Thursday, May 5th, Paulding County received a 911 call for a possible motor vehicle accident off a bridge into Sweetwater Creek, near 1823 Friendship Church Road. The caller told 911 Operators they had been searching for a family member, who was reported missing around 3:30 am.
We are proud to announce that seventeen (17) Team Members at our Hiram and Dallas (GA) locations have received a scholarship through Chick-fil-A’s Remarkable Futures initiative.
Detective Stephen Quimby officially retired from the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, an official retirement celebration was unable to be held, but the Deputies and civilian staff at the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office were able to send him away with good wishes from afar.
Autism awareness is extremely important for all first responders, especially law enforcement officers. Several years ago, the Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council (P.O.S.T.) implemented the Governor’s Initiative Training program. The Governor’s Initiative Training program was implemented to include specific mandatory training for every law enforcement officer in Georgia. Some of the training includes de-escalation, autism awareness, the use of force, community policing, cultural awareness, and several other courses.
Multiple contractors will be present and ready to hire both experienced and inexperienced plumbers for commercial and industrial piping projects in the Metro Atlanta and Athens area. No experience is required. The pay range is $15-$35 per hour plus health insurance including dental and vision.
Every year Paulding County Farm Bureau awards scholarships to deserving Paulding County Seniors in Memory of Dr Jim Goodman past president of Paulding County Farm Bureau and county dentist. Dr Goodman believed education was one of the most important tools a person could obtain.
Paulding County Cloverleaf 4-H’ers traveled to Seven Springs Church in Lithia Springs, Georgia to compete at the County Project Achievement (CPA) competition. There were 49 students that competed at the 1st ever county-level event. Each student presented in 1 of 34 categories for their specific program areas.
A select group of Chattahoochee Tech students is better prepared to serve as effective workforce leaders upon graduating from the college’s 2021 Student Leadership Academy. The college honored these students in a ceremony held Friday, April 16, at the North Metro Campus.
Kaleigh Minyard, a representative from Hiram High School Career & Technical Instruction (CTI), attended the 39th Annual CTI State Leadership Conference that was held virtually on April 14-16, 2021.