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The Cartersville Purple Hurricanes (8-1, 6-0) shutout the LaFayette Ramblers (2-7, 0-6) on Friday night by a score of 55-0. The Canes defense got the scoring started with an interception return on the Ramblers’ first drive. Tyler Reed and Jahir Camps both had interceptions returned for touchdowns in the game, with Reed’s coming as the […]

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Adairsville Dominates Coahulla Creek The Adairsville Tigers (8-1, 6-1) continued their dominance in region play, and beat the Coahulla Creek Colts (0-9, 0-7) on Friday evening by a score of 63-3. Sidnee Johnson quickly put to rest any notions of him being injured, when he scored on Adairsville’s first play from scrimmage; an 80-yard touchdown […]

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MOBILE, Ala. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – the nation’s largest provider of outdoor recreation opportunities – will waive day use fees for veterans, active and reserve component service members, and their families at the more than 2,200 USACE-operated recreation areas nationwide Nov. 11 for Veterans Day. The fee waiver requires only verbal confirmation of service. […]

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Secretary of State Kemp Releases Early Voting Data The following is a cumulative summary of statewide advance in-person voting and vote-by-mail turnout as of the morning of October 30, 2014: General Statewide Turnout Number of ballots cast:  709,992 Number of ballots voted in person:  631,025 Number of mail-in ballots returned:  78,967 Number of mail-in ballots […]

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Supplies of O negative blood are severely low in our community. Blood Assurance is restricting shipments of O negative type blood to hospitals in our region until the supply rebounds. O negative blood donors are asked to donate as soon as they are eligible to give.   Demand for O negative blood from area hospitals […]

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On Friday morning, the Cartersville Fire Department and Bartow County EMS responded to Cartersville Elementary School in reference to two individuals passing out, due to improperly storing dry ice. WBHF spoke with Cartersville Fire Chief Scott Carter on the incident. “We found there was some dry ice that had been placed in the external freezer […]

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Mike continues to lead that pack, as we head into the 11th week of Picks of the Week. Alan and Kevin are both just 5.5 games behind, while Matt sits at 16.5 back. Ouch, Matt. Hopefully good fortunes are in store for the guys this week.   All Bartow County teams are in action this […]

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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, Joey King, head football coach with the Cartersville Purple Hurricanes, will call into our studios for our Coaches Corner to discuss last week’s home win against Southeast […]

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Issued by the Cartersville Medical Center: A patient with Ebola-like symptoms did present to the Emergency Department, at which time we conducted appropriate CDC screening, triage and isolation protocols.  It was later determined and confirmed that the patient did not have Ebola and the patient was released. We also received a telephone call yesterday stating […]

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