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@White=[C] 3 arrested on fed charges to appear in court
@White=[C] Three men arrested Saturday on federal charges will make their first court appearance today. Federal Bureau of Investigation Atlanta Field Division Special Agent Stephen Emmett said Terr...
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@White=[C] Library hosts work of Mission Road Students, Teague
@White=[C] Proud family members on Tuesday convened at the Cartersville branch of the Bartow County Library System to enjoy the library’s bi-weekly art display in the Children’s section, which curr...
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Arbor Day welcomes growth in Bartow County
By Mark Andrews and Jason Lowrey mark.andrews@daily-tribune.com Locations across Bartow County on Friday, Feb. 21, became a little greener as Master Gardeners, students and other community members ...
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Evans continues economic development endeavors
By Jason Lowrey jason.lowrey@daily-tribune.com Even in retirement, Ronnie Evans is no stranger to economic development. Though recently reappointed to another term on the Development Authority of B...
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@White=[C] Adairsville council debates closing crossing
@White=[C] Adairsville City Council considered hiring more cops, closing railroad crossings and making four city streets one way. Police chief Robert Jones described his department as being in “dir...
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3 arrested for firearms, explosives
By Jessica Loeding jessica.loeding@daily-tribune.com Multiple agencies on Saturday were involved in the arrests of three people on federal charges. Agents and personnel with the Bartow-Cartersville...
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@White=[C] Linda C. Parnes
@White=[C] Linda C. Parnes, 66, of Cartersville, passed away on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2014, at Emory Healthcare in Atlanta. Born on March 20, 1947, in Chicago, Ill., she was the daughter of the late Ca...
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Organization tops Euharlee council debates
Debates concerning Euharlee’s organization chart continued Tuesday night, with two council members expressing themselves at length. During the Euharlee City Council’s work session, Mayor Dennis Tha...
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Tallatoona CAP taking applications for heating assistance
By Jason Lowrey jason.lowrey@daily-tribune.com Even though Bartow County residents have enjoyed warmer temperatures recently, the Tallatoona Community Action Partnership is still working to ensure ...
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Home invasion, child molestation cases top court calendar
Almost 20 cases were listed as potential priority cases when Bartow County Superior Court convenes Monday. Cherokee Judicial Circuit District Attorney Rosemary Greene released Friday a list of crim...
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Copperhead Highway's 'Weight of the World' takes flight
By Marie Nesmith marie.nesmith@daily-tribune.com After receiving little notice for about 10 months, Copperhead Highway’s “Weight of the World” video is gaining heavy traction on the Southern gospel...
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In less than two weeks
In less than two weeks, 11 couples will vie for top honors in the Cartersville Dances with the Stars benefit. On March 1, teams — comprised of a local “celebrity” and an experienced dancer — will t...
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Lupus Foundation to host third annual symposium
By Jason Lowrey jason.lowrey@daily-tribune.com In an effort to show that some health problems may in fact be lupus, the Georgia chapter of the Lupus Foundation of America will host its third lupus ...
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Summer Hill history program to feature Gerald Rose
Despite schools being dismissed for nearly a week due to snow and there being a current winter break, the Summer Hill Heritage Museum’s African American History Program is in full swing. Local kind...
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Smith helps extend classroom offerings to Tellus
For Tellus Science Museum Director of Education Cantey Smith, working to inform students about the exhibits of the museum’s galleries was a smooth transition for the longtime educator. As she helps...
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