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Katie L. Smith
Mrs. Katie L. Smith, 81, of Cartersville died Thursday, Dec. 15, 2011, at Townsend Park Health and Rehab. A native of Bartow County, born May 12, 1930, she was the daughter of the late Henry Frankl...
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Quest Global invests in team development
"An educated employee is a better employee." That's the philosophy of Jason Dickerson, executive vice president of Cartersville-based trucking company Quest Global. This spring, Quest Global initia...
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Kingston family moving on after fire
"It's just overwhelming at how wonderful and blessed I am," Susan Kimbell said through tears Thursday after losing her Kingston home in a fire Monday night. Kimbell was one of two victims to blazes...
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Registration under way for The Grand Theatre's acting classes
In the new year, students in grades two through 12 will be able to learn the ins-and-outs of the stage, courtesy of The Grand Theatre. Starting Jan. 3, the Cartersville venue will offer Kids Onstag...
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Home Defense: Simple measures could prevent burglary
Clicks and snaps may cause someone to think their doors and windows are locked, but how can anyone be sure? As a recent study conducted by The Daily Tribune News shows, burglaries are on the rise i...
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Arco employees continue Christmas traditions of cookies and cards
As businesses cut back on Christmas parties, one Cartersville company continues a long tradition of creative holiday celebrations. Arco Ideas and Design have created promotional material for area b...
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One-car crash closes Hwy 20
A single-vehicle accident Wednesday left both lanes of Highway 20 closed. According to Bartow County Fire Department, the female driver of a passenger car traveling west around noon said she swerve...
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Tuesday's Dinner for Diapers to benefit Women's Resource Center
To help the Bartow County Women's Resource Center meet the needs of its clients, the Governor's House is hosting its second annual Dinner for Diapers benefit on Tuesday. Set for 6 to 9 p.m., the ev...
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Joint Development Authority receives Highland 75 update
It's no surprise that selling real estate has proven problematic in today's troubled economy, but further insight on progress at Highland 75 was given at Tuesday's meeting of the Cartersville-Barto...
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United Way of Bartow County meets campaign goal of $475,000
As the sign in front of Cartersville's Wells Fargo on East Main Street displays, the United Way of Bartow County has reached its campaign goal of $475,000. With Bartow experiencing a stubbornly slu...
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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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