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Habitat recruiting volunteers for its largest construction project
With its second build of the year under way, Bartow Area Habitat for Humanity is seeking volunteers to assist in the nonprofit's largest project to date. On Saturday, construction began on the futu...
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Three charged in home invasion plead guilty
Three suspects in a Cartersville home invasion entered guilty pleas in Bartow County Superior Court. According to Deputy District Attorney Mickey Thacker, Roger Dale James, Douglas James and Ryan J...
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Bartow County Public Health, CDC stress 'Catch Up on Immunizations'
We all need immunizations (also called vaccines or shots) to help protect us from serious diseases. It's important to know which shots you need and when to get them. To help keep our local communit...
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One person killed in crash
An adult was killed in a two-vehicle accident early Monday afternoon. According to the Georgia State Patrol, two passenger cars were involved in a crash at Highway 20 and Wilderness Camp Road. GSP ...
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Kingston council upholds police chief demotion
In a special called meeting Monday, the appeal of former Kingston Police Chief Walter Harrell was denied after the Kingston City Council came to a split decision with Mayor Dexter Jones casting the...
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High Heels Parade
Photos by SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News
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Route D-VE still target for 411 connector
The Georgia Department of Transportation met Tuesday, Aug. 16, to discuss the current steps in acquiring right-of-way access for the projected 411 Connector Route D-VE, which is proposed to go dire...
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Grand Jury issues several "no bills"
The August term of the Bartow County Grand Jury signed 26 "no bills," which frees the accused from prosecution because of what the jury considers a lack of evidence. The following cases were no bil...
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Bartow County Extension Office to offer seminars at Saturday's farmers market
Due to the public's renewed interest in gardening and food preservation, the Bartow County Extension Office will offer free seminars on the topics Saturday morning. "We've had such a surge in garde...
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Booth Western Art Museum turns 8
The American West was alive and thriving as community members invaded the Booth Western Art Museum Saturday for the museum's eighth birthday. Wagon rides under the bridge and around the block broug...
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Heartworm treatment supply runs dry
As the old saying goes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. For veterinarians and pet owners, these words ring truer today than ever before. Under normal circumstances, the damaging ef...
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Keith Sandlin: In the business of well-being
Serving in the Bartow County community for more than 25 years, Keith Sandlin oversees the daily operation of 600 employees caring for more than 100,000 patients annually. As CEO of Cartersville Med...
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Master puppeteer to lead children's workshop at The Grand
From a guitar playing camel to a talking train engine, attendees of The Grand Theatre's puppet workshop will have the opportunity to interact with Angie Alexandersen's colorful host of characters. ...
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City schools see increased enrollment
Cartersville City Schools is reporting an increase in total enrollment of 66 students over the previous year — the first time in history the city schools have begun the year with a kindergarten thr...
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Exec. committee announces TSPLOST draft project list
A 2012 vote will be had on a Transportation Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax supplementing diminished Georgia Department of Transportation funds for local road projects. Before the tax comes ...
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