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Former AHS teacher a published author
Former Adairsville High School English teacher Roy Mitchell on Thursday made a visit to the new AHS campus for the first time and spoke to students about the writing process as well as his new book...
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Criminal cases begin Monday in Superior Court
Criminal jury trials are scheduled to begin Monday in the courtrooms of Bartow County Superior Court Judges Shepherd Howell and Scott Smith. Assistant District Attorney Mickey Thacker said several ...
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'O Tannenbaum': Christmas tree farms provide hands-on experience for families
For its owner Travis Cochran, Young Road Christmas Tree Farm provides an interactive, festive experience for families to partake in year after year. Situated on about 5 acres at 139 Young Road, Car...
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Business development seminars registering now for new year
Business consultants will come to Cartersville in 2013 for a series of seminars aimed at helping small business owners and potential small business owners alike. Beginning in January, the Small Bus...
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EVHS' pet rescue program sees results
Bolstered by its pet rescue program, the Etowah Valley Humane Society already has exceeded last year’s number of saved animals. “Rescue-wise we’re about 170 over where we were last year and we’re f...
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White gains two new eateries
Two new restaurants have opened in recent months in one of Bartow’s smallest municipalities. Since August, White has welcomed The Meating Place Cafe and La Cabaña to the city’s dining options. Both...
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DTF seizes guns, drugs and cash in 3 incidents
Gathered in the “war room” Friday morning, agents from the Bartow-Cartersville Drug Task Force handled seizures — guns, drugs, cash, paperwork — from three incidents Thursday evening. The DTF arres...
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Euharlee museum welcomes new director
After more than two months of searching, the Euharlee Historical Society welcomed its new museum director, Katie Odom, during a reception Dec. 4. Odom has an MBA in Heritage Preservation from Georg...
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BCSO road checks net 21 arrests, 29 citations
Bartow County Sheriff’s Office deputies took to the streets in recent weeks to address road safety around the county. According to BCSO information, the patrol division has held several highway saf...
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Child hit near Hwy. 293 identified
The child hit by a vehicle near Ga. Highway 293 has been identified as Ean Xavier Jobgen, 11, of Cartersville. Jobgen had been attempting to cross Highway 293 at Dean Street with his father when he...
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Bartow foundation awarding 2013 grants
The Bartow Education Foundation is in the process of contacting the local educators selected for the upcoming year’s round of classroom improvement grants. “We finished the grants [Tuesday] and we ...
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@White=[C] 'It's a Christmas tree...'
@White=[C] I have been following the war on Christmas for several years — actually, more like a war on Christianity. Seems pretty scary. But what I’m confused about, why only Christian religion and...
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There were several lasting legacies of the administration of George W
There were several lasting legacies of the administration of George W. Bush which have continued to cause problems for our nation, including the unwillingness to consider the intelligence informati...
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Canes' success spurs community spirit
Tonight, two high school football teams will do battle on the gridiron, but behind this and other games is a proud community at home in Cartersville. Inside the halls of Cartersville High School, P...
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Bradley bids farewell as county administrator
For 38 years, Steve Bradley has called Bartow County government home. On Tuesday, he will celebrate his retirement as county administrator, official Jan. 1. Bradley’s path to county administrator e...
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