The South Paulding Spartans welcomed the New Manchester Jaguars for the Spartans homecoming and looking for their first win of the year. The Jaguars held strong and denied the Spartans a score till late in the 4th quarter. The Jaguars took home the win 20-6 and held the Spartans to an undefeated season so far.
Marine Corps Private First Class William Romero has graduated from basic military training at Parris Island, South Carolina. He is the son of Carlos Romero and Esmeralda Romero of Dallas, Ga. Private First Class Romero is a 2017 graduate of Paulding County High School.
New Georgia Elementary bus drivers and monitors, and those all over the county are AWESOME!! Principal Sonja Nelson and Assistant Principal Andy Davis presented the drivers with a basket of goodies in honor of Bus Driver Appreciation Day.
Five Alarm appreciation lunch honors local firefighters and emergency medical services crews. Cobb EMC’s seventh annual Five Alarm, an appreciation luncheon for firefighters and emergency medical services crews, honored more than 80 first responders across the electric cooperative’s five-county service area.
North Paulding got off to a good start with 17-points on the board, then kept up the pressure to finish with a 24 - 17 victory.
The sniper/rifle range was just part of the future plan with no completion date in sight. With the hard work and dedication of many Sheriff’s Office employees and community partners, we were able to complete our sniper/rifle range just a few months ago.
The Hiram Hornets were the only team from the county to advance to the State tournament as North Paulding fell to Camden County and South Paulding lost to Alpharetta. Hiram made quick work of Southwest Dekalb and won the match 3-0 and advanced to the 2nd round where they will travel to Buford.
Executive Director of the Georgia Public Defender Council has appointed Angela O’Conor as the Paulding Circuit Public Defender. Angela received her Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Science from the University of Tennessee in 2002. She attended John Marshall Law School while serving as a Marietta police officer and interning for two semesters with the Cobb County District Attorney’s office, earning her J.D. in 2008.
A flock of pink flamingos will be roosting on the front lawn of South Paulding High School's football stadium for our Pink Out game on October 27th. The flamingos are available for “adoption” for a small fee to help raise awareness of breast cancer and to raise funds to support breast-cancer care in our area.