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Tallatoona CAP distributing food Wednesday
Tallatoona Community Action Partnership Inc. will distribute food items Wednesday to those in need. The 28 food items are available through The Emergency Food Assistance Program, a federal program ...
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Public services to commemorate Confederate Memorial Day
As today marks the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War, area organizations are busy organizing Confederate Memorial Day observances this month. Starting Saturday with the Cartersville S...
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Native American Tools and Weapons
Photos by Skip Butler, The Daily Tribune News
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Mother of five missing
The Bartow County Sheriff's Office is investigating a missing person. According to Sheriff Clark Millsap, Wazina Suleiman, 30, of 21 Law Road, Cartersville, was reported missing by her husband, Abe...
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Cartersville Service League receives Boys & Girls Club National Award of Merit
For their continued support of the Cartersville Unit, the Cartersville Service League received the National Award of Merit from the Boys & Girls Clubs of America March 29. "It is the highest third-...
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Housing Authority begins renovations
While driving along Postelle Street one cannot help but notice the construction crews and updated view. That new look is because the Etowah Area Consolidated Housing Authority has begun a series of...
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Bartow Blotter 4-10
The following information -- names, photos, addresses, charges and other details -- was taken directly from Bartow County Sheriff's Office jail records. Not every arrest leads to a conviction, and ...
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Loudermilk, Coomer town hall meeting
State Sen. Barry Loudermilk and State Rep. Christian Coomer will be participating in a town hall meeting scheduled for Adairsville April 19. Local residents are invited to attend and hear results f...
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Garrett Steven Black scholarship benefit
On Thursday, April 14, Fantastic Sams of Cartersville will be hosting a benefit for the Garrett Steven Black Baseball Scholarship Fund. The hair salon will be offering $10 haircuts and will be dona...
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European Adventure: The journey begins
Travel has been lusted over and dreamt about since Homer's "Odyssey" and long before as ancient sources romanticized the mystery associated with foreign lands. Today, our world is infinitely smalle...
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Civil War commemorated through art
Mort Künstler's passion for art is not only obvious through the visual details in his work, but also in the animation of his personality. "All I ever wanted to do was make a living painting picture...
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County health rankings provide glimpse in changes from last year
The University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation recently released county health rankings that rank Bartow County as the 50th healthiest county out of ...
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Natural dyes, helicopter release put new twists on Easter traditions
With Easter peeking around the corner, the Bartow County Extension Office's kitchen turned into a testing station Tuesday as Kathy Floyd experimented with the art of egg dyeing. Instead of immersin...
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Lie Detector: BCSO polygraph examiner seeks justice
"You bare your soul to Jerry Rowe." That is how a friend and colleague sums up the Bartow County polygraph examiner's abilities. A soft-spoken man, Rowe's earnest, humble demeanor may provide a fal...
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Gov't shutdown looms, local effects limited
At 6 p.m. today there was no word from Washington on a budget agreement that would avoid a partial shutdown of the federal government. Barring an agreement or perhaps another temporary bill to keep...
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