Bank robbery may become federal case
Local authorities on Thursday said the robbery of a Cartersville bank last week may be turned over to federal agents. Cartersville police took over the investigation into the Oct. 21 robbery of Ren...
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GSP charges DUI driver in fatal crash
One man has been charged in a crash Thursday night that left two people dead. Georgia State Patrol Public Information Officer Tracey Watson said about 8:30 p.m. Thursday two vehicle were traveling ...
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LakePoint to host B3 run Nov. 8
In one week people from across the Southeast will be running through Bartow County and Emerson for beer, barbecue and a block party. Known as the B3 run, the LakePoint Sporting Community event will...
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Delores, Cass slip past Rome
On a night where the temperature was cold and the wind was, blowing the Cass Colonels defeated the Rome Wolves, 24-21. Colonels’ kicker Pablo Delores kicked a 31-yard game-winner with 1:05 left in ...
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Cass homecoming king extends thanks
Continuing to thrive at Cass High, Trenton Rolen recently was elected homecoming king, courtesy of the school’s student body. “I was very [surprised] that I made it to homecoming court, but, when I...
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First responders, health care officials plan for flu season, Ebola concerns
by Jessica Loeding
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By Jessica Loeding jessica.loeding@daily-tribune.com Don’t panic. That’s the message emergency response officials stress with the arrival of cold and flu season on the heels of rising Ebola concern...