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Murray teen to hold fundraiser for families…

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Murray teen to hold fundraiser for families of Chattanooga shootings

Fourteen-year-old Lindsey Burns, a student at North Murray High School, is holding a fundraiser this Saturday to raise money for the families of the shooting victims in Chattanooga earlier this...

Bank robbery suspect had a plan

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“The robbery was probably premeditated,” said Special Agent in Charge Greg Ramey of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI). “Based on evidence that we have located, he (Nicholas Paul Marchand)...

Deal announces Murray to be Appalachian Regional…

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Deal announces Murray to be Appalachian Regional Port

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal was in Chatsworth Tuesday morning to announce that Murray County will be the site of the second regional port in the state, allowing a direct railroad...

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Pittman provides updates to Rotary

Murray County Commissioner Brittany Pittman gave an update to members of the Chatsworth Rotary Club during a meeting held last...

Sales tax holiday set for July 31

Georgia’s first sales tax-free holiday weekend is scheduled for July 31 - Aug. 1 this year. Many Georgia residents take...

Bank robbery suspect ID released

Chatsworth Police Chief Joshua Eheridge has released the name of the suspect who robbed the Comtrust Federal Credit Union earlier...

Board considers BYOD

Kelli Reed with the Murray County Division of Family and Children Services gave a presentation to members of the Murray...

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Tear Drop Half Marathon

The Inaugural Tear Drop Half Marathon was won by a Master (over 40 years of age) runner. The half marathon was won by 44-year-old Tommy Jones, of Ellijay, in a time of 1 hour, 18 minutes, 25 seconds. Emily Manning, 34, of Jacksonville, FL, was the half marathon female champion,...

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