Sparks were flying as high school students combined moments of focused concentration with quick movements between stations to complete their projects.
A planning meeting for Cedartown High School’s graduating class of 1965 will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 10 at Polk Memory Gardens.
The Cedartown Auditorium will be rocking on Saturday, Jan. 24 for the first ever JAMuary benefit concert set to start at 7 p.m.
The Polk County Chamber of Commerce announced the new chair of the board for 2015 at a morning breakfast to start off their new year of business for promoting Aragon, Cedartown and Rockmart business.
Students at Cherokee Elementary School are using the story of one University of Georgia football star to help them in their own studies.
Pirkle's Deli and Jordan Hubbard, owner of the Mobley Building, received checks for grants to help pay for the facade upgrades on both buildings through the Downtown Cedartown Association.
A whole weekend of events in Polk County to celebrate the legacy of legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. were packed together and capped off on Monday night in Cedartown with the annual celebration in the Civic Center.
From country to rock, from flashy guitar riffs to slow soulful ballads, the Cedartown Civic Auditorium will be the place to get a heaping helping of some of the best sound around on January 24.
Several January events in Cedartown are hosted by Youth Working Together for a “Speedy” Awareness (YWTSA), Inc.
Cedartown Fire Chief Darrell Stephens wants residents to be wary of phone calls coming in about scammers offering checks of smoke detectors.
Editor’s Note: Content is drawn from varied sources, including the files of Polk County Historical Society. File Photo: The Cedartown Standard. Looking Back is part of a weekly series on the people and places that make up the history of Polk County.
A drug company reported several pieces of equipment stolen, according to county police department reports.
More than one dozen City of Cedartown employees were recognized in front of a full house at the January 12 regular session of the Cedartown City Commission. These employees were recognized for a number of achievements including outstanding effort and attitude, longevity and retirement.
The Polk County Historical Society will have a local speaker talk about the early history of the Cherokee nation in Polk County for their January gathering.
Polk County residents who want to gather in solidarity for civil rights and in the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. are holding a walk Monday in downtown Cedartown.
A Cedartown business reported a break in, but nothing was taken, according to reports.
One local fast food restaurant is changing its image to accommodate the lifestyles of modern families.
Polk County’s Community Relations Commission are hosting 2 events this year in celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day coming up on Jan. 19.
Polk County has a number of transportation arteries, which move traffic along not only federal and state routes but also county roads that are tourist favorites due to scenic views of rolling hills, agricultural acreage and historic sites.
Trey Kelley spent a busy afternoon over the weekend hearing from constituents before heading off to the first day of the 2015 state legislative session Monday just before press time.