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First responders, health care officials plan for flu season, Ebola concerns
By Jessica Loeding jessica.loeding@daily-tribune.com Don’t panic. That’s the message emergency response officials stress with the arrival of cold and flu season on the heels of rising Ebola concern...
Nov 01, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend
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Early voting ends today
Secretary of State Brian Kemp wants to remind Georgians that in person early voting will end today. To locate early voting locations, visit http://www.mvp.sos.ga.gov. Absentee ballots must be recei...
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Shooting tournament to benefit Bartow Education Foundation
For the third year in a row, those looking to support education in Bartow County will have the chance to donate money and blow some sporting clays out of the sky. The Dot Frasier Sporting Clay Tour...
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Friends present Indoor Craft Fair Saturday, Nov. 8
For the fourth year, the Friends of the Library Indoor Craft Fair will provide area residents the opportunity to purchase one-of-a-kind items as the holiday season approaches. “Friends Indoor Craft...
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CMS band takes stage for Reinhardt clinic
One hundred students from Cartersville Middle School’s band will take the stage next weekend before an elite group of their peers. “Every year for the past about five years, now, Reinhardt Universi...
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Bank robbery may become federal case
Local authorities on Thursday said the robbery of a Cartersville bank last week may be turned over to federal agents. Cartersville police took over the investigation into the Oct. 21 robbery of Ren...
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County solid waste department recognized for recycling efforts
In order to highlight the work the Bartow County Solid Waste Department has done to further local recycling, Keep Bartow Beautiful treated the department’s employees to a catered luncheon Wednesday...
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Man tries to kick officer in the face
After successfully eluding police once before, a man tried his luck at it again, but ended up falling on his back. He later tried to kick a Cartersville police officer in the face. According to the...
Oct 29, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend
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$8 million park and rec bond on November ballot
Cartersville residents who step in the voting booth Nov. 4 will be asked to answer an $8 million question: do you approve of a bond to maintain Cartersville Parks and Recreation Department faciltie...
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Bartow’s Textile Heritage Tour highlights Atco Saturday
To highlight Bartow’s textile heritage, Bartow History Museum, in partnership with the West Georgia Textile Heritage Trail, will present Bartow’s Textile Heritage Tour Saturday. Organized by the Ce...
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Organized events present alternative to door-to-door trick or treating
Helping meet the need for safe, fun trick-or-treating, Bartow County Parks and Recreation will celebrate Halloween with its annual Fall Festival. To be held at the Hamilton Crossing Park Football F...
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No confirmed case of Ebola at CMC
Though Cartersville Medical Center processed a patient through its Ebola virus protocol Tuesday, it does not have a confirmed case of the disease. CMC Director of Marketing and Public Relations Gin...
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Panhandling draws increased public attention
Although there’s been no jump in the number of panhandlers and solicitors, authorities believe appearances of an increase come from discussions in the community. “I think because people have heard ...
Oct 28, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 14 14 recommendations | email to a friend
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Henshaw hustles to beautify Bartow
Though her title with Bartow County is coordinator for Keep Bartow Beautiful, Sheri Henshaw plays a number of roles in the county. In addition to working on recycling and cleanup efforts in the com...
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Young: ‘You brought me to my family’
On a day full of surprises for U.S. Army Spc. Eugene Young, he held one of his own. Surrounded by family, friends and volunteers at his new home in Adairsville, the soldier — wounded July 23, 2013,...
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