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ATLANTA BRAVES OPEN SERIES WITH WIN OVER MIAMI MARLINS

Written by Matt Davis on August 7, 2015. Posted in Sports

The Atlanta Braves beat the Miami Marlins 9-8 in the back-and-forth opener of a four game series at Turner Field on Thursday night.

RAIN POSTPONES ROME BRAVES’ SERIES OPENER AT AUGUSTA

Written by Matt Davis on August 7, 2015. Posted in News/Weather

Rain led to the postponement of the Rome Braves’ series opener at Augusta against the Greenjackets scheduled for Thursday night.  The game will be made up as part of a double header on Saturday.  The Braves and the Jackets will go head to head tonight at 7:05 pm.

TELLUS SCIENCE M– USEUM TO HOST 7TH ANNUAL NIGHT AT THE MOVIES THIS SATURDAY NIGHT

Written by Matt Davis on August 6, 2015. Posted in News/Weather

Science and science fiction enthusiasts will have an opportunity to interact with their favorite personalities at the Tellus Science Museum’s 7th annual Night at the Museum.  The event will be held at the museum in Cartersville on Saturday night, August 8th from 6-10 pm.

RAIN POSTPONES ROME BRAVES’ SERIES OPENER AT AUGUSTA

Written by Matt Davis on August 7, 2015. Posted in Sports

Rain led to the postponement of the Rome Braves’ series opener at Augusta against the Greenjackets scheduled for Thursday night.  The game will be made up as part of a double header on Saturday.  The Braves and the Jackets will go head to head tonight at 7:05 pm.

ATLANTA BRAVES OPEN SERIES WITH WIN OVER MIAMI MARLINS

Written by Matt Davis on August 7, 2015. Posted in Sports

The Atlanta Braves beat the Miami Marlins 9-8 in the back-and-forth opener of a four game series at Turner Field on Thursday night.

TRAIN COLLIDES WITH 18-WHEELER

Written by Matt Davis on August 6, 2015. Posted in News/Weather

Traffic was backed up for a time at the train tracks on Second Avenue on Wednesday after a train struck an 18-wheeler.  No one was injured in the incident, which occurred about 2:45 pm, though debris was everywhere.  The driver of the truck, 72-year-old William Kopeck of Marietta, was charged with failure to stop at a railroad crossing.

PERDUE CONCERNED THAT OBAMA’S IRAN DEAL WILL INCREASE THE NATION’S NUCLEAR CAPABILITIES

Written by Matt Davis on August 6, 2015. Posted in News/Weather

US Senator David Perdue of Georgia does not support the nuclear agreement with Iran currently being touted by the Obama Administration.  Perdue, who has visited the country twice since taking office at the beginning of the year, is concerned that the deal would give a historically terrorist state the means by which to develop nuclear capability.

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