Grief is certainly not the right word, though I am not quite sure what is. That is odd, for me. I have never had any trouble at all with words. Regret? No, not quite that, either. Whatever the emotion is that I am grasping to describe, it is a bit of a different animal for me.
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Summer is the perfect time for trying new recipes for your picnics. Lyerly United Methodist’s “Feeding the Flock” cookbook is $10 and $3 for shipping and handling. It can be purchased from any church member, at Pine Ridge Outdoor Supply or Gilliland's Island, in Lyerly, or by sending $10 (pl…
The Ringgold Playhouse (TRP) plans on bringing big-time laughs to downtown over Memorial Day weekend with its Comedy Club set to take place during the annual 1890s Day Jamboree.
American flags went up Monday, May 20, in Ringgold for the city’s Festival of Flags” celebration, which is held twice a year — for Memorial Day (May 27 this year) and for Veteran's Day, when more than 1,600 flags are erected. “Festival of Flags” honors deceased military veterans from Catoosa…
Lauren Franks has obtained her pilot's license. She's a 2014 graduate of LaFayette High School and is enrolled in Middle Tennessee State University's Department of Aerospace, majoring in professional pilot.
The LaFayette Woman’s Club received state and district awards at the 123rd annual GFWC Georgia State Convention.
Woodstation United Methodist Church in Catoosa County received a grant from North Georgia Electric Membership Corp. (NGEMC) to be applied towards its “Snack-Pack” ministry in coordination with Woodstation Elementary School. This ministry provides non-perishable food products for students in …
Mrs. Walters’ agriculture class at Rossville Middle School is hosting a fundraiser through Donorschoose.org to raise money for the supplies needed to raise and train their guide dog, River.
The 6th Cavalry Museum in Fort Oglethorpe is the place for kids to be this summer. Four camps are scheduled for the month of June with themes varying from chemistry and magic to art. With so much to choose from, there’s bound to be something that appeals to your child.
CHI Memorial’s mobile health coach will provide mammography screenings at Primary Healthcare of Rossville on Tuesday, May 21, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dave Mayo sat in his truck at the Nashville airport, keeping company with a large wolf-looking, Colorado-bound dog named Odin, at 5:30 a.m., May 1, reflecting on the many things that made him the right person to have embarked on this particular mission.
Grass Roots Health, which opened its second retail location in Fort Oglethorpe last month, is looking to educate area consumers about cannabidiol (CBD) and policy surrounding the hemp industry at an educational open house at the new store from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 11.
Howard Finster’s Paradise Garden hosts its annual Finster Fest art and music extravaganza again on Memorial Day weekend, Saturday and Sunday, May 25-26, in Summerville, Ga.
On May 1, Catoosa County Sheriff Gary Sisk and Walker County citizen Eddie Upshaw were presented with the Fort Oglethorpe Kiwanis Club’s Distinguished Service Award.
Gen. George S. Patton, the famous World War II commander, called the U.S. 6th Cavalry his “household cavalry.” The Fighting 6th was the regiment that served as Patton’s eyes and ears as his massive U.S. Third Army spread across Southern Europe in 1944.
Rock City Gardens in Lookout Mountain, Ga., will host its 11th annual Southern Blooms Festival and Founder’s Day celebration May 11-12 and 18-19 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
To honor the 200th anniversary of James Monroe's visit to Spring Place, where he spent the night as Joseph Vann’s guest, the Vann House in Chatsworth is hosting a limited-time exhibit about Monroe's 1819 presidential tour of the southern United States through Sunday, May 12.
Ridgeland High School seniors Brooke Mayfield and Tori Elliott decided to give something back to the community when they planned their senior project this year.
On Saturday, April 27, 287 local folks, mostly from Catoosa County and its cities, showed up early in the morning to help make their community a more beautiful place.
Northwest Georgia health departments in Bartow, Catoosa, Chattooga, Dade, Floyd, Gordon, and Walker counties will provide free hepatitis A vaccine to individuals at risk of the highly contagious, highly preventable liver disease every Friday in May.
On April 27, 287 men, women and children from 17 non-profit organizations, 15 local companies, two cities, one county, and the general public came together to clean up and beautify their community at the first annual Clean Catoosa event, organized by LIFT Youth Center of Ringgold. They inclu…
The 2019 Wings Over North Georgia Air Show will take place Labor Day weekend, Aug. 31-Sept. 1, in Rome, Ga. The eighth-annual event at Russell Regional Airport is offering a new air show experience for fans of Georgia’s favorite craft brews.
Windows 10 is different than previous versions of Windows. Previously Microsoft came out with a new number (sometimes a sequential number like 3 or 7 or 8 and sometimes a number representing the year released like 95 or 98 for 195 and 1998 or in the case of ME and XP picked letters).
When Chris Robinson was a pastor, he says he often went on mission trips around the world. Then one day he realized that a mission can exist in one’s own community and it changed the course of his life.