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Traffic Investigator Said Motorist Who Fatally Struck Officer Galinger Was Straddling Center Line, Driving Fast

Traffic investigator Joe Warren told a Criminal Court jury from Nashville on Wednesday that the motorist who struck and killed rookie police officer Nicholas Galinger was straddling the center line of Hamill Road and traveling at an excessive speed. Investigator Warren said the collision was a "roof vault" in which the victim is propelled over the roof of the vehicle. He said those type wrecks are most often seen on the interstate where ... (click for more)

Bradley County Deputy Eduardo Choate is shown with K9 Joker, who was shot multiple times early Wednesday morning while trying to apprehend burglary suspects. Joker underwent surgery in Chattanooga for life-threatening injuries. The suspects stole a car and got away headed toward Chattanooga.
Bradley County Deputy Eduardo Choate is shown with K9 Joker, who was shot multiple times early Wednesday morning while trying to apprehend burglary suspects. Joker underwent surgery in Chattanooga for life-threatening injuries. The suspects stole a car and got away headed toward Chattanooga.

Some County Commission Members Open To Having More Than 9 Districts

Walker County Recognizes Teacher Shortly Before Her 88th Birthday


Some County Commission members said Wednesday they are "open" to having more than the current nine districts. Commissioner Warren Mackey said he favors going as high as 15 districts. On the other hand, Commissioner Tim Boyd said expanding the districts "would cost hundreds of thousands ... (click for more)

Walker County Schools is recognizing teacher Juanita Foster a day before her 88th birthday. Mrs. Foster is one of the only active teachers in the state of Georgia with a life-time teaching certificate, and has been teaching for 65 years. Superintendent Damon Raines, ... (click for more)



Katie Harbison To Lead Chambliss Center For Children Into Its 150th Year; Phil Acord Retires After 50 Years

Election Commission Votes To Add 2 New Early Voting Sites

Grand Jury No Bills And True Bills


Phil Acord, CEO of Chambliss Center for Children, will retire at the end of this year after 50 years of employment with the organization, and current President Katie Harbison will assume the ... (click for more)

The Election Commission has voted to expand from four to six early voting sites for the 2022 elections. One of the sites will be up Highway 58 and the other up Highway 27. Exact locations ... (click for more)

Here are the No Bills and True Bills from the Hamilton County Grand Jury: No Bills: 1 SHERIDAN, WILLIAM JAMES CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES SCHEDULE VI 09/22/2021 1 HARRISON, RYAN COLE CONTROLLED ... (click for more)


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