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Ga highlands 600x314Georgia Highlands College is one of three recipients in Georgia to receive a $3,000 programming grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the American Library Association. More than 200 libraries, museums, state humanities councils, historical societies and other nonprofits across the country were selected to receive grants.

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Hiram council 600x314Hiram City Council met on June 2 for their regular session, which followed a series of public hearings. The first was to consider a zoning application by Cobb Subs Inc. to rezone approximately .814 acres from R-2 (Suburban Residential District) to B-2 (Highway Business District). Matthew Momtahan, counsel for the applicant, spoke in support of the application.

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emory wellstar 600x314After months of talks, the largest metro Atlanta health systems, WellStar and Emory University, opted not to merge WellStar announced last week. WellStar has five hospitals in northwest metro Atlanta, including WellStar Paulding and Kennestone Regional Medical Center in Marietta.

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chamber600x314The Paulding Chamber of Commerce hosted Atlanta Regional Commission’s Katherine Zitsch. Ms. Zitsch is a manager of the Natural Resources Division and in that capacity knows a lot about Georgia water, ongoing water litigation with bordering states, and how best to manage that most important of natural resources.

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greystone 600x314GreyStone Power Corporation’s Public Relations and Communications team recently received national recognition in the 2015 Spotlight on Excellence awards program, sponsored by the Council of Rural Electric Communicators and the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association.

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BOC 600x314Paulding Court Administrator Frank Baker and Paulding Superior Court Judge Dean Bucci addressed the Board of Commissioners during their May 12 morning session regarding off-site trips to drug court programs. Bucci told the Board that the next visit was planned to Whitfield County, which has a very successful program and could serve as model for Paulding County.

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