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Trib' requesting information so volunteers can be recognized
The Daily Tribune News needs your help in recognizing organizations that are doing volunteer work or providing donations to tornado storm victims. We believe these community organizations deserve r...
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Cartersville's Bank of the Ozarks Henderson Drive location named company's Branch of the Month
Bank of the Ozarks' Henderson Drive location in Cartersville has been awarded 'Branch of the Month' out of the Company's 94 offices throughout Arkansas, Texas, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, Nor...
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Police seek missing girls
Cartersville Police are searching for two sisters who were allegedly taken by their biological father after an unsupervised visit Tuesday morning. According to a CPD incident report, an officer was...
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Radio-thon raises more than $44,000 for storm victims
Through Wednesday's WBHF radio-thon, area residents helped generate more than $44,000 for Bartow's tornado victims. To raise needed funds and items, WBHF joined forces with The Daily Tribune News a...
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No fee for storm victims who lost driver's licenses
Lost driver's licenses as a result of the April 27 tornado may be replaced for free. The Georgia Department of Driver Services stated that legislation enacted in 2010 provides that GDDS may issue f...
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Alyssa's Ride this Saturday
May is Brain Tumor Awareness Month and this Saturday a motorcycle ride will be held in support of 12-year-old Alyssa Leonard of Taylorsville, who has been fighting a brain tumor for 6 years. Regist...
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Red Cross refers victims to Salvation Army
The American Red Cross is advising victims in need of food and clothing to contact the local Salvation Army's social services unit in the Family Thrift Store located at 17 Apex Drive in Cartersvill...
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Bartow County meets approval for Disaster Recovery Center
In a meeting Wednesday afternoon, representatives from the Federal Emergency Management Agency announced that Bartow County could soon receive a Disaster Recovery Center to assist with the tornado ...
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Kingston Spring Fling Festival set for Saturday
To help foster community involvement and interaction, the Community Catalyst Corp. is encouraging the public to attend the Kingston Spring Fling Festival. Scheduled for Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p...
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Racers Mow Down Euharlee Saturday
Lawnmowers are not the typical idea of a racing vehicle, but the city of Euharlee will be changing that thought. Continuing the event from last year, Mow Down is scheduled for Sautrday at Frankie H...
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Police searching for two missing girls
Cartersville Police are searching for two sisters who were allegedly taken by their biological father after an unsupervised visit Tuesday morning. According to a CPD incident report, an officer was...
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Bartow Blotter 5-4
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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Proposed budget introduced at Kingston's work session
Kingston City Council met Monday night for its monthly session and to propose what is expected to be the budget for the remainder of 2011. Before discussions on the budget began, the council heard ...
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Tellus celebrates National Astronomy Day Saturday
By attending Tellus Science Museum's National Astronomy Day observance on Saturday, David Dundee is hoping amateur stargazers will gain a new appreciation of the "beauty of the sky and the wonder o...
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