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Great Escape

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Students at Adairsville High School were dismissed at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday. All city and county schools were released early Tuesday due to potential inclement weather.

 

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Lasting Legacy: King Holiday Weekend celebration starts tonight

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S The Rev. Dr. Lugenia Johnson, senior pastor of St. Luke A.M.E. Church in Cartersville, delivers a message to members of her congregation Wednesday evening. She will be the featured speaker during the King Holiday Weekend celebration's Brotherhood Program Monday at the Cartersville Civic Center.

Inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s message of perseverance, Kayla Dionne Washington is looking forward to encouraging Bartow’s youth during this year’s King Holiday Weekend celebration.

 

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Adairsville’s new police chief starts job

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New police Chief Mike Jones comes to Adairsville after 31 years with the Gordon County Sheriff’s Office.
Mike Jones, a 31-year employee of the Gordon County Sheriff’s Office, was named Adairsville police chief by the Adairsville City Council Monday.

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Body found in righthand lane of I-75

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Law enforcement personnel from the Emerson Police Department, the Georgia State Patrol and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation search the northbound shoulder of Interstate 75 at Mile Marker 282 for clues and evidence pertaining to the discovery of a body found there Wednesday morning.
A man was found dead Wednesday morning in the righthand lane of Interstate-75 northbound between mile marker 282 and exit 283.

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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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