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Covered Bridge Fall Festival kicks off today
Thousands of visitors are expected to crowd into downtown Euharlee’s Frankie Harris Park this weekend for the 2014 Euharlee Covered Bridge Fall Festival, Oct. 17-18. The eighth annual festival, whi...
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Phoenix Air explains role of 'the third man' on Ebola flights
Called a variety of monikers ranging from “the man with the clipboard” to “the man not in protective equipment” to a variety of names in online comments, the Phoenix Air employee in Dallas wearing ...
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CPD reconstructing deadly accident
Accident reconstruction this weekend may affect traffic inside the city. On Sunday starting at 8 p.m., Cartersville police officers will be mapping out the area of Joe Frank Harris Parkway at Zena ...
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Tellus gears up for Heavy Metal in Motion
On Saturday, one of Tellus Science Museum’s largest galleries will come to life during the venue’s Heavy Metal in Motion event. From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., the offering will feature a hovercraft demons...
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Male struck, killed by train
Authorities are looking for clues on the identity of a man killed by a train overnight. Bartow County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Jonathan Rogers said the accident occurred just after midnight Tuesday on...
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Euharlee library revisits Taylorsville bank robbery Thursday
While the robbery took place nearly 40 years ago, the Peoples Bank of Bartow County’s former CEO and executive vice president, C. J. Harris, remembers the incident as though it was yesterday. Now 8...
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Blood Assurance seeks O negative donors
Saying that O negative blood is “seriously needed,” Blood Assurance is asking the community to donate blood to boost inventory before the holiday season. In an Oct. 3 press release, the organizatio...
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Flag burned at RC airfield
An American flag was burned at a remote control plane airfield in Euharlee over the weekend. According to a Bartow County Sheriff’s Office incident report, a member of the Taildragger’s R/C Club sa...
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CTC College and Career Expo to feature more than 90 companies
With more than two weeks to go, the North Metro Campus of Chattahoochee Technical College is gearing up for the largest College and Career Expo. “CTC currently hosts two large scale College and Car...
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Cartersville Bluegrass & Folk Festival highlights 13 bands Saturday
Looking to build on last year’s inaugural event, the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority and Main Street Program will broaden the scope of the Cartersville Bluegrass & Folk Festival Saturda...
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Bartow schools meet, exceed state SAT average
In a year when Georgia’s SAT scores dropped by two to three points, most Bartow County schools were able to meet or exceed the state average for 2014. According to a press release from the Georgia ...
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One person transported after crash
One person was taken to the hospital after an accident Saturday morning. Bartow County EMS responded to a single-vehicle accident on Highway 41 at Griffin Road, according to EMS Public Information ...
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Traffic stop yields warrants
A deputy patrolling Ga. Highway 20 near Branton Road stopped a red pickup truck traveling very slowly. When asked for a driver license, the driver handed the deputy an identification card. When ask...
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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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