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Library contends for $1,500 e-book credit
The Bartow County Library System is hoping to boost e-book checkouts during June to win a $1,500 credit toward future e-book purchases. The e-book vendor, OverDrive, offered the challenge and stipu...
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Friends assume new role as fathers of the brides
With the nation currently experiencing the height of wedding season, Euharlee resident Mark Bagnell and his friend of at least 13 years, Keith Hufstetler, are preparing to walk their daughters down...
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Intoxicated man arrested at Ingles
After eating a bag of chips, insulting store staff and refusing to leave the premises, an intoxicated man was arrested at the Ingles on Joe Frank Harris Parkway Thursday night. When a Bartow County...
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With rising active shooter events, training increasingly important
Kennesaw and Cumming. Portland, Ore. Las Vegas. In less than two months, four different incidents spring to mind where gunmen bent on killing emerged. With the number of active shooter events incre...
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Cartersville radio stations clean up at GABBY Awards
Together AM 1270 WYXC and WBHF AM 1450 took home eight Georgia Association of Broadcaster awards, also known as the GABBY Awards. WYXC won three awards in the mid-market category: best short form f...
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BHM Lunch & Learn program highlights Martha Mulinix
Known for her historic preservation efforts with the Kingston Woman’s History Club, the late Martha Mulinix’s life will be the focus of Wednesday’s Lunch & Learn program at the Bartow History Museu...
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Third annual Bartow MAGIC Camp begins Monday
Twenty young ladies, clad in pink hard hats, orange safety vests and leather tool belts, will begin Mentoring a Girl in Construction Camp — or MAGIC Camp — on Monday, June 16. The summer day progra...
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Find last minute Father’s Day gifts locally
When time is of the essence, shopping close to home has its benefits. In the Cartersville-Bartow area there are many options for finding a last minute Father’s Day gift. Fathers who are more advent...
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Cartersville speaker stirs emotions at CTC’s 50th graduation anniversary
Chattahoochee Technical College’s commencement ceremony on June 3 marked the institution’s 50th year of conferring degrees, diplomas and certificates. In 1964, the Marietta-Cobb Area Vocational Tec...
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‘Wipeout’ kicks off Grand’s Summer Music Theatre Camps production schedule
In her second year directing one of The Grand Theatre’s Summer Music Theatre Camps, Kaye Compton is cherishing the opportunity to help young thespians develop their acting skills. Along with her fe...
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14-year-old driver involved in hit-and-run accident
A 14-year-old was arrested Tuesday night when she struck another vehicle and fled the scene while driving under the influence of marijuana. Several men and women were standing around a Ford Explore...
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Cartersville Water Dept. eyes long-term repairs
When Cartersville Water Department Director Bob Jones dropped an $80 million price tag on various repairs and maintenance his department requires at a June 5 city council meeting, he emphasized the...
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Taylor paves way to future growth
Anticipating future growth in Bartow County, Commissioner Steve Taylor approved $17 million in tax exempt revenue bonds for the planned expansion of VISTA Metals in Adairsville and approved a memor...
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@White=[C] Cartersville speaker stirs emotions at CTC's 50th graduation anniversary
@White=[C] Chattahoochee Technical College’s commencement ceremony on June 3 marked the institution’s 50th year of conferring degrees, diplomas and certificates. In 1964, the Marietta-Cobb Area Voc...
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@White=[C] 'Wipeout' kicks off Grand's Summer Music Theatre Camps production schedule
@White=[C] In her second year directing one of The Grand Theatre’s Summer Music Theatre Camps, Kaye Compton is cherishing the opportunity to help young thespians develop their acting skills. Along ...
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