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Posted by Staff Reports | Sep 9, 2019 | Uncategorized | 0 |. Harvey Lamar Drake, age 80, of Rome passed away Friday September 6, 2019 at his residence.
Coosa High School hosts fourth Pop-up Food Market of the year Northwest Georgia News
On the second Wednesday of every month Floyd County Schools hosts a Pop-up Food Market at one of their high schools, giving away 10000 pounds of food ...
15 Floyd County Students to Participate in High School Leadership Rome XXXII Coosa Valley News
Posted by Staff Reports | Jul 3, 2019 | Floyd News, Top Local News | 0 |. 15 Floyd County Students to Participate in High School Leadership Rome XXXII.
Students awarded Youth of the Year, Book of Golden Deeds awards Northwest Georgia News
Reading over some of the accomplishments of the students who were nominated, the speaker smiled.
PREP SOCCER: Coosa girls come up short to Armuchee, still headed to state Northwest Georgia News
The Coosa girls' soccer team ended the regular season on a two-game skid, but the team has its eyes set on what's next when the GHSA Class AA state ...
Down, Set, Hut!: Coosa students take to the football field to raise money for Sexual Assault Center of Northwest Georgia Northwest Georgia News
Coosa High School students took to the football field Thursday afternoon for a series of powder-puff football games that raised money for the Sexual Assault ...
PREP SOCCER: Coosa boys return to playoffs with region title, momentum Northwest Georgia News
It took a season that included some tough lessons and some soul searching, but the Coosa boys' soccer team is returning to the state playoffs. And they've got a ...
Coosa senior invests in the next generation | Local News | northwestgeorgianews.com Northwest Georgia News
For his honors senior project, one Coosa High School student returned to his alma mater, Cave Spring Elementary School, to start a Fellowship of Christian ...
Coosa High Wins Back to Back Volleyball State Championships Coosa Valley News
Coosa High School's Lady Eagles volleyball team captured their second straight state championship last weekend with a win over Elite Scholar Academy.
Rome City Schools Make Administrative Changes Coosa Valley News
Posted by Staff Reports | Apr 10, 2019 | Floyd News | 0 |. Rome City Schools Make Administrative Changes. Rome City Schools (RCS) Board of Education voted ...
PREP VOLLEYBALL: Coosa presses through tough competition to win Coosa Invitational Northwest Georgia News
It's been a busy start to the season for the Coosa volleyball team, and after facing a day's worth of adversity in its own tournament the Lady Eagles have a.
LOCAL SPORTS: Banquet honors 5 new members of the Rome-Floyd Sports Hall of Fame Northwest Georgia News
History, *service* and achievement were all recognized this week as the newest members of the Rome-Floyd Sports Hall of Fame were given the spotlight.
PREP VOLLEYBALL: Coosa makes quick work of Oglethorpe County in Sweet 16 Northwest Georgia News
The state playoffs have been a time in recent seasons when the Coosa volleyball team simply finds its groove and makes quick work of opponents in the early ...
Identity of Rome Man Killed in Wreck Coosa Valley News
Posted by Staff Reports | Aug 15, 2019 | Floyd News, Top Local News | 0 |. Identity of Rome Man Killed in Wreck. Floyd County Police are continuing to ...
Floyd County Schools: A year in review | Local News | northwestgeorgianews.com Northwest Georgia News
The past year has brought with it plenty of news regarding local schools as Floyd County Schools has undergone some major changes, welcomed a new ...
Coosa High gets new principal in LaDonna Turrentine Northwest Georgia News
Though LaDonna Turrentine is leaving the school where she said she spent the best eight years of her life, she is excited for the challenge that comes with ...
CHEERLEADING: Coosa taking region title to state competition Northwest Georgia News
There's no mistaking that the competition cheerleading teams in Region 7-AA have a mystique surrounding them when they attend the GHSA Cheerleading ...
PREP BASKETBALL: Pepperell girls pull away in 50-39 win over Coosa Northwest Georgia News
When Pepperell girls' basketball coach Jeff Rickman needed a spark in a grinding Region 7-AA game Tuesday, he had an idea from where it could come.
Ceremonial ground breaking held for the new Coosa High School Northwest Georgia News
The lawn was full of many old friends greeting each other and former students talking with their favorite teachers as the community gathered Wednesday to ...
