Thursday, October 5, 2017

All eyes on new tropical threat that could wash out our Sunday, Monday. Robinson bringing 'Bo Time' to Adairsville; downtown updates. Coosa Valley Fair updates (and that escape room could have a clone here soon). Norman's No-Nos: 10 locks to lose in college football this weekend. Berry, Shorter streaking in the opposite directions.

Northwest Georgia's campaign headquarters for 2017 with news updates all day: Hometown Headlines

Ware Mechanical Weather Alert: Tropical storm conditions possible Sunday, Monday. Continuing updates all day. Weather

Business: Wayne Robinson adding drive-through Bojangles in Adairsville; continues work on 'The Vogue.'  Like the escape room at the fair? Another could be on the way. Chamber's Geek Week returns. Business

Campaign finance reports: Quick builds $8,550 war chest for commission run; 11 of 15 school board candidates state they won't raise or spend more than $2,500, exempt from filing. Plus: Other notes drawn from the reports on file. Politics

Your election headquarters: Latest calendar updates. Politics

Coosa Valley Fair, day three (seniors, kids day). Complete schedule, latest round of winners.

Tellus' latest exhibit shows you how 'many, many other devices' have evolved into today's smartphones.  Tellus 

Buzz:  RSO opens 96th season with 'Symphonic Magic' on Oct. 14. Scouts reunion is Oct. 22 at Camp Sidney Dew.  Rome High's Show Choir bringing in Billy Joel, Elton John impersonators for benefit concert Nov. 4.  Buzz

Key events to mark Domestic Violence Awareness Month, including the 10th anniversary of Walk a Mile in Her Shoes. Updated events

Obituaries: Mr. Jerry Ronald Burrows, Mr. Robert Davis Newton, Mr. Jessie Thorvald 'Butch' Smith. Obituaries

Public Health restaurant inspection scores. Dining

Area arrest reports brought to you by Dr. Miniyar's Pediatrics. Crimewatch

Chick-fil-A Dwarf House Sports Report:       

Norman's No-Nos: 12th Man? What 12th Man as the Crimson Tide visits College Station. Norman Arey
Streaking: Berry Vikings' 10-game win streak among longest in Division III; Shorter Hawks have lost 22 consecutive DII games.

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7:40 a.m. Floyd County Sheriff Tim Burkhalter on how law enforcement copes in the wake of what happened in Polk County last Friday.
8:10 a.m. Matt Pearce of the Small Business Development Center in Rome on cybersecurity, part two, especially in light of the Equifax fiasco and now Yahoo.

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