• On the Town: Wonder Woman

    On The Town with Lonnie Adams

    At what point does CGI graphics and enhancement become too much. I hear it a lot and especially with the ending of Wonder Woman. Several people have said, “Yeah, well, I wish they had toned down the CGI a bit with the final battle.” In truth, I must admit that even I have been to […]

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  • On The Town: Beauty and the Beast

    I must admit my own inner conflict with Disney lately. It seems Disney has been on a campaign to produce “live-action” remakes of all their older classic films. I can’t decide whether I am happy with this plan or not. However, let’s cut straight to the chase here, the greatest issue I found with this […]

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  • Governor Signs House Bill 146 in Gilmer Fire Station

    Nathan Deal Signing Bill 146

    Georgia Governor Nathan Deal visited Fire House 1 in Gilmer County Thursday to officially sign House Bill 146 known as the “Firefigher’s Cancer Insurance Bill.” Joined by several officials including Georgia House Speaker David Ralston and Senator Steve Gooch, author of the bill Micah Gravley, District 67 Representative, opened the ceremony by speaking about the […]

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  • On The Town: The Shack

    Controversy is something this world has way too much of. It is the bread and butter of many entertainment, and even news, networks. Maybe you have heard of the controversy from the 2007 novel entitled “The Shack,” and maybe you’ve even heard someone spouting something they heard or read but don’t really understand. Controversy tends to […]

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  • Park Sterling Merging With South State Corporation

    According to a recent release by South State Bank, a definitive agreement has been signed with Park Sterling Corporation, holding company for Park Sterling Bank. The release also states, “Combining the two companies will create a $14.5 billion in assets franchise operating throughout the Carolinas, Virginia and Georgia.” While both boards have reportedly approved the […]

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  • With No Relief, State Sets Drought Restrictions

    Numbering the 24th week of severe drought in Northwest Georgia, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Environmental Protection Division has issued a statement regarding water restrictions and other drought responses in our area. Most of Georgia is now under some form of Drought Fighting Restriction with the exception of some of our very southernmost counties. […]

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  • Jennifer Hinckley and the Rough Ridge Fire Update

    Brian presents a full update on the Rough Ridge Fire started by a lightning strike. Jennifer Hinckley, Planning Section Chief with the Southern Area Gold Incident Management Team and US Forestry Service’s Forest Prescribed Fire Specialist on the Tahoe National Forest in California, walks you through the details of the Rough Ridge Fire, it’s cause, […]

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  • Lumpkin County Election Results

    Polls are closed and results are in. As America goes to make their final decisions, stay up to date here for the Final Results. These results are currently unofficial as they will not be finalized until next week.

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