Downtown will be chock full of graduations Saturday Northwest Georgia News
Four high school graduations will be taking place on Saturday, bringing friends and family to the downtown area throughout the day and into the evening.
Local high schools largely fall short of state scores on milestones testing, county elementary and middle scored higher on average Northwest Georgia News
The five local high schools mostly fell short of the state averages with elementary and middle schools scoring higher in most cases, according to the spring 2019 ...
Rome Celebrity Dance Challenge lineup announced for 2019 event Coosa Valley News
Posted by Staff Reports | Apr 8, 2019 | Floyd News, Top Local News | 0 |. Rome Celebrity Dance Challenge lineup announced for 2019 event. A variety of ...
Final open house to see old Coosa High School this Saturday Northwest Georgia News
The last chance for people to walk through the old Coosa High School will be Saturday from 11 a.m. to noon.
Coosa High School Names New Principal Coosa Valley News
Effective July 1, 2017, Mrs. La Donna Turrentine will be the new face leading the way at Coosa High School. The Floyd County Board of Education approved the ...
Coosa High places at the Georgia Academic Decathlon Northwest Georgia News
The Coosa High School team and individual team members scored success at the Georgia Academic Decathlon held recently at Berkmar High School in ...
Walton Frederick "Fred" Talley Northwest Georgia News
Walton Frederick "Fred" Talley, age 74, of Rome passed away Thursday May 16, 2019 in a local hospital. Fred was born July 21, 1944, in Gordon County.
Coosa High School open house brings nostalgic memories to alumni Northwest Georgia News
Several members of the Coosa community gathered to walk the halls of the old high school (map) one last time Friday evening.
New Coosa High School plans have community excited Northwest Georgia News
Configurations of the gym and the auditorium at the new Coosa High School were the focal points of recent discussions about the planned facility.
PREP WRESTLING: Pepperell wins Floyd County Duals title Northwest Georgia News
The Pepperell wrestling team handled business on the mats Thursday, coming away with first place in the Floyd County Duals at Coosa High School.
PREP VOLLEYBALL: Coosa sweeps Gordon Lee, secures spot in state championship game Northwest Georgia News
The full scope of talent on the Coosa volleyball team was on display Tuesday as the Lady Eagles put together series after series against a formidable Gordon ...
PREP VOLLEYBALL: Model gets key wins against Armuchee, Gordon Central Northwest Georgia News
With the prep volleyball season just getting started, the Model and Armuchee teams look to be benefiting from a *fresh* start.
PREP SOCCER: Model finds room to possible Region 7-AA title Northwest Georgia News
It was tough to take a moment from Tuesday's soccer game between Model and Coosa that saw either team relax. It wasn't until the end that the result was ...
LOCAL SPORTS: Hall of Fame inductees have influenced community Northwest Georgia News
Pursuing a career in the world of sports can be gratifying to the individual, but the effect it has on others around them can sometimes be what gets a person.
15 Floyd County Schools' students move forward in Governor's Honors selection process Coosa Valley News
Posted by Staff Reports | Nov 2, 2018 | Floyd News, Top Local News | 0 |. 15 Floyd County Schools' students move forward in Governor's Honors selection ...
PREP FOOTBALL: Chattooga edges Coosa 34-32 in 7-AA thriller Northwest Georgia News
With six starters missing from their lineup, the Chattooga Indians found a way to come out on top in their region opener.
Lon V. Ozment Northwest Georgia News
Mr. Lon V. "L.V." Ozment, 88, passed away peacefully at his home Wednesday, May 29. He was born in Rome on April 22, 1931, to the late Lon V. Ozment.
Coosa Student Dies in Car Wreck in Cave Spring Coosa Valley News
A one vehicle accident claimed the life of Coosa High School junior Marshall Watson on Thursday. Reports siad that Watson was traveling west on US 411 in ...
Tickets still available for Rome Celebrity Dance Challenge Northwest Georgia News
The OTR Wheel Engineering Rome Celebrity Dance Challenge is two days away and tickets are still available.
REGION ROUNDUP: Coosa VB wins 3rd straight Battle of the Counties title Northwest Georgia News
The Coosa volleyball team was nearly perfect Saturday as the Lady Eagles blazed through each opponent they faced.
Busby, Joshua Northwest Georgia News
Joshua Lynn "Josh" Busby, age 35, of Rome, passed away in a local hospital Tuesday, August 13, 2019. Josh was born September 2, 1983, Rome. He was a ...
