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WHS dance marathon gets down for CHOA
When Leah Roberts’ son, Cade, was injured in a soccer game two years ago, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite saved his life. “While playing on a travel soccer team, my goalie son was...
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CMC offers final ACA seminar
Cartersville Medical Center will offer a final free seminar before the March 31 deadline for Affordable Care Act enrollment, led by Cartersville resident and federal and state-certified navigator J...
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Qualifying continues for Adairsville mayor race
The race to replace former Adairsville Mayor Evan King has expanded. Resident Ronnie Everett qualified for the race Tuesday, according to an email from Adairsville City Clerk Nicole Scoggins. Evere...
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Cass Middle chorus N.Y.-bound
Sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade members of Cass Middle School’s chorus this week will travel to New York City to perform with the National Middle School Choir at Carnegie Hall. Leaving Wednesday ...
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Veteran continues service as post commander
Dale Cockrill of Cartersville has not stopped serving his country as a veteran of the Navy. As commander of Carl Boyd Post 42, Cockrill helps continue the post’s history of reaching out to local ve...
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Pedestrian struck by train
A pedestrian was struck Saturday afternoon in the area of the Atco underpass. Bartow County EMS Public Information Officer Brad Cothran said units arrived to find a male possibly struck by a train....
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Women's expo covers a variety of topics
Women, young and old, filed into the Clarence Brown Conference Center on Saturday to attend the Northwest Georgia Women’s Expo. The sixth annual event hosted 80 booths filled with services and prod...
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Youth Action group seeks members
In an effort to draw Bartow County 10th to 12th graders into positive activities to better their schools and community, the Bartow Youth Action Team will hold its yearly recruitment meeting Thursda...
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Superior Court convenes Monday
A dozen cases are listed as potential priority cases when Bartow County Superior Court convenes Monday. Cherokee Judicial Circuit District Attorney Rosemary Greene released this week a list of crim...
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3 militia members enter not guilty pleas
Three alleged militia members charged in connection with alleged plans to attack government facilities entered not guilty pleas Friday in federal court. Terry Eugene Peace, Brian Edward Cannon and ...
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Man reported as missing
On Thursday, March 20, about 7:53 p.m., a Bartow County Sheriff’s Office deputy spoke with a woman by phone who stated her husband, John Roland Graham, was missing, being last seen or heard from at...
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LAW helps expand availability of low-cost spay, neuter options in Bartow
Entering its third year of operation, the League for Animal Welfare is continuing its efforts to enhance the lives and treatment of animals in Bartow County. “LAW does not act as a rescue, adoption...
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Local author's book provokes imagination
Angela Moll of Cartersville recently published the children’s/young adult fiction book titled “The Fairies of Flitters Forest: Journey to the Flower Garden (Volume 1),” available through Barnes and...
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Irish earns region paramedic honor, moves on to state
A humble Brian Irish last week accepted the Danny Hall Memorial Region One Paramedic of the Year honor. Recognized March 13 at the 2014 Northwest Georgia/Region 1 Emergency Medical Services Council...
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Euharlee council hears urban designation
Five foreheads on the Euharlee City Council grimaced in tandem as they learned the news. Their town — the place of green fields and lazy streams — shared the urban grittiness of Detroit and Newark ...
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