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Cowboy festival offers something for everyone
Throughout this weekend, the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville is hosting its ninth annual Southeastern Cowboy Festival and Symposium. "Since I've been knee high to a duck, I've loved cowboy...
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Singles for Christ unite in faith, fellowship and mission work
For Rick Torrence, Welcome Home not only is the name of his Adairsville business, it is the feeling he wants to create for his homeowners. Through OneJesus Singles for Christ -- a singles ministry ...
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Reader takes exception to comments made by The Daily Tribune News' Sunday columnist
Dear Editor, On Sunday, October 16, 2011, I read the article by Mr. Louis DeBroux entitled, "Occupy Wall Street: The young and the clueless." I have come to the conclusion that Mr. DeBroux is the o...
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Aggressive driver pulls gun on driver
Thursday around 1:42 p.m., an officer was dispatched to the Waffle House parking lot on Glade Road in reference to an aggressive driving report. The complainant said that an unknown man pointed a g...
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Social media sites gain ground in hiring practices
With more than 800 million active members on Facebook and 350 billion tweets a day, social media has pervaded everyday life. Studies by the Pew Research Center found that half of all American adult...
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BARTOW BIO — Elections supervisor finds passion at the polls
It's easy to see Joseph Kirk is a techie. He proudly shows off a new recording device -- he also tapes the interview; a mechanism that will allow him to answer his office phone from anywhere in the...
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Agency to register applicants for Christmas assistance
Even though many parents still are tweaking their children's Halloween costumes, The Salvation Army's Cartersville Corps and Bartow's Toys for Tots already are planning for Christmas. With the comm...
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Frost advisory covers north Georgia
Records were nearly broken early in the week with temperatures in the mid-80s, but cooler weather has followed without delay as a cold front ushered in fall's first frost advisory Thursday. The Nat...
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Euharlee Police Department hosts GOHS event Thursday
Despite the chill Thursday night, officers from Euharlee Police Department, Bartow County Sheriff's Office and the Georgia State Patrol lined up along Euharlee Road for a safety check. The checkpoi...
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Bartow County Women's Resource Center offers Baby Bucks program
To foster positive parenting skills, the Bartow County Women's Resource Center is offering a new program called Baby Bucks. Since the program was introduced Aug. 1, the nonprofit's number of client...
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Students 'on fire' Wednesday despite cooler temps
The Storm Shelter at Cartersville High School came alive Wednesday night as students from five local high schools and students from Rockmart High School professed their faith in Jesus Christ and pr...
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Radon Week raises awareness of dangers
Local radon threat unlikely
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SPLOST to be used for library materials
The Bartow County Library system is expected to see funds gathered from the 2014 Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax cycle to be used toward materials. Carmen Sims, director of the Bartow County...
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Goodwill Career Center lines up job fair Thursday
Cartersville's Goodwill Career Center will do its part to combat stubbornly high unemployment rates with a job fair Thursday looking to match employers with qualified job seekers. Representatives f...
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Thanksgiving Can-A-Thon gets under way
Due to the economic climate, area food banks are struggling to keep pace with the rising demand for their services. To provide assistance, especially as the holidays approach, the Thanksgiving Can-...
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