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Weekend Warm-Up

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Andre Billups, foreground, and Willie Crawford take advantage of the warm weather Thursday to prepare the new sign in front of the Frank Moore Administration and Judicial Center in Cartersville for lettering. Weekend highs will be in the low to mid-70s.

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Middle, high school students’ artwork showcased at Booth Western Art Museum

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Booth Western Art Museum Education Outreach Coordinator Mersia Martin admires artist Abby Phillpot’s “Thiebault Retrospect” at the Middle and High Schools Art Exhibit at the Booth. Phillpot is a senior at Cartersville High School.
Some of Bartow County’s finest young artists are being recognized for their talent this month.

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CES raises $15,000 for March for Babies; ranks as top elementary school in state for 2nd year

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The top 10 fundraisers for the March of Dimes March for Babies at Cartersville Elementary School recently participated in a hero walk and balloon release at the school to celebrate the success of this year’s campaign.
The students, faculty and staff members at Cartersville Elementary School didn’t just beat their March for Babies record of $11,373 from last year; they annihilated it.

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Dellinger Park’s building improvements on pace for 2017 completion date

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Efrain Milian installs fencing at one of the newly-renovated baseball/softball fields at Dellinger Park.
As the temperature continues to climb, Janeysha Tolbert is looking forward to routinely watching her 3-year-old daughter, Ja’Niyah, gleefully immerse herself in Dellinger Park’s amenities. Embracing the slides with boundless energy Thursday afternoon, Ja’Niyah and her cousin enjoyed various components of the play system designed for 2- to 5-year-olds.

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ALDI grocery store to open in April

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Project Manager Brandon Clay, right, and Pedro Guittierez prepare for the installation of a transformer at the new ALDI store on Morningside Drive near Martin Luther King Drive in Cartersville.
Like the mythical phoenix, an ALDI grocery store is rising from the ruins of a long-shuttered fast-food joint.

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United Way surpasses Community Impact Campaign goal of $605,000

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Award recipients at the annual United Way meeting held recently at the Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce were from left, back row, Wendy Allen, Director, Hickory Log Vocational School; Paul Cuprowski, Bartow EMA director; Barry Brown, Director, Community Emergency Response Team (CERT); Bryan Jewell, Store Manager, Publix; Don Bunn, President & Plant Mgr., Toyo Tire North America Mfg., Inc.; Brenda Morehouse, President, Bartow County United Way; and John Broussard, Sr. Manager, Toyo Tire; Front row, Publix representatives Kimberly Erickson and Matt Heiney.
Joined by the organization’s partner agencies, the United Way of Bartow County’s staff marked its fruitful Community Impact Campaign at Tuesday’s annual meeting.

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Authors Festival at Cartersville Library

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Raven Whitner, dressed as Raven the Pink Ranger, the Lone Ranger's partner and heroine in Cowboy World books, signs books at the annual Authors Festival held recently at the Cartersville branch of the Bartow County Library System.

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First Lady Pays a Visit

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Georgia First Lady Sandra Deal reads to first-grade students at Cartersville Primary School Monday as part of the Read Across America program, which encourages children to read every day.

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