Patriot head coach Kevin Hammett gets his players motivated in the 4th quarter as the Patriots fought back to draw even with the Trojans at 55. Hammett and the Patriots are currently in 3rd place in the region with a 6-3 record and 15-3 overall.
Think about your loved ones. What will their future be like? Can you picture them living in your house for many years from now? Can you picture your children going to college? Can you picture your spouse or partner enjoying a comfortable retirement? These are all pleasant visions – but what if you weren’t in these pictures?
Hiram High School CTI (Career & Technical Instruction) members participated in the annual school-wide Hiram Difference event which was held on December 7 for the Kindergarten students from Panter Elementary.
Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities Commissioner Judy Fitzgerald, presents a diploma to Dena Payne, director of intellectual and developmental disability services at Highland Rivers Health, upon her completion of the DBHDD Management Academy last month.
Paulding Fine Arts is pleased to present to you The Art of Manami Lingerfelt of Dallas Georgia! Ms. Lingerfelt's work will be on display between January 10 and March 1, 2019, in the Courtroom Gallery of the Historic Courthouse Gallery & Studios located at 11 Courthouse Square in Dallas.
The Paulding Fine Arts Association is proud to announce our 32nd Annual Student Art Show! This art competition is for students aged 3 through 18 years. The work of 4 winners in each age group will make up the March Exhibit at the Historic Courthouse Gallery & Studios!
The Paulding Retired Educators met on January 8th at the First Baptist Church in Dallas. Dr. Joe Tanner, a Silver Sneakers instructor, spoke about the benefits of exercise for seniors.
A crate late model race car bullets into the curve of a dirt race track in Georgia. Over 2,000 pounds of chassis, shocks, springs, tires, and sheet metal body careen at over 100 mph. This is a typical Saturday for Georgia Highlands College student Logan Palmer.
American Legion Post 111 had a busy holiday season conducting a toy drive and hosting Santa and Mrs. Claus. In November, the Post had their 2nd annual “Toys for Tots” campaign at the conclusion of their U.S. Marine Corps Birthday Celebration. This year not only did Post 111 again receive tremendous support from their own groups at the Post but also, from the community as well.