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LaFayette police, bank collect book bags, items for Walker County foster children

The LaFayette Police Department and The Bank of LaFayette recently partnered with the Walker County Department of Family and Children Services to collect book bags, toiletries items, clothes and stuffed animals to donate to foster children within the county.

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Catoosa County employee of the month

The Catoosa County government employee of the month is Randy Wilson, director of the Catoosa County Recreation Department. 

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Post showing Bradley County Deputy helping boy going viral

BRADLEY COUNTY, Tenn. — A post shared on the Bradley County Sheriff's Department (BCSO) Facebook page is going viral.

And it features a boy who NewsChannel 9 has featured this past year.

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Blue Cross may bump up rates on Georgia insurance exchange

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Georgia says it is reassessing the premium increases it has previously proposed for the state health insurance exchange, with an eye to revising them upward.

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Rossville raising property tax rate, schedules public hearings

The City of Rossville intends to increase the 2016 property taxes it will levy this year by 2.55 percentage over the rollback millage rate.

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Absolute Fit in Fort Oglethorpe: A fitness center with sledge hammers

There are now five fitness centers in Fort Oglethorpe, but Absolute Fit is likely the only one where sledge hammers are part of the exercise routine. Or where you’ll do tandem sit-ups holding a log. Or two-person push-ups outdoors.

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Fire destroys LaFayette residence; puppies rescued

LaFayette Fire Department, along with the Georgia Department of Corrections Fire-Rescue and LaFayette Police Department, responded Monday, 

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LaFayette council votes to take down ugly barbed wire golf fence

LaFayette council voted to remove a barbed wire fence on South Main Street that obscures the view of one of the city’s most beautiful and most expensive features, the LaFayette Golf Course.

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Lilly’s Produce in Fort Oglethorpe burglarized

On Saturday, Aug. 13, in the wee hours of the morning, thieves broke into Lilly’s Produce on Forrest Road in Fort Oglethorpe.

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Expectations met: Simone Biles wins all-around gold

The U.S.' Simone Biles, who has gone undefeated in the all-around since 2013 and has won three consecutive all-around titles at the world championships, became the 2016 Rio Olympic all-around champion after a hard-fought competition.

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