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Brickbat: Doesn't Anybody Knock?

Officials with the Catoosa County, Georgia, school system say they have installed some new technology that will keep students safer when the school year starts. It's a special detector called HALO that is going to be placed in restrooms and locker rooms. The technology can detect vaping fumes. A principal of one high school in the system said that vaping was the "No. 1 concern" parents have expressed to him. The system also detects loud noises, which officials said might indicate aggression or bullying. Officials said that because the system has no video capability and does not record audio it does not violate students' privacy.
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Northwest Georgia shops can continue to sell Delta 8 thanks to an emergency injunction

Two shops in Northwest Georgia will be able to continue selling Delta 8 and other legal THC products for the time being. The court recently ruled in favor of the store owners request for an emergency injunction, preventing the Lookout Mountain Judicial Circuit Drug Task Force and Catoosa County Sheriff Gary Sisk from conducting any arrests or seizures. Doranda Moon co-owns ‘Stevie and the Moon’, one of the stores in the lawsuit. She has a masters degree in medical cannabis science and therapeutics from the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. Moon said she just wants to use her knowledge to help.
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Community Invited to “PLAY BALL!” at Catoosa County’s Renovated Poplar Springs Park Ballfields

RINGGOLD – Catoosa County Commissioners, Parks and Recreation officials and contractors invite the community to “PLAY BALL!” at the renovated Poplar Springs Park ballfields, which are now officially open. The nearly $2-million renovation serves Catoosa County and visiting families with new, world-class baseball and softball fields, new...
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Lawsuit: Shops in Catoosa, Dade Counties claim legal right to sell products with THC

CATOOSA COUNTY, Ga. — A new lawsuit in Georgia seeks a court order declaring that a chemical related to the main intoxicating ingredient in pot is legal under state law. Owners of two shops in northwest Georgia are hoping to get a court to order a local sheriff and a drug task force to let them sell chemicals containing hemp that are now considered legal by the federal government.
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