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United Way presents Ric Mason Memorial Golf Tournament May 5
Through its upcoming golf tournament, the United Way of Bartow County will continue to honor the legacy of one of its former board members. During Ric Mason’s service with the United Way, which end...
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Two sentenced in entering autos, burglaries
Two men were sentenced Tuesday after being arrested Dec. 19, 2013, in connection with a series of burglaries and entering autos. Cartersville police arrested Jeffrey Allan Lee, 25; Alex Stephen Dur...
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Cemetery cleanup fundraiser set for May 24
Nearly a half mile down a leaf-littered dirt road, a solitary iron stair rail juts abruptly from the thick cover of weeds, brambles and briars. At one time or another, there were steps leading into...
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County EMA readies for possible tornado outbreak
As powerful tornados carved an 80-mile path of destruction through Arkansas, Oklahoma and Kansas on Sunday, Bartow County’s Emergency Management Agency was already preparing for the worst. The Nati...
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Gobbi helps preserve Euharlee’s ‘rich heritage’
As Euharlee History Museum’s director, Katie Gobbi is delighted to interact with Euharlee’s residents and help preserve their past. “At the Euharlee History Museum, we have exhibits interpreting th...
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HCES gets new updates
One hundred fifty volunteers gathered at Hamilton Crossing Elementary School Saturday morning to help with projects around the campus. The school was chosen as the local site for Comcast Cares Day....
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70,000 lbs of Little Debbies litter I-75 after crash
An early morning crash on Interstate Highway 75 near exit 283 left the roadway littered with 70,000 pounds of Little Debbie cakes. The crash occurred around 3:25 Friday morning as traffic slowed ne...
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UGA's Morehead to speak at Quarterly Luncheon
Almost a year into his tenure as president of the University of Georgia, Jere Morehead will bring his economic development priority goals to Bartow County. Morehead, named the 22nd president of UGA...
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Prevention Survey to identify gaps in mental health services
Through its Prevention Survey, Bartow for Healthy Minds — formerly known as Behavioral and Emotional Health Resources — is seeking the public’s assistance to identify areas that need to be addresse...
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2 sentenced Tuesday
Two men in separate cases were sentenced Tuesday in Bartow County Superior Court. Michael Stephen Tackett was found guilty by a trial jury on March 20 for the felony crimes of aggravated battery, o...
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FDIC files suit against former Bartow County Bank directors, officers
In a 39-page suit filed in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia on April 14, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is seeking an unspecified money judgment during a jury tri...
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Hamrick Hub dedicated at Georgia Highlands
If there was one constant about Carolyn Hamrick’s life, it was her love of students. Just ask anyone that knew her. More than 150 family and friends gathered at Georgia Highlands College’s Cartersv...
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Permits available for Cartersville Farmer's Market vendors
With the Cartersville Farmer’s Market kicking off in June, prospective vendors are encouraged to obtain a permit for the 2014 season. Overseen by the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority and...
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Chamber to host 'old-fashioned' family fair
The deadline is approaching for Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce members to take part in the organization’s first Chamber Family Fair. To be held Thursday, May 8, the fair is intended...
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Governor signs sweeping gun legislation
In a move met with mixed feedback, Gov. Nathan Deal on Wednesday signed House Bill 60, legislation broadening Georgia’s gun carry laws. HB 60, which passed just before of the legislative session, o...
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