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Bartow schools approve meetings calendar
The Bartow County Board of Education on Monday voted 4-1 to approve it’s 2014 meetings calendar, which calls for work sessions to be held prior to business meetings each third Monday of the month. ...
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After 30 years, McCann imparts perspicacity as CPD second-in-command
It’s easy to imagine Frank McCann in his days as an undercover agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration. The 30-year law enforcement veteran gives little away through his words or demeanor. T...
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Georgia universities could see tobacco ban
The University System of Georgia’s Board of Regents next month is expected to hold a preliminary committee vote on a system-wide campus tobacco ban. Dana Davis, director of college relations for Ge...
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Cartersville resident appointed Chinese Agape Foundation CEO
As the CEO of the Chinese Agape Foundation, Cartersville resident Mike Gifford is helping enhance the lives of underprivileged children more than 7,000 air miles across the globe. Along with assist...
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Storm damages homes and power
Saturday morning a major storm moved through parts of Bartow County leaving approximately 1,000 residents without power. The severe thunderstorm warning escalated to a tornado warning as hail, 1 in...
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Chamber kicks off 125th year with annual dinner
For its 125th anniversary, the Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce kicked off a yearlong celebration Saturday at Tellus Science Museum in a more low-key fashion than 2013. In place of vi...
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Business Advisory Council updated on OSHA
For its first meeting of 2014, the Georgia Highlands College Business Advisory Council heard a presentation on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s top citations over the previous ye...
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Superior court convenes Monday
Staff Report Bartow County Superior Court will convene Monday in the courtrooms of Judges Scott Smith and Carey Nelson. According to a release from Cherokee Judicial Circuit District Attorney Rosem...
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Man robbed at Pilot Travel Center
On Thursday, Jan. 9, about 10:53 a.m., a Bartow County Sheriff’s Office deputy was dispatched to the Pilot Travel Center on Cass White Road in reference to a theft report totaling $6,600 in money a...
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New book inspires Christians to 'step up'
Acworth resident Sara Hines Martin says her most recent book, “Stepping Up to Spiritual Maturity: The Stages of Faith Development,” aims to inspire Christians to examine and improve their lives. “T...
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Joe Cowan Park tops Euharlee URA projects
For 2013, the lion’s share of Euharlee’s Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax dollars went toward paying on the city’s Urban Redevelopment Area bonds. As reported in the city’s 2013 report on pro...
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Euharlee Elementary leads Keep Bartow Beautiful School Recycling Contest
With the competition wrapping up March 31, the Keep Bartow Beautiful School Recycling Contest is releasing its participants’ totals as of December 2013. The latest talley shows Euharlee Elementary ...
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Chamber hosts motivational Adairsville breakfast
To kick off 2014, the Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce and Adairsville Council hosted motivational speaker Steve Dennis, who encouraged guests to learn from perceived failures and app...
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Cartersville High to get new track
Following this year’s season at Cartersville High School, the track team will hit the ground running on a new track by Connor Sports. The Cartersville Board of Education will vote to approve the $3...
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CSL presents 'Dancin' Through the Decades' Feb. 1
In preparation for its upcoming Ways and Means Dance, the Cartersville Service League invites the community to reacquaint themselves with their favorite dancing attire to support the children of Ba...
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