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Katie Crumley

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Recent Articles by Katie Crumley

  • Dawson home to 2 Canine Search Specialists
    Following the graduation of a weeklong training course in Mobile, Alabama, Battalion Chief Milton Keller and Lieutenant Danny Speaks of Dawson County Emergency Services earned the certification of Canine Search Specialist.
  • Students cut up to clean up
    A fashion trend is sweeping the nation – sweeping up hair clippings to sop up oil in the Gulf coast.
  • Stephens hospital donates airflow hood to NGTC
    The Horizontal Laminar Airflow hood had passed its prime at Stephens County Hospital, but it is a gift for experience greatly appreciated by NGTC students.
  • Music Hall adds noise to tranquil NE Ga. neighborhood
    Damon and Ashley Lyon moved from Buford to Auburn two years ago to get away from the bars and the booze.
  • Children's visitation restriction lifted at NGMC
    On the heels of a severe flu season, the children's visitation restriction has been lifted at Northeast Georgia Medical Center.
  • Obama orders new fuel standards for future
    President Barack Obama called for first-ever mileage and emissions standards for big rig and work trucks Friday, seeking to limit pollution from the large vehicles that contribute a big share of it.
  • Vehicle hits 10-year-old in Commerce
    A 10-year-old boy was listed in critical condition Thursday afternoon after being hit by a vehicle.
  • Suspect tied to string of bank robberies in area
    Hall County Sheriff's officials have released more information about the two suspects arrested following the Regions Bank robbery on McEver Road Thursday morning.
  • Escaped inmate captured at Cumming Wal-Mart
    Sheriff's Capt. Frank Huggins said 34-year-old Timothy Eric Gibson escaped from the Forsyth County Adult Detention Center Wednesday afternoon.
  • Storage facility destroyed by Nicholson fire
    A fire in Nicholson Thursday completely destroys a storage building and does minor damage to two vehicles and a nearby single-family home.
  • Ga. DOT board seeks millions for rail planning
    The Georgia Department of Transportation board has decided to seek more than $16 million from the Federal Railroad Administration to plan rail projects, including a passenger line that would loop around the eastern half of the state.
  • Gwinnett schools host public hearing on budget
    The Gwinnett County School Board is hosting a second public hearing Thursday night on the Fiscal Year 2011 budget.
  • Perdue names special AG to push for voter checks
    Gov. Sonny Perdue has appointed a special attorney general to push for federal court approval of two procedures to verify voters' identity and citizenship.
  • Jefferson pastor gives money to pay forward
    During these economic times, many churches are struggling to pay the bills, but on Sunday a Jefferson church actually gave cash to each member of the congregation.
  • GSC official talks about tuition increase
    Following the Georgia Board of Regents decision last week to raise college tuitions by up to 16 percent, students in the North Georgia area may be all the more desperate for help in the financial aid department.
  • Two Gainesville men facing burglary charges
    Two Gainesville men are in custody following a burglary last week on Burton Circle.
  • UGA to undergo IRS audit of subsidiaries
    The University of Georgia says the Internal Revenue Service is auditing the income it receives from subsidiaries such as golf courses, food services, parking and catering.
  • M3 names Dean VP of IT
    M3 Hotel Accounting announced that Wesley “Wes” Dean has joined the Gainesville-based hotel accounting software company as Vice President of Information Technology.
  • Lawmakers give Salazar grilling over oil drilling
    Interior Secretary Ken Salazar caught sharp criticism from lawmakers Tuesday over the government's failures in overseeing offshore oil drilling, and he acknowledged his department had been lax in holding industry accountable.
  • Hall Co. man arrested for possession of child porn
    A Hall County man is in custody on child porn charges.
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