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Pelfrey pens piece on ‘Life in Adairsville’

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When Danny Pelfrey returned home to Adairsville after years in the Midwest, he saw the need for a history of the town. From that, his latest book, “Life in Adairsville: An Anecdotal History of a Small North Georgia Town,” was born.

Switching career paths worked out well for GHC’s Scott

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Elijah Scott is dean of libraries, college testing and curriculum innovation for Georgia Highlands College. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News

Elijah Scott, the recently promoted dean of libraries, college testing and curriculum innovation at Georgia Highlands College, started college with one career path in mind but ended up following another one.

Bartow celebrates Constitution Week Sept. 17-23

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The Cartersville town crier, portrayed by local resident Billy Heinzer, announces Thursday from the steps of the Bartow County History Museum the observance of Constitution Day. National Constitution Week is observed Sept. 17-23 with events in the Cartersville and Bartow County school systems. In Bartow County, the week is primarily sponsored by The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Etowah Chapter. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News

During the next week, Bartow County students will be learning all about the principles on which the United States was founded.

BCCCA nursing lab helps get students on path to health care career

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Lead health care instructor Donna Mathias talks to her certified nursing assistant class at the Bartow County College and Career Academy about advance directives and patients’ rights. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News

Students on the nursing pathway at the Bartow County College and Career Academy (BCCCA) aren’t limited to taking notes and reading textbooks in a classroom to learn the career skills they need.

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