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FEMA: Use disaster assistance grants wisely
Disaster survivors who receive state and federal assistance payments are advised by the Federal Emergency Management Agency to be cautious, use funds wisely and only for their intended purpose. Mis...
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Truck driver arrested after striking motorist
A truck driver from Albany was arrested Sunday evening after a confrontation with a motorist. According to the Cartersville police report, an officer met with the victim who said he was attempting ...
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Adairsville bank, store set to close by end of summer
After years of service to the Adairsville community, two local businesses will be closing their doors by the end of the summer with one already closed. S&H Supermarket, locally owned and operated f...
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National Police week continues honoring law enforcement officers
A need to give back to the community When Walter Harrell was a little boy, a police officer put him on a motorcycle and gave him a helmet -- that was all it took for Harrell to decide he wanted to ...
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Law enforcers fly blue ribbons in honor of National Police Week
This week the nation celebrates National Police Week. President John F. Kennedy signed a law in 1962 that designates May 15 as Peace Officer's Memorial Day in honor of officers who have been killed...
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Online registration free for Dixie Highway 90- Mile Yard Sale vendors
For those wanting to sell their wares along the Dixie Highway 90-Mile Yard Sale, the process of promoting their varied treasures has become more streamlined. This year, the registration fee has bee...
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Cartersville Middle to see additional facility
Cartersville Middle School is expected to see a 7,000-square-foot multi-use facility by fall 2012. The school board this week approved the $1.9 bid of Womack, Lewis, & Smith of Cartersville to cons...
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Adairsville High principal headed to Gainesville
Adairsville High School Principal Stan Lewis will be leaving the school this year to return to Hall County in Gainesville to reside as principal of Johnson High School. "I have thoroughly enjoyed m...
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Ducks on the River

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Family of three prepares to move into Habitat home
In a few weeks, Becky Frasier's dream of having a home will become a reality, courtesy of the Bartow Area Habitat for Humanity. Located on Courrant Street in Cartersville, the 1,350-square-foot, th...
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European Adventure: On Sacred Ground
From Easter to Israel, a trip designed to explore Europe quickly turned into so much more. Itineraries changed and destinations were added landing us on another continent exploring lands only read ...
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Lindsey McDaniel Jr.: A spirit of giving
By Shaka S. Lias shaka.lias@daily-tribune.com Lindsey McDaniel Jr. doesn't go unnoticed when he walks into a room. He's a dapper dresser and if that's not enough, his personality is as loud as the ...
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Bartow Blotter 5.13
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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High profile burglary trial to begin next week
The trial of Curtis Vincent Garner, Charles Edmond Hendrix and Jeffery Eugene Hale is expected to begin next week in Judge Scott Smith's courtroom. According to the indictment, the men are each cha...
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Cartersville cyclist organizes Ride of Silence event
To honor the memory of his brother and promote the Share the Road initiative, Scott Flynn is organizing Cartersville's Ride of Silence event Wednesday evening. "The Ride of Silence is an internatio...
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