While early in the game, it looked like the Raiders struggled to play as a team, then pulled themselves together and made Carrolton work for the win. The Raiders would not quit as the game ended 41-43 in favor of Carrolton.
WellStar Health System has made a major investment in helping provide accessible and affordable healthcare and services to eligible Paulding County residents by partnering with CareLink of Northwest Georgia, Inc., the county’s first community health and resource center for the underserved and uninsured.
Agriculture is Georgia’s oldest industry and contributes over $70 billion annually to our state economy. Currently, one in seven Georgians work in agriculture, forestry or related fields. USDA reports that there are 40,000 farms, which encompass approximately 9.3 million acres of land.
Georgia Highlands College’s nursing program was ranked as the “#1 Most Affordable Nursing Degree in Georgia” by College Choice. This follows the program’s recent inclusion in GeriatricNursing.org’s article called ““30 Most Affordable Nursing Degree Programs,” and in 2015, being ranked second on a list of the 30 most affordable online RN-BSN degree programs in the nation put out by Great Value Colleges.
Thank you to the Dallas Rotary Club for visiting our New Georgia third graders. Each year they donate new dictionaries to each one of the third graders!
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.