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Mount Everest is a dangerous place. The first recorded deaths on the mountain were the seven porters who perished in an avalanche in the 1922 British Mount Everest Expedition. Another one has killed at least 12 more Sherpa guides.

Rescuer have recovered 12 bodies from under the snow and ice. Two more Sherpas were injured and have been transpored by helicopter to hospitals. Three more men are missing.

Hundreds of climbers, guides and support crews are in in base camps, to preparing to climb the world`s highest mountain. Most will set out early next month when weather conditions are most favorable. Other camps at higher altitudes are being set up while guides, like those who died, are scouting routes and setting up climbing ropes. The spring climbing season ends in May.

An estimated 200 have died trying to climb Everest. Friday`s deaths are the worst disaster to ever strike the mountain. Most deaths have been attributed to avalanche, injury from falls or ice collapses, exposure or health problems related to conditions on the mountain. Not all bodies have been located, so the number of fatalities remains an estimate.

The first ascent of Mount Everest, over 60 years ago, sparked a tourism boom that draws more than 20,000 visitors each year to the world’s tallest peaks. Strong, congenial, and adept at business, Sherpas play a big role in the tourist economy. They serve not only as high-altitude guides, like those who died, but also as guides for the larger number of visitors who hike at altitudes under 18,000 feet. Sherpas own most of the 300-plus lodges and hotels and many of the companies that organize the visits.

Nepal is home to eight of the 14 tallest mountains in the world. On the other hand, it is one of the world`s poorest countries, so tourism is vital, contributing about 4% of the country`s gross national product. Tourists spend about a half a billion dollars a year.

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Ron Morris Jr. has always seen himself as a visionary. After a career in radio he decided to go back to school to achieve something more. Listen as Ron talks about attending classes, what led him to Clean Air America and as well as his personal life! It is because we see Ron as one of the next leaders in Floyd County we honor him as this week`s Coosa Valley News Person of the Week!

