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Airport's economic impact strong despite economy
A recent article from Georgia Public Broadcasting News explored impacts of the economic recession on community airports finding that most public-use facilities have been hit hard by the recession, ...
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City officials tour new public safety headquarters
Cartersville Mayor Matt Santini, City Manager Sam Grove and members of the city council were given their first look at the new public safety building on Cassville Road Tuesday afternoon. Fire Chief...
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Cartersville introduces new website bidding notification system
Service and product providers looking to do business with the city of Cartersville are now able to sign up for automatic notifications. The system update will simplify the internal process for city...
Jul 17, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 12 12 recommendations | email to a friend
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Big Latch On returns to Cartersville Aug. 4
To promote World Breastfeeding Week, Jacky Souders is encouraging nursing mothers to participate in the United States' second synchronized Big Latch On event. Hosted locally by the Cartersville res...
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Daily Tribune News wins Georgia Press Association award
The Daily Tribune News last week received a first-place award from the Georgia Press Association. Managing Editor Jessica Loeding took the top award in the investigative reporting category for the ...
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A real trooper: Tanner brings quiet presence as GSP Post 3 commander
A meeting with Sgt. Kyle Tanner leaves an impression -- one of a man who is soft-spoken but direct, a law enforcement leader outside the limelight. Named the commander of Georgia State Patrol Post ...
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Grand Theatre actress to star in made-for-television movie
With her on-stage and small-screen productions being presented over the next 14 days, area residents will have two opportunities to view the acting talents of Victoria Staley. Along with portraying...
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In-county mission effort inspires students to serve for a lifetime
While some of her neighbors may savor the sound of a steady rain, Betty Cagle is just beginning to feel its benefits. With downpours flooding her backyard and transforming it into an inhospitable p...
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Structures lost in overnight fires
Bartow County Fire Department worked two residential fires within an hour of each other overnight Friday. According to BCFD Firefighter Tim Smith, units were first dispatched to a log cabin on Madd...
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The following information -- names
The following information -- names, photos, addresses, charges and other details -- was taken directly from Bartow County Sheriff's Office jail records. Not every arrest leads to a conviction, and ...
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Community gets chance to weigh in on Sunday sales
Bartow County is following the trend of Cartersville and Kingston, giving residents the option to vote for Sunday alcohol sales via the July 31 primary election. "If the governing authority, in our...
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Bartow business provides support for Floyd County inmates
We thought of everything, goggles, gloves, hard hats, sun hats, sunblock and the one thing we didn't really think about extensively was their feet. So this was a lesson learned to us and we're goin...
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Dead, undead gather at public square
Friday, July 13 was the day a Zombie Apocalypse hit Cartersville. The event, promoted on Cartersville UNCUT's Facebook page, drew more than 150 people of all ages. Most attendees were in makeup and...
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Library encourages patrons' use of 'the force'
For young fans of the "Star Wars" film franchise and their parents, July 26 will provide an opportunity to engage in film crafts and activities as well as interact with costumed movie characters fr...
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Summer camps spur imagination, learning
Through the Georgia Museums Inc.'s summer camps, more than 170 youth are seizing the opportunity to broaden their creativity and knowledge. For 8-year-old Ali Dyke, making a mask and a peacock draw...
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