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Flash flood watch extended thru tonight
A flash flood watch is in effect for parts of north-central, northeast and northwest Georgia until 8 p.m. tonight. The National Weather Service updated the severe weather alert at 3:37 p.m. Thursda...
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Band to rock out for 4-H
On Saturday, Aug. 17, classic rock cover band Shakin’ Grace will perform at The Grand Theatre with all proceeds going to benefit Bartow County’s 4-H club. Playing together as a group of friends, th...
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Acworth WWII veteran honored at Fort Gordon
Spending 33 months in the U.S. Army Air Corps, Bill Cheatham downplays his service in World War II, placing credit elsewhere. “We get a lot of credit for it and we appreciate every minute of it, bu...
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Officials urge caution on lake July 4
Foul weather is being forecasted to coincide with Fourth of July festivities, but in case the expected heavy rain holds out, Georgia Department of Natural Resource officials are urging boaters to p...
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Weather threatens events planned for Independence Day
With rainy weather forecasted for Independence Day, organizers of Cartersville’s Fourth of July events are in a wait-and-see mode as they contemplate whether to cancel or reschedule public offering...
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Authorities arrest second person for concealing man's death
Arrested at his home Monday morning, Phillip Jared Martin, 33, of Kingston, was the second person taken into custody in the case of remains found in Kingston. Authorities located the remains on a f...
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Brown reflects on DYW top-10 finish
Continuing Bartow County’s success in the Distinguished Young Women program, Avian Brown became the second consecutive local representative to capture a top-10 finish at the National Finals. “When ...
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Meth from Mexico: AP report reflects local trend
* Editor’s Note: Following a report last week from The Associated Press concerning the rise of methamphetamine from Mexico, The Daily Tribune News talked with the Bartow-Cartersville Drug Task Forc...
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Kingston council told to honor promises
Kingston City Council received an ultimatum at its July 1 work session. Keep your promises or else. Former Kingston Police Chief Walter Harrell’s employment was terminated in January 2012 by former...
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Cartersville approves budget amendment for trails
The Cartersville City Council on Monday approved a budget amendment to take $35,000 from budget reserves in order to continue the efforts for the Leake Mounds Trail. However, while the council vote...
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Brown reflects on DYW top-10 finish
By Marie Nesmith marie.nesmith@daily-tribune.com Continuing Bartow County’s success in the Distinguished Young Women program, Avian Brown became the second consecutive local representative to captu...
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Rhodes brings sense of adventure to CBCC role
In 2010, Bartow County opened the 44,000-square-foot Clarence Brown Conference Center, and at its helm ever since has been Melissa Rhodes. After a career in pharmaceutical sales, Rhodes headed up t...
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Battles named interim executive director of Etowah Scholarship Foundation
State Rep. Paul Battles, R-Cartersville, has been named the interim executive director of the Etowah Scholarship Foundation. “I’m thrilled at the possibility of working with the foundation. I’ve se...
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Aggressive driver, victim arrested after road rage incident
An aggressive driver and a woman who began as the victim were arrested Friday afternoon after a confrontation on Tennessee Street. According to the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office reports, Clayton B...
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Bartow’s Brown makes top 10 at DYW event
Bartow County’s Avian Brown earned a top 10 spot Saturday night at the Distinguished Young Women competition in Mobile, Ala. The 18-year-old, a 2013 graduate of North Cobb Christian School, compete...
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