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Catoosa selected as Early Education Empowerment Zone

Will help students afford preschool

Just as “breakfast is the most important meal of the day,” the first five years of a child’s life are said to be the most important in terms of development.

Electrolysis and Associates permanently removes hair

Electrolysis and Associates in Fort Oglethorpe owners Dee Jeffreys and her daughter Annie Massey specialize in permanent hair removal.

Rolling Thunder dedicates tree to POWs/MIAs

Rolling Thunder educates people about prisoners of war and those missing in action.

Ringgold seeks help installing flags

The city of Ringgold needs help installing flags downtown for Veterans Day.

Fort O ballot a box full of questions

That voters in Fort Oglethorpe will see two names on the ballot for City Council is clear. But what happens after the votes are tallied is not.

Crossroads Unity Family Park in planning stages

Crossroads Unity Family Park playground is supposed to be a place where wounded military veterans and children of all abilities can play regardless of wheelchairs or crutches.

Commission to vote on library’s financial future

The Catoosa County Library is looking for more control over its own purse strings. But first, the Catoosa County Commission, which approves library spending, will have to vote on it.

Tiger Creek named a Reward School

Tiger Creek Elementary School is being recognized by the Georgia Department of Education as a Title 1 High-Progress School Reward School.

Phase 6 of Fort Oglethorpe's West Chick Trail OK’d

Fort Oglethorpe is getting closer to completing the West Chickamauga Creek Multi-Use Trail.

Making Strides Wrestling is a success

William Venable’s mom has battled breast cancer three times. To help find a cure, the Ringgold resident, with Great South Wrestling Federation based out of Rockwood and Dunlap, Tenn., recently put on a Making Strides wrestling event for the American Cancer Society at the LaFayette Recreation Center.

Remembering Our Heroes scheduled for Oct. 24-25

World War II veteran Jackson Campbell, 90, of Chickamauga, is one of several veterans who will be recognized at “Remembering Our Heroes” Oct. 24-25 during a re-enactment and celebration benefiting the 6th Cavalry Museum.

County library seeking funding for upgrades

The Catoosa County Library has applied for money to improve the building.

‘Hee Haw’ skit sure to bring laughs to Alhambra Shrine

Alhambra Shrine is presenting a “Hee Haw” show Saturday, Oct. 4 by the Shrine Ladies Helping Hands.

Chambers Jewelers and Gemologist moves to Fort Oglethorpe

Chambers Jewelers and Gemologist has moved from Chickamauga to Fort Oglethorpe.

Joseph T. McConnell Park opens in Ringgold

Ringgold’s newest park is ready for the community to enjoy.