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$30,000 to $40,000 stolen from Bartow Health Access
Between December 2012 and December 2013 approximately $30,000 to $40,000 was stolen from Bartow Health Access. An audit revealed the theft, according to a report filed Tuesday with the Cartersville...
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Resident taken to CMC after house fire
A blaze that began in the kitchen of a Stoners Chapel Road residence Wednesday afternoon left the home heavily damaged and the occupant with smoke inhalation. According to reports, a disabled resid...
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Officers tase man holding hammer
Cartersville police tased an “irate” man holding a hammer Tuesday night after he made suicidal threats. While en route to the Parr Wade Road residence, officers were told the suspect, later identif...
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Noble Hill's Summer Heritage Program kicks off Wednesday
Through its Summer Heritage Program, Noble Hill-Wheeler Memorial Center will emphasize tolerance as youth explore China, Mexico and Africa next month. “We [present this program] to inform the kids....
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Georgia Highlands offers new bachelor's degree
Georgia Highlands College introduced dental hygiene as the second bachelor’s degree program instituted by the college and approved by the Board of Regents within the past year. The new bridge progr...
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Carson sworn in as new Adairsville mayor
Once the Adairsville City Council adopted results from the May 20 special election, Kenneth Carson Sr. became the city’s newest mayor. Taking his official seat during the Tuesday night called meeti...
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Local CTC student promotes exploring through app
Chattahoochee Technical College programming students received honorable mention at the first-ever Association of Information Technology Professionals National Collegiate Conference’s Code 24. The c...
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Cartersville Water Dept. wins series of trade awards
While attending the Georgia Association of Water Professionals conference in April, the Cartersville Water Department won three awards recognizing its efforts in maintaining clean water and meeting...
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Family remembers drowning victim
Chance Werner was a big man — 6 foot and weighing close to 300 pounds — but his family said he was an easygoing, gentle young man. “He was a good heart,” said Werner’s father, Fred Werner. “Chance ...
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Equine-assisted therapeutic program garners smiles at The Cove Apartments
At 27 inches tall, Tess is proof that remarkable creatures sometimes come in small packages. As part of Greener Ways Inc., the miniature horse brought a multitude of smiles to the senior tenants of...
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The following information — names
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 a ...
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American Legion remembers the fallen
Rain did not dampen the Memorial Day ceremony at the American Legion Carl Boyd Post 42 on Monday morning. The service began with the singing of the national anthem and attending veterans were ackno...
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3 injured in shooting
A holiday party in Cassville turned violent Sunday afternoon when a gunman fired four or five shots into the crowd. Two hundred to 300 people were attending the event, which some described as a rod...
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Exposure everything at Vendors Show
A steady stream of customers, promoters and the just plain curious wandered the aisles of the Etowah Ballrooms at the Clarence Brown Conference Center Saturday perusing nail wraps, wickless candles...
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Anheuser-Busch completes first run of emergency water canning
For 24 hours starting Wednesday, Line 61 in the Cartersville Anheuser-Busch brewery stopped filling aluminum cans to the brim with beer. Instead it fired stream after stream of filtered water into ...
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