Monday, July 16, 2012

Delinquent property tax reports soar in Floyd County. RNT courting Warren Buffett? Gas prices up another nickel. Upper 90s return this week.

For these and the latest headlines, please see
What's buzzing in Northwest Georgia.
-Backlog of delinquent property tax payers nearly triples in Floyd; so do frequency of tax sales.

-Is the Rome News trying to get Warren Buffett's eye?
-Rome Civic Ballet takes dance to Broad Street.
-Aug. 22 ribbon cutting for Georgia Highlands' 55,000-square-foot student center in Cartersville.

Georgia gas prices up almost six cents last week; still 40 cents less than a year ago.

Weather: 3-H forecast -- hazy, hot and humid
-Monday: 30% rain chance, high of 93, low of 70.
-Tuesday: 40% rain chance, high of 97, low of 70.
-Wednesday: 40% rain chance, high of 94, low of 72.

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-Please join our guests today including Britt Madden of Shorter University on the fourth annual Shorter job expo Sept. 20 at The Forum;  and  Dr. John Barge, Georgia schools superintendent, on statewide CRCT scores.
Rome Braves edge Asheville 6-5 in 11 innings; home again tonight and Tuesday afternoon.

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