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Nearly a year since publicly announcing Red Top Mountain State Park would soon feature an outdoor classroom, Damon Kirkpatrick was thrilled to be standing in the midst of the Dig In! Outdoor Learning Experience as children eagerly engaged in each … more
Tracy Mulkey has made the most of her first year as principal of Emerson Elementary School. Named principal last July, Mulkey said her first year has been “extremely busy but rewarding.” “The students, parents and teachers have all … more
Most students at Clear Creek Elementary School probably never knew that fish could make a garden grow. But they do now. Two weeks ago, the Cartersville school became the home of the only aquaponics garden in the Bartow County School System, … more
Lindsey Thacker closes her eyes as she struggles to recount the day her mom died. The 10-year-old from Kingston pushes her body as far back in her chair as she can, then with a shudder, tries to push away an unseen interloper threatening her … more
Regarded as one of the largest National Day of Prayer offerings in the Southeast, Bartow’s gathering on Thursday will once again showcase the strong ties between religious, business and political leaders. Set for noon, the celebration will be held … more
May will be loaded with activities at the Bartow County libraries for anyone looking to learn a new language, savvy shopping tips, quilting techniques and more. The entire month has been designated Mango May to promote Mango Languages, a free … more
Narcotics agents searched a late-model Honda Accord that crashed following a brief chase through downtown Cartersville Thursday morning. Agents from the Drug Task Force, the U.S. Marshall's Office, the Bartow County Sheriff's Office, Cartersville … more
As National Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month gets underway in May, Northwest Georgia Dermatology will present a free skin cancer screening for the public Friday. “The American Academy of Dermatology has a slogan: ‘Prevent. Detect. … more
Excel Christian Academy has honored a group of students who speak Spanish almost as well as they speak English. A class of 17 juniors and seniors who are upper-level Spanish students was inducted into the Cartersville school’s first Spanish … more
With Stilesboro Improvement Club’s Plant Sale and May Picnic on the horizon, the Bartow community will have ample opportunity to experience a “remarkable” pre-Civil War academy. Located on Taff Road off Ga. Highway 113, eight miles west of … more
“Representative Barry Loudermilk is a man of strong faith, who is an effective voice for the voters of Georgia’s 11th District,” said ACU Chairman Matt Schlapp. “He understands America's founding principles enshrined in the Constitution, … more
Barbecuing in a garbage can may not be the most conventional way of cooking, but it sure can turn out some tasty meat. Fifteen culinary arts students at Chattahoochee Technical College competed for the title of best barbecue in the annual Trash … more
Through its upcoming golf tournament, the United Way of Bartow County will continue to honor the late Ric Mason Jr.’s “heart for serving others.” Known for his philanthropic efforts, Mason — a former United Way board member — died … more
Over the next two weekends, Red Top Mountain State Park will provide patrons a window to the past with its Spring at the Homestead and rescheduled Hills of Iron events. To be presented Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Spring at the … more
Harry J. Pugliese announces his candidacy for the office of Bartow County Commissioner. Harry has been a resident of Bartow County since 1968 and is a proven, effective leader who cares about the future of Bartow County, the environment, and the … more
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