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WINTER WEATHER BACK IN THE FORECAST FOR FRIDAY NIGHT

Written by Matt Davis on January 21, 2016. Posted in News/Weather

While the Greater Rome area may have, for the most part, missed out on the wintry precipitation predicted for the area on Wednesday, snow is back in the forecast for Friday night along with rain.

HARBIN CLINIC ANNOUNCES DATES FOR 2016 RACE SERIES

Written by Matt Davis on January 21, 2016. Posted in Sports

The Harbin Clinic and the Rome Floyd Parks and Recreation Authority are once again joining forces to present the Harbin Clinic Race Series in Rome.

FLOYD EMA DIRECTOR – LEARN FROM PAST EXPERIENCE TO PREPARE FOR WINTER WEATHER

Written by Matt Davis on January 20, 2016. Posted in News/Weather

Emergency management officials are using lessons learned from the past to prepare them for winter weather that may head our way today, or any time this season.  Floyd County Emergency Management Agency Director Tim Herrington says that local residents should take a tip from him and his colleagues – it’s better to be overprepared than left out in the cold.

HAWKS BEGIN WEST COAST SWING IN PORTLAND TONIGHT

Written by Matt Davis on January 20, 2016. Posted in Sports

The Atlanta Hawks will open up a four-game West Coast swing with a match in Portland, Oregon against the Trailblazers tonight.  Tip off is set for 10:30 pm Eastern.  Television coverage will be provided on ESPN and Fox Sports Southeast.

HAWKS OPEN WEST COAST ROAD TRIP WITH WIN IN PORTLAND

Written by Matt Davis on January 21, 2016. Posted in Sports

The Atlanta Hawks opened a four-game road trip out west in victorious fashion over the Portland Trailblazers 104-98 on Wednesday night in Portland, Oregon, marking the Hawks’ third straight win.

COOSA RIVER BASIN INITIATIVE’S ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING SET FOR JANUARY 26TH

Written by Matt Davis on January 20, 2016. Posted in News/Weather

The Coosa River Basin Initiative will hold its Annual Membership Meeting on Tuesday, January 26th on the Floyd County campus of Georgia Northwestern Technical College.  Attendees will gather at 6 pm, with the meeting to begin at 6:30 pm.  Executive Director David Tucker says that major supporters of the CRBI will be recognized that evening.  The organization will also present its 2015 Annual Report and outline its goals for 2016.

GHC CHARGERS TOP LAGRANGE JV IN MEN’S HOOPS

Written by Matt Davis on January 20, 2016. Posted in Sports

Georgia Highlands College picked up a 115-77 win over LaGrange College’s junior varsity team in men’s basketball on Tuesday night at GHC’s Floyd County campus.  Will Gibbons led the Chargers in scoring with 18 points.  With the win, GHC improves to 19-1 on the season.  They are 7-0 in the GCAA.

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