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Cartersville council names Jones water superintendent
Cartersville City Council welcomed the new year by appointing a new water superintendent. Bob Jones, Cartersville’s assistant superintendent, replaces Jim Stafford who recently retired. “Bob has be...
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Missing man found in Bartow County
A man reported as missing out of Douglasville was found Wednesday night at a Chevron gas station on Ga. Highway 113. When the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office deputy arrived on scene, the complainant...
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@White=[C] Local medical experts report on flu in Bartow
@White=[C] In recent weeks, confirmed cases of the flu have been on the rise according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, with 25 states reporting widespread flu, including Georgia....
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@White=[C] DNR agent helps Wounded Warrior and son
@White=[C] While on patrol near Pine Log, Department of Natural Resources Sgt. Mike Barr met Tom Anglin and his 12-year-old son, Thomas. After speaking with them, Bar learned that Anglin served thr...
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Winter storm watch begins tonight
As a deep freeze not seen in decades descends on much of the country, Bartow County is under a winter storm watch beginning tonight and into Monday. The National Weather Service is calling for rain...
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Cartersville musician shares Gospel through CYHM Ministries
By Marie Nesmith marie.nesmith@daily-tribune.com For Vincent Carr, music is a powerful instrument to spread the word of God. As the founder of CYHM Ministries, the Cartersville resident is developi...
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@White=[C] Magistrate Judge Jones passes away
@White=[C] Magistrate Court Judge John Paul Jones passed away Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2013. Jones had served in the magistrate court since 2000 and continued his work up until his death, said Chief Magis...
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@White=[C] Highway 20 widening project gets underway
@White=[C] Plans to make Georgia Highway 20 four lanes from Interstate 75 to U.S. Highway 411 are gearing up, as crews are about to start digging up utility lines and right of ways are being cleare...
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@White=[C] Cartersville, Georgia Family History Center opens Tuesday
@White=[C] On Tuesday, the Cartersville, Georgia Family History Center will open its doors in the north end of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 870 Peeples Valley Road in Cartersvil...
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Vietnam veteran posthumously honored
By Jason Lowrey jason.lowrey@daily-tribune.com Although it happened more than a year ago, Janel Harrison still appreciates the plaque her son’s comrades gave her in his memory. Staff Sgt. Larry Har...
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PreK Book Buddies program brings reading home
The Bartow County Library System is teaming up with the Bartow County and Cartersville City school systems to promote the PreK Book Buddies program, which aims to introduce young students to readin...
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@White=[C] Rydal dog trainer pens 'Champion Disc Dog!'
@White=[C] Drawing from her experience as a disc dog trainer and competitor, Melissa Heeter has penned her first book, “Champion Disc Dog! — The Ultimate Guide to Getting Your Dog Airborne in 18 Da...
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City hall project tops Adairsville's 2013 SPLOST
Before 2013 ended, local governments released their final numbers on how Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax dollars were used during the year. Adairsville’s only project expenditure for the yea...
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@White=[C] Achieving resolutions an ongoing effort
@White=[C] As many Americans work to begin the new year on the right foot by beginning their New Year’s resolutions, experts in goal setting say it’s important to aim for long-term results rather t...
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Local schools grow in 2013
By Mark Andrews mark.andrews@daily-tribune.com In 2013, local school districts saw an expansion of facilties and programs, and leaders in the realm of education have announced their candidacy for v...
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