  • Siver Creek Woman Charged with Child Molestation - Amanda Marie Master, 30 of Silver Creek, was arrested on Thursday on four counts of child molestation. The alleged incidents occurred between March 2012 and July 2013 to victims under the age of 10.
  • 8 Inmates Now Part of Pilot Prison Program - Floyd County Prison was selected by the Georgia Department of Corrections to be one of three pilot programs in the State`s Re-entry Initiative. The program enables offenders to become more employable and prepared to hopefully reduce the rates of recidivism by providing employment opportunities and cognitive and rehabilitative training to eligible inmates. As a selected site for this program, Floyd County Prison is receiving eight offenders, who were adjudicated and are from Floyd County, for the Re-entry Initiative on Tuesday, April 22, 2014.
  • Coroner`s Office Identifies Man Killed on Bicycle - The Floyd County Coroner’s office has confirmed that the man killed on a bicycle this week on Highway 411 was that of 33 year-old John Eric Gaines. Police said that Gaines was stuck by a 2009 Kia Spectra near Hine Road. Police said that Gaines was riding his bicycle in the outer lane going toward Cartersville.
  • Police Arrest 2, Find Drugs, Gun, Infant Child - Two Rome men, Daniel Vonne Burge, 24, and Hector Raul Hernandez-Guerra, 18, were arrested Thursday and charged after officers found drugs, a loaded gun and a young child in their car. Police said that they pulled over the suspect`s car at the intersection of Cherry Street and Magnolia Avenue. During a search they located methamphetamine, marijuana, and prescription medication in the car, along with a .32-caliber revolver, small plastic bags and a scale.
  • Man Threatens to Kill Wife, Breaks into Home - Terrence Edwin Howard, 44 of Rome, was arrested after police said he allegedly broke into his estranged wife`s home and threatened to kill a man and his wife. Reports said officers were responding to the domestic call when they found Howard and his estranged wife in a car. Once officers pulled up Howard fled on foot, but was later caught. Reports went on to say that when he was caught he is quoted to tell his estranged wife, `you are dead.` Police located a loaded Glock 23 handgun in the area where Howard had been.
  • Georgia’s unemployment rate declines to 7.0% - The Georgia Department of Labor announced Thursday that Georgia’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate declined to 7.0 percent in March, the lowest rate since September 2008 when it was 6.8 percent. The rate was 7.1 percent in February and 8.4 percent in March a year ago. `This is the ninth month in a row that Georgia’s unemployment rate has dropped,` said State Labor Commissioner Mark Butler. `It’s down because we continue to see employers creating more jobs and laying off fewer workers. We added 27,400 jobs, which is the most February-to-March job growth we’ve seen in 10 years.`
  • Floyd Honors Good Samaritan Volunteers of the Year - Reverend David and Bettie Pearson, volunteers with the Floyd Medical Center Auxiliary for 11 years, were named the Good Samaritan Volunteers of the Year Wednesday.
  • Rome Rec. to Have Youth Indoor Football League - The Rome-Floyd Parks and Recreation Authority and Georgia Fire are partnering to introduce Youth Indoor Football to Rome. The program will offer 8 on 8 indoor youth tackle football for ages 9 -10 and 11 -12 at the Rome Forum. All youth participants will receive a season ticket to the Georgia Fire home games. A minimum of five officiated games will be held June 1, 7, 14, 28 and 29. The championship game will be held June 29. Only 72 participants are allowed per age division. Players will be evaluated May 11 at 2 PM at Barron Stadium. The team draft will be held Wednesday, May 14. All games will be held at the Rome Forum.
  • Ranger Man Sentenced for Killing Mother, Sister - Douglas Glenn Parker, of Ranger, was sentenced this week to two concurrent life sentences without parole after being found guilty of murdering his mother and sister. Reports said that the murder occurred in June 2012. Parker was engaged in an altercation with his 71 year-old mother, Edna Sue Fields, and his sister Rebecka June Wade,45, at their home.
  • Chamber groups visit hi-tech classrooms - The traditional school classroom has remained pretty much the same for several decades. There is a teacher, an information board and students sitting in neat rows. A new type of technology classroom at Pepperell Elementary School is challenging the traditional education concept. The high tech learning environment was recently put on display for two committees from the Greater Rome Chamber of Commerce to expose the community to the innovative learning concept. The Education/Work Force Council and the Technology SquareTable Committee held a joint monthly meeting at the school to get a look into the future of education. The classroom was put together as a pilot by Floyd County Schools to train teachers on the use of technology in the classroom and spur student interest and learning.
  • Profile Extrusion Purchased by Highlander Partners - Highlander Partners, L.P., has announced it has acquired the aluminum extrusion assets of Profile Extrusion Company in Rome. The operations will continue, but under the name of Profile Custom Extrusions, LLC with the current management team continuing to lead the business.
  • GNTC Nabs Nine National Competition Spots - Nine Georgia Northwestern Technical College students will be competing on the national stage in June after a huge showing at the statewide Phi Beta Lambda competition in Atlanta, Georgias Westin Atlanta North last week. Phi Beta Lambda is a professional skills organization in which college students can join to learn more about their areas of professional interest and/or areas of study. Among the various colleges competing at the state-level were the University of Georgia, Reinhardt University, and Dalton State College.
  • House of Dreams to host Easter Service - The House O’ Dreams at Berry College will host Easter Sunday service at 7 p.m. and is free and open to the public. Berry College Chaplin Jon Huggins is preaching and the Mount Berry Church worship band will lead music. Buses will start at 6 p.m. to shuttle people from the Frost Chapel parking lot to the House O’ Dreams where refreshments will be provided during the service.
