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Create Complete: Shaw’s Create Centre will open in October

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NEIL MCGAHEE/The Daily Tribune News
Brian Jacobs, an employee of Porter Roofing of McMinnville, Tennessee, adds the final touches to the west entrance of Shaw Industries’ Create Centre, scheduled to open in October.
Roofing installers scurried between the bright, rust-colored beams angling across the exterior of Shaw Industries’ Create Centre, putting the finishing touches on the three-story, 67,000 square-foot building that will soon house the commercial division’s marketing, design and innovation associates.

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Empty Bowls supports Backpack Buddies

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RANDY PARKER/THE DAILY TRIBUNE NEWS
Adairsville High School junior Sierra Fritz dips liquid that will be mixed with other ingredients to form clay.

For a team of Bartow County volunteers, the thought of students not having enough food to eat on the weekends is unacceptable.

 

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Bartow Dodges a Bullet: Irma leaves county wet, but unscathed

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After spending a leisurely week tearing through the tropics, Irma, the much-feared category 5 hurricane with its devastating 185 miles-per-hour winds, roared ashore in Naples, Florida, Sunday and made a beeline up the peninsula, arriving in Cartersville late Monday evening, a mere whisper of its former self.

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Bartow braces for Irma

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Bartow County Emergency Management Agency Director Paul Cuprowski leads a meeting Friday morning on Elizabeth St. in Cartersville to discuss emergency preparedness plans for Hurricane Irma.

A who’s who of Bartow County public officials were in attendance Friday morning for an emergency preparedness meeting on Elizabeth St. in Cartersville to plan for the unknown as Hurricane Irma approaches.

 

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Ballets take center stage at The Grand Theatre

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Steps of Faith Dance Company dancer Hannah Miller, center, appears to take flight during a rehearsal for “The Nativity.” SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News

Continuing to help anchor The Grand Theatre’s holiday programming, “The Nutcracker” and “The Nativity” will grace the stage once again next month. While one will offer a secular tale and the other will feature a biblical-based storyline, both ballets will highlight the magic of the Christmas season through a young girl’s eyes.

 

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