This morning's first headlines and updates all day from Hometown Headlines
Neil Gorsuch, 49, is nominated to join the Supreme Court of the United States. Updates from senators Isakson, Perdue. On Hometown Radio at 8:10 a.m. Reaction from Supreme Court watcher Mark Cochran. SCOTUS
Authorities believe remains found in Whitfield County are those of missing Rome man. Updates
Downtown Rome is getting a colorful new look -- including hearts, footprints and lots of yarn. It all means . . . ? Colors
Weather: 'PrepareAthon! tornado drill' is Feb. 8 as part of Severe Weather Preparedness Week. In South Georgia, recovery efforts continue; how you can join GNTC in helping victims. Severe
Ware Mechanical Weather Center: After a high of 71 Tuesday, more 'spring break' today. Back to normal Thursday just in time for Ground Hog Day. Weather
Business: A dozen jobs available at Cedartown job fair Feb. 8. More training honors for Mohawk, Shaw. Business
Education: Armuchee Middle's David Lane takes first place at the Spring Sixth Grade Berry College Mathematics Contest; school finishes second out of 17 overall. Math
Education: Armuchee Middle 7th grader repeats as oratorical champion. Darlington's Scholastic Art & Writing winners. Big Saturday for Darbots. Education
Education: Miguel Ramirez named GNTC's GOAL student; Jeremiah Cooper named Perkins instructor. Emily Connell to represent college at the EAGLE Leadership Institute. GNTC
Buzz: Chieftains to host fourth annual seed swap on Feb. 18. 'Charlie Brown' due at DeSoto. Tourism grands for Bartow, Chattooga counties. Buzz
Georgia Health News: Panel begins new quest for dental hygienist law. Health
Remembering Mr. David E. Bost, Mrs. Bertha Sue Fowler Bowman, Mr. Melvin Leonard Bruce, Wayne Edward Griffith, Mrs. Fannie Mae Inez Gardhigh Ragland, Mr. Glenn William 'Rhinestone' Watwood Sr. Obituaries
Public Health restaurant inspection scores. Dining
Area arrest reports brought to you by Dr. Miniyar's Pediatrics. Crimewatch
State business headlines: Georgia Trend
Northwest Georgia jobs: Career Builder
Chick-fil-A Dwarf House Sports Report
Latest high school basketball scores.
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Please join our guests including:
7:40 a.m.: Mandy Maloney, Executive Director of the Rome Area Council for the Arts, on the Fourth Annual Rome Community HeART Project in conjunction with Redmond Regional Medical Center.
8:10 a.m.: Mark Cochran, known for his design work across Northwest Georgia, joins us to talk about Donald Trump's U.S. Supreme Court nomination.