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Students 'on fire' Wednesday despite cooler temps
The Storm Shelter at Cartersville High School came alive Wednesday night as students from five local high schools and students from Rockmart High School professed their faith in Jesus Christ and pr...
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Radon Week raises awareness of dangers
Local radon threat unlikely
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SPLOST to be used for library materials
The Bartow County Library system is expected to see funds gathered from the 2014 Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax cycle to be used toward materials. Carmen Sims, director of the Bartow County...
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Goodwill Career Center lines up job fair Thursday
Cartersville's Goodwill Career Center will do its part to combat stubbornly high unemployment rates with a job fair Thursday looking to match employers with qualified job seekers. Representatives f...
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Thanksgiving Can-A-Thon gets under way
Due to the economic climate, area food banks are struggling to keep pace with the rising demand for their services. To provide assistance, especially as the holidays approach, the Thanksgiving Can-...
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Local merchants learn to protect against shoplifters
As the Christmas holiday shopping season approaches, shoplifting and petty thefts are expected to increase. Anticipating potential crime, the Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce hosted a...
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BCSO investigating woman's homicide
The Bartow County Sheriff's Office's deputies and investigators continue to look into the death of 49-year-old Juanita Thompson whose death is considered not to be a random act. She was believed to...
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Life in a man’s world: Female firefighters are overcoming the odds
By Amanda Stegall amanda.stegall@daily-tribune.com Women have traditionally been known to fill certain roles in the occupational world such as that of teacher, nurse and librarian. So, when the fir...
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Man arrested after officer finds him smoking meth
Cartersville police arrested a man Sunday evening after the officer discovered him smoking methamphetamine in his room at 1400 Joe Frank Harris Parkway. According to the incident report, the office...
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Multitude of Halloweenevents on tap
While young pirates and princesses prepare to collect candy from their neighbors on Oct. 31, numerous activities across the county are getting under way to indulge any sweet tooth or ghostly appeti...
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A Taste of Cartersville
Photos by SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News
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Library system assesses offerings with survey
To help its staff prioritize resources and outline future services, the Bartow County Library System is conducting a community survey this month. "The purpose of the community survey is to allow li...
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Anheuser-Busch to invest $34 million in Cartersville brewery
Cartersville's Anheuser-Busch brewery will see improvements over the next few years thanks to corporate-wide investments totaling more than $1 billion. Local upgrades in the amount of $34 million i...
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Century Bank CEO recognized by Bankers Association
Rick Drews, CEO of Century Bank of Georgia and CBB Bancorp in Cartersville, was recognized recently by the Community Bankers Association of Georgia (CBA) for his 33 years of service to the communit...
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Booth Western Art Museum sets stage for ninth annual Southeastern Cowboy Festival and Symposium
In its ninth offering, the Booth Western Art Museum's Southeastern Cowboy Festival and Symposium is poised to entertain and educate more than 5,000 visitors. Set for Oct. 20 to 23, the event will c...
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