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Ringgold Shop Rite selling $5 food bags for Christ Chapel

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The Ringgold Shop Rite is selling pre made food bags for $5 to help Christ Chapel feed families in need over the holiday season. The bags are ready-made, in store, and ready to be purchased. All you have to do is pay for the bag when you purchase your groceries. Christ Chapel will stop by several times a week to collect them. It is a win-win situation, as you are helping families in need while you are shopping local! Imagine how many families can be helped this Christmas! Shop Rite will be selling the bags until Christmas Eve. 

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Hutcheson is not ready for Prime time: Hospital sale stalls, back in court next week

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On Thursday the writing of another — and perhaps the final — chapter in Hutcheson Medical Center’s 64-year history was delayed.

U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge Paul Bonapfel on Thursday afternoon conducted a hearing in his Atlanta courtroom concerning the hospital’s sale to Prime Healthcare Foundation.

Objections to Prime’s purchase were raised by Hutcheson creditors, the deal did not close and the hospital’s last day of operation is Friday, Dec. 4.

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Catoosa County coroner presents plan for post-Hutcheson morgue

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Tuesday morning, while negotiations regarding the sale of Hutcheson hospital were under way, Catoosa County coroner Vanita Hullender advised county commissioners of a contingency plan to provide morgue services should the hospital close.

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Catoosa County restaurant reports for Nov. 17-30, 2015

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

Buffalo Wild Wings

37 Parkway Plaza, Fort Oglethorpe

Nov. 18, 2015

Score: 99, Grade: A

Cochran's Auto Truckstop Inc.

11343 Hwy 41, Ringgold

Nov. 20, 2015

Score: 60, Grade: U

Nov. 25, 2015

Score: 70, Grade: C

El Cactus Restaurant

90 Battlefield Station Drive, Fort Oglethorpe

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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!

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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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