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Bonds issued to advance Burnt Hickory Road extension
Members of the Cartersville Development Authority approved Wednesday the issuance of $6.28 million in bonds for construction of the proposed Burnt Hickory Road extension. The approximately 1.5 mile...
Oct 18, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 15 15 recommendations | email to a friend
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CBA accepts county, city utility transfer
Debt financing the water, sewer and gas utilities owned by Cartersville and Bartow County for the Toyo Tire and Highland 75 projects is now in the hands of the Cartersville Building Authority. The ...
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The following information — names
The following information — names, photos, addresses, charges and other details — was taken directly from Bartow County Sheriff’s Office jail records. Not every arrest leads to a conviction, and a ...
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U.S. Disc Dog World Finals to feature stiff competition
With at least eight former champions returning, competition is expected to be steep at the U.S. Disc Dog World Finals. To be held at Cartersville’s Dellinger Park from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday an...
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Crowds turn out for first day of early voting
Absentee in-person voting began Monday across the state, although it is more commonly known as early or advance voting. No matter what it’s called by voters, it drew a robust crowd on the first day...
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After 52 years, EMA's Payne ends career in emergency services
When Johnny Payne speaks, things happen. He said in January he would retire this year. It happened Friday. He said just weeks ago he did not want “them” — his friends and family — to see him cry wh...
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Barge: charter proponents' goal to 'silence' opposition
Earlier this month State School Superintendent John Barge was advised by Attorney General Sam Olens to remove statements in opposition of the state’s charter school amendment referendum after an At...
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Yanmar America introduces new 5 kW mCHP energy system
Yanmar America recently announced the rollout of its new 5 kW mCHP (micro-Combined Heat and Power) system, CP5WN. The new 5 kW system complements the current 10 kW system, CP10WN, and is designed f...
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Yanmar America celebrates 100th global anniversary
Yanmar America built its Adairsville manufacturing facility in 1999, but the company has roots stretching back 100 years and that corporate history was celebrated Friday with a ceremony commemorati...
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Pumpkin Picking: Fall spurs agritourism in Bartow
Along with brightly colored leaves and cooler temperatures, fall also brings increased traffic to pumpkin patches across north Georgia. Among the host of agritourism businesses operating in the are...
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DTF arrests two in prescription forgery scheme
Chief Thomas Culpepper of the Cartersville Police Department has announced the arrest of Stephen Curtis Chapman, 41, and Sarah Chapman (Barber), 37, both of Cartersville in connection with a prescr...
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Dundee inspires future astronomers at Tellus
As the astronomy program manager, David Dundee delights in being able to share his passion for outer space with Tellus Science Museum’s visitors. “No two days are the same: I get to train part-time...
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Bartow to form MPO along with municipalities
Bartow County and its municipalities will begin working toward forming a Metropolitan Planning Organization, which will bring local governments, county officials and Georgia Department of Transport...
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Racers arrested on Highway 41
Two suspects were arrested early Friday morning after allegedly racing down U.S. Highway 41 at speeds reaching 100 mph. A Bartow County Sheriff’s Office deputy was patrolling Highway 41 when he saw...
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Screening stressed during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
In the midst of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, medical professionals are stressing the importance of early detection. With the American Cancer Society estimating one in eight women will de...
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