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For Dr. Wes Dickey, being promoted from assistant principal to principal of Woodland Middle School after founding Principal Lamar Barnes’ death last spring was a comfortable transition. Dickey officially took over the reins of the school June 1 … more
Due to the community’s overwhelming response to Compassion International’s interactive tour in 2015, participants will once again see how they can change the lives of impoverished youth living in developing countries without leaving … more
With Bartow being one of the first counties in Georgia to receive the SNAP-Ed program, Extension Agent Alexis Roberts is delighted to help launch this complimentary nutrition education offering.“Bartow County is the fifth county in Georgia to … more
Rose Lawn Museum was the host of 20-plus members of the Thunderbird enthusiast and owners group Friday morning.David and his wife, Jeannie Applebaum, once Georgia residents but now residing in Nashville, have been members for over 15 years and have … more
On Thursday, Cartersville Medical Center recognized area Emergency Medical Services personnel at the Heart of Service awards luncheon.“This is Cartersville Medical Center’s second year presenting the EMS Heart of Service Awards,” said Jan … more
When voters go to the polls Tuesday, they will select their presidential preference on either the Republican or Democratic ticket.Georgia is one of 11 states hosting primaries on what’s been dubbed Super Tuesday.On the Republican ballot, voters … more
At the annual meeting Tuesday evening, the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority and Main Street Program celebrated the past year’s accomplishments, while looking forward to future endeavors.“The purpose of the annual meeting was to give … more
Katie Kienitz is trying to get a tasty event started at the Cartersville Public Library.The adult services library assistant has planned a Spring Cookie Exchange for Thursday, but so far, she’s had a hard time spreading the word about it.“A lot … more
“Back by popular demand,” comedian Henry Cho will serve up laughs at The Grand Theatre March 5. Promoted on http://thegrandtheatre.org, the downtown Cartersville venue’s website states, Cho “proves that clean comedy is still … more
Encouraging area residents to explore one of the city recreational venues, Cartersville Mayor Matt Santini is looking forward to his annual Mayor Matt’s March Mountain March.With the Cartersville Parks & Recreation staff’s assistance, … more
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