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AIDS Alliance emphasizes personal responsibility
Even though World AIDS Day was observed Dec. 1, Lola Thomas — executive director for the AIDS Alliance of Northwest Georgia — believes personal responsibility should be stressed yearlong in the fig...
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Strickland works for Bartow economic development
As the acting head of the Development Authority of Bartow County, Eric Strickland has been a busy man this year. In November alone, the authority approved an incentive package for Shaw Industries’ ...
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20 years of brewing and no sign of stopping
When Anheuser-Busch first announced it was considering building a brewery in Bartow County, it was no sure thing. In fact, then Vice President and Group Executive Barry H. Beracha put the chances o...
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Local, state runoff elections scheduled for Dec. 3
Two elections will be decided Dec. 3 as Bartow County voters go back to the polls for runoff races. In Adairsville Kenneth “K.C.” Carson is facing off against Lee Castro to represent Adairsville Ci...
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Grand Theatre unveils holiday entertainment schedule
To provide holiday cheer for people of all ages, The Grand Theatre will host a pair of ballets and an orchestra performance this month. “Every year, we have three [holiday] events in the month of D...
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Christmas tree farms offer a fresh alternative
Retail stores were not the only businesses to see a great deal of shoppers on Black Friday. At Young Road Christmas Tree Farm, owner Travis Cochran said, “We were very busy from the time we opened ...
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Chatt Tech program making a splash in Ga.
Chattahoochee Technical College’s North Metro Campus currently is expanding capabilities within its Environmental Technology program. Director Bejie Herrin said the implementation of a new lab and ...
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Man arrested after victim records threats on phone
A Bartow County Sheriff’s deputy was called to a Rolling Hills Drive residence after James Stephens allegedly threatened members of the home located at the address. While en route to the address, t...
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@White=[C] Vendors, organizers looking forward to 2014 Bridal Expo
@White=[C] With the 2014 Northwest Georgia Bridal Expo a little more than two months away, vendors and organizers are anticipating another successful showcase of local businesses and upcoming weddi...
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Pine Log UMC lights up season Sunday
Like a scene from a movie, Pine Log United Methodist Church’s congregation found the perfect Christmas tree. When member Dee Ray began looking for a suitable tree for the church’s first-ever outdoo...
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Magnolia Gardens tenants struggle against new management
Tenants of Magnolia Gardens Apartments on Leake Street in Cartersville are alleging a new management company is attempting to illegally run them out of their homes. Marti Vadeboncoeur, who is actin...
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Christmas on the Square to be held Dec. 7
As the city of Adairsville gears up for its annual Christmas on the Square event to be held Saturday, Dec. 7, from 4:30 to 8 p.m., spots are still available for the crowd-pleasing parade. “There’s ...
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'I'll Be Home for Christmas' opens Dec. 6 at The Legion Theatre
With World War II looming, “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” highlights a 1940s family preparing for the holidays. Describing its story as “uplifting,” Stacey Bern is excited to bring the musical to the...
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@White=[C] Euharlee kicks of holiday season with Festival of Trees, parade
@White=[C] As families revisit their favorite Thanksgiving recipes, the residents of Euharlee are preparing to usher in Bartow’s holiday season with the 11th annual Festival of Trees. Through the e...
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Cass High pitcher raises donation for homeless shelter
By Jessica Loeding jessica.loeding@daily-tribune.com When Cass High School’s baseball program began its fundraiser, Chris Hill took selling fruit a step further. The junior pitcher decided to sell ...
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