Hall schools’ CPR classes; Police stand off; Flood Warnings

*With the help of personnel from Northeast Georgia Health System (NGHS), the Hall County School System (HCSS) has launched a program that teaches students CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation). “We are training juniors at our high schools in ‘hands on’ CPR training,” according to HCSS spokesman Stan Lewis. (Pictured: a student practices CPR on dummy human torso as a NGHS worker looks on. HCSS photo.)

*Commerce Police had not released additional information as of early Monday afternoon on the standoff with an armed and barricaded woman over the weekend. Messages seeking for information had not been returned. The woman was taken into custody Saturday without incident. EARLIER STORY: Commerce standoff ends in arrest 97.5 Glory FM | North Georgia’s Family Radio Station (wgtjradio.com)

*From Dalton to Dublin, a number of Flood Warnings have been issued for Georgia by the National Weather Service (NWS). In our area, the affected counties are (as of 1:00 p.m. Monday) Forsyth, Jackson and Barrow. WWA Summary for Flood Warning Issued by FFC (weather.gov) Meanwhile, a Flood Watch remains in effect for all of north and central Georgia through Monday evening. WWA Summary for Flood Watch Issued by FFC (weather.gov)