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CANCER NAVIGATORS SEEKING A FEW GOOD VOLUNTEERS

Written by Matt Davis on June 26, 2012. Posted in News/Weather

Calling all would-be volunteers!!!  Cancer Navigators is seeking a few good men and women to help with their mission of assisting cancer patients with their journey from diagnosis thru treatment.  The organization will hold a meet and greet gathering for existing and prospective volunteers this evening from 5:30 pm until 6:30 pm in the third floor conference room at the Harbin Clinic’s Tony E. Warren MD Cancer Center on Second Avenue in Rome.  

DEAL COMMENTS ON SUPREME COURT’S RULING ON TRI-STATE WATER CASE AND ARIZONA IMMIGRATION LAW

Written by Matt Davis on June 26, 2012. Posted in News/Weather

Governor Nathan Deal had some comments yesterday on behalf of the state of Georgia upon hearing the US Supreme Court’s decisions on the tri-state water case and on Arizona’s immigration law.

SEARCH CONTINUES AT LAKE WEISS FOR BODY OF DROWNED ROME MAN

Written by Matt Davis on June 26, 2012. Posted in News/Weather

The search continues for the body of a Rome man who is believed to have drowned in Lake Weiss over the weekend.  Matthew Huether, age 27, was on a family outing on Sunday afternoon.  His wife and children were swimming when the children got carried away by the wind.  Huether went to rescue them, began to struggle and went under.  He is believed to have drowned.  The search for his body continues.

ATLANTA BRAVES READY FOR LONG HOME STAND; HEYWARD NAMED NL PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Written by Matt Davis on June 26, 2012. Posted in Sports

The Atlanta Braves took the day off yesterday and begin their longest home stand of the year tonight at Turner Field.  It will open with three games against the Arizona Diamondbacks tonight thru Thursday night.  That will be followed by three games against the Washington Nationals over the weekend.  The series will conclude with four games against the Chicago Cubs next Monday thru Thursday.  

TWO-YEAR-OLD’S DEATH UNDER INVESTIGATION

Written by Matt Davis on June 26, 2012. Posted in News/Weather

The death of a two-year-old girl yesterday is currently under investigation by local police.  The girl, whose identity has yet to be released, was pronounced dead at 2:30 pm yesterday afternoon.  The girl was reportedly at a home at the intersection of Reeceburg Road and Booze Mountain Road when it was believed she was having a seizure.  A family member sought the help of a neighbor who attempted to perform CPR on the girl, to no avail.  Her body is being sent to the GBI Crime Lab in Atlanta for an autopsy.

PATRIOTIC-THEMED LECTURE SET FOR TOMORROW AT TELLUS M– USEUM

Written by Matt Davis on June 26, 2012. Posted in News/Weather

The Fourth of July is right around the corner, and the Tellus:  Northwest Georgia Science Museum in Cartersville will celebrate the occasion (early) with a special patriotic-themed lecture entitled “Why Was Washington Not Born on Washington’s Birthday?” tomorrow at noon in the museum’s private dining room.  The lecture, a part of the Tellus Lunch and Learn series, will be delivered by astronomer David Dundee.

ROME BRAVES OPEN HOME STAND WITH WIN OVER GREENVILLE DRIVE AT SMS

Written by Matt Davis on June 26, 2012. Posted in Sports

The Rome Braves opened up a nine game home stand with a 4-2 win over the Greenville Drive last night at State Mutual Stadium.

ATLANTA HAWKS INTRODUCE DANNY FERRY AS NEW GM

Written by Matt Davis on June 26, 2012. Posted in News/Weather

In NBA news, the Atlanta Hawks have hired a new general manager.  Danny Ferry was introduced as the Hawks’ president of basketball operations and general manager yesterday.  Ferry comes to the Hawks after serving for two years as vice president of basketball operations for the San Antonio Spurs.  He served as GM for the Cleveland Cavaliers from 2005-2010, helping the team advance to the 2007 NBA Finals.

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