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Wounded Warrior ride Saturday at Cass High
On Saturday at Cass High School, the Wounded Warrior Soldier Ride program will offer an opportunity for those who have been injured serving their country to come together for a day of fresh air, ca...
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Bell seeks to bring fresh ideas to state superintendent office
With the May 20 primary a month away, campaigns in all races are heating up. In the state school superintendent Republican primary, Ashley Bell believes he is at the front of the race. “Well, I’ll ...
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Heroin found in traffic stop
On Friday at 8:50 a.m., a Cartersville police officer patrolling the area of North Erwin Street and Main Street, stopped a white 2004 Cadillac Escalade for a routine traffic stop. Immediately, the ...
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Civil War Comes Alive! returns May 3
As a member of the Cartersville-based 12th Georgia Light Artillery, Ricky Matthews is looking foward to feeling the ground vibrate during the cannon firing demonstration at the Civil War Comes Aliv...
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Atlanta Steeplechase brings visitors, festivities to Bartow
One Saturday every year during April, Kingston Downs comes to life with the excitement of horse racing, seersucker fashions and head-turning hats. The 49th Atlanta Steeplechase was held Saturday wi...
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GateKey awards 18 scholarships
For Cartersville Middle School sixth-grader Destiny Nesbitt, words were scarce on Friday when she was awarded a GateKey Scholarship through the Cartersville Schools Foundation. “It feels great. It’...
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Voting registration deadline approaching
For Georgians who wish to take part in the May 20 primary, but are not registered to vote, the deadline is approaching. Those looking to cast a ballot in the primary must be registered to vote by M...
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CSL distributes $48K to charities
Through the public’s support, the Cartersville Service League recently dispersed $48,069 among 14 organizations. “We are so fortunate to be a part of such a generous/giving community,” CSL Project ...
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CMC offers robotic surgery
Inside the sterile confines of operating room No. 8 at the Cartersville Medical Center, a beast lurks. Three slender metal arms wrapped in protective plastic protrude from Da Vinci 5, a surgical ro...
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Local graduate becomes pro gamer
For 23-year-old John Salter, a 2009 graduate of Cass High School and Kennesaw State University graduate, playing video games has become much more than a hobby. Recently, Salter became a professiona...
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Donation highlights testicular cancer awareness
The girls of Girl Scout Troop 12133 offer words of encouragement to 30-year-old Stephen Zaring: “Good luck.” “God bless.” “I love you.” Zaring was diagnosed in January with stage III testicular can...
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Selfie Photo Scavenger Hunt begins April 25
By placing a new twist on a classic contest, the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority is inviting people to explore the historical and retail aspects of Bartow’s county seat. From April 25 t...
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Cartersville council goes Mellow, sides with restaurant
In a sometime tense dialogue at the Cartersville City Council’s meeting, past met future and future won. The Cartersville Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) had ruled at its April 15 meeting th...
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Items stolen from unlocked vehicles
The Cartersville Police Department reported numerous car break-ins from Wednesday, April 16, in the Thornwood subdivision off Grassdale Road and at Rosewood Apartments. • On Wednesday, April 16, ab...
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Wilhoite sworn in as assistant district attorney
The Cherokee Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office this week gained its newest assistant district attorney. Superior Court Judge Scott Smith swore in Emma Page Wilhoite on Monday afternoon be...
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