Friday, September 20, 2013

Up to two inches of rain possible on Saturday. 82-degree kickoff forecast tonight. Norman's No-Nos: Horrible slate of college football games. Later today: Bartow County Jail reports.

For more on these updates and for today's latest news, weather, business and sports, please see
-Soggy Saturday on the way. Up to two inches of rain possible.
-U.S. Rep. Tom Graves' star rising with push to 'defund Obamacare,' keep government operating.
-Chamber's Geek Week wraps up; Berry's final farmers market of the year is Saturday. Cartersville brewery to the rescue.
-Latest updates from Floyd County; no Bartow reports.
Ware Mechanical forecast: Click
-Mid 80s today but that changes quickly on Saturday. Kickoff forecast: 82 degrees, no rain.

Today's Bartow County Jail reports.
Norman's No Nos: Not exactly a marquee weekend in college football. But here's who will lose -- and why.

High School football.
-Where to listen to tonight's games; scoreboard shows.
-John McClellan's latest picks: Big win for Darlington; Cartersville, Cedartown to stay unbeaten.
-Georgia High School Football Daily:

Berry plays Mercer in Macon on Saturday.

Shorter Hawks off to face Valdosta State Saturday.
Your Ware Ware Mechanical forecast:


-Friday: Mostly sunny,  high of 88, low of 69. Overnight: 80% rain chance.

-Saturday: 100% chance of rain,  high of 81, low of 61.

-Sunday: Sun returns, high of 80, low of 59.

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition

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-Please join our guests Friday including:

-Layla Shipman, Floyd County Republican Party,  on Saturday meeting and October family day.

-Hometown Headlines/WRGA News Roundtable as Kevin Karel, Andrew Carter and a player to be named later join us to talk about the headlines for the past seven days.

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