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Susan Stevens Crummel got to share her passion for writing with a group of Bartow County students who will be reading her books during this school year. The Fort Worth, Texas, children’s author visited Adairsville Elementary School last week to … more
“My husband and I have donated a tree to the Euharlee Festival of Trees every year since we moved to Euharlee five years ago,” Smithey said. “It’s become a family event for us. ... My husband organizes a group of equine enthusiasts and rides … more
With its Red Kettle and Angel Tree programs in full swing, The Salvation Army’s holiday campaigns continue to help those in need. The Red Kettle drive is expected to generate $55,000 for the Cartersville Corps, while the nonprofit’s Angel … more
Bartow County 4-H’ers really know their stuff when it comes to consumer products. Both the junior and senior consumer judging teams from Bartow County 4-H won first place in their divisions at the annual Cotton Boll and Consumer Jamboree area … more
It seems like most of Bartow County will be shut down for the Thanksgiving holiday. All Bartow County government offices, including the courts, will be closed Thursday and Friday, as will all city government offices in Cartersville, Adairsville, … more
“This collaborative is truly one of the highlights of our program at the Cartersville Unit,” said Gordon Gilley, chief professional officer for Boys & Girls Clubs of Bartow County. “Not only does the program provide ‘hands-on’ … more
In honor of its superior achievement, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Allatoona Lake Project recently was named the 2016 Chief of Engineers Natural Resource Management Project of the Year. “Recognition for the hard work and long weekends that … more
In a press release distributed by the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office, Sheriff Clark Millsap announced that around 6:44 p.m. Wednesday evening Cartersville deputies were dispatched to 960 Joe Frank Harris Parkway, Cartersville Medical Center, in … more
The Office of Continuing Education at Georgia Highlands College will begin offering a slate of personal-development courses in January that people can take just for fun. At the event, community members ages 16 and older can take short, two- to … more
Two new programs in Bartow County aim to help young adults who currently are not in school complete their high school education or gain additional employment skills. Last month, Paxen Learning Services started two programs for young people ages … more
Elementary school students are learning more than reading, writing and arithmetic these days — they’re already thinking about careers. Cartersville Elementary School had its third annual Career Week last week, and the 955 students had the … more
Students just keep flocking to Georgia Highlands College. For the fifth consecutive semester, the five-campus college has seen a jump in its enrollment figures, posting a fall semester increase of 4.6 percent over fall semester 2015. The … more
“After having the opportunity to view the collection on display at the Clarence Brown Conference Center in December 2015, I contacted the staff at the center, as well as the family, about the possibility of showcasing the collection at the Bartow … more
Serving as Good Neighbor Homeless Shelter’s director of development since May, Amy Hill is finding her new role to be a “perfect fit.” “The most rewarding aspect of my job, by far, is seeing our guests succeed; the pride and grace that … more
At a meeting Tuesday night, more than 40 Spring Place community homeowners prepared to fight a proposal to rezone the rural area in the northeastern county from agricultural to commercial. At the heart of their concern is a request by Greg Bowen, … more
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