THC Manufacturer Could Spur Industry In Chattooga County

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The Northwest Georgia Joint Development Authority (NWGJDA) says that the partnership between the Town of Trion, Chattooga County, the NWGJDA and Remedium Life Sciences of Georgia could spur additional economic development and industry as plans move forward for Remedium to build a low-THC oil producing facility in Trion.

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Calhoun Police Seek Public’s Help Identifying Car Break-In Thieves

The Calhoun Police Department  is asking the public’s help in identifying two suspects who they believe have been breaking into automobiles. The two men in these photos located below are wanted for questioning in connection with entering auto’s on W.C. Bryant Parkway. The suspects are driving a small, black SUV, make, model and tag number is unknown.

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Georgia Power Joins In Plan For Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

With an increase of electric vehicles (EVs) on Georgia roads every day, Georgia Power is committed to assisting customers with access to efficient and reliable charging options. Southern Company, the utility’s corporate parent, today announced plans to join other utilities across the South, Midwest, Gulf Coast, Central Plains and mid-Atlantic to enable EV drivers’ seamless travel through a coordinated network of Direct Current (DC) Fast Chargers.

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Mullis Supports Bill Limiting Mail-In Voting And Other Voting Restrictions

State Senator Jeff Mullis, who represents several counties in Northwest Georgia -including the largest portion of Chattooga County – signed on to sponsor Senate Bill 241 this week.  The bill would severely limit who is eligible to vote by mail, require applications to be made under oath with additional ID requirements and require some ballots to have a witness signature and include a photocopy of ID to be counted.

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AAA Auto Club School Safety Patrol Celebrates 100 Years

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AAA is proud to celebrate its School Safety Patrol program’s centennial anniversary. For 100 years, Patrollers around the world have provided school-aged children an extra sense of safety and security when going to and from school. The program and its more than 440 Lifesaving Award recipients have contributed to the steady decline of U.S. student pedestrian (ages 5–14) deaths—a 24% decrease since 2010.

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Fire Departments Called Out For Chimney Fire

Local firefighters responded to a call about a chimney fire on Tuesday night.

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Arrest Report – Wednesday March 3, 2021

Here is the latest arrest report from the Chattooga County Sheriff’s Office for Wednesday March 3, 2021:

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Summerville Resident Receives Leash Law Citation After Dogs Kill Cats

A Summerville man was issued a leash law citation last week after his two dogs escaped and killed at least one cat.

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Rep. Eddie Lumsden Gives Week 7 Update From State Capitol

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In his weekly updated from the State Capitol, Rep. Eddie Lumsden highlights the bills in consideration to be voted on before the upcoming “Crossover Day”. Rep. Lumsden and his colleagues passed House Bill 307 which looks to extend telehealth services for health care providers. This bill will restrict insurances from requiring additional deductibles and co pays for these services, while striving to maintain current record keeping practices for telehealth visits. House Resolution 119, honoring retired U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson, who served for 43 years, was unanimously adopted. The Resolution would dedicate the bridge on State Route 307 over the Georgia Ports Authority Mega Rail Site in Chatham County as the Senator Johnny Isakson Bridge. You can read Rep. Eddie Lumsdens’ full update below.

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Catalytic Convertor and Oxygen Sensors Stolen From Car While Being Repaired

After being repaired, a Chattooga County womans’ car came back missing its’ catalytic convertor and oxygen sensors.

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