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Emergency response training available for local pet lovers
Through volunteer emergency response training, Ray DeLuca aims to prepare those wanting to rescue companion animals if and when a large-scale disaster strikes. Led by DeLuca, a companion animal eme...
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Elenora Chitwood Payne
Elenora Chitwood Payne, 89, of Cartersville, died Oct. 6, 2011. Mrs. Payne was born Sept. 25, 1922, in Bartow County, a daughter of the late Gilbert and Frankie Simpson Chitwood. She was preceded i...
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Daily Tribune partners with Newspapers in Education
The Daily Tribune News has partnered with Newspapers in Education, a nationally recognized collaboration between corporate and community sponsors, local papers and schools to provide students with ...
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Two announce candidacy for commissioner seat
Businessman Mike Bearden and former manager Rev. Michael Abernathy have announced their candidacy in the 2012 election of a new Bartow County commissioner. Bearden's announcement was made in conjun...
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Firefighters open house for Fire Prevention Week
Safety during a fire is not only a responsibility of local fire departments, but also of individual residents. "This year's [Fire Prevention Week] message is kind of a general thing and this one is...
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Mad Hatter Fall Festival furnishes fun for families
On Saturday local business MH Industries and friends hosted a free fall festival at their location in Cartersville. The owner of MH Industries, Will McEliece, said the goal of the event was to give...
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DARE to help others: Sgt. Richey Harrell passes wisdom to children
Elementary students and many of their parents may not always remember his name, but Richey Harrell's face is recognized throughout the county as someone who has touched many lives. As a member of t...
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Cartersville schools' transportation building hits financial road bump
Cartersville City Schools Superintendent Howard Hinesley on Thursday suggested the school board reject during their regular meeting all bids for the projected transportation training building at th...
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Emerson Planning and Zoning Commission hears first reading of rezoning
Emerson's Planning and Zoning Commission on Thursday night heard a first reading of a rezoning for 50-plus acres. The 56 acres located near the Department of Transportation and Optimum Technologies...
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Tallatoona warms up to new ideas
Application changes made to assistance program
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U.S. Disc Dog World Finals in Cartersville
Mona Konishi, of Shiga, Japan, and her 3-year-old Belgian Malinois, Laika, are currently visiting Cartersville for the upcoming U.S. Disc Dog World Finals to be held at Dellinger Park Oct. 15 and 1...
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Pettit Environmental Preserve presents Owls & Spiders & Bats, Oh My! -- A Fall Hike Oct. 22
For Marina Robertson, executive director for the Pettit Environmental Preserve, a recent visit to the Chattahoochee Nature Center sparked a newfound respect for owls. Among the many interesting fac...
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Tensions flare in cultural awareness training
We have been through this before -- racism, bigotry, hatred. In the 1940s, it was the Japanese. In the 1960s, it was the black population. Today, it's Muslims, Arabs, Sikhs, anyone who looks remote...
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White UMC Chic-O-Pen Festival Saturday
Safeguarding his former pastor's recipe for more than 30 years, Bob McMillan will once again create the renowned, classified barbecue sauce for Saturday's Chic-O-Pen Festival. Starting at 8 a.m., t...
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Euharlee increases fines, discusses traffic signals
Citizens of Euharlee can expect to pay larger fines for various crimes in the future as the city council voted to accept all proposed amendments to fines and forfeitures listed in a city ordinance ...
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