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Testimony begins in 2013 murder trial
Testimony opened late Monday afternoon in the murder trial of Steven Eller and Tammy Murphy. Eller and Murphy are charged with malice murder, felony murder, concealing the death of another and poss...
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Behind the scenes: McMillan serves as longtime support for county gov't
With more than 40 years of public service experience under her belt, Assistant County Administrator Lane McMillan has seen four commissioners and three county administrators move through office. Fi...
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State bestows honors on local fire departments
On the afternoon of May 11, five Bartow County firefighters responded to a call on Lake Allatoona. There a 25-year-old male had traumatic injury to his left leg from a personal watercraft accident....
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Primrose Schools to hold annual meeting in Cartersville
After being gone for 15 years, corporate members of Primrose Schools are returning to Cartersville for two days. The Primrose Schools National Support Team, consisting of about 80 staff members nat...
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Adairsville seeking applicants for advisory boards
When the Adairsville City Council passed a resolution on establishing an appointment procedure to various city advisory boards Aug. 14, it effectively reset many of them to a like-new status. With ...
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Fall staple highlights historical venues
In spite of sweltering 90-degree temperatures, Bartow’s fall festival season is quickly approaching. Kicking off with Pioneer Days on Friday, thousands of local and out of town festival-goers are e...
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AMS looks forward to possibly its best year ever
Long, orderly lines of students moved seemlessly in and out of the Adairsville Middle School media center on Wednesday morning as a seventh-grader excitedly announced to passers-by that he had just...
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Bartow student named top shooter in the nation
Fifteen-year old Sam Payne is the most recent standout in a long line of Bartow County 4-Hers who have garnered attention for their achievements. Payne was named top shooter in the nation at the 4-...
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Cut-a-Thon for Autism offers Cartersville sites
For the fourth year, The Association of Stylists and Barbers will be “transforming looks and transforming lives” during its Cut-a-Thon for Autism Saturday and Sunday. While the organization encoura...
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Kingston council discusses replacement chief, water options
In a called work session Thursday night the Kingston City Council discussed its options in terms of how to address needed water utility repairs, Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax expenditures ...
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Cartersville council OKs restaurant expansion
Two weeks of searching failed to produce a satisfactory compromise in the debate over a proposed parking lot at Moore’s Gourmet Market at 221 Fite St. Cortney Hultman, owner of the popular restaura...
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Tate wins Freedom of Information Award as part of JQC
Earlier this year Cartersville Attorney Lester Tate won the Charles L. Weltner Freedom of Information Award from the Georgia First Amendment Foundation in recognition of his work on the Judicial Qu...
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Nonprofit University to host 'tune up' forum
Area nonprofits will have the opportunity to “tune up” their organization Friday by taking part in a Georgia Center for Nonprofits program. To be held Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Cartersvil...
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Booth to celebrate 11 years Saturday
On loan from the U.S. Army Center for Military History, the newest component of the War is Hell Civil War Gallery will be unveiled Saturday at the Booth Western Art Museum’s Birthday Party and Memb...
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Euharlee council holds mumble-free work session
Before the Euharlee City Council’s work session began Tuesday evening, council member Joseph “Jo-Jo” Turner established a special rule of order — no mumbling. Not that there hasn’t been mumbling be...
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