The 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.
McKinley Queen was recognized by Dallas Mayor Boyd Austin and members of Dallas City Council for the completion of his Eagle Scout Service Project. McKinley was presented with a certificate of appreciation and commended for his achievement during May’s council meeting.
Chattahoochee Technical College will be expanding its program offerings with a new diploma and certificate program in barbering this fall. The college already offers cosmetology classes at three of its campuses, the new barbering courses will be added to the schedule for the Marietta Campus.
Georgia State Patrol Post Breaks Ground with a ceremonial event, the Paulding County Board of Commissioners along with the Georgia State Patrol announced their joint venture.
GreyStone 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.
Paulding Board of Commissioners voted 3-2 last week in support of an agenda item from Post 3 Commissioner Vernon Collett that amends section 2-61 of the Paulding County code of ordinances regarding videotaping and broadcast of Board of Commissioners meetings to include gavel to gavel coverage including entire public participation segments.
Paulding 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.
Detectives Seek Assistance in Entering Auto/Fraud Case (Paulding County, GA) The Paulding County Sheriff’s Office needs the assistance of the public in identifying two entering auto/fraud suspects.
Reynold Jennings Receives Inaugural Visionary Leadership Award WellStar Foundation Gala raises $265,000 for NICU equipment MARIETTA, Ga. (May 5, 2015)
Hiram High School CTI (Career & Technical Instruction) members attended the annual Georgia CTI State Leadership Conference on April 20-22 at Rock Eagle 4-H Center in Eatonton, Georgia.
Paulding County Transportation had 30 bus drivers to compete in an obstacle course to see who is the best bus driver. There were 8 difficult obstacles that tested their driving skills.
Paulding’s Station #14 in the New Georgia community, built with SPLOST funds, opened officially on March 31, but held its grand opening at a ceremony last week. Fire fighters and county officials joined citizens on April 28 for the ribbon-cutting event.
It might seem fitting that the commencement speaker at Chattahoochee Technical College’s 2015 graduation spoke about technology, including taking a selfie with the graduates and instructing them to text their thanks to the people who had supported them in their educational journey.
Chattahoochee Tech Nursing Graduates Honor Classmate with Bench. David E. Loos II of Waleska wanted to find a cure for cancer, according to Chattahoochee Technical College Program Director Quentina Pittman-Howell. It was that motivation to cure the disease that had claimed the life of his grandmother Susan Jenness that led him to pursue an associate degree in nursing at the college where he was on schedule to graduate in December 2014.