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Extremely cold weather is here to stay for the next few days, with the low temperatures expected to be in the teens. So it is important to be aware of the dangers such cold weather can bring to people, cars and pets and take appropriate action.

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Revelers wanting to continue their partying at local bars and restaurants in Dalton after the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s Day will have a chance to do so since the City Council voted to extend the hours that licensed establishments can serve alcoholic beverages by the drink at the s…

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Maria Perez said she was speechless after recently learning about an incident two years ago involving her son Gabriel and his friend Kyler Bonds.

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Now that the presents have been exchanged and unwrapped, it's time to clear away the boxes and clutter as we ready for the new year. But before you throw out that Christmas tree, take a moment to remove all ornaments and tinsel from it and gather all unwanted electronics in an effort to make…

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Our mayor of Dalton and an outgoing council member have been making the case for their increase in city spending for the 2018 budget and a proposed 20 percent property tax increase by saying “You cannot cut your way to prosperity.”

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Connie Simerley has dressed as Mrs. Claus and volunteered as a bell ringer for The Salvation Army in Dalton's annual Red Kettle Campaign for four years.

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While the news of our last Kmart closing is certainly unwelcome news, this is also a tremendous opportunity for our community as it works to create an environment that entices middle and upper income earners to not just work here but also to live here.

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The Christmas lights and decorations are displayed in businesses first, (sometimes as early as late summer), and then on city streets. By now, many homes also have gotten their Christmas trees and other decorations shining and blinking through these post-Thanksgiving, long, fall nights.

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When Northwest Whitfield High School sophomore Eli Qualls came home with a bag of snacks last week, his mom, Rhonda Sellers, was puzzled.

A common feature of our time is the extent to which many in our nation have become preoccupied with diversity. But true diversity obsession, almost a mania, is found at our institutions of higher learning. Rather than have a knee-jerk response for or against diversity, I think we should ask …

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Prom night is a special night for young ladies. But sometimes a young woman may not have the resources to truly enjoy the prom.

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One in four people with diabetes don't know they have it -- and more than 30 million Americans have the disease, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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While the winning candidates in Tuesday’s city of Dalton elections coasted to decisive victories, the $50 million school bond referendum for Dalton Public Schools win was a squeaker with just 135 votes of 2,843 total votes determining its passage. While a win is a win, the school board and a…

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For several organizations making a difference in this community, David Blaylock is or has been somewhere behind the scenes helping them help others.

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