Coosa High administrators receive Prestigious Award Coosa Valley News
Trevor Hubbard, principal of Coosa High; Miriam McGhee, assistant principal; and John Rhodarmer, assistant principal, were each presented a Patriot Award to ...
Floyd County's deputy superintendent heads across the state Northwest Georgia News
After 25 years of working with the county school system Deputy Superintendent April Childers will be saying goodbye as she accepts the position of ...
PREP FOOTBALL: Darlington gets past Coosa, 21-6 Northwest Georgia News
The Darlington football team came into Eagle Stadium on Friday night and used its defense to shut down a hard-nosed Coosa squad and earn a 21-6 win ...
Coosa senior has 1 goal in mind | Education Northwest Georgia News
Fernando Guzman, a Coosa High School senior and self-described five-time cancer survivor, has one thing on his mind in the lead-up to Friday's graduation: “I ...
Stays and delays: It's time to get the Floyd County Schools RICO case underway Northwest Georgia News
There are a lot of details within the 100-plus pages of an indictment dismissed earlier this week concerning a group of people accused of defrauding the Floyd ...
Cassandra Marie Rayburn Northwest Georgia News
Cassandra Marie "Cassie" Rayburn, age 48, of Rome, passed away Monday, July 8, 2019, in a local hospital. Mrs. Rayburn was born on August 8, 1970, ...
Coosa tight end Sean Brown commits to Vols for 2019 Chattanooga Times Free Press
The Tennessee football program picked up its sixth known commitment of the 2019 recruiting class late Friday night.
WRESTLING: Floyd County teams use duals meet to continue improvement Northwest Georgia News
Duals wrestling is nearing its end, but a number of local teams got one more chance to compete head-to-head Tuesday at Coosa High School as a way to get ...
SPORTS CALENDAR: Several youth sports camps on tap for this summer Northwest Georgia News
ROME YOUTH TRACK CAMP — Rome High's track and field program is hosting the Rome Wolves Track and Field Youth Camp at Barron Stadium from ...
PREP BASKETBALL: Rickman steps down as Lady Dragons' head coach Northwest Georgia News
More often than not through the years, Jeff Rickman's coaching life has moved swiftly from softball season to basketball season. Now he's decided to change up ...
SkillsUSA Qualifier at GNTC sends 48 to State | Local News | northwestgeorgianews.com Northwest Georgia News
Georgia Northwestern Technical College hosted 28 Northwest Georgia region high schools for the SkillsUSA Region 1 qualifying competition on Nov. 30.
Woman dies of injuries from head-on wreck Northwest Georgia News
A Rome woman, who is believed to have been in the process of making a move to Alabama, died from injuries sustained in a wreck on Ga. 20 in Coosa.
School improvements of past, present and future Northwest Georgia News
The education local option sales tax 4 collection period for city and county school systems is coming to a close and the next collection period for the next ELOST ...
Former Top Floyd County Schools Employee Arrested in School Theft Case Case Coosa Valley News
Former Floyd County Schools Chief of Operations Sam Sprewell turned himself in Tuesday after being cited for being part of the RICO case, which cost ...
FOOTBALL: Floyd County players sign with schools both near and far Northwest Georgia News
Three Floyd County football players decided where they would further their academic and playing careers Wednesday with one heading north to Tennessee and ...
Teresa Diane Callahan Milam Northwest Georgia News
Mrs. Teresa Diane Callahan Milam, age 64, of Rome, Ga., passed away Sunday, June 23, 2019, from injuries received in an automobile accident.
Rome High School Hosts Howlin' Wolf Classic Cheerleading Competition Northwest Georgia News
Rome High School's gymnasium was full this past weekend with cheer enthusiasts as Rome High hosted the first Howlin' Wolf Classic Cheerleading ...
Color of Victory: Coosa High winter guard qualifies to compete in 2017 world championships Northwest Georgia News
It takes skill and lots of practice to make something incredibly difficult look easy, but that's what the Coosa High School winter guard strives to do every time the ...
Model cheerleaders take 1st at Coosa Cheer Classic Rome News-Tribune
The Model High School varsity competition cheerleaders took first place in Class AA at the Coosa Cheer Classic on Sept. 9 at Coosa High School. Shown with ...
Coosa faculty, student soccer match adds to classmate's scholarship fund Northwest Georgia News
Students and faculty tangled on the soccer field at Coosa High School on Thursday in the second annual Fernando Cup.
