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Calhoun & Gordon County

Former School Board Member Sentenced to 10 Years In Prison...Former Gordon County School Board member Ricky E. Smith pleaded guilty to several felony charges before Chief Judge David K. Smith in Gordon County Superior Court Monday morning. Smith resigned his post from the school board just last month after he was indicted on 19 counts of felony financial transaction card theft charges, theft by taking, criminal trespass and influencing a witness. Along with certain other special conditions to be met through a plea bargain, Ricky Smith was sentenced to ten years in prison with two to serve incarcerated.

TN Women in Jail After Weekend Incident...Two Tennessee women were booked into the Gordon County Jail Saturday afternoon not long before 3:00 pm after an alleged shoplifting incident at Wal-Mart. Gordon County jail records show that 29 year-old Elizabeth Dawn Barnes and 24 year-old Macy Danielle Lear, both of Clarksville, TN, were arrested by Calhoun Police on numerous felonies and misdemeanors, including Possession of Meth and Tools for the commission of a crime. Lear is additionally charged with aggravated assault on an officer and obstruction, along with possession of a firearm and a schedule 2 controlled substance.

GCSO Makes Meth Bust...Thursday morning (August 3), Gordon County Deputies responded to a report of a suspicious person at a convenience store on South Wall Street in Calhoun. There, deputies located Jonathan Perez, age 17, of 113 South Louise Avenue, Calhoun. Perez was taken into custody without incident, after a search of his car revealed a large quantity of methamphetamine packaged and processed for resale, an assault rifle and ammunition, and US currency. The methamphetamine has a value of several thousand dollars. Perez has been charged with Trafficking in Methamphetamine and related drug charges, as well as felony weapons offenses. He is housed in the county jail pending bond.

Resaca Man Charged After Marijuana Garden Located...Thursday afternoon (August 3), a law enforcement helicopter crew located a marijuana “garden” growing at a private residence on Hyde Road in Resaca. The resident, David Long, was located there and subsequently arrested without incident. Investigating Sheriff’s detectives removed dozens of large marijuana plants from the grounds, as well as more marijuana packaged for resale, packaging materials, an assault rifle with several magazines, a police-style pistol, other firearms, and a large quantity of ammunition. Long, age 71 of 890 Hyde Road, Resaca, has been charged with Manufacturing/Possession/Intent to Distribute Marijuana and other drug related offenses, as well as Felon in Possession of Firearms and other weapons related offenses. The marijuana plants have a “street” value of over $170,000.00. Long remains in jail pending bond.

Calhoun Man Pleads Guilty in Federal Court...U.S. District Court Judge Harold Murphy accepted the plea of a Calhoun man charged with receiving child pornography through photos on Facebook. Eduardo Ramos-Escobar pleaded guilty to the charge in July according to the order filed late last week. The charge carries a mandatory minimum of five years in prison. Department of Homeland Security agents, in a criminal complaint, stated Ramos-Escobar admitted to threatening to share the photographs with their family and friends if they didn’t give him more photos.

Dalton & Whitfield County

Dalton Police Investigating Phone Scam...Another day, another phone scam. This time, there’s a phone scam going around with a scammer posing as a detective with the Dalton Police Department and spoofing his caller ID number to appear as the number of the police department’s main line. The scam has only been reported to police once so far, on August 3rd, but the department wants to alert the public to beware. Anyone who believes they may have been a victim of this scam can contact the DPD’s Criminal Investigations Division at 706-278-9085.

Petition Circulating to Abolish Dalton Public Schools...Officials with the League of Women Voters of the Dalton Area are beginning to gather signatures for a petition to place a referendum on the May 2018 general primary ballot that would call for the Dalton Public Schools system to give up its charter. Under Georgia l aw, if the League gathers enough signatures the Dalton City Council would have to put the measure on the ballot.

Beaulieu Group Files Chapter 11 Bankruptcy... Dalton based flooring company Beaulieu Group filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy on Monday in Federal Bankruptcy Court in Rome. A company release calls the action a formal proceeding to restructure its balance sheet. They say lenders have agreed to continue to support the company to keep them going. The company was founded in 1978 and is one of the largest manufacturers and distributors of wall to wall carpet in North America.

