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Multitude of Halloweenevents on tap
While young pirates and princesses prepare to collect candy from their neighbors on Oct. 31, numerous activities across the county are getting under way to indulge any sweet tooth or ghostly appeti...
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A Taste of Cartersville
Photos by SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News
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Library system assesses offerings with survey
To help its staff prioritize resources and outline future services, the Bartow County Library System is conducting a community survey this month. "The purpose of the community survey is to allow li...
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Anheuser-Busch to invest $34 million in Cartersville brewery
Cartersville's Anheuser-Busch brewery will see improvements over the next few years thanks to corporate-wide investments totaling more than $1 billion. Local upgrades in the amount of $34 million i...
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Century Bank CEO recognized by Bankers Association
Rick Drews, CEO of Century Bank of Georgia and CBB Bancorp in Cartersville, was recognized recently by the Community Bankers Association of Georgia (CBA) for his 33 years of service to the communit...
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Booth Western Art Museum sets stage for ninth annual Southeastern Cowboy Festival and Symposium
In its ninth offering, the Booth Western Art Museum's Southeastern Cowboy Festival and Symposium is poised to entertain and educate more than 5,000 visitors. Set for Oct. 20 to 23, the event will c...
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Motorhome fire closes interstate
Saturday afternoon at 3:17 a motorhome traveling northbound on Interstate 75 north of exit 290 caught fire closing all three lanes for an hour and a half. According to the Bartow County Fire Depart...
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Wheelchair bound man falls into lake
A man in a wheelchair fell into Lake Allatoona at Red Top Mountain's Park Marina Saturday afternoon around 3:35. He was reportedly attending a family reunion. According to an eyewitness who spoke w...
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New Frontier hosts 5th annual Teen Summit
On Saturday, New Frontier of Bartow County Inc. hosted its fifth annual Teen Summit at the Georgia Highlands College's Cartersville campus with the theme "Good Is Not Enough." According to Dwayne W...
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BARTOW BIO — Chamber exec. serves business through passion for community
For Joe Frank Harris Jr., president and CEO of the Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce, business is conducted in a jovial manner, all are greeted with a smile and a handshake, and home i...
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Strut Your Pup show to benefit Humane Society
On Saturday, dog lovers can be entertained while giving back to their furry friends at the U.S. Disc Dog World Finals. Along with watching teams from across the globe compete at Dellinger Park, spe...
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Kirk addresses election ballots, polling
Although the Nov. 8 election will be simple for most of the county, voters in Emerson and White may experience a bit of confusion. Bartow County Elections Supervisor Joseph Kirk said residents in t...
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Systems' tobacco policy violations enforced, but 'not an issue'
The Bartow County Board of Education on Monday approved the first reading of a new "24/7" no-tobacco-use policy that prohibits any tobacco use on school grounds after school hours. "Student-wise it...
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Study commission eyes strategic plan for science, technology industry
A delegation of state legislators, government officials and industry leaders converged on Tellus Science Museum on Wednesday morning in the most recent public outreach forum gathering insight and o...
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Homeless by Choice speaker talks to area students
Roy Juarez Jr., 31, is living his dream by being homeless. On Wednesday, voices of students in the Cartersville Middle School gym fell silent as Juarez, now a college graduate of Hardin-Simmons Uni...
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