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Students who are seeking a good deal on their post-secondary education continue to flock to Georgia Highlands College.The five-campus college saw the highest enrollment increase... [Read More]
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Educators at Clear Creek Elementary used a nationally designated day to expose their students to future careers in science and math fields. To... [Read More]
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A group of big-hearted marching band students changed their Halloween plans to give a young boy a night he would never forget. Fifteen-year-old Keegan Bryant, a... [Read More]
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Student council members at Cartersville Middle School took advantage of an opportunity to learn how to be better leaders in their school and in life.Ten... [Read More]
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Hamilton Crossing Elementary School has come up with an ingenious idea for turning bus-riding time into learning time. In mid-October, media specialist Leeann Denham introduced the... [Read More]
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Most 11-year-olds can't boast of having a published children's book under their belts, but Sophia St. James can. The Cloverleaf Elementary fifth-grader, who turned 11 Tuesday,... [Read More]
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The Cartersville City School Board unanimously approved several items at its regular monthly meeting Monday night. Board members approved 6-0, with member Floyd Braid absent, Superintendent... [Read More]
In the two months she's worked at Georgia Highlands College, Maggie Schuyler already has found several things she loves — and one thing she hates... [Read More]
It was a happy day Wednesday for the Bartow County and Cartersville school systems. That was the day that the Georgia Department of Education released the... [Read More]
The Pine Log community is rallying around one of its own. Eight-year-old Elizabeth Kaplan was diagnosed with T-cell acute lymphoblastic lymphoma when she was 3, but... [Read More]
More than 50 percent of students in the Bartow County and Cartersville City school systems were eligible for free and reduced meals during the last... [Read More]
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A close relationship between libraries and state parks may seem odd, but in Bartow County, it works. The Bartow County Library System is celebrating the 10th... [Read More]
Naturalist Mark Warren deeply believes today's society can — and should — learn some valuable lessons and skills from the Cherokee people who inhabited the... [Read More]
For those who are trying to eliminate meat and dairy from their diets, the Cartersville Public Library is offering classes that teach health-conscious diners how... [Read More]
Bartow County School Board members approved the next two school calendars and surplussed some school kitchen equipment at their meeting Monday night.The board voted 4-0,... [Read More]
If their first meet is any indication, Adairsville High School's JROTC Raiders are headed toward an extraordinary season. The male and female teams took home first... [Read More]
Bartow County's school nutrition department continues to climb the ladder of success when it comes to serving locally produced foods to its students.The department was... [Read More]
The Bartow Empty Bowls Project's mission is the same today as it was when it started in 2011 — feed the county's food-insecure students on... [Read More]
Parents and teachers in the Cartersville City School System have all the information and resources they need about their students literally at their fingertips. On Sept.... [Read More]
Bartow County will have more representation than ever before on a state-level advisory board. Eighth-graders Addison Payne from Woodland Middle and Brett Lance from Adairsville Middle... [Read More]
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