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Students at Excel Christian Academy spent last week celebrating their choice of schools. Jan. 22-28 was designated National School Choice Week, a nonpartisan, nonpolitical effort that raises awareness about the school choice options parents have … more
Four years after an EF3 tornado, packing 165 mph winds, tore a wide swath of destruction through Adairsville, the city has for the most part rebuilt. The story was much different just before noon on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2013. The tornado carved … more
Clear Creek Elementary School is filled with good students who want to serve their community. The service organization is for fourth- and fifth-graders who maintain all A’s and B’s, with at least three A’s, on each report card and complete … more
A change in the way Chattahoochee Technical College students are getting information has resulted in a change in the structure of two campuses. Making the front-line positions in those two departments available only on designated campuses is a … more
“I go into Southern Muggs for coffee every day and that’s behind the Olive [Tree & Vine] place. So they told me about [the] wine tasting, and I just think that Jennifer is awesome,” said Millsaps, referring to the co-owner of Olive Tree … more
Ushering in the new year on a high note, Melinda Lemmon — executive director for Cartersville-Bartow County Department of Economic Development — is delighted to announce the Hühoco Group plans to open a new facility at Highland 75 … more
Chattahoochee Technical College started a new semester with more than 2,000 new students and an increase in enrollment over last spring. The state’s largest technical college launched its spring semester Jan. 17 with 9,977 students registered … more
A weekend visioning session by the Cartersville City Council resulted in 10 goals to meet within the year. “We began by asking ourselves several questions,” City Manager Sam Grove said, “Like ‘What are the issues facing Cartersville in … more
Some of Bartow County’s most creative teachers have been rewarded for their ability to think outside the box. At its annual Teacher Grant Banquet Tuesday night at the Clarence Brown Conference Center, the Bartow Education Foundation awarded 256 … more
“I have GATA2 deficiency also known as MonoMAC syndrome,” Womack said. “This is a very rare condition, typically only diagnosed somewhere around 50 times per year. This is a genetic disease [that] left untreated will most certainly manifest … more
Bartow cancer patients requiring specialized radiation therapy may soon receive treatment without having to leave the county. The Hope Center at Cartersville Medical Center broke ground Wednesday on an addition that will house the Truebeam … more
They may not have made it to the state championship, but Clear Creek Elementary School’s robotics team members did well in the super-regional competition. The CCES Master Builders Red Team — fifth-grader Katelyn Miller; fourth-graders Peyton … more
For two Bartow County residents, attending the 58th Presidential Inauguration went in the books as a once-in-a-lifetime experience that will never be forgotten. Brandon Roberts of White and Lisa Loggins of Cartersville were part of a 20-member … more
“I was a strong supporter of Hillary Clinton, and I volunteered for her campaign because I wanted to help elect the first female president of the United States of America,” Benowitz said. “I’ve found Trump reprehensible since 2011 when he … more
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