You can listen to tonight’s game on WZQZ FM 99.1 and AM 1180. You can also watch a live-stream of the game at www.trionschools.org/livestream . Once there, just click on the live stream logo to be redirected to the streaming channel on You Tube. You can hear Ben Groce and Jeremy Burke’s play by play.
Here is the latest arrest report from the Chattooga County Sheriff’s Office for Friday, September 21, 2018:
Chattooga County Democrats will be hosting a ribbon cutting at the party’s campaign headquarters in downtown Summerville today and will be hosting the Democratic Lt. Governor candidate at 12:30 PM.
Both local high school football teams will be on their home turf this evening as the Trion Bulldogs take on longtime rival the Gordon-Lee Trojans and the Chattooga Indians face off against Gordon Central.
Last night’s special called meeting of the Trion town council was a hotbed of tension. Over 40 Trion residents attended the meeting, held to discuss a significant increase in water bills experienced by many if not most Trion water customers.
Georgia Labor Commissioner, Mark Butler, said Thursday that Georgia’s unemployment rate for August dipped below the national number for the first time in 11 years.
This past Thursday, September 6th, Georgia’s State Superintendent, Richard Woods, met with administrators and members of Helping Hands to discuss the growth and achievements of the Helping Hands Ending Hunger food distribution program. Students came from Chattooga High, Summerville Middle, Leroy Massey, Lyerly, Menlo, Cherokee Ridge, Gilbert, Stone Creek, Heritage Middle, Rome Middle, East Central, and Trion City Schools.
Walker County Sheriff Steve Wilson says that an inmate that walked off a work detail on Thursday is back in custody.
The Georgia Grown Baby Barn, a live birthing center and nursery for farm animals, will open its doors for the first time at the upcoming 2018 Georgia National Fair in Perry Oct. 4-14. The Georgia Department of Agriculture – in collaboration with the Georgia National Fair Board, the Georgia Veterinary Medical Association and Georgia’s animal industry partners– are excited to introduce this one-of-a-kind agricultural education exhibit to promote familiarity with Georgia’s animal agriculture industry by showcasing live births of cattle.
The Walker County sheriff’s department and the LaFayette PD have asked for the public’s help in finding two runaway teens.