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On Aug. 6, the Bartow History Museum will encourage patrons do “dig into history” through its Baked Goods and Backyard Farms event. “I believe this is our seventh year [of holding] our bake sale fundraiser,” said BHM Director Trey Gaines. … more
With The Pettit Preserve’s third annual golf tournament around the corner, the venue’s supporters are busy organizing their largest fundraiser of the year. “The golf tournament started in 2013 when we were looking for an event that would be … more
The Cass High School community lost one of its own Thursday afternoon. Christian Scrutchins, a rising junior football player and track athlete, drowned in Allatoona Lake while swimming with friends. BCFD began the process of recovery. … more
JEFF GAMMONS/THE DAILY TRIBUNE NEWSOlive Waits, a probation officer in Cartersville, donates blood for her 75th time at a blood drive held Tuesday at the Cartersville Civic Center, 435 W. Main St. Despite Waits' efforts, our community is still … more
To help equip its shelter residents for the quickly approaching school year, Advocates for Children is enlisting the community’s help for gift card donations. The contributions will enable 12 youth — residing at the nonprofit’s Flowering … more
From fruit trees to oats, the sixth offering in the 2016 Bartow Lawn & Garden Seminar series will provide examples on the flora needed to attract fauna to one’s landscape. Presented by Bartow County Master Gardener Rolland Stokes, the … more
With classes starting back Wednesday for Bartow County and Cartersville students, parents who haven’t already bought school clothes and supplies may want to go shopping this weekend. Georgia’s back-to-school sales tax holiday is Saturday and … more
A policy change will enable more Cartersville High students to earn “honor graduate with distinction” status at graduation. The revision of the Cartersville School Board Policy IHC-Honor Graduates and Honor Graduates with Distinction will … 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
Planning to underscore the importance of America’s court system, Lester Tate is looking forward to serving as the keynote speaker for the Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce’s Quarterly Luncheon Monday. “I’ve been practicing … more
Asa Candler’s ties to Cartersville will take center stage tonight during the Bartow History Museum’s Evening Lecture series. Presented by local historian Joe Head, the offering about The Coca-Cola Co. founder will begin at 7 p.m. at the downtown … more
After discovering the problems college students are having nationwide with food and housing insecurities, Georgia Highlands College decided to do what it could to combat the problem for its own students. After a recent study by the Wisconsin HOPE … more
Due to unanticipated utility revenues, the Adairsville City Council voted Thursday, July 21 to reduce the city millage rate from 3.63 mills to 3.4 mills. Madison said the millage information must be advertised by July 30. The council approved … more
Brandon Bryson overcame an early deficit to win Tuesday’s runoff election for Chief Magistrate Judge. Early returns showed Bryson trailing Bobby Wilson, but he soon passed Wilson and never looked back, winning 65 percent of the vote (2,666) … more
When Bartow County’s 13,000-plus students head back to class Aug. 3, they’ll begin a new year that will include less standardized testing, a new program to improve behavior at some schools and laptops for all fourth- through … more
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