Friday, October 25, 2013

Freeze warning for 2 until 10 a.m. Saturday as record low due. Frost advisory today until 9 a.m. Chamber's business showcase begins. Latest Public Health restaurant scores. Later today: Bartow County Jail reports. Tonight: football scores

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Ware Mechanical weather alert

-Frost advisory in effect until 9 this morning; freeze warning set for 2 until 10 a.m. Saturday; record low temperatures due.
Huge weekend across Northwest Georgia continues:
-Saturday's events include Harbin Clinic Zombie-Thon 5K and 2-Mile Health Walk, downtown block party, fireworks at 9:45 p.m., Peach State band festival, Chiaha and Booth's cowboy symposium.
Halloween Headlines: YMCA's BooFest tonight at Grizzard Park, Harbin Clinic Zombie-Thon on Saturday; more events.
-Cartersville chamber's business showcase opens tonight for members, on Saturday to the public at Clarence Brown Conference Center.
-Cabela's posts solid third-quarter numbers; announces plans for three more stores; Emerson due in a year.
-Karen Handel meets with Floyd GOP on Saturday; Bartow GOP to hear from Senate District 14 candidates. Plus: Links to Rome commission, school board televised forums.
Jerusalem Grill opening soon at former Ana's Deli location. Main focus: 'Authentic Mediterranean food.'
-Oncologist Dr. Matt Mumber to discuss 'Sustainable Wellness' with Exchange Club today. New doctor at Floyd.
-State Department of Labor's 'SWAT' team to help job seekers here two days before career expo in November.


Public Health restaurant scores. Dining
-Updates from Floyd, Bartow.
Today's jail reports.
-Shorter falls 38-17 to Delta State.
-Next up: At Clark Atlanta on Nov. 2.
Berry at Chris Hunter Stadium vs. 
  Birmingham-Southern at 1 p.m. Saturday.
Norman Arey's Norman's No-Nos:
-Tech wins, Georgia doesn't lose, Missouri gets beaten.
John McClellan's high school picks:
-Coosa over Model; Pepperell by 1 over Chattooga; Cartersville, Cedartown, Calhoun cruises.
Links to radio broadcasts, scoreboard shows.
-Latest scores:

High School Football Daily. Darlington continues to lead Class A football power ratings; Cedartown running back Nick Chubb should pass the 2,000-yard mark tonight.
Your Ware Ware Mechanical forecast:  

-Friday: Sunny, high of 56, low of 26.

Frost advisory until 9 a.m.  

-Saturday: Sunny, high of 63, low of 42; freeze warning from 2 until 10 a.m.

-Sunday: More sun, high of 70, low of 45.


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-Please join our guests Friday including:

-Kristi Kent of Rome Floyd Parks and Rec on Saturday's Harbin Clinic Zombie-Thon 5K and 2-Mile Health Walk.

-J.P. Singh with Duke Hospitality, the company bringing theCourtyard by Marriott to West Third Street in Rome.

-Elliot Echols, a 2012 Berry College graduate who's been named National Youth Director by the Republican National Committee.

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