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Pumpkin patches offer seasonal experiences for families

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Leah Allen, granddaughter of Scott and June Allen, plays in Pettit Creek Farms’ pumpkin patch at 337 Cassville Road in Cartersville. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News

From an infant’s first steps to a child’s joy-filled smile, the staffs of Pettit Creek Farms and Pumpkin Patch Farm consider themselves blessed to offer memory-making experiences each fall.

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Cartersville Bluegrass & Folk Festival returns Saturday

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Cartersville resident Jim Haigler will be one of many local musicians performing at the Cartersville Bluegrass & Folk Festival. Presented by the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority and Main Street Program, the event will feature 14 musical acts on two stages Saturday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. in downtown Cartersville. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News

Known for his humorous and melancholy tones, folk singer Jim Haigler is looking forward to entertaining his hometown at the third annual Cartersville Bluegrass & Folk Festival. In his second appearance at the festival, Haigler will share the stage with fellow Bartow musicians Natalie Goodwin and Rick McKee.

 

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Proposed skydiving facility creates stir with residents

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Gene Cantrell stands on his Sewell Road property in Taylorsville holding a map showing a proposed skydiving operation adjacent to his land. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News

In a quiet corner of southwest Bartow County lies a cotton field at the center of a rezoning debate set to be heard Monday night before the Planning Commission.

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3 CMS eighth-graders become REACH Scholars

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Parents watch as their students sign their REACH Scholar contracts. From left are Leonard Omondi holding Addison Omondi, Anysia Boozer, Tamika Williams, Sahar Lara, Nuren Lara, Luis Lara, Hope Short, Tony Short and Kristi Short. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News

 
Three Cartersville Middle School eighth-graders have had a huge weight lifted off their families’ shoulders

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Bailey educates and entertains at Etowah Indian Mounds

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Keith Bailey is the interpretive ranger and curator at Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site in Cartersville. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News

Continuing to cultivate his interests in history and archaeology, Keith Bailey is serving as the interpretive ranger and curator at Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site.

 

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