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Ric Mason Jr. Memorial Golf Tourney to benefit United Way May 13
Known for his philanthropic efforts, Ric Mason Jr.’s legacy continues through the United Way of Bartow County’s upcoming golf tournament. During his two years as a United Way board member, which en...
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Golf tournament to benefit Teacher Grant program
On Monday, May 20, the Bartow Education Foundation will host a golf tournament at the Cartersville Country Club in an effort to raise money for the foundation’s Teacher Grant program. “What this do...
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CPD urges caution after auto break-ins
A rash of vehicle break-ins has Cartersville Police Department turning to the public for assistance. “This type of crime tends to be cyclical. For example, as we experience warmer weather during th...
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Red Top Mountain Estates cleans house
Tommy and Janice Hamby’s double-wide mobile home at Red Top Mountain Estates was surrounded by junk — refrigerators, tools, furniture, dishes and trash, lots of trash — an eyesore by any standard. ...
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Etowah River Guide first available this weekend
Taking an in-depth look at the Etowah River, the “Etowah River User’s Guide” is a new book soon to be released by the University of Georgia Press in conjunction with the Georgia River Network and R...
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Town hall meeting held for GED students
In a sometimes revival-like atmosphere, accompanied by sprinklings of “amen” and “tell the truth,” three members of Bartow’s legislative delegation — Senators Chuck Hufstetler and Barry Loudermilk ...
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Governor signs bill to add incentives for tourism development
LakePoint considerations shape bill
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Sanders steals spotlight in range of roles
Sitting in the radio booth with Alan Sanders is similar to watching a magician work. He moves effortlessly from caller to in-studio guest to news segments, pulling facts and tidbits of information ...
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Caregiver, patient bring awareness to Parkinson's disease
For Michael Baldwin Sr., his experience as a caregiver is fueling his desire to help others touched by Parkinson’s disease. About six years ago, the Cartersville resident co-founded the Bartow Coun...
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Chamber's first Quarterly Luncheon to host State of the City
A new chamber of commerce effort to build community and foster fellowship will bring civic and business leaders together on a regular basis to break bread at the upcoming Quarterly Luncheon series....
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One airlifted after Friday night crash
A motorist possibly trying to avoid an earlier collision was airlifted Friday evening. Bartow County Fire Department said a motorcyclist struck a deer in the area of Bells Ferry Road on Highway 20 ...
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GLAC committee tours Allatoona Dam
Recently, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers invited the Great Lake Allatoona Clean-Up committee to visit the historic Allatoona Dam. The group was greeted by Park Ranger Amy Cobb and led by Plant Su...
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An invocation for God's mercy
“If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will ...
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AIDS Walk raises money, hope and awareness
The fifth annual AIDS Walk, hosted by the AIDS Alliance of Northwest Georgia, “painted the town red” on Saturday, symbolizing the importance of HIV education and prevention not just in large cities...
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Winners announced in school recycling contest
While every school vies for the top spot, organizers of the annual school recycling contest would argue everyone comes out a winner when new generations learn about recycling. With more than 422,00...
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