The sniper/rifle range was just part of the future plan with no completion date in sight. With the hard work and dedication of many Sheriff’s Office employees and community partners, we were able to complete our sniper/rifle range just a few months ago.
The Hiram Hornets were the only team from the county to advance to the State tournament as North Paulding fell to Camden County and South Paulding lost to Alpharetta. Hiram made quick work of Southwest Dekalb and won the match 3-0 and advanced to the 2nd round where they will travel to Buford.
Executive Director of the Georgia Public Defender Council has appointed Angela O’Conor as the Paulding Circuit Public Defender. Angela received her Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Science from the University of Tennessee in 2002. She attended John Marshall Law School while serving as a Marietta police officer and interning for two semesters with the Cobb County District Attorney’s office, earning her J.D. in 2008.
A flock of pink flamingos will be roosting on the front lawn of South Paulding High School's football stadium for our Pink Out game on October 27th. The flamingos are available for “adoption” for a small fee to help raise awareness of breast cancer and to raise funds to support breast-cancer care in our area.
Some say football builds character and character is what defines you. If that is the case, East Paulding Raider’s character says they are winners without even looking at the score. The Raiders looked outward beyond the gridiron and made Brantley Dobbs, a 6-year-old young man with DIPG Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma.
The East Paulding Raiders contest over Woodline gave them a decisive win 41 to 21. The Raiders racked up 6, missed two extra points and made a 2 point conversion. John Estes passed for 2 TD with Dominic Burnam and Cole Brown receiving. John Estes rushed for 1 TD, Tyrell Robinson rushed for 2 TD and Jhalil Daniels rushed for 1 TD.
Georgia Highlands College has been named the most affordable four-year college in Georgia by Scholarship Owl. GHC was also referenced in an article by Ebony highlighting the research gathered by Scholarship Owl.
ASPCA reveals that approximately 7.6 million companion animals enter animal shelters nationwide every year. To assist animal shelters that house and support strays, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Douglas County is hosting its annual Movers for Mutts collection drive to provide necessary pet items to animal shelters and stray pets this fall season.
The vision of Keep Paulding Beautiful is to create an atmosphere that inspires Paulding County citizens to care for their environment in a way that impacts future generations. Keep Paulding Beautiful desire is to work with Paulding citizens to promote a clean and healthy environment in which to live, work, and play.