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Academy welcomes Boys & Girls Clubs
Sports retailer opens today at 8 a.m.
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Bartow County Masonic Convention seeks Run for Kids participants
To help support the Masonic Home of Georgia’s operations, the Bartow County Masonic Convention will present its first Run for Kids event. Starting and ending at Sam Smith Park in Cartersville, part...
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Inmate attempts to steal deputy's taser
While a deputy escorted him to a medical room Tuesday afternoon, one inmate attempted to take the deputy’s taser. According to the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office incident report, Henry Holt was bei...
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Ceremony marks 30th anniversary of Crime Victims' Rights Act
Thirty years after President Ronald Reagan signed the Victim of Crime Act, the county on Wednesday marked the anniversary at a ceremony at the Frank Moore Administration and Judicial Center. In 198...
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DNR reminds of rules during turkey season
About 2 1/2 weeks into turkey season, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division is reminding hunters of the rules and regulations surrounding the season while also en...
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Adairsville police chief: Department fully staffed
Adairsville Police Chief Robert Jones told the city council at its Tuesday night work session that his department is fully staffed. In the first of four departmental reports, Jones reported that th...
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Easter egg hunts take shape across Bartow
With the Euharlee Easter Egg Hunt around the corner, organizers are busily filling plastic eggs with goodies for children up to 11 years old. Previously established by the Covered Bridge Players, o...
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Grizzard and Twain fundraiser to benefit students
The Etowah Scholarship Foundation on Friday, May 2, will present the fundraiser “An Evening with Mark Twain and Lewis Grizzard” at The Grand Theatre. Beginning at 7:30 p.m., the event will feature ...
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Second JDA approves Highland 75 payments
With funds from the 2014 Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax rolling in, the Bartow-Cartersville Second Joint Development Authority has approved its first payment this year on the Highland 75 bu...
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Adairsville High establishes farmer’s market
After working on the school’s outdoor classroom for years, Adairsville High’s Environmental Science teacher Bob Powell said the idea of beginning a farmer’s market grew. “... Now three years ago we...
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Background provides Pendergraft perspective
An Oklahoma-born materials manager who attended college on an opera scholarship, David Pendergraft brings a versatility to the business world. The 58-year-old father of two joined Zep, Inc. in Emer...
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GHC hosts lecture on January snowstorm
Georgia Highlands College students and faculty learned part of the backstory of the Jan. 28 snowstorm during a Friday lecture by National Weather Service Scientific Director Steven Nelson. Nelson, ...
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Homeless man killed on Bartow highway
A homeless man crossing Ga. Highway 61 near Interstate Highway 75 was struck by a car and killed Friday night. The Cartersville police report said the victim was wearing dark clothes and the driver...
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April observance strives to increase organ, tissue and eye donations
Reminding him that “life is precious,” a pewter clock is taking up residence on U.S. Navy Lt. Eric Priest’s nightstand. Welcoming him each morning as he rises, the cherished gift was from Phil Jone...
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Cass Middle chorus returns from NYC
Carnegie Hall now can add Cass Middle School’s chorus to its list of performers as the group of sixth, seventh and eighth graders recently returned from performing on the famed stage with the Natio...
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