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Burn ban takes effect May 1
With only a few days left to burn yard waste before the summer-long burn ban is imposed, authorities expect a higher-than-usual number of burns this weekend but if all regulations are followed, not...
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Fire Muster Competition
Photos by SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News
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AIDS Alliance seeks walkers for benefit May 12
By Marie Nesmith marie.nesmith@daily-tribune.com By 'painting the town red' on May 12, the AIDS Alliance of Northwest Georgia's fourth annual AIDS Walk Cartersville will highlight the importance of...
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BARTOW BIO — The Grand Theatre's Terri Cox helps inspire young thespians
For Terri Cox, fostering the artistic talents of Bartow's youth has turned into an ongoing pursuit. As the program director for The Grand Theatre, the Cartersville resident helps develop and operat...
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Cartersville cattleman becomes 50th recipient of Farm Family award
Along with carving out a comfortable living for him and his late wife, Genney, Cliff Martin's success in the cattle business also has garnered the respect of his peers. Known to many in the Sugar V...
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BARTOW BLOTTER — 4.22
The following information -- names, photos, addresses, charges and other details -- was taken directly from Bartow County Sheriff's Office jail records. Not every arrest leads to a conviction, and ...
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Fatality found on I-75
The Bartow County Sheriff's Office discovered a body about 1:35 a.m. Saturday on the shoulder of Interstate 75 northbound. According to Georgia State Patrol Public Information Officer Gordy Wright,...
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Behind the numbers: Economy, population factors in crime rate
* Editor's note: This is the second in a three-part series looking at a decade of crime in Bartow County. More people and less money: Those two factors lie at the center of what drove up Bartow Cou...
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Red Top recreates the homestead life
Children and adults experienced firsthand the life of 1860s at Red Top Mountain State Park's Spring Time at the Homestead, Saturday afternoon. "This is more of a living history, of what it would ha...
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Civil War Comes Alive! returns to Cartersville April 28
Inspiring people of all ages to reach their lifelong goals, Homer Sewell III never tires of portraying Abraham Lincoln. In the past 36 years, the former Cartersville resident has brought the 16th U...
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Home Depot donates garden, flagpole to Good Shepherd
Home Depot employees used their Thursday morning off to help Good Shepherd Foundation employees, workers and volunteers plant a garden. Team Depot, a community outreach program created by the compa...
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Legal community gives back through Food Frenzy
Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens was on hand Friday for the Bartow County Bar Association meeting to help raise awareness for an upcoming food drive hosted by members of the legal community state...
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Local rep says drug testing for welfare constitutional
Gov. Nathan Deal on Monday signed into law a bill that will require citizens seeking welfare to pass a drug test before receiving benefits. While similar laws have been struck down in other states ...
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Students take roles in community on Civic Youth Day
High school students from Bartow County, Cartersville and Excel Christian Academy on Thursday took an active role exploring future career options during the 56th annual Civic Youth Day, sponsored i...
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ATR takes home state manufacturer of the year award
Cartersville-based Applied Thermoplastic Resources was named Thursday as the Georgia Small Manufacturer of the Year. Laying claim to one of only three Manufacturer of the Year Awards handed out by ...
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