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In its latest offering, Tellus Science Museum’s Mineral Symposium will be transformed in scope from an educational offering to an academic event with presenters hailing from across the nation. “Tellus has hosted an annual mineral symposium … more
Chattahoochee Technical College has taken another step to help the local workforce. The college announced a partnership with Papa John’s Inc. and Quick Start last month during a training agreement signing ceremony at the pizza company’s new … more
Students at Excel Christian Academy probably didn’t know learning about the 50 states would be so delicious. The Cartersville school had its third annual Taste of America, a culinary showcase of states created by the fifth-grade students, … more
“The purpose of the Caregiver Workshop is to provide education and support to caregivers of people with dementia,” said Rebekah Davis, North Georgia Region’s director of programs for the Alzheimer’s Association, Georgia chapter. “We want … more
The Cartersville City School Board only has a few items on its agenda for Monday night’s meeting. Superintendent Dr. Howard Hinesley will recommend the purchase and installation of a new fire detection and alarm system for the elementary school … more
Five Bartow County and two Cartersville City schools beat the odds last year by performing better than statistically expected on the College and Career Ready Performance Index. Adairsville and Cartersville middle schools and Emerson, Euharlee, … more
The Adairsville Police Department’s K9 unit will be safer on future patrols thanks to the generosity of the League for Animal Welfare that donated a bulletproof and knifeproof vest for K9 Officer Nero at Thursday’s city council meeting.The … more
Referred to as the “forces on the ground,” sales teams currently are being recruited for Advocates for Children’s Duck Derby benefit. “March 17 is the deadline for sales teams to sign up to have their materials brought to them on Duck … more
The heat emanating from Gerdau’s Cartersville steel mill can be felt a parking lot away.Bright red steel I-beams, already cooled from nearly 3,000 degrees to 1,500 degrees, roll out of a furnace, yet Adam Erickson, clad head-to-toe in protective … more
The Cartersville lawyer took the advice of his college friends and committed his stories and memories of growing up in Cassville to paper in his self-published memoir, “Reflections in Muddy Water: Layin’ Drag on Life’s Highway in Cassville, … more
Students at Georgia Highlands College have saved a small fortune on textbook costs — nearly $4 million. Since fall 2015, GHC’s faculty has been working to expand the number of courses using open educational resources — free online textbooks … more
“Due to the popularity of 5Ks ... [we] wanted to create an event around that popularity that would benefit the activities of both museums,” BHM Director Trey Gaines said. “I think that we have a unique route in that you get to run through some … more
“This is very encouraging news for Georgia as we work to eliminate HIV/AIDS in the state,” stated J. Patrick O’Neal, M.D., director of Health Protection for DPH, in a news release. “It also reinforces what we’ve said all along that linking … more
Denson’s fight with the pipeline company was featured in Sunday’s Daily Tribune News. “They said they were going to begin laying pipe,” Denson said. “And I told them, ‘No you aren’t, this is my property, and I won’t let you come … more
A donation of a propane furnace will add another skill to the resume of HVAC students at the Bartow County College and Career Academy. Georgia Propane Gas Association donated a Lennox high-efficiency propane furnace to the school’s heating, … more
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