Warmth For Winter Project Donates Hundreds of Articles of Warm Clothing and Personal Supplies to Locals in Need. Donations of new or gently used warm articles of clothing or personal care items such as toiletries are accepted year-round. Individuals, Churches, Schools, Civic Organizations, etc. are welcome to contact the project to learn how to get involved and help.
The Paulding County Sheriff’s Office mourns the loss of retired Sheriff Bruce Harris. Sheriff Harris passed away surrounded by his family at Kennestone Hospital on Sunday, January 12, 2020, at approximately 7:40 PM. Sheriff Bruce Harris was a native Paulding Countian and loved his home and the people of Paulding County.
American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 111, in Dallas, recently presented Paulding County Sheriff Gary Gulledge with a $3,000.00 check to support “Cops for Kids.” This is a shopping event that “takes underprivileged children who live in Paulding County and pairs them with a Deputy to go shopping at Christmas.”
Carroll Electric Membership Cooperative has restored power to all but just a handful of its Members affected by storms that pushed across the service area Saturday evening. Efforts continue Sunday morning to restore electric service to those remaining.
Paulding County High School honored former Coach Nancy C. Waldrep for her dedication to students and athletes in Paulding County. The basketball court in the old gym was named in her honor.
Alternative Baseball is proud to announce Craig Brazell as the first professional player to sign on for a Class B Show: Ole Time Classic II. Brazell, a Montgomery, Alabama native, played parts of 2004 and 2007 for Major League Baseball's New York Mets and Kansas City Royals.
Chattahoochee Technical College announces the selection of Missy Cusack, of Paulding County, as the college’s new vice president of Student Affairs. Cusack has worked with Chattahoochee Tech for the past 20 years, serving for the past six years as the college’s executive director of enrollment services. In this capacity, she was the leader of the largest Admissions and Records Department within the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG).
Truth in Nature is now accepting applications for its 2020 calendar year of programs in Dallas, GA, and surrounding communities. Truth in Nature has grown its reach locally in the Dallas, GA community and now offers 2 mentoring programs per month. These chapters are run by local residents Lee Hurley (Dallas 1) and Edward Estes (Dallas 2). Truth in Nature programs offers fatherless young men a mentoring relationship in a Christian environment.
Our most powerful and effective crime-fighting and prevention tool we have in Dallas is the trust and cooperation of our citizens. I am confident that we will continue to work to provide the utmost in professional police services to the City of Dallas to ensure that 2020 will be our safest year yet.