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Health officials urge food safety awareness
As fall approaches and festivals ramp up across the state, Northwest Georgia Public Health is asking for the public to use “common sense” when it comes to eating out at events. Dining options avail...
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Over the past five years
Over the past five years, “An Evening in Oak Hill Cemetery” has granted Chuck Nida the opportunity to explore his fascination with history by highlighting the stories of Bartow County’s former inha...
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GEMA launches Praise & Preparedness based on Adairsville tornado response
Almost nine months after winter weather prevented state officials from launching a state initiative based on Adairsville’s January 2013 tornado response in the north Bartow town, the Georgia Emerge...
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Health and Safety Fair expands for National Preparedness Month
The second year is bringing changes for the Health and Safety Fair. Held in June last year, the Bartow County Community Emergency Response Team took over organizing the sophomore offering in conjun...
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County breaks ground on Allatoona Resource Center
Seven shovelfuls of dirt made it official Thursday morning: Bartow County is coming to Allatoona. When county officials, community representatives and area volunteers gathered on 6 acres of graded ...
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Pine Log Arts & Crafts Fair highlights historic campground
With the Pine Log United Methodist Church’s campground serving as its backdrop, Pine Log Arts & Crafts Fair will provide festival-goers an opportunity to discover some lively stories of Bartow’s pa...
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Euharlee council approves usage fees
A recent gift from the county will soon become another source of revenue for the city of Euharlee. In June, Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor transferred ownership of the 128-year-old Euharle...
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Historic 5K at Rose Lawn set for Sept. 20
@White=[C] Promoting Cartersville’s history and healthy living, the Bartow History Museum Historic 5K at Rose Lawn will return Sept. 20. The event will start and conclude at Rose Lawn Museum, the f...
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Tallatoona moves to preserve Head Start program
In an effort to keep its Head Start program operational, the Tallatoona Community Action Partnership voted Tuesday night to implement policy and training reforms intended to bring the program back ...
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AHS junior ROTC Raiders prepare to host opening competition
The junior ROTC program at Adairsville High School is preparing for the Tiger Classic Challenge, an open invitational for Raider teams across the state. Raider competition is an athletic arm of jun...
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Election office warns of voter registration fraud
After one incident was reported to the office last month, the Bartow County Voter Registration and Elections Office is warning county residents to be aware of fraudulent registration workers who ma...
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Kiddie Day Parade returns to Cartersville Saturday, Sept. 20
Over the years, Gretchen Denham’s children have had the opportunity to transform into a spaceship, Humpty Dumpty, Darth Vader, Audrey Hepburn and a snow girl, courtesy of the Kiwanis Club of Carter...
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DNR: Allatoona busier than usual for holiday
Lake Allatoona closed out the unofficial end to summer Monday, ending what a Georgia Department of Natural Resources official called a busier than normal holiday. “This looked more like the Fourth ...
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SCMS opens space to the community for a market sale
South Central Middle School plans to welcome October and the changing season with its first-ever Fall Marketplace. The school is currently selling booth space for the Oct. 4 event. Julie Hill of SC...
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Man threatens gunfight during standoff
After threatening to kill his wife and then himself, one man stood off with police for two hours before he was arrested. A Bartow County Sheriff’s Office deputy arrived at the Texaco on Sugar Valle...
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