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Warm winter may present home and garden challenges
As winter temperatures reached the low 70s Saturday, the unseasonably warm weather provided not only an opportunity for outdoor enthusiasts, but it may well provide a foothold for weeds and insects...
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Library's winter reading program is heating up
The Bartow County Library System is encouraging patrons to curl up with a good book for the “Between the Covers” adult winter reading program, which includes a drawing for a $100 Visa card. “Our wi...
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Serving the Underserved
For the Bartow Health Access, January is cause for celebration. Along with marking its fifth anniversary, the Cartersville nonprofit’s goal to evolve from a referral center to a primary health care...
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New Year, New Faces: Sullivan begins first full term on county school board
Never faltering in her commitment to the job, Anna Sullivan was sworn in last month to her first full term as Bartow County Board of Education Post 5 member. “When I was sworn in to the board appoi...
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Boy awaits multivisceral transplant to survive
An 11-year-old boy awaits a multivisceral transplant to survive, after complications from a past surgery. Dalton Robinson has been through a lot. In 2009, his mother died of a drug overdose and his...
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Local, national health organizations urge flu vaccination
As the effects of an early flu season become apparent, local health organizations such as Northwest Georgia Public Health are joining the Center for Disease Control in reminding the public flu shot...
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January marks National Blood Donor Month
During a hectic holiday season, regular blood donors often postpone or reduce the frequency of donations. This annual trend, paired with this year’s strong flu season, has led to low supply levels ...
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School board election in March, appointment remains unclear
The Bartow County Board of Elections on Friday voted to approve Tuesday, March 19, as the date for the Bartow County Board of Education Post 3 special election. Qualifying will begin at the Bartow ...
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White to begin sewer engineering
After meeting its self-imposed New Year’s deadline for 140 new sewer customers, White can now move forward into phase two of its sewer project. City Engineer John Sweitzer said during the White Cit...
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Attempted fraud leads to car chase
On Thursday, Jan. 10, at 10:49 a.m., a Cartersville Police Department officer was dispatched to North Georgia Financing, 1450 Joe Frank Harris Parkway in reference to a forgery report. The officer ...
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Leadership Bartow explores health, wellness
From medical service providers to family physicians and nutritionists, Leadership Bartow brought together experts from around the health care industry for this year’s Leadership Bartow Health & Wel...
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DTF arrests 6 at tire business
Agents from the Bartow-Cartersville Drug Task Force on Thursday evening executed a search warrant at a local business after an investigation concerning the sale of narcotics. DTF Commander Capt. Ma...
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Tellus to present Nikon Small World Exhibit
As Tellus Science Museum turns 4 on Saturday, its first temporary exhibit of 2013 is taking shape. Showcasing the art of photomicrography, the Nikon Small World Exhibit will open Jan. 18 and featur...
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Adairsville begins renovation process for city hall
The process for renovating Adairsville’s city hall can now get under way with the Adairsville City Council’s approval during its Thursday night meeting. After this approval City Manager Pat Crook c...
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City schools to appoint committee heads, approve calendar
The City of Cartersville Board of Education on Monday will elect its school board officers for 2013, which will include school board president, vice president and secretary. The positions currently...
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