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GIRL SCOUT COOKIES NOW ON SALE!!

Written by Matt Davis on January 10, 2012. Posted in News/Weather

I’ve got three words for you – Girl Scout cookies!  The Girl Scout Cookie Program kicked off last Friday as Girl Scouts began taking cookie orders.  They’ll be delivered February 11th thru 17th.  Girl Scout Cookie booths will open on February 17th around the region, with the cookie campaign to wrap up on March 10th.  Cookies are $3.50 per box.  Money raised go towards Girl Scout programs, according to local troop leader Charisse Durham, who heads up Troop 7244 in Lindale.  She says that selling cookies is an educational experience for Girl Scouts.

GEORGIA GENERAL ASSEMBLY BEGINS WORK UNDER THE GOLD DOME

Written by Matt Davis on January 10, 2012. Posted in News/Weather

The 2012 session of the Georgia General Assembly got underway yesterday under the Gold Dome in Atlanta.  Area legislators say that they anticipate that the state’s budget and education will top their agenda in 2012.

BERRY COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL TONIGHT ON WLAQ; SHORTER UNIVERSITY HAWKS GET THEIR HIGHEST RANKING EVER IN LATEST NAIA COACHES POLL

Written by Matt Davis on January 10, 2012. Posted in Sports

We’ll have Berry College basketball on the radio for you tonight on WLAQ AM 1410 and online at www.wlaq1410.com.  We’ll travel to Montgomery, Alabama with the Berry men, who have an 8 pm (Eastern Time) match with Huntingdon College.  Both Berry’s Vikings and Lady Vikings will take on Rust on the road on Saturday.  Those games will also be aired on WLAQ.

TONIGHT’S AREA HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL MATCH UPS

Written by Matt Davis on January 10, 2012. Posted in Sports

There are a number of high school basketball games on tap for tonight.  Here are the match ups –

RAIN, MILD TEMPERATURES TO GIVE WAY TO CLEAR SKIES, COOLER TEMPS LATER THIS WEEK

Written by Matt Davis on January 10, 2012. Posted in News/Weather

Rain and mild temperatures continue to cover Rome and Floyd County.  The National Weather Service reported almost a half an inch of rain from yesterday thru early this morning at the Richard B. Russell Regional Airport/Admiral John H. Towers Field in the Armuchee community.  Rain and fairly warm temperatures remain in the forecast for the next couple of days, it will start to feel more like winter as those temps drop and the rain moves out later on this week.

TIDE ROLLS TIGERS TO WIN BCS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

Written by Matt Davis on January 10, 2012. Posted in Sports

In college football, we knew the winner of this year’s national title would be from the SEC.  And in the end, Alabama emerged as victors in the 2011 BCS National Championship Game.  The Crimson Tide blanked the LSU Tigers 21-0 to win another national championship last night in New Orleans, Louisiana.  Call it revenge for Alabama, whose only loss during the regular season was to LSU back in November.  LSU enjoyed a 2011 season in which they were undefeated until last night.

ATLANTA HAWKS TAKE ROAD WIN OVER NEW JERSEY NETS

Written by Matt Davis on January 10, 2012. Posted in Sports

In NBA news, the Atlanta Hawks defeated the New Jersey Nets 106-101 on the road last night.  The Hawks remain on the road to take on the Indiana Pacers tomorrow night at 7 pm.

ATLANTA FALCONS’ PLAYOFF RUN ENDED BY NEW YORK GIANTS IN WILD CARD ROUND

Written by Matt Davis on January 9, 2012. Posted in Sports

It was an exciting weekend for the NFL as the playoffs began with wild card games.  Unfortunately, the Atlanta Falcons’ playoff run and their season came to an end yesterday as they lost to the NFC East Champion New York Giants 24-2 in the wild card round of the NFC playoffs in East Rutherford, New Jersey.  The Giants will go on to face the Green Bay Packers in the NFC semifinal next Sunday.  The Falcons close out a 2011 season that left them with ten wins and seven losses.

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