  • Model High principal elected president of GHSA - Dr. Glenn White, principal of Model High School, has been elected president of the Georgia High School Association (GHSA). He was elected at the semiannual meeting of the State Executive Committee of GHSA in Macon. White was elected by a unanimous vote of the 58 member State Executive Committee. `It is an honor and a privilege to serve as president of the GHSA,` stated Dr. White. `I am seeking the advice and help of coaches, administrators and parents as we begin to make changes in the association to help GHSA adapt to meet the needs of students in Georgia.`
  • Silver Creek Couple Faces Numerous Drug Charges - A Silver Creek couple, James Craig Knight, 54, and Karen Kasey Denise Newberry, 40, have been arrested after authorities found suspected methamphetamine and other during during a search of their Timberwood Drive home. Reports said that officers located over an ounce of methamphetamine, as well as five unidentified pills and suspected marijuana.
  • Rome Man Arrested in Texas for 160 Lbs of Pot - Grayson Lee Jones, 23 of Rome, was arrested in Potter County Texas following a traffic stop that turned up close to 160 pounds of marijuana. Texas State Troopers pulled Jones over on Interstate 40 near Bushland, Texas. He was charged with first-degree possession of a controlled substance.
  • Silver Creek Man Faces More Molestation Charges - A 27 year-old Silver Creek man, Adam Corey Master, who was previously arrested on child molestation charges is now facing four additional counts. According to reports Master committed immoral and indecent acts when he touched four different girls younger than 10 years of age between March 2012 and July 2013.
  • Board of Regents Approve Tuition Hike - The Georgia Board of Regents approved a tuition hike on Tuesday for all of the states 31 colleges and universities. The plan calls for a 2.5 percent increase for 27 of the campuses, with the four research universities seeing even a higher increase. The increase ranges from about $32 at state colleges to about $85 at Georgia College and State University per semester The plan also includes an increase of $372 more per semester for Georgia Tech undergraduates.
  • $60K Raised to Support GHC Students, Potts Honored - About 300 people gathered for a grand celebration of milestones, scholarship, and altruism. Georgia Highlands College Foundation hosted the second annual Highlands Gala at the Coosa Country Club and raised over $62,000 in support of GHC students including more than $20,000 to endow the Willis J. Potts, Jr. Endowed Scholarship. Willis J. Potts, Jr. was the honoree of the evening and recipient of the Heritage Award. The Georgia Highlands College Heritage Award honors those individuals who have left a legacy of leadership, patriotism, civic development, and philanthropic deeds. Integrity, honor, determination, and vision embody the characteristics of the Heritage Award.
  • National Gallery of Art selects Darlington`s Moore - Darlington ELA-8 art teacher Jennifer Moore has been selected to participate in the National Gallery of Art`s Summer Teacher Institute in Washington, D.C. this summer.
  • Local Students Win Cong. Art Comp. - U.S. Rep. Tom Graves announced the winners of the annual 14th District Congressional Art Competition at a reception yesterday evening at Harris Arts Center in Calhoun. Rebecca Selsor, a senior at North Paulding High School, was awarded first place for her workBeauty From Ashes. As the winner, Ms. Selsors work will be displayed in the Cannon House Office Building tunnel to the U.S. Capitol building for one year along with the first place artwork from each congressional district across the country. Two Armuchee students also placed; Second Place: Taylor Ratliff with Books and Third Place was Jamie Armstrong with Bringing Cody to Life,
  • Floyd Co Airport Chairman to Step down - Larry Owen, the Chairman of the Floyd County Airport Commission, announced Tuesday that he would not seek a reappointment. Airport commission officials said that any member of the community that is interested in serving on the commission can apply now at the County Clerk’s Office.
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  • Political Forum Open to the Public - WRGA News and Georgia Highlands College will host at political forum for candidates for the Floyd County Board of Education and the Floyd County Commission which is open to the public. The event will be held Thursday, April 24 from 6pm – 10pm.
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  • Pennington Calls out Deal, Ethics Reform Plan - Republican candidate for Governor David Pennington slammed Nathan Deal on ethics, taxes, education and the economy at a press conference directly outside of the Governor`s Office door Wednesday. Pennington also challenged Deal to either debate these issues or drop out of the race and compared Deal to Richard Nixon in the following prepared statement, `History has a way of repeating itself. Richard Nixon so poisoned the well for Republicans that the nation elected Jimmy Carter as President. Now 40 years later, Nathan Deal is so poisoning the well for Georgia Republicans that Jimmy Carter`s grandson could be Georgia`s next governor.`
  • Bill increasing rural health care providers Signed - Gov. Nathan Deal signed into law House Bill 998, legislation that will expand the Georgia Medical Student Scholarship program and increase the number of practice opportunities for health care providers in rural areas. `Georgia’s Medical Student Scholarship program allows for us to retain our best and brightest medical doctors while also increasing access to quality medical care in Georgia’s most rural areas,` Deal said. `No medical student educated in Georgia should find themselves without job opportunities in their home state after graduation. It’s through programs like this that we improve the quality of life in rural communities, create much-needed jobs and set the foundation for further growth in our primary and specialized health care systems.`
  • Deal signs bills assisting veterans, family - Gov. Nathan Deal signed into law legislation that allows any court with jurisdiction over criminal cases to establish veterans court divisions (Senate Bill 320). The bill, signed during a visit to the National Infantry Museum in Columbus, addresses the specialized treatment needs of veterans and aims to ensure that their re-entry into society is systematic, seamless and successful. `Georgia is a true military state, with more than 700,000 veterans calling it home,` said Deal. `It is our duty to give our wholehearted support to these brave men and women who so willingly and courageously put our security before their own. This legislation will provide veterans an alternative to the traditional justice system when impairments, often beyond their control, affect their transition back into society.`
