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Cartersville Shriner helps mark 70th anniversary of World's Largest Shrine Circus and Carnival
With the World's Largest Shrine Circus and Midway Carnival opening this week, Cartersville resident Larry Cline and his fellow Shriners have been hard at work preparing for the offerings' 70th anni...
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Primitive arts on display all weekend
Flint knappers, fletchers and survivalists will be on hand this weekend to share the secrets of their trade with interested guests. Beginning today with a preview day for visitors as vendors set up...
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Cartersville man dies in head-on crash in Acworth
One man was killed in a head-on collision on U.S. Highway 41 at Dallas-Acworth Highway about 11:45 p.m. Tuesday. Cobb County Police Department's Selective Traffic Enforcement Program Unit investiga...
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GateKey signing calls for accountability
Parents, teachers and members of the community on Tuesday celebrated the first step in the path to college for 10 Cartersville Middle School students during the annual GateKey scholarship signing c...
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Freedom Award nominees include Bartow County Schools, Adairsville High
Members of the National Guard and Reserve get the opportunity each year to recognize employers who go the extra mile. In this year's nomination process, both the Bartow County School System and Ada...
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Tellus' programming to highlight celestial wonders
With National Astronomy Day and a Hubble Space Telescope exhibit on the horizon, Tellus Science Museum invites patrons to look toward the heavens for inspiration. National Astronomy Day In honor of...
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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
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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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