Washington, D.C. – Rep. Tom Graves (R-GA-14) today voted for and the House passed the Conference Report to Accompany the Agriculture Improvement Act (H.R. 2) – commonly referred to as the Farm Bill. This legislation, which addresses differences between the House and Senate’s previously-passed versions of the bill, sets policy for agriculture and nutrition programs for the next five years.
The student organization runs “The Nest,” a coffee & snack self-serve shop in the KSU Paulding office, all proceeds go towards a community outreach project during the holiday season. This year, the group choose to purchase gifts including fleece blankets, tissues, crayons & coloring books for the 184 residents.
Exile had 10 number one singles including “I Don’t Want to be a Memory,” “Give Me One More Chance,” and “She’s A Miracle.” Exile received 11 nominations for Vocal Group of The Year and Best Instrumental Performance for the Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music Awards. Exile will bring their country rock and Christmas show to Mill Town Music Hall on Saturday, December 15th at 7:00 pm. For more information, contact the box office at (770) 537-6455 or online at www.milltownmusichall.com.
The Child Abuse Protocol Committee members updated their conflict resolution policy at the Diane Wright Innovation Center in Hiram last week. The committee’s protocol has been revisited several times over the years in accordance with annual statutory mandates.
Dallas Resident Danny Phelps Takes Part in the Ringing of the Bell at the New York Stock Exchange on Veterans Day 2018.
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church teamed up with Taste And See Ministries to prepare a beautiful sit-down dinner for Paulding's Homeless and less fortunate. Last week they decided to do something very special for Thanksgiving and treat these folks to a fine dining experience. So members from Pleasant Grove and South Paulding Key Club transformed the In Christ Worship Center into a pretty dining hall and gave them to a special evening, with Kasey Williams from Celebration Church of God sharing a message of hope with them.
The Frog Golf Course, one of the premier attractions in Paulding County, celebrated 20 years of operation on Friday and Saturday. Golfers from all over the country come to play the renowned Tom Fazio course each year.
Georgia Department of Human Services has launched a Parental Accountability Program (PAC) in Paulding County. The program held a ribbon-cutting event earlier this month at the Paulding County Courthouse.
The House Republican Caucus elected State Representative Micah Gravley (R-Douglasville) as the House Majority Caucus Vice-Chairman during caucus elections on Tuesday, November 13, 2018. “Our caucus has led the way on critical issues that are important to all Georgians,” said Majority Caucus Vice-Chairman, Rep. Gravley. “I am excited to work on behalf of the caucus as we continue to lead on the issues that matter to Georgians.”
CareLink of Northwest Georgia’s community health and resource center, intended to provide low-cost, high-quality medical care and support resources, officially opened last week and delivered its first day of operation. The building was acquired from WellStar and was being readied over the summer and completed last month.
A retirement reception was held in the Jail to honor the service of two longtime Paulding Deputies. Lieutenant Kathy Etheridge and Corporal Linda Kinnin were honored as they were surrounded by their friends, family, and co-workers. Together, Lieutenant Etheridge and Corporal Kinnin have over 42 years of service to the citizens of Paulding County. As of Friday, November 16, 2018, both will officially retire from service.
Paulding County, GA. On Tuesday, November 13, 2018, Detective Sean Lipstreu and Detective Steve Sorrells were jointly awarded the Paulding County Board of Commissioners Public Safety Award. Detectives Lipstreu and Sorrells were awarded the Commissioner’s Public Safety Award for their exemplary service to the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office and the children of Paulding County.
(Paulding County, GA) The State of Georgia’s Tourism Product Development Team (TPD) delivered its tourism potential report for Paulding County during a public meeting held Wednesday, November 7, 2018, in the Dallas Civic Center.
Pirate Printing, Larry & Jeannine Jernigan, Derek & Kim Carruth hosted a Rock-N-Ride benefit Oct. 28th, for Pam Houze. Our goal was to raise money to help the family while she has been out of work & assist with medical bills. With 67 registered bikers, sponsors, vendors, Boston Butt sales, car show, & live music from Vertigo Swirl and Cannon, we were able to raise $17000.00 for Pam!