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The Murray County Animal Shelter is “at capacity” and needs help, according to Director Julie Wynn. “We are at 35 animals total, mostly dogs, and we’re licensed for 40, but … more
To aide our frontline team members, National Guard members have volunteered to assist AdventHealth Murray and AdventHealth Gordon in non-clinical roles during the current surge of the COVID-19 … more
The Third Annual Rock & Rappel event is being held on Oct. 23 at the Landmark Building and the adjacent Burr Performing Arts Park. Proceeds will benefit the work of The GreenHouse Child Advocacy … more
CHATTANOOGA – Have you longed to lounge with lemurs? Is it your passion to paint with a penguin? Do you seek to shake suckers with a cephalopod, or play chef for a shark?If the answer to any of … more
ATLANTA – The Georgia Department of Transportation (Georgia DOT) this week launched its newly enhanced Georgia 511 system, the state’s leading source for real-time traffic and travel … more
I have disdain for politics in general and enormous disdain for some politicians in particular. My revulsion is not partisan -- there’s plenty to dislike about both parties.Here’s an … more
Since 1901 the Smyrna Baptist Church has been ministering to residents in south Murray County. The congregation will celebrate its 120th anniversary with homecoming services on Sept. 19, but Smyrna … more
DALLAS, Ga. – Republican Jennifer Strahan on Wednesday launched her U.S. House campaign in Georgia’s 14th congressional district. A mother and small business owner, Strahan will be … more
ATLANTA – The president of the Medical Association of Georgia said Wednesday this flu season could be worse than last year’s, and again stressed the importance of getting a COVID-19 … more
CHATSWORTH - A former jailer for the Murray County Sheriff’s Office was sentenced on Wednesday to serve five years in prison followed by 10 years on probation for the crimes of sexual contact … more
Matthew Henry of Eton is 24 years old. He says he’s been involved in the model train hobby for 25 years. That’s not a typo -- that’s enthusiasm. Henry and other train aficionados … more
The staff of the Vann House is looking for volunteers to help on Your State Parks Day on Saturday, Sept. 25. From 10 a.m.-2 p.m, volunteers will help us pick up trash, clear the … more
CHATSWORTH – Sole Commissioner of Murray County Greg Hogan and the Congregation of First Baptist Church of Chatsworth entered into a one-year agreement that allows the Superior Courts of Murray … more
ATLANTA - Almost 60% of all new COVID-19 cases are now in Georgia’s K-12 schools, the state’s top epidemiologist said Tuesday.Cherie Drenzek, state epidemiologist for the Georgia … more
Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) is proud to announce its partnership with Shaw Industries through the company’s recent sponsorship of the Automation Engineering Technology lab on … more
ATLANTA – The war of words between President Joe Biden and Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp over new White House COVID mandates continued Friday afternoon, with Kemp accusing the administration of … more
ATLANTA – Georgia Power is reminding customers that the company offers energy assistance programs to those in need of help paying or reducing their monthly energy bill. Assistance when you need … more
ATLANTA - Gov. Brian Kemp is vowing to fight President Joe Biden’s newly announced COVID-19 mandates, which now include requiring employers with more than 100 workers to mandate either … more
Jim Pankey has been playing bluegrass music since he was a teenager. In hundreds of live appearances, Pankey has entertained thousands of people -- from  his days in the Murray High School … more
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