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Cass Middle students excel at STEM event
Twenty-four Cass Middle School eighth-graders recently gained a new perspective on Science Technology Engineering and Math education through Girls’ Adventures in STEM, an event co-sponsored by the ...
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Kellogg continues to 'pay it forward'
Through her civic endeavors and educational contributions, Linda Ford Kellogg continues to inspire people of all ages across Bartow County. Along with working at the Cartersville City School System...
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Cass Middle School captures state award in Recycle-Bowl
Continuing to be inspired by its motto “whatever it takes,” Cass Middle School recently was named Georgia’s winner of Keep America Beautiful’s Recycle-Bowl. Presented by Nestle Pure Life Purified W...
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Bartow CERT prepares for the worst
The dark, smoke-filled room portrayed the deadly aftermath of a sudden tornado on Saturday. A single light illuminated bodies strewn under broken tables and ravaged furniture as Bartow County Commu...
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Drug court program graduates 100th participant
The Cherokee Circuit Drug Court reached a milestone earlier this month when the 6-year-old program graduated it’s 100th participant. Began in July 2008, the drug court is a five-phase intervention ...
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Cass High to host annual plant sale
Beginning next week Cass High School will host its annual plant sale, which will feature items, such as geraniums, peppers, tomatoes, marigolds and red salvia. Through the sale, the school’s hortic...
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Democrat Patrick a challenger for District 15 seat
For the 2014 election, the only contested state-level race in Bartow County is for District 15 between incumbent Republican Paul Battles and Democratic challenger Dylan Patrick. Making the race a c...
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Jamison, Keeling new BCFD deputy chiefs
In a change to its organizational structure, the Bartow County Fire Department recently created two deputy chief positions. Special Operations & Training Division Chief Dwayne Jamison was named dep...
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May Market at Rose Lawn to debut May 3
In response to requests from its fall festival vendors, Rose Lawn Museum and its grounds also will play host to a spring event this year. Scheduled when the property’s more than 200 rose varieties ...
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'Every Child's a Star' nets $7,500
Professional in every way — that’s the way participants and the audience are describing the 21st annual “Every Child’s A Star” performance on March 21, benefitting Advocates for Children. According...
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Multiple vehicles damaged at dealership
Multiple vehicles at Pugmire Ford were damaged Wednesday night, with the total cost of the damages estimated at approximately $50,000 or more. According to the Cartersville police incident report, ...
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Last Dance program focuses on 'A Moment Lost'
Beach balls bounce off the hands of Cartersville High students Friday morning. Three people compete in a dance-off on the auditorium stage. And just as suddenly as the tempo hit full tilt, the mood...
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Two ‘pill mill’ defendants convicted
Almost three years after authorities raided Atlanta Medical Group, a federal jury on Wednesday convicted two men of owning and operating a “pill mill” at the 16 Collins Drive location. Jason Cole V...
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Discipline issue handled poorly, parent says
The parent of a Cartersville Middle School student whose child was removed from a school bus by an administrator said she is disappointed with how the school system communicated with her following ...
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Three vying to be Adairsville mayor
Three candidates are officially competing to be Adairsville’s next mayor. Kenneth “K.C.” Carson, Ronnie Everett and Adena Harper all qualified this week to run in the May 20 special election to rep...
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