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Tellus to host Lunch and Learn with astronaut
Astronaut Shane Kimbrough will make a visit to Tellus Science Museum on Monday, April 15, for a Lunch and Learn event open to the public beginning at 12:15 p.m. A graduate of West Point and the Geo...
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Barr visits Cartersville on congressional campaign
After announcing his candidacy last week, former Congressman Bob Barr made his first campaign visit to Cartersville Wednesday for his bid to return to Washington, D.C., as Congressman Phil Gingrey ...
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Preacher charged with child molestation
Months after a complaint was filed with Cartersville Police Department, officers Tuesday arrested a local minister on child molestation charges. On Dec. 15 a Cartersville officer was contacted by a...
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Alternative Spring Breakers plant seeds of service
Beginning Monday, eight Cartersville High School students opted to delay the spring break traditions of hitting the beach or sleeping late in order to volunteer their time at the Flowering Branch C...
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AIDS Walk Cartersville stresses education, prevention
Encouraging the community to “paint the town red for AIDS education,” the AIDS Alliance of Northwest Georgia is seeking participants for its annual AIDS Walk Cartersville. “We have a real focus on ...
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First downtown car show set for Saturday
Hundreds of classic cars are set to line the streets of downtown Cartersville this weekend as the Tom Clayton Memorial Car Cruize makes its 2013 debut. This year, however, the regular downtown car ...
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Woman threatened with knife after hanging curtain
On Saturday, March 30, at approximately 9:46 p.m., a Cartersville Police Department officer was dispatched to a Roosevelt Street residence in reference to a death threat. According to the officer’s...
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Chatt Tech event to address child abuse and exploitation
On Friday, April 19, Chattahoochee Technical College’s North Metro Campus in Acworth will present its Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation information program. Presented by the Center for Service Le...
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Threats and DUI lead to firefighter’s arrest
A Bartow County Fire Department employee on Sunday night was arrested after showing up at the department to confront another firefighter. About 8:30 p.m., a BCFD firefighter at station 1 on Highway...
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Kingston council tackles housekeeping
Kingston City Council tackled a long list of housekeeping chores at its Monday night work session. John Sweitzer, president of Sweitzer Engineering in Acworth, updated the council on work at the Da...
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After 30 years, Cox closes career as DNR ranger
Patrolling the forests and waterways in Bartow County since 1989, Chip Cox will retire from his career with the Department of Natural Resources next month. “After graduating from Abraham Baldwin Co...
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St. Francis of Assisi presents Live Stations of the Cross
“Were you there when they crucified my Lord? Were you there when they crucified my Lord? Oh ... Sometimes it causes me to tremble, tremble, tremble. Were you there when they crucified my Lord? Were...
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Sly burglar swipes woman's $100 bill at Fred's
A Bartow County Sheriff’s Office deputy was dispatched to Fred’s, located at 264 Nelson St., in reference to a robbery that occurred inside the store on Thursday. The deputy met with the victim who...
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Euharlee Police Department hosts Easter egg hunt
On Saturday, children filled with anticipation as Euharlee Police Chief Terry Harget counted down the last 10 seconds until 11 a.m., when the Euharlee Easter Egg Hunt, at Frankie Harris Park, offic...
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GHC to host NWGA Management Conference
At the end of April, Georgia Highlands College’s Cartersville campus will host the first Northwest Georgia Management Conference, titled “Learn and Lead — Managing People Through Change.” The event...
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