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Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge Suzanne H. Smith denied a motion to set bond for a man accused of two counts of kidnapping and one count of hijacking a motor vehicle in Bartow Superior Court Tuesday … more
With hummingbirds, honeybees and colorful butterflies darting to and fro, Jim Humphreys is thrilled to provide an oasis for pollinators. In his yard, the Euharlee resident and his family have created … more
Over the next two weeks, Blood Assurance is offering an optional, complimentary COVID-19 antibody test to blood donors. The initiative kicked off at the Cartersville Donor Center Friday.“The … more
It's not every day that a member of the president's Cabinet comes to Bartow County.Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue visited his home state Thursday for a swing through west and northwest Georgia … more
High school students have a plethora of activities to keep them busy in their spare time, but one group of Bartow County teens chose to spend their free hours following their servant’s heart.Five … more
Their love for their country has given five Bartow County students a free ride to college.Graduating seniors Steven Lynch, James Brunson and Brendan Luginbuhl from Adairsville High School and Mack … more
Currently providing curbside service, Harvest House is supplying nourishment to  families in need. To assist the food pantry’s efforts, the Trevor Lawrence and Marissa Mowry COVID-19 Relief … more
Amidst so much national turmoil, members of the Bartow County Democratic Party (BCDP) are seeking a meeting with the community’s top law enforcement officials.“There’s been a lot of questions … more
Despite the COVID-19 outbreak, data presented by City of Cartersville Finance Director Tom Rhinehart indicates the local government’s April financials fared much better than expected.In fact, he … more
Striving to spur “business-to-consumer sales,” the Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce’s $10,000 gift card giveaway resulted in a $26,000 economic impact. The one-day online event … more
Students eager to break into the filmmaking business now have a new avenue for getting their foot in the door. Beginning fall semester, Georgia Highlands College will be offering a new film … more
Bartow County Coroner Joel Guyton confirmed the identity of the driver of an 18-wheeler who was struck and killed by a train in Emerson Wednesday morning. Guyton told The Daily Tribune News that … more
When — and if — school starts in August, Cartersville Primary kindergarten teachers and students will have an extra pair of hands helping out in the classroom every day. For the upcoming … more
Stem cell therapy has been very good for Madalyn Morton for a couple of reasons. First, receiving it instead of having surgery for a softball injury has freed her from pain, and second, it … more
For Abigail Matthews, competing in the 63rd Distinguished Young Women National Finals has turned into a local experience. Due to COVID-19, the scholarship program pivoted from an in-person contest in … more
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