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Gas station partially robbed
Two men broke into a Rydal gas station Thursday morning, but left more than $400 behind when they ran from law enforcement. A Bartow County Sheriff’s Office deputy responded to an alarm at the Ryda...
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American Legion to host blood drive
Through community partnership efforts, the American Legion Carl Boyd Post 42 will join with Blood Assurance next week for a blood drive. The Blood Assurance Bloodmobile will be at Post 42 on Monday...
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Juveniles indicted in child molestation; DA's office recused
Two juveniles accused of aggravated child molestation involving a child, 7, while the three resided at Advocates for Children’s Flowering Branch Children’s Shelter, were indicted Wednesday by a Bar...
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Goodwill to host seasonal job fair
In an ongoing effort to fight unemployment, Goodwill stores across northwest Georgia will be hosting a seasonal recruiting event for retailers Wednesday, Sept. 24. To be held from 9 a.m to 12:30 p....
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Tellus presents 'The Lifestyle of Tyrannosaurus Rex' Wednesday
One of Tellus Science Museum’s most impressive specimens will be the focus of the venue’s next Lunch and Learn program. On Wednesday at 12:15 p.m., Dion Stewart — Professor of Geology at Georgia Pe...
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Couple indicted in January death of child, 1
Nine months after the death of Journey Cowart, her mother and her mother’s boyfriend have been indicted by a grand jury. On Wednesday, the Bartow County Grand Jury returned true bills — meaning suf...
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DTN delivery delay
Due to mechanical equipment failure, delivery of Thursday's edition of The Daily Tribune News may be delayed by several hours.
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Barn fire under investigation
A Monday morning barn fire is under investigation after it burned to the ground. A Bartow County Sheriff’s Office deputy was called to the Euharlee Five Forks Road residence for crowd control at 5:...
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Council learns of drainage issues at Joe Cowan Park
Joe Cowan Park, the city of Euharlee’s crown jewel, lost some of its luster when city council members learned there were big problems with drainage. “Field one, when it was originally sodded, was s...
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Taylorsville passes hydrant testing ordinance
Continuing a recent trend seen across Bartow County, the Taylorsville City Council considered and passed a fire hydrant flow testing ordinance Tuesday night in order to help with the county’s ISO r...
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Female struck, killed on Grassdale
A pedestrian was hit and killed Tuesday evening on Grassdale Road. Bartow County EMS Public Information Officer Brad Cothran said the black female was struck in the area of Village Drive about 8:15...
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Cartersville to celebrate National Hunting and Fishing Day
In honor of National Hunting and Fishing Day, the Cartersville Parks and Recreation Department will provide anglers of all ages an opportunity to cast their lines at Dellinger Park Lake. On Sept. 2...
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BCSO guards Acworth site against vandalism
Since a Bartow County Road Department tractor was damaged Aug. 6, the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office has left one deputy on duty throughout the night at the future site of the Allatoona Resource Ce...
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Madison outlines objectives for Adairsville's future
Six months into her time as Adairsville city manager, Pam Madison has tackled a bevy of battles — just one of the things the Florida transplant loves about public administration. “I love working wi...
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Rising number of foster children creates CASA crisis
With an influx of foster children, the need for court appointed special advocates skyrocketed. As one of eight programs operated by Advocates for Children, CASA volunteers, through extensive traini...
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