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Multi-County Manhunt Underway

Joshua Bradford

At least six agencies are involved in a manhunt in Catoosa County that's been going on since late Sunday night.

Deputies tell us  they found one of the suspect's shoes Monday morning and they are bringing in K-9's to try track down the man.

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Crime Stoppers: Catoosa County Sheriff’s Office

Catoosa Sheriff's Report

Between 12:01 a.m. and 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, March 20, a theft occurred on Post Oak Road in Ringgold, in which a motor vehicle was stolen.

The victim told police he discovered his John Deere brand tractor with cab and bucket missing from the unoccupied residence on March 21.

The tractor was also equipped with a utility sprayer.

The total estimated value of the equipment is $36,400.

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Amazon playing with Fire TV

Amazon Fire TV

This week Amazon released Amazon Fire TV–its long-rumored media streaming device. According to the international commerce and electronic company, it has watched these devices for many years and knows what does and does not work for consumers. They stated that by “inventing and simplifying”, Amazon has made a superior device that will (hopefully) make the “complexity disappear”.

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Beaulieu partners with GDOL to fill 150 jobs

DALTON, GA (WRCB) -

Beaulieu America, with assistance from the Georgia Department of Labor are looking to fill about 150 jobs in Dalton.

A recruitment fair will be held Thursday, April 17 from 9:00 am to 3:00pm at the GDOL's Dalton Career Center located at 1406 Chattanooga Ave

Beaulieu is recruiting for positions at several Georgia plants including: 

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Catoosa County commissioners award two bids, discuss future county growth

The Catoosa County commissioners approved two project bids on Tuesday, April 1, and also viewed a presentation on projected county growth.

The bids included renovations to the Catoosa County Courthouse in downtown Ringgold and Catoosa fire station 3 on U.S. 41 in Ringgold.

The courthouse work consists of a new HVAC/BAS system as part of first phase of the justice building renovation, and was awarded to the Chattanooga-based Icon Air & Mechanical Services in the amount of $65,200.

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Fort Hood gunman fatally shoots at least 3, wounds 16 before killing self

Fort hood shooting

An Iraq War veteran being treated for a mental illness opened fire Wednesday at Fort Hood, killing three soldiers and injuring 16 before killing himself, officials said

Army Lt. Gen. Mark Milley, the senior officer at the facility, said at an evening news conference that there was no indication of terrorism, but added "we're not ruling anything out." Fort Hood is the same base where in 2009 U.S. Army Maj. Nidal Hasan killed more than a dozen in the shooting.

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Ringgold council discusses Patriot Hall upgrades, approves city project list

Ringgold City Council

Ringgold’s mayor and council unanimously approved the preliminary layout for upgrades at Patriot Hall on Monday night, March 24, and will now look to discuss possible changes and recommendations with the project’s architect.

The approval for the hall, located next to the city pool off Emberson Drive, included recommendations that will upgrade all facets of the building such as upgrades to the restrooms, the kitchen area, and the outside appearance of the building.

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Legendary Coach Gene Stallings to Speak at 2014 FCA Banquet

The Lookout Mountain Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) is proud to host the 2014 Home Team Banquet, April 8, 2014, featuring Gene Stallings, legendary coach, as the banquet speaker. 

Gene Stallings is well known for his leadership as a national champion head coach for the University of Alabama.  Under Stallings’ leadership, the 1992 University of Alabama football team celebrated a 13 – 0 season  with a final victory over Miami in the Sugar Bowl.  They were declared the consensus national champions.

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Former Fort Oglethorpe city council candidate seeks attorney general’s opinion on council’s actions

arlene walker fort o city council

Arlene Walker, who ran unsuccessfully for a Fort Oglethorpe council seat in the November election, has since attended most council meeting to address the council.

First there was the city charter. She oversaw a review committee for the city to re-draft the charter.

Then she spoke about personnel issues when the city rehired employees who were terminated a year ago.

The most recent issue Walker has with the city concerns open records. She alleges the city failed to provide public records.

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Ringgold Power Sports to offer customer appreciation week April 7-12

Ringgold Power Sports Hosts Customer Appreciation

Ringgold Power Sports will celebrate its tenth anniversary in the community next week, and will look to giveback to those who have made the store a success over the past decade with a special customer appreciation week April 7-12.

“It’s going to take place the whole week,” said owner Bonnie Wagner. “We never really had a grand opening, so we’re going to kick off spring with something every day during the week.”

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