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Watch Super Bowl commercials before the big game

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For anyone who only watches the Super Bowl for the commercials–there’s more of us out there than you may realize–many of the ads are available online long before the big game.

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Hollywood embraces streaming television

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Streaming television has made an impression on Tinseltown. The last two major award shows have seen on-demand TV shows win big.

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Go Georgia Arts opens in downtown Ringgold

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Bring the family and celebrate the grand opening of a brand new art center in Ringgold! Go Georgia Arts has opened in the old Ringgold pharmacy building on the corner of Nashville and Tennessee Streets. The open house will be held this Saturday, January 31, from 10 am-7 pm with refreshments, entertainment, and workshops available for the family. 

10am – Youth drawing workshop: ages 7-15

2pm – Theater improv workshop: ages 7-15

4pm – Family Paint Party: on canvas, all ages. $12 for 8x10

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Fort Oglethorpe Housing Authority director says that mayor trying to take over Housing Authority

Sue Long, director of the Fort Oglethorpe Housing Authority, is accusing mayor Lynn Long of trying to take over the Housing Authority.

“Lynn Long has used his power in office to disrupt the balance of the Housing Authority board and to destroy the acclaim that has been earned by my leadership and the teamwork of the board,” Sue Long, who is not related to the mayor, told the city council during its Jan. 26 meeting.

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Ringgold Recognized As Georgia Main Street City

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The City of Ringgold was recognized at the Annual Georgia Main Street Luncheon  on January 26, as one of 17 communities that are graduating from the Georgia Main Street Start-up Program in 2015 to receive the national designation of a Classic Main Street Community.  In the fall of 2013 the City of Ringgold was selected, out of 25 applicants, to participate in the largest Main Street Start-up class in the history of the Georgia Main Street Program.

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Ringgold man arrested for theft following eviction

ringgold man arrested after eviction

A Ringgold man is behind bars on theft charges after, police say, he allegedly stole more than $1,000 worth of property from a Rossville trailer he’d recently been evicted from.

According to the Catoosa County Sheriff’s Department:

Charles Condra, 38, of Ross Hollow Road in Ringgold, was arrested Friday, Jan. 23, on charges of theft by taking and second-degree criminal damage to property.

His bond has been set at $10,000.

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Funeral arrangements announced for Ringgold’s Wesley Smith

Wesley Smith, who became president of Northwest Georgia Bank in Ringgold in 1978 and was appointed cha

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NBC to stream the Super Bowl for free

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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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