Engineered Floors Expands Dalton Operation with New Facility...Dalton-based Engineered Floors will open a new carpet tile plant in Dalton. The company has broken ground on a carpet tile manufacturing facility in Whitfield Countyon Old Dixie Highway, just south of Gaz Road. The initial phase of the plant, expected to open in January 2018, will total 520,000 square feet. A company spokesman could not immediately say how many people the plant will employ.

Rabies Found in Northwest Georgia...UPDATE: 07/27/17::: North Georgia Health District officials said Monday that 12 people are receiving post-exposure rabies treatment due to contact with domestic animals that have now tested positive for the disease. Within the past two weeks, two puppies and a kitten have been confirmed by the Georgia Public Health Laboratory as having rabies. All three pets were too young to receive rabies vaccinations. One of the puppies was in Whitfield County and the other was in Gilmer County. The kitten was in Cherokee County. Contact the local Environmental Health office for questions about rabies or to report an incident that may involve rabies.

07/17/17:::Health authorities in Whitfield County want to hear from anyone who recently came into contact with a puppy who tested positive for rabies after a skunk bit it in the head several weeks ago. The Whitfield County Health Department says the puppy started to become ill on July 7th, and was too young for the vaccine. They want anyone who may have come into contact with the puppy since June 27th to contact the health department for an evaluation. The puppy is a cream-colored poodle-mix and had been in the area of the 900 block of Dawnville Road in Whitfield County. Anyone who came into physical contact with the puppy should contact Whitfield County Environmental Health. Health authorities report there have been additional rabies cases in Murray and Whitfield County this year.

ORIGINAL POST: An outbreak of rabies cases in north Georgia has officials on high alert. There have been more cases of the deadly virus reported in Whitfield County over the last six months than the area has seen in the last five years. The intersection of Wolfe Street and Mount Olivet Road is where officials found a rabid fox last month. Officers euthanized and tested the animal to confirm Whitfield County's seventh case of rabies in less than six month. Rabies has recently been found in raccoons, skunks, a cat and now a fox. If you see an animal being aggressive, having difficulty walking or appearing to choke-- Stay away and report it immediately. In the event of a bite, see a doctor immediately. The best thing you can do is get your pets vaccinated. For more information about rabies and its prevention, contact your local county environmental health office or log on to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website.

Chatsworth & Murray County

Rabid Raccoon Found in Chatsworth...Murray County officials are issuing a rabies warning after a raccoon tested positive for rabies on Saturday (07/08). The animal was in the area of Central Hill Drive near Chatsworth. Environmental Health officials are stressing how important rabies vaccinations are for pets, and they're saying residents should be wary of unfamiliar animals. If you come across an animal acting unusual or appearing sick contact your local health department or animal control office.

GNTC's Whitfield-Murray Campus Eyes Expansion...On Monday, Governor Nathan Deal signed off on the State of Georgia’s Fiscal Year 2018 budget. Included in the legislation is $18.7 million to build a 75,000-square foot facility located on the GNTC campus serving Whitfield and Murray Counties. This will be the first new construction on the Whitfield Murray campus of GNTC since the establishment of the campus in 2010. The addition of the new building was made possible by the transfer of about 23 acres of land to the Technical College System of Georgia by the Whitfield County School Board. A groundbreaking for the expansion will take place this summer. The new addition could host its first classes in late 2018 or early 2019.

Cartersville & Bartow County

Kingston City Clerk Arrested, Charged...Michelle Jones, former city clerk of Kingston, pleaded guilty to over 80 counts of theft this past week. She was given a ten year sentence that includes 9 years of probation. The GBI began the investigation in 2012 after receiving a request from the city’s chief of police. Reports say that Jones stole over $30,000 dollars from the city. In an ironic twist, Jones was originally hired to replace former city clerk, Samantha Silvers who was arrested in 2010 for stealing over $60,000 dollars from the city.

Adairsville Man Charged with Child Molestation...On Monday, July 31, Mark Andrew English, age 44, of a Princeton Glenn Court N.W., address in Adairsville, was arrested by Detectives with the Adairsville Police Department and charged with Aggravated Child Molestation and Child Molestation for an incident that allegedly occurred on April 8th of this year at a location in Adairsville, Georgia. A news release from the Adairsville Police Department said that the victim was a minor child under the age of 10.

