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Library prepares for zombie apocalypse with tie-dye event

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Mary-Kate Billings, 16, uses red dye to create a tie-dyed T-shirt Thursday for the Cartersville Public Library’s Zombie Apocalypse event Oct. 27 for ages 12 to 18. DONNA HARRIS/The Daily Tribune News

Beware, the zombie apocalypse is coming.

Spann leads CTC’s police department with servant’s heart

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Charles Spann is the director of public safety and chief of police for Chattahoochee Technical College’s multiple campuses. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News

Chief Charles Spann has devoted the past four years of his life to ensuring the safety of the students, employees and visitors on Chattahoochee Technical College’s multiple campuses.

Local artist excited about first-ever show

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Heidi Hobbs, left, talks about her artwork with Aretha Pruitt at a reception showcasing her work, which is currently on exhibit at the Cartersville Public Library. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News

Heidi Hobbs plans to pursue an art career for two main reasons: to fulfill her need to be creative and to honor the memory of her younger sister.

3 CMS eighth-graders become REACH Scholars

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Parents watch as their students sign their REACH Scholar contracts. From left are Leonard Omondi holding Addison Omondi, Anysia Boozer, Tamika Williams, Sahar Lara, Nuren Lara, Luis Lara, Hope Short, Tony Short and Kristi Short. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News

 
Three Cartersville Middle School eighth-graders have had a huge weight lifted off their families’ shoulders

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