  • Deal ensures teachers have say on health insurance - Gov. Nathan Deal on Tuesday signed an executive order that requires the Department of Community Health to include a teacher representative in the State Health Benefit Plan invitation for proposals process. `The state regularly seeks bids and contracts with vendors for the State Health Benefit Plan, which covers 650,000 Georgians, so that our employees receive the high-quality coverage they need for their families,` Deal said. `Teachers and their dependents comprise the largest group of SHBP members, and they deserve to have a strong voice in this process. This executive order accomplishes that.
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  • 8 Year Sentence After Threats to Judge`s Family - James Edward Satterfield, 59 of Cobb County, was sentenced to eight years in prison after a jury convicted him of two counts of terroristic threats with intent to retaliate and three counts of terroristic threats. Reports said that Satterfield threatened to kill and eat a judge`s children.
  • Atl. Mayor, City Has Multiple Offers for Ted - According to Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, the city has received numerous officers to purchase Turner Field after the Braves leave for Cobb County. He added that the city has received two to four offers on the 77-acre property, declining to give details. He did say that he has been in talks with Georgia State University and a nearby school that has `some internet` in the property.
  • Duo Faces Over 140 Charges from Thefts - Atlanta police have discovered that two people, Cortez Benjamin and Cherie Miller, who were arrested for stealing wallets is wanted in several other counties. The duo was arrested in Atlanta for stealing a woman`s purse from a Midtown restaurant. Now police believe that the two did the crime over and over by targeting customers throughout metro Atlanta. Police added that the pair will have over 140 charges against them.
  • Human Remains Found in Marietta - Cobb County police said that human remains were discovered near Marietta this week. Authorities added that they were located near the intersection of Cranfill Road and Joyner Avenue and reported to police.
  • 2 More Atlanta Principals Announce Resignations - Two Atlanta School principals announced their resignations this week. North Atlanta High School Principal Howard `Gene` Taylor and Sutton Middle School Principal Audrey Sofianos announced that they will step down this summer. With their resignations Atlanta Public Schools is looking to fill close to 20 principal positions before next school year.
  • Granddaughter Arrested ForScheming Thousands - Kimberly Leona McNeese, 24 of Ringgold, landed herself in jail for the second time this year after a scheme in which she allegedly stole thousands of dollars from her grandparents. This week she was charged with two counts of exploitation of an elderly person, theft by deception, two counts of possession of dangerous drugs, possession of marijuana (more than an ounce), possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, and possession of a Schedule IV drug.
  • OSHA Forms Alliance with Georgia Organizations - The U.S. Department of Labor`s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has formed an alliance with several organizations in Atlanta to provide employers and workers in the construction industry with information, guidance and training to prevent overexposure to crystalline silica dust. The agreement was signed by OSHA, the Georgia Tech Research Institute`s Occupational Safety and Health Division, Brasfield & Gorrie LLC, the Georgia Local Section of the American Industrial Hygiene Association and the Georgia Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers on Tuesday, April 15.
  • Atlanta`s Shepherd Center Looks at $12M Expansion - Atlanta`s Shepherd Center announced plans to spend $12.8 million on renovations and equipment purchases. The center has filed a Certificate of Need request with the Georgia Department of Community Health to renovate its laboratory and pharmacy and buy a 3-Tesla MRI scanner, which will be used to further its multiple sclerosis research.
  • Pregnant Woman Arrested After Failing Drug Test - DeKalb County, Alabama authorities arrested a Southside woman and charged her with chemical endangerment of a child. Amanda Leigh Johnson, 27, is charged with one count of chemical endangerment of exposing a child to an environment in which controlled substances are ingested, produced or distributed. She was arrested after failing a drug test required by Etowah County Court Referral Office.
  • Georgia Could Lose $15M in Food Stamp Funding - Georgia could lose $15 million in federal funding if the state`s food stamp agency does not fix its troubled system by May 14. A letter from the regional administrator of the U.S. Food and Nutrition Service emphasizes that Georgia, already under pressure to repair the system, failed to correct a backlog of overdue food stamp cases and added to that problem with new overdue cases.
  • Ga Regents Seek Proposals to Manage Housing - The Georgia Board of Regents released this week a Request for Qualified Concessionaires to acquire existing and develop new housing on nine campuses in the University System of Georgia. Responses are due June 10, 2014 in order to be considered. `Our goal is to reduce the System`s financial obligations for existing student housing and new housing development while ensuring students have affordable, safe, quality housing options,` said Chancellor Hank Huckaby.
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In the Mind of - Tony Potts
I just love college football spring games. If you know me then you know I took the first opportunity to take my newborn daughter, Georgia, to her first experience `between the hedges` last Saturday. Talk about a surreal moment for this old man. I had always wondered what it would be like to take my baby to Sanford to bask in the sunshine, and it didn`t disappoint. Watching her face as she saw the colors and heard the excitement of the band was absolutely worth a million dollars. It also made this old man smile when almost every single one of the cheerleaders stopped what they were doing to come over and check out my precious little girl.

