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Euharlee council discusses sign ordinance revisions
Euharlee’s sign ordinance will soon be revised with clarified language designed to remove any contradictions in its requirements. During Tuesday’s work session, the council discussed the changes, w...
Sep 20, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 13 13 recommendations | email to a friend
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Nonprofit, faith leaders ‘learn role of faith in the dynamics of domestic violence’
Dianna Kerr met the man who almost killed her at church. Kerr, a domestic violence survivor, married her former husband in December 2010 after meeting him through the church they shared. “He knew t...
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Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites to launch Leaf Watch Oct. 1
With Saturday marking the first day of Autumn, north Georgia’s green hillsides soon will be covered with vibrant shades of red, orange and gold. To help visitors track the state’s changing leaf col...
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Free Fall Outings: Patrons gain complimentary access to cultural centers Sept. 29
Thanks to a pair of offerings, area residents will be granted complimentary access to various cultural venues Sept. 29. While Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites will present Your State Parks Day,...
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Free health expo set for Sept. 23 in Adairsville
Small town or big city, living healthier is an issue across the country. Adairsville Seventh-day Adventist Church, along with Gordon Hospital and the American Red Cross of Northwest Georgia, hope t...
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Life of Leisure: Anderson keeps recreation on track
Charged with the responsibility of supervising all sports programs along with the operation and maintenance of all the city’s recreation facilities, the Cartersville Parks and Recreation Department...
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Carol Sue Foster
Carol Sue Foster, 71, of Leake St., Cartersville, passed away Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced later by Owen Funeral Home.
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Businesses, contractors to explore CTAE programs
This week, businesses, contractors and community members will have the opportunity to learn more about local Career, Technical & Agricultural education programs offered in Bartow County schools whi...
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Rose Lawn arts and crafts festival largest in its history
For the 37th year, visitors were able to walk through Rose Lawn’s grounds, at no charge, on Saturday for the museum’s annual arts and crafts festival. Rose Lawn Director Jane Drew said approximatel...
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Janice Kay Johnson Neumann
Mrs. Janice Kay Johnson Neumann, 63, of 28 Westover Ridge, N.W., Adairsville, passed away Friday evening, Sept. 14, 2012, at Cartersville Medical Center. She was born in Gray, Feb. 7, 1949, daughte...
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Bartow Employer Committee takes second place in state awards
In a race nearly too close to call, the Bartow County Employer Committee helped set the bar and forced judges to change the rules as local committee members took home second place from the Georgia ...
Sep 15, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 12 12 recommendations | email to a friend
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Bartow Employer Committee takes second place in state awards
In a race nearly too close to call, the Bartow County Employer Committee helped set the bar and forced judges to change the rules as local committee members took home second place from the Georgia ...
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Adairsville approves Logtown improvements, hears festival report
Adairsville’s Logtown will receive new electric utilities, and some of its existing electrical wiring will be brought up to code, before this year’s upcoming Great Locomotive Chase Festival. The up...
Sep 14, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend
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Tourism on display as Leadership Bartow kicks off
From ancient history to future growth, Bartow County attractions were the focus of business representatives, educators, nonprofit directors and community leaders Wednesday as the 2013 class of Lead...
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Georgia authors headed to AHS
On Monday, three Georgia authors will spend time at Adairsville High School on a discounted rate to celebrate September as Georgia’s Literacy Month. The visit is part of the Georgia Peach Author To...
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