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From Wyoming to Cartersville: 'Today's West!' exhibit kicks off during Southeastern Cowboy Festival & Symposium
To help bolster its audience during the winter months, the Buffalo Bill Center’s Western art collection is traveling east. Split between a pair of concurrently running exhibitions at the High Museu...
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Three candidates vying to be Kingston mayor
This year three candidates are in the running to be Kingston’s mayor. Incumbent Ron Casey is facing off against challengers Wanda Penson and Jeannette Perkins-Graves. Kingston residents will decide...
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Fire depts, CSX partner for hazmat drill
In the drizzle of a cool morning, Bartow County and Cartersville fire departments and CSX personnel gathered in the railroad’s rail yard off Industrial Park Road. Tank cars and rail cars sit on the...
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AMS Pink Out and 5K approaching
With its move to a new location, Adairsville Middle School will hold its last Pink Out field presentation on Friday, Oct. 25, beginning at 9 a.m., at the Adairsville High School football field. How...
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Euharlee to draw thousands with festival, Ghost Walk
Through a pair of unrelated events, Euharlee will take center stage over the next two weekends. Known for retaining the oldest covered bridge in the state, the town is expected to draw thousands of...
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Ruling allows Laughridge to stay on Senate ballot
Bartow County Republican Matt Laughridge will be staying on the Senate District 14 ballot for Nov. 5. Judge Michael Malihi, an administrative law judge with the Office of State Administrative Heari...
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Downtown business district nominated for National Register
Downtown Cartersville may soon be able to share a distinction with neighboring towns including Acworth, Adairsville, Marietta and Rome. If approved, the entire historic downtown business district w...
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Cartersville High hosts College and Career Day
Cartersville High School juniors and seniors on Thursday were given the opportunity to visit with representatives from about 55 colleges who converged upon the school’s Storm Center during the CHS ...
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Commissioner approves 3 resolutions
Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor made quick work of Wednesday’s public meeting. After approving the minutes of the last meeting, he quickly approved resolutions authorizing an agreement with...
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Edward Jones' Chandler wins Five Star Award
Bartow County financial advisors are on a roll this month. In addition to three other local winners of the Five Star Award for professional services, Bill Chandler, a financial advisor with Edward ...
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Bartow County Lions Club seeks members
With a focus on community service, a new Lions Club is starting to take shape. Called the Bartow County Lions Club, the group currently has 15 members and needs five more by the end of the year to ...
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Cartersville police asking for help in identifying pair
The Cartersville Police Department is asking for the community’s help in identifying a man and woman. According to a CPD release, the man may be in his late 20s or early 30s and has tattoos on both...
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Late trooper honored with Highway 20 dedication
More than 50 years after he lost his life in the line of duty, Georgia State Patrol Trooper Frederick Herman “Foots” Looney was honored Tuesday by the agency. Family, GSP troopers and friends gathe...
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Cartersville Bluegrass & Folk Festival takes center stage Saturday
Based on the number of inquiries, representatives of the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority and Main Street Program are expecting a large turnout for the first Cartersville Bluegrass & Fol...
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Kingston's general fund $24,000 in the red
After several months of waiting for overdue audits, the Kingston City Council learned Monday that the city’s general fund was $24,373 in the hole. With Mayor Ron Casey absent, Mayor Pro-Tem Louise ...
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