Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Thompson cruises to Senate District 14 win. Cartersville Christmas parade moves to Dec. 12 because of weather. Dense fog advisory until 10 this morning. John McClellan on new high school classifications. Later today: Bartow County Jail reports

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Church's Chicken wants to build on spot near Red Lobster on Shorter Avenue n Rome Third new Church's in our area.
See who won Tuesday's Christmas parade in Rome.
-Huge turnout for 'Christmas at the Movies.'
-More than 20 photos; brief video of Santa's arrival.
-Cartersville parade moved to Dec. 12 because of weather concerns.
Thompson cruises to easy win over Laughridge for District 14 Senate seat. Turnout: Under 7 percent.
Darlington Associate Headmaster James Milford accepts top post at Florida school.
Real estate sales up in November vs. same month last year.
Darlington's Festival of Lessons & Carols is Sunday.
-Additional new Christmas events from area churches.
John McClellan takes a closer look at high school realignments.
Public Health restaurant scores.
-No reports from Floyd, Bartow counties.
Ware Mechanical forecast:
-Dense fog advisory until 10 a.m.; rain in the forecast for the next few days. Storms possible.
Today's jail reports.
Updates on high school reclassifications.
John McClellan's high school playoff picks:
 semifinal high school forecast for this weekend
Norman Arey's Norman's No Nos, conference title losers. Coming this Friday.
Links to latest updates from Berry, Shorter, Georgia Northwestern and Georgia Highlands.
Final four set for NAIA title game; winners play Dec. 21 at Barron Stadium.
-Update on ticket sales.
Your Ware Ware Mechanical forecast:

-Wednesday:  20% rain chance, high of 69, low of 59.

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-Please join our guests Wednesday:

-Bill Peterson, athletics director atShorter University, on the 2013 edition of the NAIA Football National Championship due at Barron Stadium Dec. 21.

-Barbara Massey Reece, former state representative, on Saturday's "Remembering Pearl Harbor" service in Summerville.  

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