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RTC's 12 Days of Giving kicks of today!

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It's Day ONE of RTC's 12 Days of Giving and it just happens to be Giving Tuesday! To kick off the 12 Days, RTC will donate $250 to the LOCAL charity of your choosing! Tell us which local nonprofit you think deserves this donation in the comment section of our latest Facebook post! The winner will be announced tonight at 7pm! 

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Top 20 Cyber Monday digital doorbusters

Black Friday has doorbusters, Cyber Monday has digital doorbusters.

Savings expert Matt Granite and his team of volunteers have combed the web for the best Cyber Monday deals.

Top 20 Cyber Monday digital doorbusters + bonus deal

$80 Lenovo Tab2 A7-30 tablet + free shipping 
Was $119.99
Now $79.99 
The landing page says $84.99, but click through to see the $80 price and laptops up to $400 off

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RTC's 12 Days of Giving!

12 days of giving

RTC wants to give back this Christmas! Kicking off on Giving Tuesday (Dec 1st) and continuing through the first 12 business days of December (1st-4th, 7th-11th, 14th-16th), RTC will be giving away prizes to lucky participants! We will announce new contest details each morning.

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Motion denied: Hutcheson closing is days away

Thanksgiving 2015 will have a bitter taste for those interested in keeping the doors open at Hutcheson Medical Center in Fort Oglethorpe.

Judge Paul Bonapfel, in the Atlanta federal bankruptcy court this morning, denied a motion that would have delayed additional layoffs and the closing of hospital admission until mid-December.

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Catoosa County Sheriff’s Department report: Nov. 13-19, 2015

Here is the arrest report for the Catoosa County Sheriff’s Department for Nov. 13-19, 2015.

Friday, November 13

Brandon Richard Ferrel, 23, was arrested for probation violation.

Dakota Michael Green, 19, was arrested for terroristic threats and acts.

Haley Alexis Griffin, 20, was arrested for obstruction or hindering law enforcement, marijuana less than one ounce, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.

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New series from Amazon explores life if the Allies had lost WWII

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Is the most compelling television streaming? Last winter, Amazon allowed viewers to choose which pilot would be turned into a series. The Man in the High Castle became the most watched pilot since the online company began developing original content–proving that, given the chance, viewers choose exciting, thought-provoking stories.

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Walker DFCS seeks donations for Christmas gifts for local children

The Walker County Department of Family and Children Services is seeking community partners to assume the role of “Santa” for foster children.

The agency has over 140 Walker county children in custody. To make sure all of the children are served it relies on donations to make each child’s Christmas a pleasant experience.

Read More. (Northwest Georgia News)

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Georgia secretary of state accidentally releases all voters' private information

The following is a public statement released by Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp this afternoon:

Dear Georgia Voters:

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Ringgold Down Home Christmas parade set for Dec. 4

The Ringgold Down Home Christmas parade will be Friday, Dec. 4, at 6 p.m. It will begin on Nashville Street and proceed through downtown to the Ringgold Depot.

Santa Claus will again marshal the parade to the Depot where he will be available for pictures for the remainder of the night. The historic Ringgold Depot will also host a variety of children’s choir and dance performances beginning at 7 p.m.

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Catoosa County restaurant reports for Nov. 1-16, 2015

Catoosa County Environmental Health, part of the Georgia Department of Public Health, conducted food service inspections at the following establishments where food is served during the first two weeks of November 2015.


2392 Lafayette Road, Ft. Oglethorpe

Nov. 3, 2015

Score: 86, Grade: B

Bailey's BBQ

5540 Highway 41, Ringgold

Nov. 9, 2015

Score: 84, Grade: B

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