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Cowboy Up

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Cowboy Days 132Randy Parker/The Daily Tribune News
Six-year-old Raven “The Pink Ranger” Whitner entertains the crowd as part of the festivities at the recent National Day of the Cowboy celebration on the festival grounds of the Booth Western Art Museum.

 

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CAUTION: School Zone: Bartow school system battling DOT to get traffic light

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RANDY PARKER/THE DAILY TRIBUNE NEWS
Woodland High School Principal Dr. Wes Dickey points to the intersection of the school’s driveway and Old Alabama Road where he and Bartow County School Superintendent Dr. John Harper have been trying to get a traffic light installed. The Georgia Department of Transportation plans to widen the road to four lanes with a median and raise the speed limit to 55 mph in the near future.

The Bartow County School District and the Georgia Department of Transportation are locked in a battle over a traffic light at Woodland High School.

 

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Lt. Gov. Visits DTN: Cagle offers plans for the future

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In 2006, Casey Cagle became Georgia’s first Republican Lieutenant Governor, and was re-elected in 2010 and 2014. Now, he is seeking the state’s highest office, and he stopped by the Daily Tribune News recently to share some of his ideas about governing the state.

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Painting Red Rocks

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RANDY PARKER/THE DAILY TRIBUNE NEWS
Betsy Buettner of Peachtree City checks out the Painting Red Rocks Country, Past and Present exhibit at the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville. The exhibit runs through Oct. 8.

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Crews respond to fire at Plant Bowen

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RANDY PARKER/THE DAILY TRIBUNE NEWS
Smoke from a fire Thursday at Plant Bowen rises into the air. No one was injured and there were no power outages reported.

The smoke coming from Plant Bowen had a darker shade Thursday afternoon, as a transformer fire sent a dark plume into the Bartow County sky.

 

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