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Cartersville family grows in faith and number
This Christmas, like all others, will be remembered by each family for many different reasons but this year will be remembered by one local family as a season of growth. Following the long process ...
Dec 26, 2011 | 0 0 comments | 19 19 recommendations | email to a friend
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Tornado response, 'Three Stooges' top human interest stories of 2011
From the arrival of "The Three Stooges" movie production to the community's display of generosity following the April tornadoes, 2011 presented Bartow residents and organizations with a bevy of mem...
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Vulcan to layoff 200 companywide
Vulcan Materials Company recently announced that it is consolidating its eight divisions into four operating regions as part of ongoing efforts to reduce overhead costs and increase operating effic...
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CVB tallies economic impact of Clarence Brown Conference Center
With The Singing Cookes in Concert marking the venue's last public event for 2011, the Cartersville-Bartow County Convention & Visitors Bureau is starting to size up the Clarence Brown Conference C...
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No white Christmas, mild winter ahead
Although Thursday marked the first day of winter, the National Weather Service reported Bartow seeing a record high near 71 degrees -- the first time the temperature has reached 70 degrees since 18...
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Kennesaw Transportation continues bonus tradition
A check for $120,000 was presented to Kennesaw Transportation employees at the company's annual Christmas luncheon held Thursday. Safety and longevity were rewarded Thursday with plaques, certifica...
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Weather advisory
The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook for the area as well as a tornado watch effective until 11 p.m. The service predicts scattered and severe thunderstorms through m...
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Noble Hill celebrates Kwanzaa with feast Dec. 30
As the curator for the Noble Hill-Wheeler Memorial Center, Marian Coleman is looking forward to sharing the principles of Kwanzaa with the Bartow community. Created in 1966 by Maulana Karenga, Kwan...
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Park manager eyes goals for 2012, local sites
In his largest assignment to date, Daniel Hill is embracing his role as the park manager for Red Top Mountain State Park, Etowah Indian Mounds Historic Site, Allatoona Pass Battlefield and Pickett'...
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Martin's receives national honors
At a national convention in Baltimore, Md., Cartersville-based Martin's Wrecker Service was named to two top honors by American Towman. The entity behind American Towman Magazine and American Towma...
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Schulmans strengthen family ties during the holidays
For 2-year-old Lucy Schulman, every day is full of endless discoveries. To her delight, since her household is celebrating both Christmas and Hanukkah, the Cartersville toddler is being introduced ...
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Euharlee library to see knitting programs
Beginning in January, the Emmie Nelson Public Library in Euharlee will be adding knitting and crocheting to its list of regular activities. "Basically, the idea is to encourage a love for the fiber...
Dec 20, 2011 | 0 0 comments | 12 12 recommendations | email to a friend
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Cartersville Rotary helps provide Christmas to children in need
A group of local business leaders presented a Christmas gift Monday to area children shelters. Cartersville Rotary members amassed $1,466 worth of new clothing in the form of pajamas, gloves, hats,...
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Shop With A Cop spreads spirit of the holidays
The chatter of children laughing and talking filled Emerson City Hall on Saturday morning as Santa made his rounds through a room crowded with families and members of the law enforcement community....
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Letters to Santa deadline Wednesday
Ho! Ho! Ho! Santa's arrival is expected soon and The Daily Tribune News is accepting letters to Old St. Nick through Wednesday, Dec. 21, at 5 p.m. Letters will appear in the holiday section on Frid...
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