Former Cartersville Cop Facing Federal Charges...A former Cartersville Police Officer allegedly tipped off drug traffickers to an active F.B.I. investigation. According to the U.S. Attorney's Office Northern District, Bryson-Taylor Wayne Banks, 31, Cartersville, was arraigned June 27th on multiple federal charges. Banks was assigned to a DEA task force and allegedly used his access to law enforcement databases to alert an informant and drug traffickers to an active federal investigation. Banks is charged with disclosure of confidential information, unlawfully accessing a law enforcement database and many other charges. The case is being investigated by the F.B.I.

Rome & Floyd County

Floyd County Coroner Resigns... Floyd County Coroner Barry Henderson has resigned the position, as of July 1st, citing health and personal reasons. He will continue to aide the office during the transition, however Deputy Corner Gene Proctor has taken over the position from Henderson, who was reelected last November. Proctor said he will run for election in 2020.

Accused Murderer Granted Continuance... A Rome man who is accused of murdering an elderly couple in 2015 will be granted another continuance after his attorney said he is incapable of continuing. Emerson Mack Abbott Jr, 30, was charged with the murders of James and Myra Reeves at their Terhune Road home back in January 2015. After a previous continuance, Abbott’s attorney Wade C. Hoyt III said that he suffered a detached retina in November 2016 and had surgery last May on the issue. He added that “hopefully this will be the last continuance”. Floyd County Superior Court Judge Bryant Durham said that he would review Hoyt’s ability to go on in September.

Phone Scam Affecting Northwest Georgia Residents...Floyd County Police said they have been receiving complaints about people getting phone calls telling them that they have missed jury duty, and that they are about to be fined or arrested. This is just the latest in scams hitting the Northwest Georgia area. In recent weeks, Dalton Police said con artists have been calling people and posing as Dalton Utilities representatives, and in Gordon County scammers went so far as to claim they were a high ranking Sheriff's Official. Citizens are urged to disregard any such calls and especially to never reveal any personal information. Remember, Law Enforcement and the Government doesn't do business on the phone.

Lafayette & Walker County

Walker County Getting New Resort...A new resort coming to Lookout Mountain could bring hundreds of jobs to Lafayette and Walker County. State and local dignitaries and Scenic Land Company President Duane Horton recently announced the master plan for Canyon Ridge Resort. They said a hotel, resort, and conference center will provide 2,000 construction jobs and 280 permanent jobs. Phase I of the project is slated to cost approximately $106 million. The resort has been in the works since 2008, but due to a legal battle development efforts weren’t re-engaged until last year.

Calhoun City & Gordon County Government News

Public Hearing Tonight at GCBOC Meeting...The Gordon County Board of Commissioners voted recently in split decision to continue using public transportation services provided by the North Georgia Community Action, Inc. Board member Bud Owens cast the only vote against the measure, citing several complaints about the service to the Board, causing him to be concerned that the service was not meeting expectations of the best possible service to the community. North Georgia Community Action, Inc. was, however, the only organization to submit a proposal for services, which are paid for through federal monies. Gordon County Board of Commissioners meet this evening (08/15) at 5:15 pm for a work session followed by their regular meeting at 6:00 pm. Both meetings are being held in the Conference Room of the Administration Building on North Wall Street. On the agenda is a public hearing for further consideration of a malt beverage license for RNR Calhoun, Inc, which is the BP Foodmart at 110 Shope Lake Road. The convenience store itself is located a little more than 1000 feet from Sonoraville Middle School and High School, and the Sonoraville Recreaction Complex. Tonight's meetings are open to the Public.

Rivers to Ridge Trail Master Plan Approved by City & County...The Calhoun City Council recently approved a motion for the Rivers to Ridge Trail Master Plan and implementation strategy after being approved by the Gordon County Board of Commissioners. The joint venture between the City and County will bring a proposed 8.7 miles of greenway trails to Gordon County. The Rivers to Ridge Master Plan is divided into seven segments and from beginning to end would take the public from an area around Wal-Mart in Calhoun, to the Calhoun Recreation Department, through downtown to Red Bud Road and on to the area of the new Gordon Hospital Trail to Gordon Central High School, then finally from the High School to New Echota. A Blueway System was also proposed, utilizing local river waterways, so the public can canoe, kayak or paddleboard.

