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Decade-long lawsuit finally winding down

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The Davis family lives directly across U.S. Hwy 411 from the Toyo Tire Manufacturing facility in White.
A lawsuit filed more than a decade ago seems to have finally reached the end of the line.

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Grand Theatre presents ‘Senior Shenanigans’ Saturday

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Richard Alexandersen, left, as Elwood, and John Penick as Jake, practice their routine as the Blues Brothers in “Senior Shenanigans,” which will be performed Saturday at The Grand Theatre.
With its annual production set for Saturday, the Senior Shenanigans group is gearing up to present an evening of laughter at The Grand Theatre.

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EMS personnel honored by Heart of Service Awards

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Bartow County Heart of Service award winners for 2017 are, left to right, Alex Wright, Tiffany Cowart, Buck Alday, Laray Harris, Aaron Cornelius, Brad Cothran, Buck Cronin and Brandon Duncan.
On the evening of June 2, 2016, Bartow County EMS responded to a single vehicle accident on Mission Road.

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Painting from photos brings good memories

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Artist Nadine Turner speaks to attendees of her exhibit reception at the Cartersville branch of the Bartow County Library System. Turner’s work is on display at the library through the end of March.

Just about every time Nadine Turner picks up a paint brush, it takes her back to something good that happened in the past.

 

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AHS grad starts his own business

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Adairsville graduate Jacob Smith is the local branch manager of Student Painters. Smith started his own house-painting business in Cartersville through Student Painters, an affiliate of Young Entrepreneurs Across America.
You don’t find many 20-year-olds who are running their own business.

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Two residents fight gas pipeline to try to salvage their land

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Tim Denson, left, and Henry Mez have refused TRANSCO’s monetary offers to buy the rights to run the Dalton Expansion natural gas pipeline through their properties. A water oak, left, cherished by the Mez family, has come to symbolize the fight.
Henry and Rhonda Mez bought 18 acres of land on Euharlee-Five Forks Road in 1999 because it reminded them of home.

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Love in bloom

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As arrangements of all kinds were being purchased throughout the day in the Floral Department at the Kroger Marketplace in Cartersville on Tuesday, Assistant Store Manager Michelle Adams helps Asher Noll select a Valentine bouquet of flowers for his wife Brenda.

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Bartow celebrates Georgia’s Arbor Day Feb. 17

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Beneath the Spring Bank White Oak are, kneeling from left, Sheri Henshaw of Keep Bartow Beautiful (KBB), Cartersville Pro Tem Diane Tate holding Sissy and Missy Phillips of KBB; and standing from left, Bartow Master Gardener and KBB Committee member Dian Green, Bartow County Extension Coordinator Paul Pugliese, Bartow historian J.B. Tate, Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor, Bartow County Parks and Recreation Department (BCPRD) Director Greg Hight and Brenton Baggett with BCPRD.
A fixture in Bartow for three centuries, the Spring Bank White Oak is considered the “epitome of what Arbor Day is all about.”

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Cartersville Dances with the Stars returns March 4

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Jill Mroczko and Dr. Henaro Sabino finish a routine as they practice for the upcoming Cartersville Dancing With the Stars competition.

Following in the footsteps of her father, Anna Nida Woods is embracing the opportunity to compete in the upcoming Cartersville Dances with the Stars.

 

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