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Master Plan 2024 approved by Cartersville council
By Neil B. McGahee neil.mcgahee@daily-tribune.com The Cartersville City Council gave its blessing to the city’s Downtown Master Plan 2024, a plan developed by the Downtown Development Authority to ...
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Guilty verdict, life sentence handed down in murder trial
By Jessica Loeding jessica.loeding@daily-tribune.com A jury Thursday evening returned a verdict on eight counts in the murder trial of Herbert Drews. Deliberations began before 3 p.m. for the jury ...
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Kindergarten and pre-K students celebrate Thanksgiving
By Mark Andrews mark.andrews@daily-tribune.com Students across Bartow County and Cartersville are out of school this week for the Thanksgiving holiday, but on Friday, Nov. 22, younger students enjo...
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Liberty Mutual celebrates bus drivers
By Mark Andrews mark.andrews@daily-tribune.com Bartow County School System employees this past week were able to blow off a little steam while getting ready for the Thanksgiving holiday through an ...
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Georgia DNR offering electronic hunting courses
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Division is offering online and electronic courses to provide a broader opportunity for anyone seeking to fulfill their hunter education require...
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SCMS band preparing for upcoming performances
By Mark Andrews mark.andrews@daily-tribune.com South Central Middle School’s honor band next month will head to Athens to perform at the University of Georgia Middle School Band Festival with about...
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@White=[C] Hanukkah coincides with Thanksgiving Thursday
@White=[C] With Thanksgiving falling on the first day of Hanukkah, Jewish families in Bartow County are busy preparing for these converging holidays. “It’s a lot of fun,” said Randi Sonenshine, who...
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Hundreds fed at community event
By Cheree Dye Staff Writer The New Frontier of Bartow County estimated it served 1,500 people on Saturday at the 13th annual Feed the Community Dinner. Held at the Cartersville Civic Center from 11...
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Mount Zion Missionary Baptist to recognize public safety personnel
By Marie Nesmith marie.nesmith@daily-tribune.com To pay tribute to the contributions made by public safety personnel, Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church will hold its annual Law Enforcement and F...
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House Education Committee chair speaks at Career Academy
By Mark Andrews mark.andrews@daily-tribune.com On Thursday, more than 100 community members arrived at the Bartow County College and Career Academy to hear from State Rep. Brooks Coleman, R-Duluth,...
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Thompson faces Cherokee voters' questions
By Jason Lowrey jason.lowrey@daily-tribune.com When Cherokee County voters arrived at a community center on Bells Ferry Road in Canton Wednesday night, they were expecting a debate between Senate D...
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Man kicks in bedroom door, attempts to stop deputy
Staff Report After allegedly kicking in his girlfriend’s bedroom door, a man tried to keep a Bartow County Sheriff’s Office deputy out of his home early Friday morning. According to the incident re...
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Bartow school audits show no findings, budget on track
The Bartow County School System recently completed its audits for individual schools which showed no findings, says Director of Finance Megan Brown. As system auditors examine finances through Dece...
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JDA approves $38 million bonds for Toyo warehouse
By Jason Lowrey jason.lowrey@daily-tribune.com Investments continue at the Toyo Tires plant with the approval of $38 million in bonds to finance expansion of the site’s warehousing capabilities. Du...
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Rogers proud of 'positive influence' on law enforcement
By Mark Andrews mark.andrews@daily-tribune.com With more than 2,000 law enforcement training hours since 1993 and having experience in law enforcement as a dispatcher, jail deputy, patrol officer, ...
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