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With his long-sleeved plaid shirt, denim overalls and camouflage baseball cap — not to mention his honey-roasted country drawl — 75-year-old Kenneth Vaughan is pretty much the epitome of the … more
Two Bartow County schools have added another way to honor their top students.Both Woodland Middle and Kingston Elementary started a chapter of the National Junior Beta Club this year and inducted … more
It doesn’t take much effort to get a hold of Steve Justice, executive director of the Georgia Centers of Innovation (GCI.)“Just go into Google, type in ‘Georgia innovation,’ and we’ll come … more
Embracing the opportunity to broaden a child’s horizon, Valerie Gilreath furthered her nonprofit’s reach during Bookmobile Week in Bartow County. From April 7 to 13, the Cartersville resident’s … more
Striving to keep her late grandmother’s legacy alive, Katie Knight Jones is actively supporting children in need.The Cartersville resident currently is helping organize Advocates for Children’s … more
A motion to reduce the bond amount for a man accused of assaulting a 68-year-old man in Bartow County earlier this year was denied in Bartow Superior Court Tuesday.Joseph David Marshall, of … more
Two police officers with a heart for young people have started a new program to help at-risk youth avoid ending up in jail.This week, officer Donnie Scott from the Bartow County Schools Police … more
Cartersville Elementary School could have a state champion in its midst. Ellisa MacDonald has been named the fourth-grade winner at the Northwest Georgia Regional Educational Service Agency … more
The City of Adairsville is contemplating a sweeping ordinance that would create uniform requirements for users of the municipal government’s treatment facilities. A first reading of the nearly … more
Looking to develop a thriving community outreach, organizers of the Cartersville Farmer’s Market are revamping this year’s operations.“We have made some changes,” said Lillie Read, director … more
On Wednesday, “Bartow County’s Forgotten CCC Camps” will step into the limelight during Bartow History Museum’s Lunch & Learn program. Starting at noon, Donna Coffey Little will deliver a … more
This week The Daily Tribune News is running a special, four-part series taking a look at the biggest issues and legislative matters in the wake of the 2019 General Assembly session. Featuring … more
A short-staffed Emerson City Council voted 2-0 to approve a vendor’s application to sell alcoholic beverages within LakePoint Sporting Community at Monday evening’s public meeting. “The … more
The life of school board members includes an endless string of meetings on millage rates, school policies, personnel issues and on and on and on. So it’s a nice and welcome change for them … more
Calling the creative skill a “conduit for self-reflection, self-expression and economic transformation,” Jamika Smith is looking forward to leading the Furniture Upholstery Workshop at the Bartow … more
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