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Etowah

(ĕt`əwô', ā`tə–), river, 141 mi (227 km) long, rising in the Blue Ridge Mts., N Ga., and flowing SW to Rome, Ga., where it joins the Oostanaula River to form the Coosa. Allatoona Dam, built for flood control and hydroelectric power, is important in the development and growth of manufacturing in N Georgia and N Alabama. Etowah Mounds, a national historic landmark, is a group of prehistoric Native American earthworks 60 ft (18 m) high, located on the river near Cartersville, Ga.
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the Etowah County Arson Task Force is still investigating the incident.
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It operates through seven branches in Athens, Sweetwater, Etowah, Madisonville, and Cleveland, Tennessee.
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County Attorney Edgar Black said forming the authority could require an act of the Legislature, but Witmer disagreed, saying he was involved in the creation of a similar entity in Etowah County.
Other portions of this drainage (the Conasauga, Coosawattee, Etowah, and Oostanaula rivers) are too narrow or shallow to fully sample by motor boat and thus were not included in this survey.
an affiliate of sellers, for the purchase of Anderson Investment's real property, located at 189 Etowah Industrial Court, Canton, Georgia.
Yet for nearly a year, he's been locked up in Etowah County Detention Centre, among the worst and most remote of immigration detention centres, with little access to lawyers or medical attention.
Johns Manville, a market-leading manufacturer of glass fiber products, announced the expansion of its glass fiber operations plant in Etowah, TN, to service the increasing needs of the engineered thermoplastics industry is underway and will be finished this year.
But a few weeks after Shehi returned home, investigators from the Etowah County Sheriff's Office showed up at her workplace with an arrest warrant.
That day, three individuals--James Hugh Moss, a black family man locally renowned for his baseball skills; Clifford Thompson, Moss's white friend who grew up in the Smoky Mountains; and Eula Mae Thompson, Clifford's wife and a woman with a troubling history of failed marriages and minor run-ins with the law--left Etowah, Tennessee, unknowingly on a collision course with Deep South justice.