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No school foods safe under law
Big changes could be on the way for local schools in terms of nutrition, but this time the government will be looking outside of the lunchroom. “What they’re proposing now is an open discussion app...
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Foulk works to serve, improve Euharlee
For Kathy Foulk, being Euharlee’s mayor for the past eight years has been an opportunity to serve, and improve, the community. “I have always had a strong sense of community involvement. I felt as ...
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Advocates for Children to celebrate 20 years of Every Child's a Star
Advocates for Children is announcing the 20th anniversary of its Every Child’s a Star fundraiser. The stars are now polishing their acts for the Friday, Feb. 15, performance at 7:30 p.m. at the Woo...
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Volunteer chaplains answer a higher call through work with officers, inmates
In a barren room at the Bartow County Jail, Wesley Morris folds his tall frame into a low blue chair. On the table in front of him rests the Bible. Morris sits in the small room used for attorney-i...
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Flapjack fundraiser helps scout become Eagle
Woodland High School student Cody Cunnea served flapjacks to the community on Saturday, Feb. 9, at Applebee’s in Cartersville, to raise money for his Eagle Scout community service project. “This ev...
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Two arrested in connection with January's delivery driver robbery
According to Bartow County Sheriff Clark Millsap, two people were arrested in connection with the Wednesday, Jan. 30, robbery and beating of a restaurant delivery driver. A City Wings employee was ...
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Lupus Symposium aims to reach broad spectrum
With a disease as mysterious as lupus, patients and caregivers — even doctors and pharmacists — can often be left in the dark on how to recognize and treat its symptoms. The Living with Lupus Sympo...
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The following information — names
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 a ...
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Major changes coming to state's automotive tax
On March 1, any vehicles purchased in Georgia, whether through a dealer or casual transaction, will be subject to a 6.5 percent title ad valorem tax. The sales tax and annual ad valorem tax payment...
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New barbershop offers traditional service
Continuing a long tradition of local barbershop services, Jonette Roberson began Cartersville Barbershop in December with partners Apryl Cole and Verna White. Local customers were again filling the...
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County sees low animal euthanasia rate
As the Etowah Valley Humane Society prepares for its annual Casino Night this month, it also is reporting a low euthanasia rate for Bartow County. “The euthanasia rate is a Bartow County Animal Con...
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White approves raise for city employees
City of White employees will be getting a 5 percent raise this year, as approved by the city council during its Feb. 4 meeting. City Manager Jane Richards said the raise was built into the 2013 bud...
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Etowah Jazz Society concert brings sounds of love to Grand Theatre
Love notes of a musical variety will fill The Grand Theatre on Thursday. Performing its third annual Valentine’s Day concert, the Etowah Jazz Society, comprised of 17 volunteer musicians, will take...
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Jail deputy arrested, fired for alleged drug use
Well, that didn’t last long. A 20-year-old Bartow County Sheriff’s Office employee of just a few months was fired this week after allegedly using drugs. Bartow-Cartersville Drug Task Force Commande...
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City schools to maintain tuition rate
The Cartersville City Board of Education on Thursday held its regular work session, during which it discussed the agenda for Monday’s regular business session, which included a proposal to maintain...
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