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Pepperell's Ball Rolls to Tide

Oct 15, 2010 • Pepperell High School
Pepperell junior defensive tackle Dakota Ball announced on Thursday that he will play his college football for coach Nick Saban and the University of Alabama. More

Contest of Champions Rules

Oct 25, 2010 • by David Bannister • Contest of Champions
Jacksonville State University Contest of Champions October 30, 2010 Official Rules 1. The field will be the size and shape of a regulation football field with five and ten-yard lines, college hash marks, and sidelines clearly marked. We will also More

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Watters - Arnold Engagement

Sep 28, 2014 • Northwest Georgia News
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie K. Watters of Lindale announce the engagement of their daughter, Chelsea Kay Watters, to Samuel Dustin Arnold, son of Sherry Arnold of Silver Creek and the late Barry Arnold. The bride-elect is a 2008 graduate of Pepperell High School. More

Bruce - Franz Engagement

Sep 28, 2014 • Northwest Georgia News
Miss Bruce is a 2006 honor graduate of Pepperell High School, a 2010 graduate of Berry College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Development and Family Studies, and a 2012 graduate of Auburn University with a master's degree in School ... More

Report: Woman hit man with vehicle charged with felony aggravated assault

Sep 19, 2014 • Northwest Georgia News
Cindy Marie Connell, 54, of 307 Flora Ave., Lindale, purposefully hit a 47-year-old man around 7:30 p.m. Wednesday near B and B Cycle Supply, 3125 Maple Road in Lindale. Floyd County police said the two were involved in an argument at Connell's ... More

Recreation board decides to keep budget level, negotiating Barron Stadium leases

Sep 16, 2014 • Northwest Georgia News
With a shrinking allocation over the past few years and uncertainty regarding agreements with the city and the county, the Rome-Floyd Parks and Recreation Authority has decided to not make any changes to its 2015 budget. Finance committee chairman ... More

Cooler weather expected through weekend; Mickler: Not too late to transplant ...

Sep 16, 2014 • Northwest Georgia News
A front pushed down from Canada helped lower last week's temperatures into the current weather Northwest Georgia's experiencing. A second front that moved in last night is expected to keep them cool, said Carly Kovacik, meteorologist with the National ... More

Chance of rain today - cooler temperatures throughout the week

Sep 15, 2014 • Northwest Georgia News
There is a 50 percent chance of showers, with thunderstorms also possible after 1 p.m. today with a high near 83, according to the National Weather Service. New rainfall between a tenth and quarter of an inch is possible today, with higher amounts ... More

GUEST EDITORIAL: Speech shows resolve, commitment

Sep 16, 2014 • Northwest Georgia News
The most encouraging aspect of President Barack Obama's address about his plan to combat the Islamic State is that he avoided the trap of sounding uncertain and equivocal, as he has often done when obliged to assume the role of commander in chief. More

GUEST EDITORIAL: U.S. should not be a silent partner to Israeli settlement ...

Sep 15, 2014 • Northwest Georgia News
The Israeli government's recent announcement that it plans to seize almost 1,000 acres near Bethlehem in the occupied West Bank for the purpose of building yet another massive Jewish settlement should be the straw that breaks the camel's back in ... More

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