The Paulding County Patriots took to the road for the 1st time this season. The schedule found them traveling to Marietta to face a group of angry Longhorns that were winless on the the season.
The Spartans traveled to Douglasville to take on the very tough Tigers in hopes of gaining their first win. Unfortunately, the Spartans just could not get anything going on offense or defense.
Kenneth Higginbotham of Dallas underwent WellStar Paulding Hospital’s first percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) procedure September 18. Abdul Sheikh, M.D. was the interventional cardiologist who performed the minimally invasive procedure.
New Georgia Elementary in Paulding County, GA has been awarded a $3,000 Georgia Shape school health grant. Georgia Shape, Governor Nathan Deal’s Childhood Obesity Initiative, recently announced grants to 26 schools, including New GA, totaling $116,000 for the 2017-2018 school year.
Hiram High School Career and Technical Instruction (CTI) student organization elected officers for the 2017-18 school year. The officers are Azavian Joiner, President; Timothy Thurner, Vice President; and Micheal Minyard, Secretary.
Georgia Highlands College welcomed three new coaches over the summer for the men’s basketball team, the women’s basketball team and the softball team.
The Paulding County Patriots volleyball team recently honored the out going seniors from the class of 2018. The Patriots hosted the Pepperell Dragons from Lindale and the Patriots came away with their first victory on the season.
The American Legion recently recognized four veterans for their outstanding volunteerism at Post 111 in Dallas. Those honored were Max Thomas and George Delmar Cook, both U.S. Air Force veterans, Billy Cooper, a U.S. Marine and Harold Thomason, who served in the U.S. Army.
Paulding Chamber of Commerce continued its tradition of honoring local public safety officials for their outstanding service at the Georgia Power Luncheon last week in Dallas.