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Dinner dispute leads to assault with a fork
Hide the silverware. An Acworth woman on Wednesday wielded a fork after an argument over dinner went awry. Lisa Mills allegedly began arguing with a family member over the meal about 7:15 p.m. when...
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Test prep includes positive thinking
Next week, third- through eighth-grade students will begin taking their annual Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests. In an effort to encourage Cartersville Elementary School students to meet their...
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Adairsville council OKs McDonald's expansion
Despite previous objections from a neighboring church, the Adairsville City Council voted unanimously Thursday to allow a McDonald’s restaurant to reduce the buffer between the two properties from ...
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Leadership Bartow looks inside Ga.'s largest industry
As the Leadership Bartow class of 2013 wraps up with the final of eight program days held each month since September, the leadership development program finished the year with a look at the state’s...
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Prom campaign focuses on positive 'Decisions'
Sixteen years ago, Eric Krug went from being a college athlete at Oglethorpe University to being confined to a wheelchair or walker without the use of his voice and much of his right hand, due to a...
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Severe weather moves in today
Strong storms associated with a cold front will sweep through the area today and into Friday. An upper level system and the associated cold front will approach the state today and push through over...
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Veteran's 15,000-mile journey passes through Bartow
A hero’s welcome awaited Mac McQuown Wednesday afternoon at Cartersville Fire Station 4. The U.S. Marine Corp veteran, carrying a large American flag, walked into Cartersville via U.S. Highway 41 j...
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Stilesboro Academy, 1903 courthouse focus of EVHS program
Known for their historic value, the Stilesboro Academy and the 1903 Bartow County Courthouse will take center stage Tuesday. By highlighting the structures, the Etowah Valley Historical Society wil...
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Cooperative Extension hosts open house

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Atlanta Steeplechase ‘begins and ends in Bartow’
With the 48th annual Atlanta Steeplechase taking shape Saturday, the host community will highlight its past and present attributes through the Team Bartow Village. “The Bartow Village is a proactiv...
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Currier spreads hospitality as new Downtown Development Authority head
From Main Street to sidestreets, the gleaming walls of the Booth Western Art Museum to shops under the bridge, Tara Currier looks forward to highlighting the restaurants, merchants and services ava...
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Mining roots run deep in Bartow County
Since the beginning of human migration, resources have played into the birth, development and decline of civilizations — from the nomadic hunting parties of Eurasia to the precious few wells of Ara...
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Extension office open house next week
On Tuesday, April 9, beginning at 4 p.m., the Bartow County Extension Office, 320 West Ave., in Cartersville, will host an open house. According to agent Paul Pugliese, the intent of the open house...
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CPD pill take-back event set for April 27
Two million pounds. In four previous drug take-back events, the Drug Enforcement Administration has received 1,018 tons of prescription medications. On Saturday, April 27, the Cartersville Police D...
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Camp Monarch offers 'a journey of hope, health and happiness' for cancer survivors
Planning to attend his fifth Camp Monarch offering, Bert Love is looking forward to interacting with fellow cancer survivors. Promoted as “a journey of hope, health and happiness,” the sixth annual...
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