A domestic dispute where an intoxicated male subject had a gun threatening family members. When Deputies arrived on scene at 2562 Highway 101 North (GA SR 101) Dallas, Georgia 30132 they made contact with several family members who had already exited the residence. The complainant stated that the male was inside the residence and he was possibly armed with a gun.
Paulding County 4-H students competed at the State 4-H Congress in Atlanta from July 23-26. The State 4-H Congress is the statewide public speaking and interview competition for 4-H’ers across Georgia.
The local Quilt of Valor Foundation presented Ray Cochran with a beautiful quilt for his service to our nation. The Quilts of Valor Foundation was begun in 2003 to honor and comfort veterans.
The Chattahoochee Tech Foundation Board of Trustees welcomed new Board members Arne Irwin, Daniel Jape, Henry Molinet and Megan Richards Flores at the quarterly meeting of the Board held Thursday, Aug. 8, at the Yanmar Evo Center in Acworth.
The East Paulding Fastpitch Booster Board, Coaching Staff, and Athletic Department hosted owner of JCW Contracting, Joe Woods, Sunday afternoon to cut the ribbon on our new scoreboard. The East Paulding Fastpitch Booster Club raised part of the funds through an email campaign fundraiser (big THANK YOU to our players, their families and friends) and Joe matched us, making the new scoreboard a reality.
Paulding E-911 received a call from a male complainant reference a domestic dispute with shots fired at 32 Holland Court Dallas, Georgia 30132 (Twelve Oaks Subdivision). The complainant advised 911 operators that he was at the residence visiting with the female homeowner when another male came in and pointed a gun at him.
State Rep. Micah Gravley R-Douglasville, whose district includes parts of Douglas and Paulding counties, was the keynote speaker for the Chamber’s August luncheon event. Gravley spoke about his years-long quest to pass the Hope Act, which allows registered patients in Georgia to obtain medicinal THC oil.
The Paulding Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting for Easy Walk Foot Clinic on August 12th. The clinic is located at 5604 Wendy Bagwell Pkwy., #311 in Hiram. Dr. Azuka Nwaedozie (“Dr. N”) has dedicated most of her life to giving back to others and serving her community in the medical field. Dr. N graduated from The New York College of Podiatric Medicine in New York City.
Missy Cusack of Chattahoochee Technical College and fellow Rotarian introduced 2 of 4 students Julie Mullenix and Rich Omari who are Rotary scholarship recipients and are attending Chattahoochee Technical College. The Paulding Rotary Club gladly continues to provide scholarship assistance to local students furthering their education.