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Luncheon honors public servants for 13th year
For the 13th year, Bartow County’s public servants will be honored during an annual luncheon next month. Started in September 2000, the luncheon provides a free steak meal to any Bartow public serv...
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Celebrate LifeRegistration under way for Relay survivors' dinner, lap
With Bartow County’s Relay for Life event less than two weeks away, Melissa Porter is looking forward to interacting with other cancer survivors as they celebrate life and help raise money for the ...
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Congratulations on Habitat for Humanity Home

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Loudermilk prepares for Republican convention
As the Republican National Convention, and Hurricane Isaac, nears, State Senator Barry Loudermilk is preparing for his trip to Tampa as one of Georgia’s 84 delegates and alternates. Loudermilk is t...
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StageWorks to present comedy play 'Completely Hollywood (abridged)'
StageWorks Inc. will showcase their comedic timing as the theater group presents “Completely Hollywood (abridged)” Aug. 31 and Sept. 1. “The reason we want to [present this production] is we did ‘T...
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Cagle in support of charter amendment
While State School Superintendent John Barge last week announced he is not in support of a charter school constitutional amendment, Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle defended the option, which residents will ha...
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Great Southern brings Suzuki violin program to young students
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Purchasing, human resources keep county rolling
* Editor’s Note: This is part of an ongoing series looking at Bartow County’s budget by department. While every county employee understands the importance of human resources — they are responsible ...
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GHC celebrates new student center
Leaders in the University System of Georgia as well as Georgia Highlands College Administration, students and community members gathered at the GHC Cartersville campus Wednesday morning to celebrat...
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Voter turnout betters some expectations
By matt shinall matt.shinall@daily-tribune.com With more than 50,000 registered voters in Bartow County, only 8,617 cast votes Tuesday to decide the county’s next sole commissioner and even fewer d...
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@White=[C] GHC celebrates new student center
@White=[C] Leaders in the University System of Georgia as well as Georgia Highlands College Administration, students and community members gathered at the GHC Cartersville campus Wednesday morning ...
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@White=[C] BHM presents History of Oak Hill Cemetery Aug. 30
@White=[C] A fixture of Cartersville for more than 170 years, Oak Hill Cemetery will be highlighted during Bartow History Museum’s evening lecture Aug. 30. “It’s significant in that it’s one of our...
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The 'Steves' win decisive run-off victories
Taylor takes run-off victory to become commissioner-elect By Matt Shinall matt.shinall@daily-tribune.com Carrying 60 percent of Tuesday’s runoff vote, Steve Taylor will take office Jan. 1 as Bartow...
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West Nile fears spread again, no cases seen in northwest Georgia
Following a mild winter across much of the nation, confirmed cases of West Nile Virus have reached record numbers since the disease entered America more than a decade ago. While cases have, for unk...
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Euharlee approves Sunday sales amendment, contracts
Euharlee businesses will be able to sell alcohol starting this Sunday as approved by the Euharlee City Council in a called meeting Tuesday night. The measure, approved in the July 31 primary, saw i...
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