Newscast in new or podcast formats: Still no answers to Callier Springs fire. Rome man, 20, dies in wreck. Big week in politics. Rant: What-if lineup of radio guests in aftermath of El Paso, Dayton wouldn’t change a thing; will you?

Newscast in new or podcast formats: Still no answers to Callier Springs fire. Rome man, 20, dies in wreck. Big week in politics. Rant: What-if lineup of radio guests in aftermath of El Paso, Dayton wouldn’t change a thing; will you?

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A late edition of our broadcast headlines and thoughts on El Paso, Dayton:
  • 15 months later, still no cause in fire that gutted Callier Springs Country Club as cleanup — and golfing — continue. The fire marshal says the building wasn’t insured while the course was.
  • Services pending for 2018 Rome High graduate killed in traffic accident in Gordon County on Friday night.
  • Busy week with Floyd GOP Women meeting Tuesday, Tillman Hangar GOP rally on Saturday. Rome City Commission qualifying starts Aug. 19.
  • Back to school: St. Mary’s Catholic School returns today.
  • The DeSoto turns 90 today. How you can join the party.
  • Ware Mechanical Weather Center: Celebrating 1.12 inches of needed rain mostly on Sunday.
  • Happy 90th birthday, Miss Betty (second segment).
  • Rant: The guests we would have had on radio today talking about El Paso and Dayton — and how nothing really changes with our current “leaders.”

 

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