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Time has flown by and our staff and volunteers are happy to once again host Candlelight Tours at the Chief Vann House Historic Site.

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"Dalton: A Story of Survival," a documentary tracing the city's history of resilience, gained acceptance into three film festivals and won an award for best long documentary at the American Golden Picture International Film Festival in Jacksonville, Florida.

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When the Dalton Board of Education voted earlier this month to provide Dalton Public Schools employees a $1,000 supplement, Chairman Matt Evans noted it was a way to say "thank you" for their efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic, and board members expressed their gratitude to staff in an eve…

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Editor’s note: The Daily Citizen-News will upon request print a notice about anyone found not guilty of the charges listed in Area Arrests, or if the charges have been dropped. Call (706) 272-7723 and be prepared to provide documentation.

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The Whitfield County Board of Commissioners will hold a work session on the 2022 county budget Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. at the Edwards Park Community Center, 115 Edwards Park in Varnell. The work session is open to the public.

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Editor’s note: The Daily Citizen-News will upon request print a notice about anyone found not guilty of the charges listed in Area Arrests, or if the charges have been dropped. Call (706) 272-7723 and be prepared to provide documentation.

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During November, the National Association for Home Care encourages all communities to celebrate National Home Care and Hospice Month, honoring the millions of nurses, home care aides, therapists and social workers who make a difference for the patients and families they serve.

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Dalton resident Kelly Tyler said he has been looking for a Play Station 5 since before Halloween. He didn't find it Friday.

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Editor’s note: The Daily Citizen-News will upon request print a notice about anyone found not guilty of the charges listed in Area Arrests, or if the charges have been dropped. Call (706) 272-7723 and be prepared to provide documentation.

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Now in its 38th year, Hamilton Medical Center’s Love Lights has ushered in the holiday season in Dalton and the surrounding communities.

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The Creative Arts Guild is pleased to remind readers and art lovers that the two wonderful exhibits that opened in November are still on display and will be featured again at a gallery event on Friday, Dec. 3.

• The annual Christmas Candlelight and Communion All Music Service is presented Sunday, Dec. 5, at 7 p.m. at ChristChurch Presbyterian. The public is invited. "This very special service has for decades been regarded as one of the best Christmas season music presentations in the entire area,"…

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The coldest nights of winter are still several weeks away, but Dr. Christopher Stearns of Dalton Animal Care said now is the time to start thinking about how to keep pets safe and warm this winter.

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Editor’s note: The Daily Citizen-News will upon request print a notice about anyone found not guilty of the charges listed in Area Arrests, or if the charges have been dropped. Call (706) 272-7723 and be prepared to provide documentation.

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Santa Claus — along with Mrs. Claus and The Grinch — made an early pre-Christmas appearance in Dalton on Saturday to enjoy some milk and doughnuts alongside local families while taking photos with them at the Dalton Shrine Club.

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Hamilton Medical Center on Wednesday had 29 COVID patients (19 unvaccinated; 66%); eight of those were in the intensive care unit (ICU) (six unvaccinated; 75%); and three were on ventilators (three unvaccinated; 100%), according to information posted on the hospital's website.

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BRUNSWICK — After more than 11 hours of deliberation, jurors — 11 white and one Black —delivered guilty murder verdicts Wednesday on three white men accused of killing a Black man jogging in the street of their Brunswick, Georgia neighborhood.

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Editor’s note: The Daily Citizen-News will upon request print a notice about anyone found not guilty of the charges listed in Area Arrests, or if the charges have been dropped. Call (706) 272-7723 and be prepared to provide documentation.

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To allow for increased holiday traffic, Georgia Department of Transportation is suspending lane closures on Georgia interstates and roadways near shopping centers beginning today at 5 a.m. until Sunday at 10 p.m. These statewide lane closure restrictions will help to reduce traffic congestio…

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ATLANTA — Georgia’s new voting district map for the next 10 years is on its way to Gov. Brian Kemp's desk, following the General Assembly’s approval Monday of the Republican-led redistricting plan.

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BRUNSWICK — Jurors — 11 white and one Black — will begin deliberating Tuesday the fate of three white men accused of killing a Black man in the street of their Brunswick neighborhood.

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Dalton City Administrator Andrew Parker recently asked department heads to review the city charter to see if they saw anything that needed to be updated. That review spotted one big omission.

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Editor’s note: The Daily Citizen-News will upon request print a notice about anyone found not guilty of the charges listed in Area Arrests, or if the charges have been dropped. Call (706) 272-7723 and be prepared to provide documentation.

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The Gratefull Dalton Give Back food drive didn't officially start until 11 a.m. Monday but by 10:45 a.m. volunteers were hard at work sorting food and boxing it for the Chattanooga Area Food Bank, which serves Whitfield and several other counties.

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"Letters From Red Farm: The Untold Story of the Friendship Between Helen Keller and Journalist Joseph Edgar Chamberlin" is not "Helen's story or Ed's story," but, rather, a tale of "two lives, two people," during the course of a 40-year-plus friendship, said Betsy Emerson, the new book's author.

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