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The Daily Tribune News takes a look at county's 15 percent increase in burglaries
As residents begin holiday shopping and gifts accumulate under the tree, local authorities are urging homeowners and neighbors to be vigilant in light of a rise in break-ins in unincorporated porti...
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CMC accountant extends thanks during osteosarcoma battle
Looking forward to being surrounded by her family on Thanksgiving, Mindy Houston is counting her blessings as the holiday season approaches. At 30, the Kingston resident is undergoing chemotherapy ...
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Keep pets healthy and safe this holiday season
During the holidays, homes fill with friends and family, often including children of the human, as well as feline and canine variety. Kellie Littrell, DVM, assistant veterinarian with the Cartersvi...
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Parade to kick off Euharlee Festival of Trees Saturday
Riding lawnmowers, wagons and tractors will take to the streets for the Euharlee Festival of Trees Parade on Saturday. The untraditional parade invites participants to use their creativity, winding...
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Salvation Army seeks bell ringers for Red Kettle campaign
With the holiday shopping season approaching, The Salvation Army's Cartersville Corps is recruiting volunteers for its Red Kettle campaign. From Wednesday through Dec. 24, bell ringers will man Red...
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New Frontier hosts annual 'Feed the Community Dinner'
On Saturday, members of the community gathered together at the Cartersville Civic Center for New Frontier of Bartow County Inc.'s "Feed the Community Dinner." "This is an opportunity to ensure that...
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Man steals lottery ticket, cigarettes; hits woman with car
On Thursday evening shortly before 6:41 p.m., two men walked into Cass Grocery to buy beer and lottery tickets. One of the men would later walk into jail for aggravated assault and shoplifting. Acc...
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Teens found guilty of 2010 murder
Demetrius Matavlo "C.J." Castle Jr. and his brother, Dedric Deshon "Boosie" Jackson, were found guilty of felony murder in Bartow County Superior Court Friday just before noon. More than 20 deputie...
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Miss McDonough wins 2012 Miss Georgia Teen USA
Courtney Smits, Miss McDonough Teen USA, won the 2012 Miss Georgia Teen USA, held at Woodland High School Saturday afternoon. Smits competed against 79 other girls from all over Georgia for the cro...
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Herschel Walker judges Miss Georgia USA at Woodland
Saturday afternoon mixed martial arts and former Heisman Trophy winning football player Herschel Walker came to Woodland High School to judge the Miss Georgia USA pageant. Walker has judged various...
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Holiday merriment abounds with variety of events on tap
As families eye their Thanksgiving menus, organizations across Bartow County are busy planning a variety of holiday offerings. In Cartersville, the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority's tre...
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BARTOW BLOTTER — 11.20
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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Agan's Bakery adds new life to long tradition
With 50 years of baking tradition behind her, Abbey Agan is taking the reins of Agan's Bakery and continuing the legacy handed down from her father and grandparents. In 1961, her grandparents opene...
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Pageants to provide Christian League for Battered Women with in-kind, financial contributions
As the Miss Georgia USA and Miss Georgia Teen USA pageants get under way tonight, audiences will have the opportunity to support their favorite contestant as well as a Cartersville nonprofit. Since...
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County engineering raises awareness of water runoff
For many business owners, it may come as no surprise to find that how they handle potential pollutants can have a direct impact on the quality of local creeks, streams and rivers. Others, however, ...
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