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Cartersville wheelwright perfects craft using 100-year-old machinery
Locally, Don Cornett is known as a neighbor, husband, father and grandfather, but in the wheelwright world he is "a one-in-a-million" craftsman, internationally recognized for his self-sufficient w...
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Kennesaw State University works to preserve In the Valley
Kennesaw State University faculty, staff, students and alumni gathered together Saturday morning at In the Valley, Rydal, in an ongoing effort to preserve the historical site and its lush vegetatio...
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Focus on 'Ways to Save' brings inexpensive Georgia travel to library
From Native American history and Civil War battlefields to high-flying adventure and fine dining, local library patrons got a taste Thursday of northwest Georgia offerings. Janet Cochran, regional ...
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BARTOW BIO — Recipe for success: Owners of Johnny Mitchell's Smokehouse discuss third People's Choice Award
Over a glass of champagne, Johnny and Jill Mitchell smile. It has been a week worth celebrating. On Sept. 19, Johnny Mitchell's Smokehouse was named Best Restaurant for the third consecutive year i...
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Kingston Elementary receives state library award
Kingston Elementary School last week received an Exceptional Library Media Program Award, honoring the school's ability to provide a fun and educational library for students. "[The Exemplary Librar...
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Bartow County Navigator Team provides support to special needs families
Through the Bartow County Navigator Team, families of children with special needs are finding a network of support. Referring to its numerous benefits, Team Leader Wendy Allen said some of the grou...
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Toyo, community awarded for teamwork
State association names Toyo: 'Deal of the Year'
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Golfers sought for Christian League for Battered Women benefit
With the Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence reporting "domestic violence affects one out of four women at some point during her lifetime," Bartow County's Christian League for Battered Wom...
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Juried artist winners chosen at 36th Annual Arts Festival at Rose Lawn
Seven artists were chosen as winners from a field of more than 100 vendors at the 36th Annual Arts Festival at Rose Lawn on Sept. 17 in Cartersville. A total purse of $1,000 was awarded. Serving as...
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Local business reaches out to April tornado victims
Excitement grows over 'Courageous' movie
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Bartow County Fair Fun
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Fun To Run
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Barge to address Georgia Performance Standards
State School Superintendent Dr. John Barge and Georgia Department of Education staff today will host a telecast to discuss the Common Core Georgia Performance Standards. This broadcast will be aire...
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Hospital brings new hip replacement technology to NW Ga.
Cartersville Medical Center, a leading orthopaedic facility in northwest Georgia, recently obtained the HANA Hip Arthroplasty Table -- the only surgical table designed exclusively for the minimally...
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Georgia State Parks launches online leaf tracking Oct. 1
This year's lack of rain could result in a lackluster leaf season. Though many leaves have turned brown and fallen to the ground, Josh Burnette -- forester for the Georgia Forestry Commission's Coo...
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