Posts Up for Election; Qualifying Begins Aug. 21st...Calhoun City Council met Monday night (08/14) for a regular meeting, and Council Post #4's representative David Hammond surprised everyone by announcing that he will not seek re-election in November. Hammond cited his support of implementing term limits to the City Council and Mayor of Calhoun as his reason for not seeking to hold his seat. Qualifying for Council Posts #3 and #4, as well as City School Board Posts 1,2 and 3 begins on August 21st. Early voting will begin and absentee ballots will be available at the Gordon County Board of Elections and Voter Registration Office on Monday, October 16. The last day to register to vote for the municipal general election is Tuesday, October 10.

"Look Before You Lock!"... Calhoun Police remind you to "Look Before You Lock!" On average, 37 children die each year from heat-related deaths after being trapped inside a vehicle. This is a number the Calhoun Police Department would like to see drastically reduced, if not completely eliminated. Even on a relatively mild day, the temperature inside a vehicle can get above 100 degrees. At those temperatures, kids are at a high risk of dehydration, heat stroke, seizures and even death. Our memory sometimes needs visual reminders, so the Calhoun Police Department would like to offer these tips. Place one of your shoes in the backseat with the child so you must grab it before leaving your vehicle, or place the child’s diaper bag or backpack in the front seat as a reminder the child is still in the vehicle.

100 Days of Summer Heat...The Calhoun Police Department is participating in the Governors Office of Highway Safety National Mobilization, which is part of 2017 One Hundred Days of Summer HEAT now through September 3. Officers will be setting up safety check points looking for un-restrained drivers and passengers. Chief Moss encourages all drivers and passengers to buckle up and be safe this summer. Calhoun Police will join the Georgia Governor’s Office of Highway Safety’s “OPERATION ZERO-TOLERANCE sobriety checkpoint program – the nation wide law enforcement crackdown on alcohol and drug-impaired drivers. The Georgia Governor’s Office of Highway Safety is working in partnership with more than 350 law enforcement agencies across the state implementing the program.

GCSO Receiving Reports of Phone Scams...Gordon County Sheriff Mitch Ralston said his Office has received reports of an individual posing as a deputy sheriff telling citizens that they have missed jury duty, and must send money for a fine via wire/internet services. Sheriff Ralston says this is absolutely bogus, and that his staff - or any local, state or federal law enforcement agency. NEVER collects fines, and certainly never solicits any type of funds by telephone. This fictitious caller may even use a familiar sounding name, Ralston said. DO NOT SEND MONEY to such callers by any means or under any circumstances. Anyone who misses jury duty would be visited by a uniformed deputy sheriff in a clearly marked vehicle, and no fines are collected by deputies. The criminals orchestrating these scams use untraceable cellphones, and are often located outside the United States. If you receive any such suspicious call, contact the Sheriff’s Office to verify the identity of the caller. BEWARE of all internet and telephone scams and do NOT release any personal or financial account information to anyone.

Gordon County Schools Names Teacher of the Year...Caroline Stephens from Tolbert Elementary School was named Gordon County Schools’ District Teacher of the Year during the Teacher of the Year Banquet held recently. Other finalists included Christy Smith from Fairmount Elementary and Julie Thomas from Sonoraville Elementary School. n addition to the gifts presented to the other finalists, Caroline received an Apple Watch, as well as the opportunity to attend any conference of her choice during the 2017-18 school year, with all fees and expenses paid by the school district. Caroline will go on the represent Gordon County Schools in Georgia Teacher of the Year competition.

Gordon County Renews Storm Ready Certification...Gordon County was first certified as a Storm Ready community in 2005. Gordon County has continued to improve capabilities each year with each renewal of the Storm Ready designation. This 2017 renewal marks the 5th renewal of Storm Ready in Gordon County.
Storm Ready is a nationwide program that helps communities better protect their citizens during severe weather from tornadoes to tropical storms. The program encourages communities to take a proactive approach to improving local hazardous weather operations. Storm Ready provides emergency managers with clear-cut guidelines on how to improve their hazardous weather operations.
For more information, like us on Facebook at and follow us on Twitter @gordoncountyema. Sign up for Code Red Emergency Weather Warnings here.

