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Deal recognizes Cartersville scholarship winners
Gov. Nathan Deal paid a visit to Cartersville Middle School on Wednesday to recognize nine high school and middle school students that earned Georgia’s REACH scholarships, a needs-based scholarship...
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Resources available for leaf-watching season
With Autumn starting to take shape, Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites is providing an online travel planner to help sightseers track the state’s changing leaf color. Beginning Oct. 1, Leaf Watch...
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GDOL to host career expo Oct. 2
In an event with more than 25 employers expected to take part, the Georgia Department of Labor is hosting a career exposition Thursday, Oct. 2, at the Clarence Brown Conference Center. The expo is ...
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Carter receives GSFA President's Award
Bartow County fire service personnel this past weekend took home state honors from the 2014 Georgia Fire Service Conference in Macon. Although officials announced two honors — Cartersville Fire Dep...
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Euharlee seeks public works director
In a called work session, the Euharlee City Council began interviewing four candidates for the city’s Public Works director position. The new hire will replace former director LeeRoy Shepherd who t...
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James R. (Jim) McDonnold
James R. (Jim) McDonnold, 92, of Cartersville, passed away Sunday, Sept. 21. Mr. McDonnold was born July 14, 1922, in Fulton County, the son of the late Charles Alex and Jessie Mae (Archer) McDonno...
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Mary Elizabeth Cook
Mary Elizabeth Cook, 95, of Canton, formerly of Cartersville, passed away Sunday, Sept. 21. Mrs. Cook was born Nov. 11, 1918, in Bartow County, the daughter of the late Walter and Sara Frances (Gil...
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Volunteers prepare for Great Lake Allatoona Cleanup
For the 29th year, Great Lake Allatoona Cleanup organizers are rallying volunteers to take to the water and clean up Lake Allatoona. Scheduled to begin Saturday at 9 a.m. and run until noon, GLAC v...
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Waterhouse strives for Toyo success, expansion
As human resources director for Toyo Tire, Don Waterhouse is a busy man. Since coming to Bartow County in 2004, the company has seen four expansions at its White facility. The most recent expansion...
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Hospitality Hero, People's Choice awards presented during Arts Festival at Rose Lawn
The Cartersville-Bartow County Convention & Visitors Bureau honored five community leaders Saturday for their allied community support. In addition to the 10th annual Hospitality Hero Awards, the C...
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Juried artist winners chosen at 39th annual Arts Festival at Rose Lawn Saturday
Seven artists were selected as winners from a field of 157 vendors at the 39th annual Arts Festival at Rose Lawn on Saturday in Cartersville. A total purse of $1,000 was awarded. Serving as judges ...
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Taylorsville, Adairsville elementary among state Reward Schools
When the state Department of Education this week released the 2014 Reward Schools, Bartow County added a new school and returned another. The list — designated as part of Georgia’s waiver from the ...
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Bartow serves as job exporter to other communities
According to data from 2011, Bartow County exports more workers to other areas than those who live and work in the county. The data, available on the U.S. Census Bureau’s OnTheMap application, show...
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Museum Day Live! offers complimentary admission
Referred to by the Booth Western Art Museum as a “visual feast,” the “Western American Art South of the Sweet Tea Line IV” spans 150 years of art history and highlights a broad range of medium, inc...
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Heroin High: Crackdown on painkillers drives drug's popularity
Inject it. Snort it. Smoke it. Regardless of the method, heroin is in high demand. Synthesized from morphine, heroin is an opioid that appears as a white or light brown powder, or a black sticky su...
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