More news offered from Paulding County’s most notable ongoing infrastructure project. One part of Paulding’s reservoir project was recently completed ahead of schedule, according to Brown and Caldwell’s Kelly Comstock, a managing consultant for the project.
Nurses play a critical role in helping patients heal, both physically and emotionally. Across WellStar Health System, nurses are at the center of the not-for-profit’s mission to deliver world-class healthcare to patients.
City of Dallas, kicked off their Block Party concert featuring Mother's Finest with local band Sky-Jacker 45 in Downtown Historic Dallas. A mobile stage was erected across Main Street next to the historic courthouse. As the stage was prepared for the bands, food trucks and local groups lined up along Main Street.
The House this week passed, with Rep. Tom Graves’ (R-GA-14) support, the Mobile Workforce State Income Tax Simplification Act (H.R. 1393) and the Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act (H.R. 2353).
Georgia Highlands College’s student-run newspaper the Six Mile Post has been quite comfortable going head-to-head against larger schools in the state, bringing home several awards this past year, including first place in General Excellence and first place for Online Newspaper.
The Paulding County Bar Association was awarded the Award of Merit for local and voluntary bar association of 50 members of less and the Best New Entry Award among all of Georgia’s local and voluntary bar associations.
Dallas Chief of Police, Scott Halter, announced Sgt. Betty Murray of the Dallas Police Department as the recipient of the Service Above Self Award for Officer of the Year.
Dallas, Georgia – June 13th, 2017 – The Paulding County Rotary club has honored Lieutenant Mark Morgan with its annual “Service Above-Self Award”. Lieutenant Morgan has resided in Paulding County for over twenty five years and began as a volunteer firefighter in 1995.