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Cartersville council goes Mellow, sides with restaurant
In a sometime tense dialogue at the Cartersville City Council’s meeting, past met future and future won. The Cartersville Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) had ruled at its April 15 meeting th...
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Donation highlights testicular cancer awareness
The girls of Girl Scout Troop 12133 offer words of encouragement to 30-year-old Stephen Zaring: “Good luck.” “God bless.” “I love you.” Zaring was diagnosed in January with stage III testicular can...
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Local graduate becomes pro gamer
For 23-year-old John Salter, a 2009 graduate of Cass High School and Kennesaw State University graduate, playing video games has become much more than a hobby. Recently, Salter became a professiona...
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Items stolen from unlocked vehicles
The Cartersville Police Department reported numerous car break-ins from Wednesday, April 16, in the Thornwood subdivision off Grassdale Road and at Rosewood Apartments. • On Wednesday, April 16, ab...
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Woman reported missing
On Tuesday, April 15, about 8:23 p.m., a Cartersville Police Department officer was dispatched to Parkway North in Cartersville in reference to a missing person, according to an incident report. Th...
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Wilhoite sworn in as assistant district attorney
The Cherokee Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office this week gained its newest assistant district attorney. Superior Court Judge Scott Smith swore in Emma Page Wilhoite on Monday afternoon be...
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Good Friday presentations provide reflection on the Passion of Christ
To emphasize the significance of Easter Sunday, a pair of churches will offer outdoor presentations, illustrating the events surrounding the suffering and death of Jesus Christ. On Good Friday, St....
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Taylor, Santini proclaim Georgia Garden Week
Cartersville Mayor Matt Santini joined Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor at the commissioner’s public meeting to proclaim April 20-26 as Georgia Garden Week. “One of Georgia’s greatest resour...
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Registration underway for MAGIC Camp
Registration is underway for Bartow County’s third-annual Mentoring a Girl in Construction Camp — otherwise known as MAGIC Camp — during which local female high school students will be introduced t...
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Butler to leave Cartersville High
Cartersville High School Principal Steve Butler has announced his resignation effective June 30. Butler told The Daily Tribune News he feels he has been “fortunate” to serve as the school’s princip...
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Woman lights herself on fire
A 59-year-old female transported by air ambulance Monday night to an Atlanta hospital set herself on fire. Bartow County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to the Gilreath Road residence about 8...
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Ultimate Artist III exhibit accepting entries
With the Ultimate Artist III exhibit set for May 3, NorthPointe Church is seeking participants to showcase their creative abilities. “We’re really trying to reach people who may be intimidated by a...
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Euharlee council considers rebranding the city
At its work session Tuesday, the Euharlee City Council considered rebranding the city, deciding on its mission and stating the city’s vision. Euharlee resident Alec Trapheagen, designer of the new ...
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Speeding stop smokes out rolling meth lab
A volatile rolling drug setup was located Monday morning in a traffic stop on Interstate 75. Bartow-Cartersville Drug Task Force agents were called at 10 a.m. to mile marker 301 on I-75 south after...
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4-H teaming up with Pet Vet for rabies clinic
In an effort to assist in limiting the number of local rabies cases, the Bartow County 4-H Club in cooperation with Dr. Spencer Tally of the Pet Vet Clinic will offer a rabies clinic at a reduced c...
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