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Kingston wraps up year with no-shows
The Kingston City Council met Monday for their final regular meeting of 2011. Outgoing elected officials Mayor Dexter Jones and Councilman Billy Sanders were no-shows for the December meeting. Thre...
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Steps of Faith celebrates meaning of Christmas
For Tonya Veitch, the Steps of Faith Dance Company's production of "The Nativity" will be an opportunity to reflect on the true meaning of Christmas. Along with being the Cartersville ballet studio...
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Cartersville school board recognizes teachers and students
More than 20 Cartersville teachers and educators were recognized Monday night for receiving Classroom Excellence Mini-Grants for the 2011-2012 school year. The Cartersville Schools Foundation spons...
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Emerson expands city limits with annexation
Almost 750 acres came into Emerson's city limits Monday night after the council approved an annexation and rezoning application from Paga Mine Properties. The 747.24 acres will become part of the c...
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Bartow school board member retires
Bartow County Board of Education member Larry Parker, who presides over Ward 5, announced his retirement effective Dec. 31 during Monday's Bartow County Board of Education meeting. Parker would hav...
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Sheriff reveals clay recreation in human remains case
In a case straight out of a TV show, Bartow County Sheriff's Office investigators are seeking the public's help in identifying a homicide victim. Using clay recreation, a Georgia Bureau of Investig...
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Cartersville artist's dreams take shape
Since August 2010, Benjamin Curtis Jones has made significant strides in taking his artistic pursuits to the next level. Along with obtaining representation from the ArtInsights Animation & Film Ar...
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Health department issues food inspection report
The following food service inspections were issued by the Bartow County Health Department from Nov. 20 to Dec. 3: * Countryside Café, 30 Road No. 2 S. in Cartersville, inspected Nov. 22, 90/A; * La...
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Light displays takes shape throughout the county
With Christmas two weeks away, festive lights are continuing to illuminate Bartow County's landscape. For Lloyd Williamson III, the holidays are the perfect time to develop cherished family memorie...
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BARTOW BIO — World renown photojournalist Neil McGahee calls Bartow home
Today, at home near Cassville, Neil McGahee looks forward to long hunts and quiet trout streams, a far cry from the profession he has excelled in -- capturing images of war-torn battlefields and fo...
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Cowboy Santa delights kids at Booth
Children gathered together Saturday at the Booth Western Art Museum to enjoy breakfast and have their pictures taken with Santa -- dressed in his best cowboy outfit. Along with his traditional red ...
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AES grants widespread
While Bartow County teachers for years have been applying for grants through the Bartow County Education Foundation to supplement their curriculum, Adairsville Elementary School Principal Melissa Z...
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Christmas cheer is spread through giving
The spirit of Christmas and holiday mirth will be on display across Bartow County in the coming weeks as members of the community reach out to those in need. An economy struggling to regain momentu...
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Adairsville accepts K-9 unit donation
The Adairsville City Council voted Thursday to accept a K-9 unit offered to the city at no charge. A three-year-old, male German Shepherd named Dagger has been added to the force, donated by David ...
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EVHS works toward becoming more self-sustaining
As the new year approaches, Etowah Valley Humane Society Director Bryan Canty is striving to help his Cartersville nonprofit become more self-sufficient. With the goal in reach, he is encouraging t...
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