Monday, April 8, 2013

Bartow chamber ramps up to lure Steeplechase visitors back to town. Gas prices down 40 cents a gallon vs. a year ago. Lowe's distribution center ribbon cutting Thursday. Low 80s due by Tuesday.

For these and today's latest headlines, please see
The Buzz of Northwest Georgia.  
-'Bartow Village' to anchor strong local push by Cartersville-Bartow chamber at this Saturday's Steeplechase.
-The concept: Lure many of the 20,000 visiting fans back to the region after the races at Kingston Downs.
-Plus: Clydesdales on the way to Kingston and Rome..
-Northwest Georgia Credit Union making changes at Dean Avenue office?
Ribbon cutting set for noon Thursday at Lowe's Regional Distribution Center in Shannon.
Georgia Power thanks agencies who assisted with aftermath of Plant Bowen explosion.
Gas prices drop another four cents a gallon; prices 40 cents cheaper than a year ago.
-Plus latest regional gas prices.
Back to the 80s starting Tuesday.

-Monday: Partly sunny, high of 79, low of 55.

-Tuesday: Sunny, high of 83, low of 56.

-Wednesday: Partly cloudy, high of 85, low of 60; 30% rain chance overnight.

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-Dr. Renva Watterson, interim president of Georgia Highlands College, with updates on what's new at GHC
-Lisa Greeby, health services program manager forNorthwest Georgia Public Health, on several area health topics including LakePoint Sporting Community.
-Leanne Mann on Darlington's summer camp programs.
Hometown Sports

Rome Braves fall to Savannah, 4-0, at home.
-Greensboro in town tonight at 7; first of four games.
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