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NBC to stream the Super Bowl for free

NBC streaming superbowl

Last week, NBC Universal announced that it will stream Super Bowl coverage at no cost.

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Catoosa County Sheriff’s Department report: Jan. 9-15, 2015

Here is the arrest report for the Catoosa County Sheriff’s Department for Jan. 9-15, 2015

Jan. 9

George Willard Ingram, 37, was arrested for probation violation, bench warrant.

James Deforest Powell, 50, was arrested for obtaining or attempting to obtain dangerous drugs by fraud.

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Catoosa County bus driver fired for texting while behind the wheel

Catoosa County school bus driver has been fired from the job for allegedly texting while transporting students to and from school.

The incident occurred on Tuesday, Jan 20, which led to three students reporting the act to the assistant principal of Ringgold Middle School.

The driver was at a stop letting kids off the bus when the texting occurred.

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Rossville police searching for driver in fatal hit-and-run of man in wheelchair

Authorities are investigating a fatal hit-and-run Saturday afternoon, Jan. 24, in Rossville in which a man in a wheelchair was killed.

According to Walker County 911:

At 1:38 p.m. Rossville police and Walker County Emergency Services were dispatched to the intersection of Indian Avenue and Cedar Street due to a fatal hit-and-run of a man, 57-year-old Michael Lewis Burns of Rossville, in a wheelchair.

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Legendairy reopens in downtown Ringgold

Legendairy downtown Ringgold

This past week, Legendairy reopened in dowtown Ringgold. It is now located at 260 Lafayette Street, in the new Mbellish salon building. In addition to the new location, the coffee and ice cream shop has added a drive thru--making your morning coffee run that much easier--and new items to the menu. 

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Dish Network is joining the cord-cutting phenomenon

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Dish Network announced it is launching an online streaming television service. The best part is, you don’t need a cable subscription.

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Ringgold sets qualifying fees for 2015 city elections

The city of Ringgold recently set its qualifying fees for the 2015 city elections that will take place on Nov. 3 to determine who will serve in the offices of mayor and city council.

The mayor’s seat, as well as three city council seats, will be up for grabs in 2015.

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Rossville man arrested for drunk and disorderly at nursing home

rossville man arrested at nursing home

A Rossville man was arrested in Fort Oglethorpe after, police say, he showed up to a Fort Oglethorpe nursing home a bloody mess and caused a scene.

According to the Fort Oglethorpe Police Department:

Tommy Derwin Younce, 47, of Lewis Road in Rossville was arrested Wednesday, Jan. 14, on charges of disorderly conduct and pedestrian under the influence. He has been released from jail on bond.

The incident occurred around 10:45 p.m. after police responded to the area of Hutcheson Medical Center in reference to an injured, drunken man, who had just left the hospital.

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Walmart Neighborhood Market opening Wednesday in Fort Oglethorpe

A new Walmart Neighborhood Market is opening Wednesday, Jan. 21, in Fort Oglethorpe following a brief ribbon-cutting ceremony at 7:30 a.m.

The new store is located at 1155 Battlefield Parkway and will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The store will provide Fort Oglethorpe residents with low prices on a broad assortment of merchandise including fresh produce and meats, frozen foods, groceries, fuel and pharmacy.

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Catoosa County Sheriff’s Department report: Jan. 2-8, 2015

Here is the arrest report for the Catoosa County Sheriff’s Department for Jan. 2-8, 2015.

Friday, Jan. 2

David Ronald Smith, Jr., 24, was arrested for Bench warrant, bond surrender.

Joshua William Barnett, 30 was arrested for probation violation.

Brandon Kyle Brown, 29, was arrested for bench warrant.

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