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Commission says workforce act could limit representation
Sarah Harrison, a workforce representative for the Northwest Georgia Regional Commission, spoke to Georgia Highlands College Continuing Education Advisory Council Friday regarding the Workforce Inv...
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Red Top events to highlight pioneer life, Great Locomotive Chase next weekend
Through a pair of events next weekend, Red Top Mountain State Park will invite history buffs to turn back the clock to the 1800s. While Springtime at the Homestead will be under way at the Cartersv...
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'The Three Stooges' opens today, to feature several Bartow connections
Opening today in theaters, "The Three Stooges" will showcase a variety of Bartow connections. From transforming a three-story brick homeplace into a mock orphanage to utilizing children as extras, ...
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Kingston marks chase anniversary by honoring memory of 'favorite son'
Community members and guests gathered in Kingston Thursday to remember the past and celebrate the history of an unsung hero. With a proclamation signing and monument dedication, the city of Kingsto...
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Confederate Memorial Day observances scheduled
With April 26 marking Confederate Memorial Day in Georgia, area organizations are preparing to host their annual observances. Starting Saturday with the Stiles-Akin Camp No. 670 Sons of Confederate...
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Downtown concert, car show to kick off season Saturday
Downtown Cartersville will welcome a crowd of visitors Saturday as the annual summer concert series and car show returns. Hundreds of cars, both new and old, will ride into town for the Tom Clayton...
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Report reveals details on shooting incident involving BCSO deputy
Details have been released regarding a shooting incident involving a Bartow County Sheriff’s Office deputy on April 4. According to the incident report, the deputy was dispatched to 79 Linwood Road...
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JDA makes move to improve marketing campaign
Prospective industrial sites and properties in Bartow may get a marketing makeover in coming months with a proposal selected Tuesday for further consideration. The Cartersville-Bartow County Joint ...
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Bartow County Fire Department adds rescue boat to fleet
With the Etowah River and Lake Allatoona under its jurisdiction, the Bartow County Fire Department last week added a third boat to its rescue fleet. The flat-bottom, Rescue 1 Connector craft uses a...
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Fire department warns against getting too close to scenes, driving over hoses
Not driving over a fire hose may seem like a common sense rule, but the Bartow County Fire Department says they have had problems with this type of violation in the past, with their most recent enc...
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Cliff Martin family wins top award at 50th B.C. Farm Family Banquet
In recognition of their contributions to Bartow County's agriculture industry, the Cliff Martin family was named the 2011 Farm Family on Tuesday at the 50th Bartow County Farm Family Banquet. Held ...
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Adairsville declares April 'Heart of the Chase Month'
At the end of Adairsville City Council's Tuesday work session, Mayor Pro Tem Buddy Bagley signed a proclamation declaring April to be "Heart of the Chase Month." The proclamation is one way the cit...
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Fatal accident still under investigation
The Cartersville Police Department has released a report detailing the March 21 fatal motor vehicle accident resulting in the death of Doc Stovall, Booth Western Art Museum's entertainment and spon...
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Advocates for Children, community hold candlelight vigil
Advocates for Children members and visitors met on the steps of the Frank Moore Administration and Judicial Center Monday night, gathering for Advocate's newest event, called a Light of Hope ceremo...
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Bio-fuels company announces plan for Cartersville facility
New industry will come to Cartersville's west side in the form of bio-fuels, bringing with it capitol investment and jobs. The Tennessee-based Eco-Energy Holdings announced Monday their plans to ex...
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