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Revolving around Earth Day, the Great American Cleanup will offer a wide array of events for the public to help curb littering and beautify the environment. Following Adairsville High School’s private event Friday, local Great American Cleanup … more
“[I] will be discussing about 20 different native plants that the Cherokee used here in Georgia,” Harris said. “The black walnut tree is a great example. They used the bark for medicine, the nuts for food, walnut husks and leaves for dyes, … more
Ryan Stansel won an award that will give him a tremendous head start on his career as a diesel technician. The Cartersville resident was one of six Chattahoochee Technical College automotive technology and diesel equipment technology students to … more
Winning an armload of awards after having a stellar year of achievement was just icing on the cake for Georgia Highlands College’s Phi Theta Kappa chapter. The team brought home more honors than any other college attending the All-Georgia … more
Chuck Bohannon’s goal as a science teacher is to get his students out of the classroom for learning experiences. That mission landed four of his students at an international conference, sharing the work they’d done at their school with adults … more
Georgia Highlands College has recorded another semester of growth. The spring semester enrollment of 5,731 for the five-campus college jumped 3.9 percent over last spring, making it the sixth consecutive semester that enrollment has … more
During the presentation, three crosses equipped with small foot rests will enable the performers to stand during their depiction. “I hope that our scene brings new meaning to folks in our community of what happened on that Good Friday over 2000 … more
No matter which governing body meets, there are always the regulars — one or two people that never miss a session. Kenneth Miller was one of those familiar faces — second row right, second seat — he attended every Adairsville City Council … more
When Georgia Highlands College launches its two new Bachelor of Business Administration degrees in the fall, there will be someone on staff ready to make sure the programs run smoothly. Mecole Cooley-Ledbetter, 36, joined the college staff in … more
Bringing their chart-topping hits to Cartersville, Restless Heart will close out the Century Bank Entertainment Series at The Grand Theatre April 22. “We always aim to have a big finale to our Century Bank Entertainment Series, and we have that … more
Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor’s monthly public meeting ended up being a housekeeping session. Among the items addressed were 10 contracts, five property agreements, six zoning requests, three license issuances and an ordinance … more
The students and staff at Mission Road Elementary School participated in their first-ever March for Babies fundraiser last month, and during the two-week period that ended March 24, they were able to raise $3,186. “We were thrilled to have such … more
Crews from Chattanooga-based Morgan Construction Co. are rebuilding 21,000 square feet for Ross, while PetSmart is scheduled to bring in their own crews to work on their half of the building. “We are having to completely rework all of the … more
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