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Funeral services for Navy Petty Officer Randall Smith to be held Tuesday afternoon in Fort Oglethorpe, Chattanooga

A Fort Oglethorpe Navy man, who lost his life following the tragic July 16 shootings in Chattanooga, Tenn., will be laid to rest Tuesday afternoon, July 28, with his funeral beginning at First Baptist Church of Fort Oglethorpe.

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Heritage Middle School students receive superior ratings at competition; selected for all-state and honor bands

Heritage Middle School “Legion of Generals” band, directed by Bill Wynn, earned several awards in the 2014-2015 school year. HMS band students who chose to participate in “Festival Winds” practiced for months after school in addition to their normal practice time before the spring competition. The band earned superior ratings on the grade III and grade IV programs at LGPE (Large Group Performance Evaluation). The HMS sixth grade band earned superior ratings on a grade I program.

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Police: 3 Dead In Movie Theater Shooting, Including Gunman

A gunman opened fire at a movie theater in Louisiana on Thursday evening, killing two people and injuring at least seven others before fatally shooting himself, officials said.

The gunman, a 58-year-old "lone white male," fired his weapon "numerous times" before shooting himself at the Grand Theatre in Lafayette, city Police Chief Jim Craft told a news conference.

Craft said police know the gunman's identity but are not releasing it. He said the shooter's body was still inside the theater and that a coroner was on the scene.

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School Supplies Drive at RTC

School Supplies

RTC is collecting schools supplies for children in need in the community. Donations will go to area schools including primary, elementary, middle, and high schools. Below is a list of items that are always needed, but anything that is donated will be used and appreciated. Please bring all donations to the RTC business office at 200 Evitt Parkway. We will be collecting them until August 12, 2015. 

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Catoosa County Sheriff’s Department Crime Stoppers: Police search for vehicle theft suspects

· Between 7:45 a.m. and 8 a.m. on Sunday, July 12, a vehicle theft occurred on Bowman Road in Ringgold, in which two different suspects were involved in the theft of a woman’s car.

A man called police and stated he was traveling in his girlfriend’s Honda Civic, when a woman stole the vehicle.

The man claimed he’d offered a ride to the female suspect. He stated the two were traveling on Bowman Road when she took off in the car when he stopped to use the bathroom on the side of the road, reports show.

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The Ringgold Playhouse hosting final weekend of “Arsenic and Old Lace” July 23-25

The Ringgold Playhouse will close out its hilarious summer comedy, “Arsenic and Old Lace,” this weekend with four more performances taking place at the historic Ringgold Depot.

After one of the company’s biggest opening weekends since its inception, Ringgold Playhouse will keep the laughs coming through Saturday night with this hit comedy.

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Catoosa and Walker college news

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Climer of Ringgold elected president of UNG student government

Michaela Climer of Ringgold was elected to serve as president of the University of North Georgia student government association for the 2015/2016 academic year.

SGA is the official voice for the student population at UNG. Students are elected by their peers and strive to maintain and improve the student experience through policy.

University of North Georgia announces students named to president’s and dean’s lists

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Blood Assurance reports record collections for June

blood assurance collects record donations

Blood Assurance, the region’s blood bank, might have a year-to-date shortfall of about 1,000 units of donated blood and blood products during the first six months of 2015.

But northwest Georgia’s contributions are only three units short of the previous year.

And overall, a steady improvement is being seen.

“It was the best June in years, maybe ever,” Blood Assurance vice president of marketing and donor recruitment Charlie Callari said. “The gap due to the inclement weather this winter is being narrowed.”

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RTC SCAM ALERT!

We have been notified that some of our internet customers are being solicited by scammers.  These customers are experiencing a pop-up window with a survey branded as RTC Internet.  Prizes are promised upon the completion of the survey.  This is a scam! RTC is NOT currently conducting a survey. Please be extremely cautious with any unsolicited requests for information.  If you have a question regarding this notice, please contact us at 706-965-1234.

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Help the families of the fallen

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While we all strive to make sense of the tragedy that occured last week, many people are wanting to know what they can do to make a difference and ease some of the suffering. If you would like to help the families of those killed in Thursday's attack in Chattanooga, visit NationalCompassionFund.org to make a donation. 

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