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Tornado Coverage, Local Election Results

As a new week begins, take a few minutes to recap our top headlines from last week, March 5-11.

It’s probably no surprise that the tornado and storms from earlier this month dominated last week’s headlines.

Monday morning, we brought you a feature on right after the severe weather, as well as details on . Monday afternoon, we .

Later in the week, we brought you information about . Later today, we'll bring you video from Saturday’s cleanup spearheaded by a Dallas church.

Tuesday was election day in Paulding and across the state. The only local race saw edge out in . Across the whole county, more than half the Paulding voters who cast ballots in the presidential preference primary —perhaps not a surprise after we learned that he through the first month of the year.

We were the only local news outlet to bring you . Count on us for more local election coverage throughout 2012.

In police news, late Wednesday . And a Powder Springs man was in a medically induced coma late last week , which authorities are investigating.

Paulding County’s newest grocery store was greeted Thursday by a gaggle of shoppers. .

If you drive through downtown Hiram regularly, then you’ve probably . Learn more about it in our weekly feature on the history surrounding us in Paulding.

TNT Cardio Kickboxing earned the most votes from readers to be named (.). This week, we’ll be asking you the best place to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

In other Patch contest news, we launched . The winner will receive two tickets to the , complete with two audio-guided tours, and a few nice Patch branded items. You have until noon on Wednesday to enter, so we hope you’ll

In case you missed any of our weekly offerings:

  • of the week’s “” feature.
  • in the week’s .
  • Your questions on short sales, foreclosures and more were answered in “.”
  • of the week’s “” feature.
  • Minecraft was front and center of .
  • And and gave us a rundown of the goings-on in their respective areas of the Georgia General Assembly.

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