This Week's Gordon Environmental Health Scores:
Teriyaki Chef - Red Bud Rd - 71...Denny's - Resaca Beach Blvd - 80... Krystal - Hwy 53 E - 80...Little Caesar's - W Belmont Dr - 83...El Rayos - S Piedmont St - 85...Bojangle's - Hwy 53 - 86...Copper Creek Grill - Millers Ferry Rd - 95

State & National News

Hunting Dates Announced...Hunting season dates have been released for the State of Georgia. Archery Deer Season will open September 9th, primitive weapons opens October 14th and firearms deer season opens October 21st. The first dove season opens September 2nd. Squirrel season open August 15th. Turkey hunters will have to wait until March 24, 2018, to take a gobbler. Georgia's hunting and fishing licenses have been restructured with increased fees this year. Find out more @

GA Power Closing Business Offices... Georgia Power officials said that plans are underway to close its last 27 business offices in the state by this October, including Rome’s office at 800 Broad Street, due to nearly 70 percent of all payments now coming from electronic means. About 200 employees statewide will be affected, and approximately 100 of those will be out of a job, according to the company.

GA Power Says Beware of Scam Artists...Georgia Power issued a warning for customers of criminal "scam artists" trying to defraud both business and residential customers over the phone. The scam artists are known to pose as Ga.Power employees asking customers to provide credit card information or purchase a pre-paid debit card and provide the card's account number to avoid disconnection. Customers should be reminded to be cautious and never provide personal information such as a credit card or social security number to an unverified person.

Oil Companies Eye North Georgia...Shale gas drilling is slowing across the country, but a few companies are poking around the state looking for the next natural gas "play." An Oklahoma-based company that leased 7,500 acres of land in Whitfield County has two test wellsalready in place and they say they plan another. In Floyd County, near Cave Spring, a Texas oil conglomerate plans a well. At least three other companies have recently researched the Conasauga shale field, a swath of land that runs from Alabama across Georgia and into Tennessee. Georgia joins Tennessee and North Carolina as Southern states newly popular with wildcatters and major gas and oil companies.

Sears, Kmart Stores in Northwest GA Closing Soon...Sears is closing 72 more stores, in addition to the more than 180 that have already been announced this year. The company released a list internally of the closing stores, which includes 16 Sears stores, 49 Kmart stores, and seven auto centers. Three stores in Georgia are on the list: Sears # 2615 in Dalton will close, along with K-Mart Store # 3083 in Ft. Oglethorpe and Calhoun K-Mart Store #9625. Most of the stores will close in September.

Summer Burn Ban in Effect...Now through Sept. 30, the Georgia Environmental Protection Division's open burning ban is in effect for 54 Georgia counties, prohibiting citizens and businesses from burning yard and land-clearing debris during the months of May through September. Counties in our area included in the ban are: Bartow, Catoosa, Chattooga, Cherokee, Cobb, Dawson, Floyd, Forsyth, Gordon, Haralson, Lumpkin, Paulding, Pickens, Polk and Walker counties. The DNR's Mountain District Office in Cartersville has more information by calling 770-387-4900 or online at And with the burn ban in place, we are also reminded of how hot summertime can get in Georgia. Authorities also need the public to remember to not leave children or pets in a hot, unattended car. They also want you to remember if you're going to be outside in the heat for a long time, to take breaks in the shade and stay hydrated. Also be sure to check on elderly neighbors and relatives.

