HHPodcast News: Newscast: Heavy metal in motion at Kmart — but no demo just yet. Tuesday’s heat index: 105 degrees; no relief soon. Midweek observations: Change is good? (Yes).

HHPodcast News: Newscast: Heavy metal in motion at Kmart — but no demo just yet. Tuesday’s heat index: 105 degrees; no relief soon. Midweek observations: Change is good? (Yes).

The news you need on your commute to work this Wednesday morning:
  • Heavy equipment is on site at old Kmart but we don’t see a demolition permit just yet. The Ledbetters have said the existing stores will come down starting this month.
  • Ware Mechanical Weather Center: Tuesday’s heat index hit 105 with a high of 97 and more is on the way. 
  • A decorated Floyd County sheriff’s corporal fired; office cites ‘unprofessional, negligent and incompetent in the performance of his duties.
  • Education: Tri for the Kids raises $18,000 for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Georgia. Floyd Medical teen volunteers earn scholarships. North Georgia EMC awards scholarships to two Armuchee High grads, another from Gordon Central. Shaw helping associates’ students
  • HHPodcast Interview: Keith Mickler of the county extension office on what this heat does to plants, trees and crops (avoid excess watering!) Plus: How to chase those varmints from your garden. The Podcast
  • Midweek observations: Change is good? You’ll agree when you hear what’s ahead at RACA.
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