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Unemployment rates decrease in Bartow, region
The Georgia Department of Labor announced Thursday that the preliminary unemployment rate in Bartow County and the surrounding area declined in September. Bartow County’s unemployment rate declined...
Oct 26, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend
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Marijuana, scale found in man's pants
A traffic stop Wednesday evening in Cartersville resulted in a bag of marijuana and digital scale being found in a man’s pants. A Cartersville police officer performed a traffic stop on a red Mercu...
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Matt Williams is Bartow's Teacher of the Year
Matt Williams, a fourth grade teacher at Cloverleaf Elementary School, was selected as the 2012-2013 Bartow County Teacher of the Year. Williams, as well as 17 other teachers and two finalists, wer...
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Bartow extension agent takes to Atlanta airwaves
Metro Atlanta residents can tune in Saturday to WSB radio for advice and suggestions from Bartow County Extension Coordinator Paul Pugliese as he takes questions from callers to the Lawn and Garden...
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2 Bartow locations on list of 10 Places in Peril
A former school that survived the Civil War and a former mining site dating back to the 1860s seem to have only age in common. But, according to the state, both are in trouble. The two sites — Stil...
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CPD seeks assistance in stemming car break-ins
Over the past several weeks, there has been an increased number of breaking and entering into vehicles in Cartersville, according to a Cartersville Police Department release, and Chief Thomas Culpe...
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Woodland High gets real
Freshmen at Woodland High School received a wake-up call on Wednesday as they navigated the Performance Learning Center during the second annual Georgia Appalachian Center for Higher Education’s Re...
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Chamber board votes to oppose charter school amendment
The Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce announced Wednesday its formal opposition to the controversial charter school amendment on Georgia’s ballot this election cycle. In a board meetin...
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Emerson starts charter revision process
Emerson is about to join the ranks of Bartow County municipalities that have revised their city charters. During a work session Oct. 22, City Manager Kevin McBurnett met with the city council to pr...
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The following information — names
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 a ...
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CMC breaks ground on $30 million expansion
Cartersville Medical Center broke out the golden shovels Tuesday for a ceremony to mark the beginning of a $30 million expansion project. The groundbreaking ceremony kicks off construction to doubl...
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Cloverleaf dedicates library to Dot Frasier
For more than 50 years Dot Frasier has served a myriad of roles in the Bartow County School System ranging from instructor to administrator to her current role as executive director of the Bartow E...
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Behind the type: Cochran continues newspaper work 60 years later
Sixty years ago, in 1952, The African Queen hit theaters, Elizabeth II took the throne as Queen of England and 17-year-old Elizabeth Cochran began working with The Daily Tribune News just two weeks...
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Volunteers embark on inaugural Etowah cleanup
In an effort to beautify waterways and protect the source of local drinking water, several area organizations teamed up Saturday for an inaugural effort to remove trash from the banks of the Etowah...
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Euharlee to offer largest fall festival yet
To celebrate its sixth year, the Euharlee Covered Bridge Fall Festival has worked to increase the number of vendors, events and days it can offer visitors in an effort to display the city at its be...
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