Frances Yvonne "Fran" Bice Northwest Georgia News
Mrs. Frances Yvonne "Fran" Bice, age 53, of Silver Creek, passed away Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018. Mrs. Bice was born in Rome, GA on June 10, 1965, ...
PREP BASEBALL: Coosa's Shiflett leads local players on 7-AA All-Region Team Northwest Georgia News
A senior pitcher who took his game to the next level and a group of talented underclassmen highlight the local players who were named to the 2018 Region ...
Robin Shannon Warden Northwest Georgia News
Ms. Robin Shannon Warden, age 57, of Rome, passed away Sunday evening, June 16, 2019, at her residence.
Coaches mourn former Coosa student who died in wreck Northwest Georgia News
The Coosa community on Saturday was lamenting the loss of Dakota Chance Garrett, who died in a car wreck Friday night.
BASKETBALL: Armuchee overcomes Coosa in thefinal period to end winless streak vs. Eagles Northwest Georgia News
It wasn't a case of Armuchee's boys' biding their time on Saturday night, but more them waiting for Coosa's shots to end up in their hands.
Coosa senior Alexys Davis lands on state Student Advisory Council Northwest Georgia News
A Coosa High School senior has been selected out of a pool of more than 1500 students across the state to serve on this school year's state Student Advisory ...
PREP SOCCER: Pepperell and Coosa go to shootout after ending overtime tied 1-1 Northwest Georgia News
A meeting between the top two boys' soccer teams in Region 7-AA had been brewing for a while, postponed because of weather and other factors.
2019 commitment tight end Sean Brown finds 'right place' at Tennessee Knoxville News Sentinel
Brown, a three-star junior tight end from Coosa High School in Rome, Ga., announced after his spring game that he has committed to Tennessee.
Harassment lawsuit against Floyd County Schools, employment agency settled Northwest Georgia News
An insurance company for Floyd County Schools made the decision to settle a lawsuit against the school system, as well as an employment agency, on claims of ...
Students – including Zac Mitchell, Elizabeth Burns – build community during GHP Northwest Georgia News
Even though they're only a couple of days into the four-week long Governor's Honors Program being held at Berry College, local students Elizabeth Burns and ...
Coosa High's Blackburn Signs with Berry. Coosa Valley News
Playing hard on the field and studying hard in the classroom, Duke has been the recipient of notable awards including the Future Eagle Award and the ...
New Pepperell Middle would be 8th Floyd school built with ELOST funds Northwest Georgia News
If voters approve an extension of the 1-cent education local option sales tax on Nov. 7, a new Pepperell Middle School would be one of two main projects for ...
18-year-old killed in wreck in Bartow County Atlanta Journal Constitution
An 18-year-old was killed early Tuesday morning in a single-car wreck in Bartow County, the Georgia State Patrol confirmed. Emily Lauren Brown of Rome was ...
Rome Teen Arrested After Trespassing at Ex-Girlfriend's School Coosa Valley News
Jeroboam Stamper, 17 of Rome, was arrested late last week after police said he came onto the Coosa High School campus and found an ex-girlfriend while she ...
Roman with new metal detector finds 1950 class ring Northwest Georgia News
Doug Callaway has always had a fascination with history. A couple of weeks ago his wife surprised him with a new metal detector, and he didn't even have to ...
NATIONAL SIGNING DAY: Area schools recognize players who are moving on to the next level Northwest Georgia News
Pen was put to paper several times in Floyd County on Wednesday as the second go-round of National Signing Day was observed with high school football ...
Rome City, Floyd County schools protected by 6 certified police officers Northwest Georgia News
Every morning, he gets up, straps his gun to his side and heads to the school.
Tennessee football recruiting: Vols in top 2 for 4-star Georgia 2020 OL FanSided
Tennessee football is in the top two for four-star offensive lineman Tate Ratledge. The Rome, Ga. tackle will announce if he picks the Volunteers next week.
LOCAL CALENDAR: Sports camps and tennis lessons | Local Northwest Georgia News
CVTA BEGINNER LESSON — The Coosa Valley Tennis Association is sponsoring a beginner tennis package for people looking to start playing. The package ...
Tennessee tight end commitment sidelined by knee injury 247Sports
One of Tennessee's tight end commitments is dealing with an injury that's expected to sideline him for a significant portion of his senior season.
