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Results from MAGIC camp are no illusion
Bartow County is looking for female high school students ages 14 and up to participate in this year’s Mentoring a Girl in Construction camp, to be held June 17-21 at Cass High School and July 8-12 ...
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NA Infrared trucks roll into Bartow
North American Infrared, asphalt repair division of global equipment manufacturer Kasi Infrared, is making its debut in the Southeast with a new office located in Cartersville. The first of several...
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Child molestation tops criminal trials
When Bartow County Superior Court convenes Monday, the trial of a woman facing 13 counts in a child molestation case is among the cases expected to be sounded first. Miranda Dawn Henry faces more t...
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Cartersville mother-daughter duo now schoolmates at Medtech College
Even though they are 20 years apart, Tracie Hardy-Banks and her daughter, Ebony Banks, find themselves schoolmates at Medtech College’s Marietta campus. This turn of events happened at the encourag...
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Sequestration hits home front
Phoenix Air announces reduction in force Over the past two weeks, Phoenix Air Group, headquartered at the Cartersville-Bartow County Airport, has had a reduction in force of less than 10 employees ...
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Arrest made in Dec. shooting
Investigator: Victim ‘at the wrong place at the wrong time’
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CMC recognizes 2013 Frist Award recipients
For their service to others in times of need, three Cartersville Medical Center team members were recognized Wednesday with the Frist Humanitarian Awards. HCA hospitals around the world honor the c...
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State and local CCRPI scores released
State School Superintendent John Barge on Tuesday released first-year results of the Georgia College and Career Ready Performance Index, the state’s new accountability system that replaces the No C...
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Santini presents State of the City at luncheon
Business leaders and community members gathered for lunch and networking Monday as the Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce hosted the first Quarterly Business Luncheon. Cartersville Mayo...
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McMillan approaches life and work with enthusiasm
Bartow native Leslie McMillan takes pride in her hometown and her work as vice president of Government & Community Development for the Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce. She can be see...
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Woodland High celebrates STEM Day
Schools across Bartow County and the country on Friday, May 3, took part in science, technology engineering and math activities during Gov. Nathan Deal’s first STEM Day. “In Bartow County this year...
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Stilesboro Improvement Club says 'Thank You'
Members of the Stilesboro Improvement Club hosted the annual Stilesboro Academy May Picnic to thank the community for helping keep the historic building alive. The picnic has taken place on the fir...
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Rivers Alive awards Bartow clubs for continued service
Two local youth organizations were recognized recently for their efforts in protecting and maintaining Georgia’s waterways. The annual Rivers Alive awards banquet recognized Bartow County 4-H and C...
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Power of Prayer: National observance highlights 'unity through diversity'
Regarded as one of the top organized National Day of Prayer observances in the state, Cartersville’s offering drew up to an estimated 500 people Thursday. With the community coming together across ...
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Lowe's grant brightens school courtyard
Cartersville Elementary School’s courtyard recently saw some improvements thanks to a $3,000 Lowe’s Toolbox for Education grant. “Students, teachers and parents enjoy being outside on a beautiful d...
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