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According to a news release from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites Division, “Newly released economic impact figures from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources show that Georgia State Parks … more
A faulty sensor at Emerson’s Lift Station No. 1 caused 5,000 gallons of untreated effluent to flow into a tributary of the Etowah River Monday. “We were notified Monday night that there was a problem at the lift station on Allatoona Pass … more
The Cartersville plant received two new multi-packers and programming and metering devices to increase energy efficiency Fahrenkrog said another initiative involves energy savings. “All previous fluorescent lighting in the brewery will be … more
A former educator for Bartow History Museum, Elise Petersen is looking forward to revisiting the venue Wednesday to lead its Lunch and Learn program. Starting at noon, the offering titled Eating Like a GI: Eating, Hunger and Food in World War II … more
Euharlee Elementary School continues its streak as the recycling champ. The 485-student school won the elementary division of the annual Keep Bartow Beautiful School Recycling Contest for the fourth consecutive year, bringing in a total of … more
Striving to recruit new members, the American Legion Carl Boyd Post 42 invites veterans and their families to learn more about the organization Saturday. “I served for 15 years in the Army National Guard [from 1976 through 1993] and two years … more
Bartow County received nearly $11.5 million in loans from the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) for water and sewer infrastructure improvements. “GEFA controls four different funds and these projects are funded by three of the … more
After years of experiencing “unexplained infertility,” the Cartersville resident and her husband, Jarred, recently expanded their family through adoption. Just five months apart in age, 11-month-old Selah and 6-month-old Judah are filling the … more
In its second year, the market offered traditional pieces such as paintings, landscape photos and hand crafted jewelry, yet also branched out with artists drawing henna tattoos and selling furniture inspired by classic rock instruments. “We … more
The water of the lakes at Terminus Wake Park in Emerson was yellow with thousands of ducks May 6, as the 15th Annual Duck Derby came to its conclusion. Combined with the 13th Annual Duck Dash 5K and Fun Run on May 5, the two events brought in … more
The Cartersville School System’s mentoring program pairs at-risk students with adult mentors who help them stay on the road that leads to graduation. “The mentor program provides the children a long-lasting relationship with an adult that … more
Back in 1994, Greg and Marie Whitton bought about 20 acres at the northeast corner of the intersection of Douthit Ferry and Old Alabama Roads. It was a prime location, already rezoned for a planned Walgreens Drug store that never came, and with … more
In preparation for its 10th offering, SPLASH Bartow organizers are seeking service projects from the public. “We would love to have disadvantaged, elderly [and veteran] homeowners [fill out request forms],” said Andy Russell, projects … more
Located at 3680 Highway 411 in White, Hickory Log — a personal care home that provides shelter and training for intellectually and developmentally disabled men — was established more than four decades ago to meet the needs of Bartow County … more
It’s a repeat for Cass Middle School. Led by captain Olivia Flynn, eighth-graders Kyla Jenkins, Emily Surcey, Ray Serbentas, Kayla Campbell and Zael Hurtado won the third annual Bartow History Scholar Quiz Bowl Sunday at the Sam Jones Memorial … more
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