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Catch It All: Teen Found; Kids Explore Parks; Motorist Killed; Teen Drinking

Teen found safe, kids explore parks, F-35 news, a new logo for Cobb EMC, motorist killed on I-75, how to write a resume, forum to tackle teen drinking and graduation gift ideas—take a look at the Wednesday Marietta news.

Wednesday, April 25

Police are looking for Sanai President-Horton, last seen Saturday with her father, Franklin Horton.

Maggie Adams, 16, had been missing for two weeks.

Take a look at the Junior Ranger program, which goes on at National Parks all year, and National Junior Ranger Day, which celebrates parks, history and trains this Saturday.

Celebrate the warm weather with some fun outdoor events, and celebrate your graduate with deals on laptops and phones.

The two-hour mission tested the flying qualities of the aircraft while maneuvering with external weapons. This test paves the way for weapons separation testing later this year.

Take a look at the new logo and the old logo for Cobb EMC, and tell us what you think.

Take a look at news from the surrounding area on Wednesday, April 25.

Join the Georgia Department of Labor for tips on how to write the perfect resume.

Learn about the problem and solutions Thursday night live on Marietta Patch.

Georgia Department of Labor is set to give resume-writing advice in a Wednesday live chat featured on Marietta Patch.

Tuesday, April 24

A performance by Marietta second graders and an art show raised money for the Sawyer Road Elementary Art Department. Take a look at some of the displayed artwork.

Take a look at news from Marietta and the surrounding area on Tuesday, April 24.

Come hear about programs that help low and moderate-income families buy a house or repair their current home.

Vegans and those with lactose intolerance need to work a bit harder to ensure they get calcium. Here are some non-dairy calcium sources to help prevent osteoporosis.

Justin Balmes competed in the three-round cooking contest to win money for SafePath Children's Advocacy Center and make up for losing last year on "Food Network Star."

We have the winning April photos for the Cobb Photographic Society contest.

Chattahoochee Technical College culinary students competed in the First Annual Chili Cook-Off for bragging rights and prizes.

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