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Mayoral Candidate, City of White, Kim Dupree Billue

Kim Dupree Billue's opponent David King declined WBHF's invitation to be interviewed in the studio.

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One person injured in multi vehicle accident Friday

BCEMS responded Friday morning to I-75 southbound near mile marker 278 to a accident involving 3 vehicles and a motorcycle. Upon BCEMS arrival they found one patient with injuries. The male subject driving the motorcycle was found to have numerous abrasions and was transported to Kennestone Hospital for treatment. All other subjects involved had no [...]

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Interview with Euharlee’s Mayoral Candidates: Ronald Nesbitt and Steve Worthington

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The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety awards BC Sheriff’s Office $101,348.18 in grant funding

Sheriff Clark Millsap is pleased to announce that The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) awarded the Bartow County Sheriff’s Office $101,348.18 in grant funding for the 2018 season.  The BCSO H.E.A.T. (Highway Enforcement of Aggressive Traffic) Unit is in the fifth year of operation. Why Do We Have H.E.A.T.?  Aggressive traffic (a term that includes speeding [...]

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Emerson Hires New Chief of Police

The Emerson City Council unanimously appointed longtime Emerson police officer and Assistant Chief Kyle Teems as the new Chief of Police during their meeting on Monday night. Teems has been with the city since 1995. His main goal is to expand the department's manpower, equipment, and technology (as the city's budget allows) to keep up [...]

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Cartersville Schools Superintendent To Retire, School Board Negotiating With Replacement

Howard Hinesley Cartersville Schools Superintendent Doctor J. Howard Hinesley announced his retirement during a school board meeting on Monday night. He will serve the remainder of his contract, which expires on June 30, 2018. Hinesley has been Cartersville Superintendent since July 2005. He has been credited with many accomplishments including assisting the school board [...]

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Bartow County Inmate Charged With Escape

Hashley Jeana Williams A Bartow County Jail inmate is wanted on a charge for escape. A BSCO incident report states that on Thursday afternoon at five o’clock, Hashley Jeana Williams of Taylorsville did not return to the jail from her court ordered work release. Williams was given an eight-hour grace period to return. [...]

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Fatal Accident Update

Georgia State Patrol troopers responded to a crash involving a Dodge Durango and pedestrian on Old Highway 41 at 7:34 a.m., Saturday.  During the investigation, it was determined that the Durango and the pedestrian were traveling south on hwy. 41. The vehicle struck the pedestrian from the rear with its front left bumper. The pedestrian was [...]

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Teen struck and killed by vehicle in Adairsville

Saturday morning BCEMS along with other agencies responded to Old HWY 41 near Manning Mill Rd to a 16 year old male struck by a vehicle. The male was walking up the roadway when he was struck. BCEMS crew arrived on the scene to find the male with no sign of life. The BC Coroner [...]

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Cass Fights, Falls to East Paulding

The Cass Colonels (0-6, 0-4) fell to East Paulding on Friday night by a score of 17-9 to remain winless on the season. East Paulding scored on its opening drive of the game to grab an early 7-0 lead, but would then find moving the ball on the Colonels difficult for the remainder of the [...]

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