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The Georgia House of Representatives recently passed House Bill 216, the Firefighter Cancer Bill, which would include cancer as a condition covered by a firefighter’s workman’s compensation in Georgia. HB 216, sponsored by State Representative Micah Gravley (R-Douglasville), passed the House by a vote of 148-19 and will now be considered by the Senate.
Carroll Electric Membership Cooperative hosted its first Future Farmers of America Day on February 23. More than 150 students from local FFA chapters at Bowdon, Central, Haralson County, Heard County, Mount Zion, and Temple High Schools attended the event to commemorate National FFA Day at the cooperative.
Paulding water customers will pay higher rates to help fund the county’s Richland Creek Reservoir project, but reap the advantages in the long term says Kelly Comstock, the project’s chief engineer.
On February 23, 2016 Deputy Jason Garland of the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office Uniform Patrol Division was awarded the Paulding County Board of Commissioner’s Public Safety Award. Deputy Garland was awarded the Commissioner’s Public Safety Award for his exemplary service.
Un-Official Election Results 2016. Elections & Registration Paulding County 240 Constitution Blvd. Dallas, GA
Hiram City Council has hired a new city manager to fill the vacancy left by the city’s first manager Robbie Rokovitz. Barry Atkison, was chosen from five finalists by Mayor Teresa Philyaw and council members.
Responding to citizens wanting to assist law enforcement officials and build a stronger partnership in the fight against crime, Sheriff Gary Gulledge announced today that Paulding County citizens are being invited to become Honorary Members of the Georgia Sheriffs’ Association.
Georgia Highlands College was recently selected as one of three recipients in Georgia to receive a competitive “Latino Americans: 500 Years of History” grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the American Library Association. Georgia Regents University and the University of Georgia also received grants.
Paulding County Sheriff’s Office responded to the area of Mt. Tabor Church Road in reference to the theft of a package that had been delivered. The victim reported that she observed the package, and short time later, it was missing. In review of video surveillance footage, she then noticed the act had been caught on camera.
Pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 21-2-386 notice is hereby given that the tabulation of Absentee Ballots cast in the March 1, 2016 Presidential Preference Primary Election and the Post 1 Commission District Special Election will take place in the office of the Paulding County Board of Elections, 240 Constitution Blvd., Dallas, GA 30132 beginning at 5:00PM on March 1, 2016.
Supporters of a bill that would allow for the cultivation of medical marijuana in the state gathered at Georgia’s capitol Tuesday, Feb. 16 to deliver a petition to the governor. The press conference featured citizens and legislators showing their support of House Bill 722.
The Georgia Power Luncheon hosted by the Paulding Chamber of Commerce will welcome Consulate General of Canada Louise Blais as the keynote speaker for the March 3rd meeting. Commissioner Louise Blais began her professional career at Interpol and the National Archives of Canada.
The Spartans advance to the Elite 8 for the first time in school history, where they match up against #2 Miller Grove at Columbus State this Friday for a 4:45pm tip off.