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CONGRESSMAN PHIL GINGREY: NUCLEAR ENERGY PLANT TO BRING JOBS TO GEORGIA

Written by Matt Davis on February 15, 2012. Posted in News/Weather

Jobs are expected to be brought to the state of Georgia as a result of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s licensure approval of Georgia Power’s plans to begin construction on Plant Vogtle Units 3 and 4 in Waynesboro.

HARBIN CLINIC CANCER CENTER NAMED CANCER PRACTICE OF THE YEAR BY GEORGIA SOCIETY OF CLINICAL ONCOLOGY

Written by Matt Davis on February 15, 2012. Posted in News/Weather

Harbin Clinic’s Tony E. Warren MD Cancer Center has been named the Cancer Practice of the Year for 2011 by the Georgia Society of Clinical Oncology (GASCO), the professional organization representing Georgia physicians specializing in cancer care, according to a Harbin Clinic media release.  Practice of the Year is GASCO’s highest award.

BERRY MEN FALL TO BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN IN COLLEGE HOOPS

Written by Matt Davis on February 15, 2012. Posted in Sports

In your local college basketball update, Berry College’s Vikings lost to no. 8 Birmingham Southern 69-58 in men’s hoops last night at Berry’s Cage Center.  
It will be a big night in local college basketball tomorrow night when Berry College and Shorter University meet for the second time this season in a cross-town showdown at Berry.  Berry’s Lady Vikings will take on Shorter’s number 22 Lady Hawks at 6 pm.  The Vikings will face the number one Hawks at 8 pm.  The games will be broadcast on both 95.7 FM The Ridge and WLAQ AM 1410 and on our websites, www.theridge957.com and www.wlaq1410.com.

ATLANTA HAWKS BEGIN ROAD TRIP WITH LOSS TO LA LAKERS

Written by Matt Davis on February 15, 2012. Posted in Sports

In NBA news, the Atlanta Hawks kicked off a five game road trip with a loss to the LA Lakers 86-78 last night in LA.  That leaves the Hawks with 18 wins and 12 losses overall for the 2011-2012 season.  They have nine wins and five losses on the road.  The Hawks will be in Phoenix, Arizona to take on the Suns tonight at 9 pm.

GREATER ROME CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU RELEASES 2011 ANNUAL REPORT

Written by Matt Davis on February 15, 2012. Posted in News/Weather

The Greater Rome Convention and Visitors Bureau has released its 2011 Annual Report, which reveals a total economic impact of $7,650,850 in GRCVB directly-assisted events in Rome and Floyd County.  Economic impact from sporting events totaled 71 percent of the total impact, according to a GRCVB release.

HO– USE FIRE VICTIM IDENTIFIED

Written by Matt Davis on February 15, 2012. Posted in News/Weather

The victim of a house fire on Fosters Mill Road on Saturday evening has been identified.  Dorothy Nell Clonts, age 75, died at the scene just before 7 pm.  The fire began just after 5:30 pm.  Clonts’ husband had gone to the store.  She was smoking while using oxygen when the incident occurred.  Her cause of death has yet to be officially determined.

SHORTER UNIVERSITY RELEASES 2012 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

Written by Matt Davis on February 15, 2012. Posted in Sports

Shorter University’s football schedule for 2012 has been released.  This will be Shorter’s first schedule as a non-NAIA member as the University continues its transition to NCAA Division II and the Gulf South Conference.  It features nine NCAA opponents, five home games and a Thursday night primetime showdown against one of the Hawks’ newest GSC rivals, Valdosta State.  

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL POST SEASON UNDERWAY

Written by Matt Davis on February 15, 2012. Posted in Sports

The post-season continues for some area high school basketball teams.

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