Skeletal remains were located off of Mt. Olivet Road in west-central Paulding County last week. UpDate. Detectives and Agents have preliminarily determined that the skeletal remains were those of an adult male. The GBI’s Medical Examiner and Forensic Anthropologists are still working diligently.
The Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) State Board has approved naming the VECTR (Veterans Education Career Transition Resource) Center at Chattahoochee Technical College the Superior Plumbing VECTR Center in honor of a $500,000 donation presented recently by TCSG State Board Member Jay Cunningham to the Chattahoochee Tech Foundation.
Dallas, Ga. – Congratulations to Dallas Elementary School’s “Venture Soil Detectives,” taught by Stephanie Atkinson, for winning the fifth-grade division of the Soil Health Explorers STEM Challenge held last spring.
Georgia Highlands College received a total of $4.1 million in state funding to renovate its Winn Building in Dallas near the current Paulding instructional site under the fiscal year 2019 state budget. A ribbon-cutting is planned for September 28.
In the early morning hours of Friday, September 10, 2021, Deputies with the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office were requested to assist a Georgia State Patrol Trooper on a traffic stop. The Trooper advised that he had an uncooperative male and that he needed assistance quickly.
East Paulding’s DECA program is back for another successful year. We are the 5th largest chapter in the state of Georgia and we are accepting offers from businesses and professionals to assist with our student mentoring efforts. DECA advisor, Halie Bissell, says that” local business partners are a cornerstone of our success.
In partnership with Drug-Free Paulding, DeAnne Turner and Dodie Callison will host Paulding County’s first annual International Drug Overdose Awareness Day on Tuesday, August 31, 2021, at 7 p.m. at Veteran’s Memorial Park Gazebo, 280 Constitution Blvd., Dallas, Georgia 30132.
The Paulding Rotary welcomed Joe Brannen of the Georgia Bankers Association. Mr. Brannen gave a presentation concerning the community banking industry. In addition, Mr. Brannen presented a plaque, from the Ga Bankers Association, honoring Mr. Ken Thigpen's 50+years in banking.
Deputies with the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office responded to a motor vehicle accident on Laird Road to assist the Georgia State Patrol. The driver, later identified as Kelley Marie Faulkner, was transported to a nearby hospital for treatment of her injuries which occurred during the accident. During the accident investigation and subsequent inventory of her vehicle, 10 fraudulent driver’s licenses and 62 fraudulent checks were located inside her car.