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Woman's Escort crushed following deception
A woman called the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office to report a theft by deception. The woman said she had left her 1998 Ford Escort at a friend’s house in early September. The woman said she was adv...
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Islamic portion of CMS program stirs controversy
In response to multiple phone calls and inquiries, Cartersville School System Superintendent Dr. Howard Hinesley and Cartersville Middle School Principal Jeff Hogan explained why the school is hold...
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Donaldson enjoys 'cultivating constituents' at the Booth
On display at the Booth Western Art Museum through Jan. 25, 2015, the “Western American Art South of the Sweet Tea Line IV” spans 150 years of art history and highlights a broad range of media, inc...
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An Appalachian love affair: Dabney chronicals moonshiners
At 86, Joseph Earl Dabney’s love affair with Appalachia is strong as ever. The former Daily-Tribune reporter, author of “Mountain Spirits,” “More Mountain Spirits” and “Smokehouse Ham, Spoon Bread ...
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BCFD firefighters complete CSX training in Colorado
For the third time, Bartow County Fire Department took advantage of training hosted by CSX. BCFD Capts. Billy Ward and Bruce King in September attended crude-by rail incident response training at t...
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Educators prepare for Elementary Science Olympiad
Braving 50-degree temperatures and strong northerly winds, a group of Bartow County educators did their best to launch water-propelled rockets skyward Saturday without getting soaked in the process...
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Churches unite for Operation Inasmuch Sept. 27
Through her volunteer efforts with Operation Inasmuch, Melissa Schimke has seen firsthand how small acts of kindness can help transform a person’s qualify of life. Spearheaded locally by Heritage B...
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Bartow to gain 2,476 jobs in five years
With the past year’s string of business announcements and expansions, Bartow County will see 2,476 manufacturing-oriented jobs come to the community over the next five years. The total comes from a...
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Man stabbed in the morning, later airlifted
One person was airlifted Saturday morning after being stabbed. Bartow County Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer Sgt. Jonathan Rogers said a man was stabbed by another male at the Acworth r...
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Bartow Family Resources marks 25th anniversary Oct. 16
Bartow Family Resources will celebrate its 25th anniversary during the fourth annual Night of Life. The fundraising banquet will be held Oct. 16 from 6:15 to 8:30 p.m. at Tellus Science Museum, 100...
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Euharlee celebrates Nelson's induction into National 4-H Hall of Fame
Prior to her induction into the National 4-H Hall of Fame, the late Emmie Nelson will be recognized by her hometown at the Euharlee Historical Society’s quarterly membership meeting Saturday. To be...
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Cartersville readies for expected harsh winter
Should the predictions of a snowier than normal winter come to pass, Cartersville will be ready. According to the 2015 edition of the Farmers’ Almanac, this winter will see below-normal temperature...
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Eggs and Issues recognizes Breast Cancer Awareness Month
To help raise awareness of how 1 in 8 women are affected by breast cancer, the Adairsville Council’s October Eggs and Issues breakfast heard from The Hope Center at Cartersville Medical Center on h...
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Friend begins fundraising for family affected by fire
When a fire heavily damaged the home they were renting, a friend of Christopher and Davita Clanton decided to step in. “I started the fundraiser because these people and their kid are more than fri...
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Bartow bank deposits drop by $36 million
As of June 30, bank deposits in Bartow County have fallen by approximately $36 million from the year before. According to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, on June 30, 2013, banks in Barto...
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