Coosa's Brayan Cornejo selected a DiVarsity All Star Rome News-Tribune
Brayan Cornejo, a senior soccer player at Coosa High School, has been invited to participate in the DiVarsity 2014 Georgia High School Soccer All-Star games ...
BASKETBALL: Mike Glenn remembers Coosa days fondly | Local Northwest Georgia News
Mike Glenn remembers so much from his college and NBA career, with games in the NCAA Tournament and in basketball's largest arenas.
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Friends, teachers come together to grant Coosa student's wish list Northwest Georgia News
In many ways, Fernando Guzman is an average teenager. He's 17, loves professional soccer, especially FC Barcelona. He's not too keen on school work but ...
Marching band exhibition tonight at Armuchee High School Northwest Georgia News
The sound of marching band music will fill the night air in the Armuchee community tonight as Armuchee High School will hold the annual exhibition of area ...
Cave Spring Elementary to remain closed tomorrow because of flooded roads, two Coosa bus routes will not run Northwest Georgia News
Cave Spring Elementary will remained closed Friday due to flooding and Coosa bus routes 11-03 and 16-23 will not run because of road conditions.
GoVols247's Early Signing Period Headquarters 247Sports
Get inside for live updates on Tennessee's targets and commitments who are announcing and finalizing their decisions during the Early Signing Period.
PREP VOLLEYBALL: Coosa, Armuchee meet tonight for state title hopes Northwest Georgia News
The tale of two Floyd County volleyball teams pushing themselves set after set to achieve new heights for their respective programs gets a grand finale tonight.
BASEBALL: Coosa coach Gus Bell gets win No. 500 in season that wasn't supposed to be Northwest Georgia News
Gus Bell does whatever he can to help out at Coosa High School. This year, that meant falling back into a role he has known for quite awhile.
Elizabeth Carol Boyer Sumner Northwest Georgia News
Elizabeth Carol Boyer Sumner, age 29, of Cave Spring, passed away at her residence Sunday, October 14, 2018, after battling a long illness.
Trevor Hubbard takes on a new role with Floyd County Schools Coosa Valley News
Trevor Hubbard has accepted the position of Buildings and Grounds Facilitator with Floyd County Schools. Previous to his new position, Mr. Hubbard was most ...
Coosa teacher, soldier Maj. Chris Parker talks Mosul offensive Northwest Georgia News
As Iraqi forces, accompanied by U.S.-led coalition airstrikes and artillery fire, continue the nearly three-month liberation effort of Mosul from ISIS, military ...
PREP FOOTBALL: Unity Christian ready to roll out new QB for season opener Northwest Georgia News
Last season the Unity Christian football team had a freshman quarterback lead them to the first round of the state playoffs.
Young Romans Northwest Georgia News
Every day, a different young artist's artwork is featured on the front page of the Rome News-Tribune. Here is a gallery of young artist images from August's front ...
COLLEGE SIGNING: Coosa's Tori Overby | Colleges Rome News-Tribune
Recent Coosa High School graduate Tori Overby (seated, second from right) signs to play tennis at Shorter University during a special ceremony held Friday, ...
Judge to allow DA's Officer to Re-indict Floyd County School's RICO Defendants Coosa Valley News
Posted by Staff Reports | Aug 12, 2019 | Floyd News, Top Local News | 0 |. Judge to allow DA's Officer to Re-indict Floyd County School's RICO Defendants.
Future Vols: Junior-college defensive linemen shine in wins 247Sports
GoVols247 takes a look at the latest performances from Tennessee's Class of 2019 commitments, including big games from the Vols' junior-college defensive ...
Emily Lauren Brown | Obits/Death Notices | northwestgeorgianews.com Northwest Georgia News
Ms. Emily Lauren Brown, age 18, of Rome, passed away Tuesday, May 29, 2018, from injuries received in an automobile accident in Bartow County.
SkillsUSA competition at GNTC determines best of NW Georgia high school specialists Northwest Georgia News
Twenty-eight high schools from across Northwest Georgia competed in the SkillsUSA Region 1 Qualifying Competition hosted by Georgia Northwestern ...
A love for the game: Linda Holder will be honored for her tireless work in the tennis community Rome News-Tribune
When looking at the Rome-Floyd Tennis Center, Marie Lewis can't help but remember when the town had a mere eight courts.
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