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Emma Rae Castro apparently made quite an impression on members of the Atlanta United soccer team. The Cartersville Primary kindergartner, who has been battling leukemia since she was 3, met the soccer players at a Sept. 22 Rally Foundation for … more
Chattahoochee Technical College said hello and goodbye to several board members this month. The college welcomed three new members to its board of directors and recognized four retiring members during the board’s year-end meeting June 13 at … more
“In December 2015, I was burdened with the loss of my grandson, Cooper, and the tragedy I was seeing my son, his wife and their first son go through,” Wiles said. “I knew we all were wishing Cooper was here to celebrate Christmas with us. It … more
The holiday season will wind down this weekend as 2017 rolls in Sunday. With New Year’s Day being on a Sunday, most agencies and businesses will take off Monday for the holiday. All Bartow County government offices, including the courts, … more
College students who are pursuing agriculture or other related degrees are eligible for more than $60,000 in scholarships from a Georgia foundation. The Georgia Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture is offering up to $60,500 in scholarships to … more
Only a handful of citizens attended the first of three public hearings held by Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor concerning the 2016 county millage rates. “We have increased costs even though we tried to keep the budget very lean this … more
A Cartersville woman has been accused in a recent rash of three separate house fires. Dorothy Denice Clark, of Cartersville, has been arrested and charged with setting fires at three different residences within the city within the last … more
Georgia Highlands College received another accolade last week.The five-campus college was ranked second on Schools.com’s 2016 list of Top 5 Best Community Colleges in Georgia for its affordable tuition cost and transfer rate to four-year schools. … more
According to two Bartow County officials, the LakePoint Sporting Community complex in Emerson appears to have a new owner.Both County Commissioner Steve Taylor and Emerson Mayor Al Pallone told the … more
The employee with the longest tenure in the Cartersville City School System is retiring. School Nutrition Director Tracey Morris decided about four months ago to officially hang up her apron … more
For one Cass High School student, “If better is possible, good is not enough.” That life philosophy was one major reason Rosejane Ayers was selected as one of 10 students across the state to … more
Things are moving along swimmingly on the Etowah Bend gated riverside estate community, a new residential development in Euharlee that celebrated its formal groundbreaking Wednesday … more
As an artist, Trisha Moran has come a long way since learning to paint as a young girl growing up in her native Saigon, Vietnam.After putting aside her passion for art for years to work and raise her … more
Tricia Pridemore is running for re-election to the Georgia Public Service Commission. She made a campaign stop in Bartow County last week where she spoke with The Daily Tribune News.Pridemore was … more
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