So what did we learn about the Dawgs during their last `practice` before things start to get real. Hutson Mason looks ready. With the SEC`s top teams pretty much all replacing their starting QB`s this could be Georgia`s chance. The senior QB waited his turn and with the two games he started last year should be more than ready for Clemson on August 30. Defensive Coordinator Jeremy Pruitt didn`t show off much of his playbook, but the d-backs looked prepared. It was nice to see a coach doing more than calling the plays. No knock, well, ok, a big knock on Todd Grantham, while he was a good coach, he stunk as a teacher. Pruitt is out there teaching these kids about the `why`s` not just calling in a play. It shows.

What have we learned after the first month of baseball season? The Braves, like always, start off like a lion. If only the World Series was decided in April. The Brewers are looking really good, but it`s hard to see them keeping up the pace. The Nationals Stephen Strausburg can throw the ball, REALLY throw the ball, but he can`t seem to find a place to put it. If he ever learns a pitch beside the fastball he could be an all-time great. If he doesn`t then he will have to purchase a ticket when he goes to Cooperstown.

Oakland, well, they just keep winning and the Angels keep spending… and losing. The AL Central should be an adventure this year unless Detroit can find a power hitter that is not 40 years-old. Boston is off to a slow start, but with a revamped lineup I`m not worried just yet.

Did you know that the Atlanta Hawks have the longest current playoff streak in the Eastern Division? That`s right this makes the 7th straight season Atlanta has reached the playoffs. The only team in all of basketball with more is the San Antonio Spurs out of the West with 17 straight. I do think that this year was the best job by Atlanta in that run. The team completely dropped its payroll for a chance to go out after this season to sign a few big names. They will have the Pacers, who they beat by 20 last week, in the first round. Wouldn`t it be something if they can pull off an 8 over 1 seed upset!?! I do not put it past this team.

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  • Atlanta Bowl to Become Peach Once Again - The Peach is back. After dropping the Peach from Atlanta`s college football bowl game, officials are expected to announce Monday that the game will change its name to the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl. It is also expected that at the press conference that the game will unveil plans to elevate its status from a `mid-tier` event to a `high-profile` game that will be part of the new four-team college football playoff system.
  • Lady Hawks swing past Young Harris - After beginning the season at No. 4 on the National Christian College Athletic Association`s (NCCAA) official top ten rankings, each week the the Lady Hawks have steadily climbed thier way up. This week was no different as Shorter moved up one place from last week to finally sit atop the list as the NCCAA`s top team the conference announced Wednesday. Rankings, however, weren`t on the Lady Hawks mind as they travelled to Young Harris College Wednesday afternoon for a doubleheader with the Mountain Lions. Winning was on the agenda, and that`s just what they did; shutting out Young Harris in both games to extend their win streak to 13 games. The final score in each was, 8-0.
  • Hawks, Lady Hawks eye PBC track titles - For the past two years, the athletic program has been in limbo as far as winning conference championships go - save for one team. This weekend, the Shorter men`s and women`s track team will be out to give the university its first NCAA conference title when the Hawks and Lady Hawks compete in the 2014 Peach Belt Conference Championships that begins its three-day run at Barron Stadium on Thursday.
  • Shorter Soccer Makes National Ranking - For the second straight week, Shorter`s men`s soccer team finds itself at No. 10 on the latest NCCAA Men`s Soccer Rankings the conference. The Hawks, which are a part of the NCCAA`s South Region, are joined on the list by fellow region members Judson and Emmanuel who rank 11th and 12th, respectively.
  • Hawk Trio earn PBC Athlete of the Week honors - In the final week before the Peach Belt Conference Track and Field Championships, the Hawks and Lady Hawks were well represented in the conference`s Athlete of the Week honors; earning three of the four spots. Kirk Wilson and Stefanos Koufidis garnered the accolades for the second straight week, while Lakeisha Spikes earned the recognition for the first time this season.
  • Rome Braves Make Roster Moves - The Rome Braves announce that OF Jose Morel has been sent to the Danville Braves of the Appalachian League and the team receives OF Dan Carroll from the Lynchburg Hillcats of the Carolina League. The team has also placed INF Reed Harper on the disabled list with a left thumb sprain and receives INF Eric Garcia from Lynchburg.
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    • Dinosaurs Without Bones Lecture - LECTURE: DR. TONY MARTIN, Dinosaurs Without Bones:Dinosaur Lives Revealed by their Trace Fossils on FRIDAY APRIL 18, 7 PM. What would we know about dinosaurs if we did not have their bones? Find out about the `other` fossil records, in an entertaining and informative summary of dinosaur tracks, nests, burrows, toothmarks, and other trace fossils.

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