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Pastors vs. Politicians square off at Excel
To raise money for its athletic program, Excel Christian Academy will present the Pastors vs. Politicians basketball game Saturday. "The athletic booster club came up with the idea as a fundraiser ...
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Cartersville schools set tuition rates
The Cartersville City Board of Education approved out-of-district student tuition fees for the 2012-2013 school year during its regular February meeting. Current tuition-paying students will qualif...
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Home and Garden Show features latest ideas
From roofs and gutters to computers and software, the Northwest Georgia Home and Garden Show will offer guests a chance to find local businesses and learn about new trends. Moving to Cartersville's...
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Another arrest made in $12,000 silverware theft
Bartow County Sheriff's Investigators arrested a local woman in connection to a theft of more than $12,000 worth of silverware. According to Sheriff Clark Millsap in a press release Friday -- two i...
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DOT and NHTSA to tackle distracted driving
Drivers across the country may soon have new guidelines set forth by the U.S. Department of Transportation restricting in-vehicle use of electronic devices. With an increasing amount of in-vehicle ...
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BARTOW BLOTTER — 2.19
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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Late winter temperatures hampering plants’ flowers, new growth
With temperatures swinging from the upper 60s to the low 20s in the past two weeks, area gardeners like Jo Ann Dorsey have been hard at work, trying to rescue flowering plants from cold damage. For...
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Dads and daughters dance
Fathers and daughters gathered Saturday evening at the Cartersville Civic Center for the 5th annual Daddy-Daughter Dance sponsored by the Cartersville Parks and Recreation Department with help from...
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BARTOW BIO — Phillips plans for a greener tomorrow
With the digital age upon us, Missy Phillips longs for the quiet solitude found only in nature -- specifically among the trees. Scottish poet Alexander Smith once penned, "A man doesn't plant a tre...
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Sign-ups under way for Bartow County Hospitality Association's FAM Tour Feb. 23
To further acquaint representatives of the tourism and hospitality industry with treasures in their backyard, the Bartow County Hospitality Association will offer a FAM -- Familiarization -- Tour F...
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Proposed electric rate hike raises ire from area manufacturers
A proposed electric rate increase drew attention from some of the area's largest manufacturers as representatives attended Thursday's meeting of the Cartersville City Council from as far as Missour...
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Bartow's Budget: Citizen concerns over budget target animal control
* Editor’s Note: This is the first in an ongoing series that will look at Bartow County’s budget by department. Concerns over the county’s operating budget for 2012 continue to be raised even after...
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March for Babies campaign kicks off
With both of her children born prematurely, Katherine Fisher knows first hand how the March of Dimes benefits the health of newborns through education, research and advocacy. Currently serving as t...
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H&H Realty announces re-opening of Plantation Golf Course
After nearly an entire year, the former Plantation Golf Club will soon reopen as Woodland Hills Golf Club just in time for spring. Mark Harris, partner and broker of H&H Realty, announced Wednesday...
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St. Luke A.M.E. Church offers Wild Feast
Continuing the long-standing tradition of the Wild Feast, Joy Hill is coordinating the event that her late father, the Rev. Matthew D. Hill, helped spearhead at St. Luke A.M.E. Church. On Sunday, t...
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