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On Friday, September 11, 2020, the Paulding County Sheriff's Office and the Paulding County Fire Department will hold a ceremony at Mt. Tabor Park (at the 9-11 memorial site) honoring the men and women who gave their lives to help others on one unforgettable day, 9/11/2001. As a precaution, social distancing will be practiced at this outdoor event.
As the largest class ever, 267 top students from across the country have won Stamps Scholarships, joining an accomplished network of highly driven individuals who are committed to leaving an impact on their local and larger communities.
Georgia Farm Bureau (GFB) members who grow Bermudagrass hay are encouraged to enter the 2020 GFB Quality Hay Contest. Hay entered in the contest will be tested at a University of Georgia lab using the Relative Forage Quality (RFQ) Test, which provides an analysis of the nutritional value of the hay. Winners will be determined by the RFQ analysis. The deadline to enter is Oct. 31.
Upon entering the residence, Deputies made contact with Harris who was wounded. Once they made contact, Deputies and EMS attempted to secure and treat Harris. Harris picked up a sword and attempted to attack the Deputies and EMS. Harris was tased by Deputy Carl Brown but continued to advance with the sword. Deputy Alan Perry shot Harris, and he was taken to the hospital by ambulance.
A 2019 Polaris Ranger was taken from 2053 Pleasant Grove Road Temple, GA which is in western Paulding County. The victim, along with his friends were able to track down the Polaris Ranger several hours later in Southern Trace subdivision where they were able to hold the suspects, Joshua Clay Arp (W/M, 30 YOA) and Nina Larie Jenkins (W-F, 35 YOA) until law enforcement arrived.
Paulding County Sheriff Gary Gulledge is excited to announce the release of a smartphone application. This app will serve as a new way for the Sheriff’s Office to connect with Paulding County residents and visitors, providing information quickly and efficiently to anyone with a smartphone.
Firefighter/FAO Steve Mattix Retires After 24. Years On behalf of PCFD, and the thousands of citizens Firefighter/FAO/Paramedic Mattix has helped over his long career, we say thank you and best wishes Steve for a long and happy retirement.
The Paulding County Mental Health Court is an 18-month program that offers a less costly, more effective alternative to incarceration. It improves the response to individuals with mental illnesses who have come in contact with the criminal justice system. The first graduation was held on July 23rd, 2020, to celebrate the first graduate of the program.
Chattahoochee Technical College students are stepping directly from the college’s welding classes into the community’s skilled workforce at Lane Mechanical Inc. Based in Paulding County, Lane Mechanical Inc. designs, engineers and manufactures commercial kitchen and foodservice equipment for customers worldwide, including restaurants, hotels, government facilities, schools, and corporate kitchens.
Dallas, Georgia, July 28, 2020. Ten Paulding County Firefighters, as well as several Sheriff’s Deputies and 911 Center Communication Officers, received commendations for their act of heroism during a recent house fire.
Paulding Deputies were dispatched to 195 Hillside Drive Dallas, GA to assist the Paulding County Fire Department with a residential structure fire where there was a person trapped inside the burning home. Multiple Deputies responded to the scene to assist Firefighters. Deputies immediately sprang into action to assist Firefighters who were already inside the burning home. Deputies began helping to facilitate an escape route for the Firefighters and the victim.
Paulding Boys and Girls Club may be forced to shut down after receiving an ultimatum from the organization on July 6th that will require the local chapter to do some fundraising to avoid closing. The club has until October 1st to meet certain criteria and raise about $200,000 in order to be allowed to continue.
Paulding County Board of Commissioners approved grants for the two accountability courts last week. One for Paulding’s Felony Drug Court and another for the more recently established court geared to defendants with mental health issues.