guests today including Marsha Atkins of Heyman HospiceCare at Floyd on the 20th anniversary of the organizing helping patients and families; Mike Morton of the Rome Tea Party on the governor's checking on local support for T-SPLOST; and Dr. Vanice Roberts, Berry College's new dean of the nursing program.

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