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Kingston approves water monitoring purchase
To better track water levels and usage, the city of Kingston will add computer monitoring sites at both wells and the city's sole water tank. In a special called meeting immediately following Monda...
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Parents address Bartow school board
The Bartow County Board of Education on Monday heard from several home school parents and one Cass High School parent concerning the system's use of contact information as well as alleged disciplin...
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Cordell pleads guilty to fraud
Former Cartersville mayoral candidate Howard Gregory Cordell last week pleaded guilty to bank fraud ahead of his scheduled trial in Atlanta. Cordell's case was to begin Monday in Judge Charles Pann...
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BARTOW BLOTTER — 12.6
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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Adairsville celebrates holidays with annual Christmas parade
Christmas marched a little closer Saturday night as students and members of Adairsville's community came together for the annual Christmas parade in the city's downtown area. Beginning at 6 p.m. th...
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Experts provide tips for selecting live Christmas trees
With farm-grown Christmas tree purchases outnumbering artificial ones by a 3-to-1 margin according to the National Christmas Tree Association, many residents will head to area tree farms and lots o...
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Correction: Photo error result of computer glitch
As the result of a computer error, Sunday's front page contained a duplicate photo of the Moon River Brewery fire. The correct photo and information will appear in Monday's paper.
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Woman and two others attempt to hide her identity
After receiving an anonymous tip, an officer was dispatched to an address in Cartersville on Thursday around 2:33 p.m. in an attempt to locate two possible wanted suspects with warrants in differen...
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Structure fire threatens downtown Cartersville
Saturday just before 7 p.m., firefighters arrived on the western corner of North Erwin Street and West Main Street in Cartersville in response of reports of a fire. According to Cartersville Fire C...
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Bottoms up! Sunday package alcohol sales begin today
Forgot to pick up a six pack Saturday for today's game? Not to worry, alcohol can now be had on the Sabbath. Voters went to the polls in November approving the referendum for Sunday alcohol sales i...
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Churches unite for Christmas on the Hill Dec. 11
For choir director Lisa Lowe, Christmas on the Hill is an annual opportunity to reunite with old friends. While harmonizing more than 70 voices from different churches is a fun challenge, her great...
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Drew considers Rose Lawn Museum an 'architectural wonder'
By Marie Nesmith marie.nesmith@daily-tribune.com Through the years, the Rose Lawn Museum has become a home away from home for Jane Drew. As the director for the Cartersville venue, the Adairsville ...
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Cartersville-Bartow County Exchange Club Christmas Parade

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Tellus' 'Earth From Space' offers new global perspective
Opening Saturday, Tellus Science Museum's newest temporary exhibit blurs the boundaries of scientific research and artistic expression. In "Earth From Space," patrons can gain a new perspective of ...
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Veterans career fair to coincide with Pearl Harbor Day
Dec. 7, 1941 -- "A date which will live in infamy," as described by President Franklin D. Roosevelt -- is remembered annually as Pearl Harbor Day. This year, community leaders will hold a veterans ...
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