FCC Warns of "Can You Hear Me" Phone Scams...The Federal Communications Commission is alerting consumers to be on the lookout for scam callers seeking to get victims to say the word “yes” during a call and later use
a recording of the response to authorize unwanted charges on the victim's utility or credit card account. According to complaints the FCC has received and public news reports, the fraudulent callers impersonate representatives from organizations that provide a service and may be familiar to the person receiving the call, such as a mortgage lender or utility, to establish a legitimate reason for trying to reach the consumer. The scam begins when a consumer answers a call and the person at the end of the line asks, “Can you hear me?” The caller then records the consumer's "Yes" response and thus obtains a voice signature. This signature can later be used by the scammers to pretend to be the consumer and authorize fraudulent charges via telephone. If you receive this type of call, immediately hang up. If you have already responded to this type of call, review all of your statements such as those from your bank, credit card lender, or telephone company for
unauthorized charges. If you notice unauthorized charges on these and other types of statements, you have likely been a victim of “cramming”. Anyone who believes they have been targeted by this scam should immediately report the incident to the Better Business Bureau’s Scam Tracker and to the FCC Consumer Help Center. Consumers should always be on alert for telephone scams. The following tips can help ward off unwanted calls and scams:
Don’t answer calls from unknown numbers. Let them go to voicemail.
If you answer and the caller (often a recording) asks you to hit a button to stop receiving calls,
just hang up. Scammers often use these tricks to identify, and then target, live respondents. If you receive a scam call, write down the number and file a complaint with the FCC so we can help identify and take appropriate action to help consumers targeted by illegal callers.Ask your phone service provider if it offers a robocall blocking service. If not, encourage your provider to offer one. You can also visit the FCC’s website for information and resources on available robocall blocking tools to help reduce unwanted calls.Consider registering all of your telephone numbers in the National Do Not Call Registry. As the Agency that implements and enforces the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, the FCC reviews all consumer complaints. The Agency will continue, when appropriate, to issue consumer alerts based on
those complaints and other public information related to possible scams and frauds in hopes of informing
and empowering consumers.

State Attorney General Warns of E-Mail Scam...GA Attorney General Chris Carr is warning the public about a phony email circulating that purports to be from the “Department of Consumer Affairs.” The email, which allegedly targets attorneys, says that a complaint has been filed against the recipient’s company and urges recipients to click on a link to view the complaint. This email is NOT from the Office of the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Unit or any other legitimate government entity. It is a fake email. Clicking on the link or attachment provided may allow the scammer to install malware on your computer. The scam has been reported in Georgia and South Carolina.

What Else Is Happening?

Solar Eclipse Viewing Event at Carters Lake...Mark your calendars! On August 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse will turn day into night for a few short minutes. Total solar ecipses don't come everyday--the last one viewed in the contiguous U.S. occurred in 1979. Don't miss out! Come watch the Solar Eclipse at Carters Lake. Rangers will be giving a program and passing out Eclipse safety glasses at Northbank Park. The event is free and open to the public. Incidentally, Gordon County Schools will DELAY DISMISSAL for students on August 21st due to the anticipated solar eclipse, in order to use the event as a teachable moment.

GA Trust Seeking "Places in Peril"...The Georgia Trust's Places in Peril program is seeking nominations for the 2018 list of Places in Peril. The program wants to identify and preserve historic sites threatened by demolition, neglect, lack of maintenance, inappropriate development or insensitive public policy. The top ten designees are selected in the fall. Nomination forms are available at

Gordon County BOE Approves Calendar...The Gordon County Board of Education has approved school calendars for the next three academic years, and approved a recommendation concerning make-up days for this year. You can view the system's approved calendars here.

2017 Car Seat Mini-Grant...The Calhoun Police Department was recently awarded the 2017 Car Seat Mini-Grant by the Georgia Department of Public Health, Injury Prevention Program. Through the mini-grant, Calhoun Police Department, Gordon County Fire Department, Georgia State Patrol, Safe Kids Dalton, Calhoun Fire Department and Gordon EMS provide car seats and education to financially eligible families in Calhoun and Gordon County. This program is funded by the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety. For more information about the Calhoun Gordon County car seat program, contact Calhoun Police at 706-629-1234, County Fire at 706-629-8851, GSP at 706-624-1477 or Calhoun Fire Department at 706-629-2244. If you would like information regarding other counties involved in the program, please contact the Georgia Department of Public Health’s Child Occupant Safety Project via email at or by calling 404-679-0500.

The Web Can be a Dangerous Place...The internet can be a highly dangerous place, especially for impressionable tweens and teens. The internet is crawling with predators, and if your child comes into contact with one, their life could be in danger. Parents are encouraged to monitor their child’s computer, cell phone and tablet. There are numerous sites parents can view that offer advice and tips pertaining to internet safety for kids and teens. Here are just a few that may prove helpful:,, and

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