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Officer uses footprints to track naked, drunk man
At 2:27 a.m. Saturday, a Bartow County Sheriff’s Office deputy responded to a call about a naked man walking through a neighborhood, according to the BCSO incident report. The complainant told the ...
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Barton Funeral Home expands into new building
After many years of serving families from the historic building on Adairsville’s Main Street, Barton Funeral Home has moved into a new building just blocks away. Now located on Summer Street, in wh...
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Barge to base campaign on education, job growth
By filing his application Tuesday, State School Superintendent John Barge officially launched his Republican campaign for governor of Georgia. It will be a campaign focusing on improving Georgia’s ...
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AHS students learn election day
Votes cast this year for Adairsville High School’s homecoming court and student council will be a little easier to count, thanks to the aid of voting machines provided by the Bartow County Election...
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Goodwill to host job fair in Cartersville
The Cartersville Career Center location for Goodwill of North Georgia, 929 Joe Frank Harris Parkway S.E., will host a job fair Thursday, Sept. 12, from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. “Our career centers are...
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SPLOST up for Cartersville schools
Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax revenues are up slightly says Kelley Dial, finance committee chair for the Cartersville City Board of Education. Dial reported during Thursday’s work session ...
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Cartersville council approves $4 million for repairs
Cub Scouts from Pack 15, Trinity United Methodist Church, three fingers tightly clasped in the Scout salute, led the Cartersville City Council in the Pledge of Allegiance last night, then stuck aro...
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Eggs and Issues gets background on Shaw win
With the new Shaw plant officially coming to Adairsville, the details about Project Rectangle are now out in the open. As part of the Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce’s monthly Eggs a...
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Man runs from police
On Tuesday, a man monitoring a police scanner in his home knew law enforcement was on their way to arrest him and he was ready to run, according to a Bartow County Sheriff’s Office incident report....
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School Daze blossoms Sept. 14, 15
For Magnolia Garden Club President Jo Ann Dorsey, the upcoming School Daze flower show is the ideal opportunity for her fellow members and the Bartow County Master Gardeners to share their love of ...
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Man jumps from truck during pursuit
When he couldn’t get away from police in a truck, a man tried running through the woods Tuesday night. A Bartow County Sheriff’s Office deputy was in the area of Glade Road on Cox Farm Road about 9...
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'Convention: Two Days of Comic Books Gone Bad' to open Sept. 13
As the director of “Convention: Two Days of Comic Books Gone Bad,” Tony Bowers is tapping into familiar territory. Set at a comic book convention, The Pumphouse Players’ production will open Sept. ...
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Kingston qualifying rumors unfounded
According to an email sent to The Daily Tribune News Wednesday afternoon by a concerned Kingston resident, rumors have been circulating in Kingston about city council and mayoral candidates being i...
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Law enforcement warns of scams targeting seniors
Senior citizens have been a targeted population for money scams, according to recent police incident reports, surveys and calls to the Daily Tribune News. Jonathan Rogers, public information office...
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Averett sworn in as associate juvenile court judge
Sworn in before a standing room only crowd, Jamie G. Averett on Wednesday joined the Juvenile Court of Bartow County as associate judge. “Twelve years ago, almost exactly to the day, I made my firs...
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