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Phoenix Air details Ebola flight operations in 'flying ICU'
It started with a phone call. When Phoenix Air Group Inc. Vice President Dent Thompson was on vacation, he received a phone call from someone he described as a highly placed doctor with the U.S. De...
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Cartersville school employees get one-time raise
Cartersville City School Superintendent Dr. Howard Hinesley recommended a one-time 3 percent pay increase for city school employees on Thursday at the Cartersville school board’s business meeting. ...
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'Agnes of God' receives seven MAT Award nominations
Presented at The Legion Theatre in March, The Pumphouse Players’ production of “Agnes of God” recently garnered seven Metropolitan Atlanta Theater Award nominations. In the drama, Karen Ruetz as Dr...
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Nonprofit University to offer satellite courses in Cartersville
Through a recent partnership forged by Bartow Collaborative, the Georgia Center for Nonprofits’ Nonprofit University will offer satellite courses in Cartersville, starting Aug. 22. “The actual orga...
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Phoenix Air flight returns to Cartersville
After making two flights to Liberia to transport Ebola-infected aid workers, Phoenix Air’s Gulfstream III has returned home. The plane landed at Cartersville Airport Tuesday afternoon and taxied to...
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Man attempts to tase female biker, 18, on Red Top trail
Bartow County Sheriff’s Office investigators are looking for a man alleged to have attempted to tase an 18-year-old female biking Iron Hill Trail at Red Top Mountain State Park on Tuesday morning. ...
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More than half of Bartow kids get help with school meals
Across the state, 62 percent of Georgia Pre-K through 12th-graders are eligible for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s free and reduced-price meals. In Bartow County, the average closely mirrors ...
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Surya breaks ground on Bartow facility
Surya took another step in its plans to move from Calhoun to Bartow County Tuesday morning as company officials hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for its 1-million-square-foot warehouse and headquar...
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Thayer declares Cowan Park finished
After the Euharlee City Council authorized payment of monthly expenses, including several bills related to Joe Cowan Park, Mayor Dennis Thayer declared the construction phase of the park finished. ...
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Inaba continues Bartow's Distinguished Young Women legacy
Less than a week into her reign as Distinguished Young Woman of Georgia, Sophia Inaba is honored to be representing Bartow County and the state on the national stage next year. On Saturday, the Car...
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Benham addresses ‘aspects’ of community at Quarterly Luncheon
Returning again to his hometown, Georgia Supreme Court Justice Robert Benham spoke about just that — home — during the Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce’s Quarterly Luncheon. Benham sp...
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White council to amend truck ordinance
The White City Council began the process of amending a city ordinance passed in 2006 regulating truck traffic. Citing an increase in truck traffic in the city, especially overloaded trucks attempti...
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New guidelines change school lunches in Cartersville
For the past month, Cartersville City School System has prepared for the school nutrition changes to be implemented in the upcoming school year. Released in July, the newest phase of guidelines are...
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Swiney to highlight 'Called Upon' at Rowland Springs Baptist Sunday
In Jason Swiney’s debut novel, “Called Upon,” the former Bartow County resident looks to provide an entertaining yet spiritually impactful story. According to the book’s synopsis posted on http://w...
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Acworth man killed in Cobb crash
Around 4:30 a.m. Monday, the Cobb County Emergency Communications Center dispatched officers to a single-vehicle crash on northbound Interstate Highway 75, north of Barrett Parkway. When officers a...
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