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Etowah Valley Quilt Guild presents biennial show
For Kelly Nagel, the Etowah Valley Quilt Guild’s Love of Quilts Show has blossomed into a family affair. Opening Friday, the biennial offering will feature more than 200 quilts, including the work ...
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Rebuilt, retooled: Daiki reopens Adairsville facility
More than a year and half after an EF 3 tornado slammed into its building and knocked half of it to the ground, Daiki Corp. officially opened its Adairsville plant Thursday morning. Where metal bea...
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Wine and Fondue at Valley View set for Oct. 18
To help cultivate and strengthen its support base, the Etowah Valley Humane Society will present Wine and Fondue at Valley View Oct. 18. “Bob and Mary Norton had approached us a while back about al...
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Adairsville council outsources surveys, painting
Everything appeared to be moving smoothly as one agenda item after another was quickly approved by the Adairsville City Council at its regular meeting Thursday night. Then came agenda item No. 8, a...
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Cartersville school board raises Freeport exemption
Businesses in Cartersville will be paying a little less in taxes now, as the Cartersville school board approved a Freeport Tax exemption Thursday night. In a unanimous vote, the board approved movi...
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Arson suspected in carpet fire
Authorities are suspecting arson is the cause of a living room fire that burned carpet and melted blinds Wednesday night. According to the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office incident report, a deputy w...
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CMC looks to raise Ebola and enterovirus awareness
Following the first Ebola-related death on American soil, Cartersville Medical Center is moving to explain how the hospital is prepared in case of a local infection and raise awareness of enterovir...
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Woman sentenced in theft case
A woman found guilty on theft charges in August will spend a decade in prison. On Aug. 29, Frances Lynn Law was found guilty of 22 counts of theft by taking, one count of secreting property to defr...
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U.S. Disc Dog World Finals returns to Cartersville this weekend
Featuring more than 200 teams from nine countries, the U.S. Disc Dog World Finals is continuing to expand its global reach. To be held at Cartersville’s Dellinger Park from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturd...
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Euharlee council approves Cowan Park repairs
The Euharlee City Council learned Tuesday night that it will cost about $19,000 to repair the baseball fields at Joe Cowan Park. At the Sept. 17 meeting, Parks and Recreation director Darren Bowers...
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Bartow County moves on Glade Road sewer system
Approximately one month after Bartow County broke ground on its Allatoona Resource Center on Glade Road, the state Environmental Protection Division has given its approval for a sewer system in the...
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Adairsville 10-year-old recovering after brain tumor removed
On the day his soccer season kicked off, 10-year-old Christian Leon underwent surgery to remove a brain tumor. “For the past year, he’s been having problems with dizziness, lightheadedness, off bal...
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Woman's Escort crushed following deception
A woman called the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office to report a theft by deception. The woman said she had left her 1998 Ford Escort at a friend’s house in early September. The woman said she was adv...
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Islamic portion of CMS program stirs controversy
In response to multiple phone calls and inquiries, Cartersville School System Superintendent Dr. Howard Hinesley and Cartersville Middle School Principal Jeff Hogan explained why the school is hold...
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Donaldson enjoys 'cultivating constituents' at the Booth
On display at the Booth Western Art Museum through Jan. 25, 2015, the “Western American Art South of the Sweet Tea Line IV” spans 150 years of art history and highlights a broad range of media, inc...
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