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  1. Trail of Tears Association presents program on life of CherokeeaRead the original story

    May 11, 2017 | Daily Tribune News

    Anyone who has an interest in Native American history will want to be at the Cartersville Public Library Saturday morning. During the May meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the Trail of Tears Association, speaker Wanda Patterson will present John Rollin Ridge: Cherokee Scribe from 10:30 a.m.a Sto 12:30 p.m. in the Nathan Dean Meeting Room of the library at 429 W. Main St. Ridge, son of John Ridge and grandson of Major Ridge, was an important figure in Cherokee history from 1840 to 1880, according to a press release.

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  2. CTC student from Cartersville awarded $6,000 worth of toolsRead the original story

    Apr 14, 2017 | Daily Tribune News

    Ryan Stansel won an award that will give him a tremendous head start on his career as a diesel technician. The Cartersville resident was one of six Chattahoochee Technical College automotive technology and diesel equipment technology students to be awarded a Snap-On toolbox and $6,000 worth of tools through the Mike Peterson Memorial Award.

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  3. GHC's Phi Theta Kappa brings home awardsRead the original story

    Apr 14, 2017 | Daily Tribune News

    Winning an armload of awards after having a stellar year of achievement was just icing on the cake for Georgia Highlands College's Phi Theta Kappa chapter. The team brought home more honors than any other college attending the All-Georgia Academic Team Awards luncheon last month at the Sloppy Floyd Building in Atlanta.

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  4. Big Chicken Chorus' - More Than 4' to deliver Singing ValentinesRead the original story

    Feb 7, 2017 | Daily Tribune News

    Continuing to provide lasting memories, members of the Big Chicken Chorus' "More Than 4" will deliver Singing Valentines Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. "This will be our sixth year delivering Singing Valentines in the Cartersville area," said Bill Devine, a resident of Cartersville. "Years ago most of our Singing Valentines were delivered in the Marietta area due to the fact that the Big Chicken is [a] Marietta-based chorus.

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  5. CTC sees increase in enrollment for spring semesterRead the original story

    Jan 26, 2017 | Daily Tribune News

    Chattahoochee Technical College started a new semester with more than 2,000 new students and an increase in enrollment over last spring. The state's largest technical college launched its spring semester Jan. 17 with 9,977 students registered for classes, a slight increase over last spring's 9,400 students who were registered for at least one class at the beginning of the term.

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  6. CCES robotics team has a - great day' at super-regionalRead the original story

    Jan 24, 2017 | Daily Tribune News

    They may not have made it to the state championship, but Clear Creek Elementary School's robotics team members did well in the super-regional competition. The CCES Master Builders Red Team - fifth-grader Katelyn Miller; fourth-graders Peyton Bowen, O'Rion Carter, Mackenzie Cornett, Kaitlin Ferguson and Bryson Wheeler; and third-graders Hayden Erickson, Ramona Jensen, Noah Paige and Cooper Souders - competed against 33 other teams from across northwest Georgia Jan. 14 at the KellRobotics Super-Regional Competition in Marietta and "had a great day," said Gateway teacher Robin Morrow, who coaches the team with fifth-grade teacher Susan Gilmore and Gateway teacher Shelly Abernathy.

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  7. Cartersville City Board of Education will honor the football team,aRead the original story

    Jan 6, 2017 | Daily Tribune News

    The Cartersville City School Board will recognize its state-champion football team, consider a bid for a large tract of land it's selling and take care of a few yearly housekeeping tasks at its first meeting of 2017. During a work session Thursday night, board members discussed recognizing junior quarterback Trevor Lawrence and the other 100 football players as well as the coaches, team managers and student athletic trainers with specially made medals in honor of the Purple Hurricanes' second consecutive state championship.

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  8. Clear Creek Elementary School robotics team heads to super-regional nextaRead the original story

    Dec 20, 2016 | Daily Tribune News

    A robotics team from Clear Creek Elementary School is headed to the next stop on its journey to an international championship. The CCES Master Builders Red Team will be one of 32 teams competing at the KellRobotics Super-Regional Competition Saturday, Jan. 14, at the Kennesaw Charter Science and Math Academy after qualifying at the Wheeler CircuitRunner FIRST LEGO League Regional Competition Dec. 10 at East Cobb Middle School in Marietta.

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  9. Woodland falls behind early at No. 5-ranked KellRead the original story

    Oct 28, 2016 | Daily Tribune News

    With 48 of the team's 70 players either freshmen and sophomores, the young Woodland High football team has taken tremendous strides this season, particularly in the last five games. That improvement by the Wildcats has been transpiring at such a rapid rate, it could even be seen over the course of the game Friday night.

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  10. GHC sends - Wise' staff member to Leadership AcademyRead the original story

    Sep 28, 2016 | Daily Tribune News

    Veterans Affairs Coordinator Amy Wise from the Cartersville campus and Enrollment Management Specialist Lynzee Patrick from the Marietta site will be representing the college in the 2016-2018 class, joining the college's 2015-2017 class representatives, communication professor Travice Baldwin Obas and adviser Jillian Petro, both from the Cartersville campus. For almost 25 years, the CEC has been dedicated to improving the quality of education among its participating schools, colleges and universities in Cobb County: Chattahoochee Technical College, Cobb County School District, Georgia Highlands College, Kennesaw State University and Marietta City Schools.

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  11. College fair gives students education options to considerRead the original story

    Sep 12, 2016 | Daily Tribune News

    Chattahoochee Technical College wants its students to have as much information as possible when they begin exploring their future educational options. To that end, CTC's career services will host the Fall 2016 College Fair Thursday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the atrium of the Marietta campus at 980 South Cobb Drive.

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