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GORDON COUNTY NEWS

Good news at the gas pump this month. December continues to deliver low prices.
According to reports, three masked men entered the Circle K on Highway 53, put a gun to the clerk's face, and demanded money.
Rome City, Floyd County, and Cartersville City Schools will be open Monday. Bartow County Schools are closed for students. Gordon County will have a delayed start.
The National Weather Service estimates that up most of Floyd County got 5-7 inches of snow, with southern Floyd, Polk, and Bartow receiving even more.
The winter storm brought down multiple trees, limbs, and power lines.
911 reports icy spots on bridges, overpasses, and back roads this morning, so if you don't have to get out stay home until temperatures warm above freezing.
The Calhoun Yellow Jackets defeated Peach County 10-6 to win the Class AAA title Friday.
There are just a few closings, delays or cancellations to tell you about for Saturday.
A Calhoun woman arrested on heroin charges.
Possibly a bit of snow in our future, but do not count on it.
William Nichols, of Gordon County, was chosen to represent Georgia Northwestern Technical College at the statewide EAGLE Leadership Institute March 12-14, 2018, at the Atlanta Waverly Hotel.
This is National Influenza Vaccination Week.
The Census of Agriculture only occurs every five years.
A Calhoun High School student is facing disciplinary action after he posted what is being called a threatening image on social media.