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  Blood Assurance is now accepting applications for the Crystal Green Memorial Scholarship Program.  High school seniors enrolled in schools that host Blood Assurance blood drives through the Project Lifesaver (formerly Project Lifeline) program will be eligible to apply. Students must have a “B” average or better and at least a 20 on the ACT […]

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Good morning! It’s time for a Friday edition of Bartow’s Morning News, bringing you the best in news, weather, traffic and sports on your award-winning community radio station. We have three guest segments today. At 7:40AM, Rick Kollhoff and Jessica Mitchum will join us in studios to talk about the upcoming Laughs and Libations comedy night at the Clarence Brown […]

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  ATLANTA — The Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) will help Mohawk Industries recruit 90 workers for the company’s manufacturing facilities in Gordon County. The recruitment will be held Friday, Jan. 30, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Suite 200 of the Agricultural Services Center, 1282 Highway 53 Spur, S. W., in Calhoun. Staff […]

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Chief Thomas N. Culpepper of the Cartersville Police Department has advised that investigators of the department have made several arrests in conjunction with recent entering auto and burglary incidents. Officers made contact with five subjects on Wednesday at the Courtesy Inn located at 2335 Highway 411 in Cartersville. While officers detained the suspects and secured […]

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Good morning and welcome to a special Joe Tilley Thursday edition of Bartow’s Morning News, bringing you the best in news, weather, traffic and sports on your award-winning community radio station. Before we get to Joe Tilley, we have two guest segments in the second hour. At 7:40AM, we’ll be joined by Jessica Mitchum with the Good Neighbor Homeless […]

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Press Release from Chic fil A  EMERSON, Ga. (Jan. 22, 2015) – Emerson’s first Chick-fil-A® restaurant will open Jan. 22, bringing nearly 70 new jobs, the chance for 100 adults to win free Chick-fil-A meals for a year and the opportunity for community members to donate children’s books that will benefit the Advocates for Children […]

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GENERAL FUND, ENTERPRISE, SPECIAL REVENUE AND DEBT SERVICE FUNDS PROPOSED  2015   GENERAL FUND BUDGET DEPARTMENTS COMMISSIONER’S OFFICE $ 1,127,000.00 DATA PROCESSING $ 914,100.00 PURCHASING $ 258,900.00 ELECTIONS/REGISTRAR $ 461,000.00 MAGISTRATE COURT $ 865,500.00 SUPERIOR COURT $ 841,000.00 CLERK OF SUPERIOR COURT $ 1,457,300.00 JUVENILE COURT $ 1,264,300.00 PROBATE COURT $ 984,500.00 SHERIFF $ 20,605,000.00 […]

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One Day Only March 10, 2015 8:30 A.M. until 12:30 P.M. and 4:00 P.M. until 6:00 P.M. Cartersville Primary School – (In Character Ed Alley) 315 Etowah Drive Slots will be filled by a LOTTERY SYSTEM.  To be entered in the lottery, you must register on March 10th (the time of day does not affect your […]

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  WHAT:         As part of its integrated roadside vegetation management program, Georgia DOT Maintenance crews begin on Monday their work on trimming overgrown vegetation along State Route (SR) 61 and SR 20 in Bartow County, SR 166 In Carroll County, SR  151 in Catoosa County, Interstate 575 in Cherokee County, SR 5 in Fannin County, […]

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  On Thursday, January 29, at 7:00 p.m., Bartow History Museum welcomes guest speaker and author, Phyllis Rich Carpenter.  Carpenter wrote Rolling Waters: A Southern Memoir, a true story of tragedy and mystery that spans over 50 years. In November 1957, two friends, both accomplished sportsmen, headed out on the Etowah River for a day […]

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