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Cartersville, GA – Phoenix Air Group, Inc., based in Cartersville, GA ,has been awarded federal contracts by the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Defense, and has received authorization from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration to begin flying Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) in commercial operations. Phoenix Air became known worldwide last August […]

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On Thursday April 30, 2015, the Alzheimer’s Association® Georgia Chapter will host the annual Alzheimer’s Association Caregiver Conference in partnership with the Aging and Disability Resource Connection. The conference is presented by the Elder Law Practice of David L. McGuffey. The event will be held at the Clarence Brown Conference Center in Cartersville, GA. The […]

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Gov. Nathan Deal today signed an executive order directing state agencies to begin preparations for enactment of H.B. 1, legislation that will allow the use of cannabis oil for eight medical conditions. Deal will sign the bill after the session to ensure that no conflicts arise with other pieces of legislation.   “This executive order […]

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The Euharlee City Council approved Lee Neu as Interim Police Chief during a called city council meeting tonight. This is in response to criminal charges taken out on Police Chief Terry Harget and Assistant Chief Richard Smith today. He has 28 years of experience with the Atlanta Police Department and eight years as police chief […]

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Bartow County District Attorney Rosemary Greene requested the GBI initiate an investigation concerning misconduct by Euharlee Police Chief Terry Harget and Assistant Chief Richard Smith. Chief Harget and Assistant Chief Smith were employed by the Bartow County School System as crossing guards in an off duty capacity. The investigation revealed that Harget and Smith were […]

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From the August Business Chronicle: Huntsman Corp., which is building a manufacturing facility in south Augusta, announced plans Thursday to restructure its color pigment business, including the closure of facilities similar to Augusta’s proposed plant. By the end of the year, Huntsman will close plants in St. Louis, Cartersville, Ga., King of Prussia, Pa., and […]

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Representatives from Toyo Tire North America Manufacturing, Incl, and the Technical College System of Georgia held a signing ceremony Monday at Toyo’s manufacturing facility in White, marking the official launch of Quick Start’s workforce training plan designed to support the fast-growing company’s latest expansion. This marks the fourth time Quick Start will be delivering training […]

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It’s hump day and time for a Wednesday edition of Bartow’s Morning News, broadcasting the very best in local news, weather, traffic and sports on your award-winning community radio station. We have two guest segments today. At 7:40AM, Our Biz Buzz segment will focus on an interview with Dan Johnson, owner of Metro Kia.   Then, at 7:50AM, Dr. William […]

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TAX COMMISSIONER, STEVE STEWART ENCOURAGES ALL NEW HOMEOWNERS AND ANYONE WHO HAS MOVED OR HAD A NAME CHANGE REGARDING OWNERSHIP TO APPLY AT THE TAX COMMISSIONERS’ OFFICE FOR HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION BEFORE THE DEADLINE.  ANYONE OWNING AND RESIDING IN THEIR HOME ON JANUARY 1ST CAN QUALIFY.  STATE LAW REQUIRES APPLICATIONS TO BE FILED BEFORE APRIL 1ST […]

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Atlanta, GA – Keep Bartow Beautiful received the Governor’s Circle Award on March 18th. The statewide awards were presented by Gov. Nathan Deal at the State Capitol as part of the Keep Georgia Beautiful Foundation’s Annual Legislative Day. The Governor’s Circle Award recognizes exemplary performance by certified affiliates in reducing litter, minimizing waste and greening […]

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