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!
For the fourth year in a row, the Board of Trustees received the Role Model Foundation Board Certification from the Technical College Foundation Association (TCFA). Along with this award, the college’s Board of Directors received recognition for every Board member having completed a certification process administered by the Technical College Directors’ Association (TCDA).
The Association County Commissioners of Georgia, ACCG or Georgia’s County Association, recently presented county officials with their certificates for the completion of their continuing education requirements within the ACCG Lifelong Learning Academy. Recipients were recognized for their accomplishments during the 2018 Legislative Leadership Conference (LLC) in Glynn County, GA. Ron Davis was one of many county officials who received recognition during the conference.
Conservatives living in Georgia have a new kind of neighbor. Every day, thousands of people living on the liberal coasts are throwing their hands up and leaving their home states for greener pastures. Conservative states like Georgia offer everything that states like California and New York cannot: low taxes, economic mobility, affordable housing, fewer barriers to starting your own business, safer neighborhoods and a more trustworthy government.
Sheriff Gary Gulledge announces the 2018 Paulding County Sheriff’s Office Cops for Kids Christmas shopping event requirements and important dates. Cops for Kids targets children ages 8 to 13 in an effort to promote positive interaction with the young people of Paulding County and the Sheriff’s Office.
Downtown Dallas hosted approximately 4500-5000 trick-or-treaters this past Halloween evening. During the course of the evening, residents showed up with her children dressed in all sorts of costumes to participate in the Halloween Hawaiian Luau.
While Deputies were en route to the scene, the call was upgraded to a shooting in progress involving multiple individuals. When Deputies arrived on the scene, they encountered multiple individuals and noticed that several vehicles had been shot along with one white male subject.
Paulding Retired Educators who will celebrate Georgia Retired Educators Day on Sunday, November 4, 2018. Please join us in celebrating all our retired educators in Paulding County and Georgia.
The Georgia Department of Economic Development’s Georgia Tourism Product Development (TPD) Resource Team will return to Paulding County on November 7 to present its final report. The TPD Resource Team is a statewide initiative that provides communities with the resources needed to identify tourism product and increase visitor activity throughout the community. The final findings will be shared at a public meeting at the Dallas Theater.
State Rep. Micah Gravley, R-Douglasville, recently received the “Champion of Georgia Cities" award from the Georgia Municipal Association (GMA). The award, which is given at the end of every two-year legislative term to state legislators who actively support major GMA initiatives and goals, was presented to Gravley by GMA Government Affairs Dir. Tom Gehl.
South Paulding High School graduate and Dallas, Georgia, native currently serves aboard one of the U.S. Navy’s most valuable and capable warships, one that can carry 5,000 sailors and more than 70 warplanes anywhere in the world to defend America. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Ryan Rodriguez is a machinist's mate aboard the aircraft carrier USS George Washington, currently dry-docked in Newport News, Virginia.
Paulding Fine Arts would like to thank everyone who joined us for our 16th Annual Fall Fest which was held Saturday, October 14th! We had the most beautiful weather and a street, courtyard and beyond full of vendors selling amazing items, food and offering something for everyone! Great entertainment was provided on both entertainment stages.
Friday, October 12, 2018, the Paulding Judicial Circuit Drug Court Program hosted its third graduation since it began in January 2016. There were four graduates, which brings the total number of Paulding Drug Court graduates to twelve. Participants must remain in the Program for a minimum of 18 months, although most require approximately two years to graduate. After graduation, the participants must complete six months of aftercare.
Brown and Caldwell’s Kelly Comstock, a managing consultant on Paulding’s Richland Creek reservoir project, along with site engineers conducted tours of the water treatment plant (WTP), intake, and Dam on last week. Visitors signed-up for the 100 slots available. The RCR is located on approximately 700-acres of county-owned land in northern Paulding County, in the Post 4 district.