College signing ceremonies held it South Paulding high school for basketball scholarship students. Congratulations South Paulding students. SPHS Basketball Scholarship Signings.
Marine Corps Private First Class James Johnson has graduated from basic military training at Parris Island, South Carolina. He is the son of James Johnson Sr. and Naomi Johnson of Hiram, Ga. Private First Class Johnson is a 2016 graduate of Hiram High School.
Congratulations North Paulding high school students. College signing ceremony held at North Paulding high school. North Paulding High School Fall signings.
Congratulations to Ty Delancey from East Paulding High School who signed to play baseball with Savannah State University. Congratulations to Kayla Laukka who signed with Tallahassee Community College to play softball after graduation form East Paulding High School.
Congratulations to the New Georgia Science Fair winners!! The first and second place winners will compete in the Regional Science Fair on February 11th at Kennesaw Mountain High School.
Georgia Highlands College fall enrollment saw yet another bump this year with an increase of 4.6 percent. This is the fifth consecutive enrollment increase for GHC. This increase follows a 9.9 percent increase in the summer, a 6.3 percent increase last spring and a 7.1 percent increase last fall.
South Paulding graduate Chandler Burks leads the Kennesaw St. Owl’s football team to an 8-2 start. Burks stepped in as the quarterback in the first game of the season after starter Trey White went down with a season ending injury.
Congratulations to the students pictured above for being asked to be members of the Paulding County District Honor Chorus. They will perform in March with other members from across the county.
NPHS Army JROTC 10th Annual Veterans Day Breakfast on Veteran's Day sponsored by Comcast was held on Nov. 11, 2016. Attending were Pvt. Matthew Webb and WWII veteran Ed Tibbitts. Webb, a 2016 NPHS graduates, had graduated from Marine CorpsRecruiting Depot Parris Island, SC on Nov. 10, 2016.
For the second straight year, the Wolfpack travelled to Colquitt County for their week one Playoff Game. North Paulding ended the season 7-4 and have made a playoff appearance every year under Coach Jones’ Reign.
Paulding County Patriots gave a valiant effort against East Paulding. The game tying extra point with 7 seconds remaining went left giving the Raiders one last win for the year 28 to 27.
Congratulations to the New Georgia Elementary October Students of the Month! These students show good citizenship in their classroom, school and community.
South Paulding traveled to Creekside to play the Seminoles for their last game of the year. South finished the season with a record of 2-8 after a loss to Creekside 42-21.
The Hiram Hornets closed out their gridiron season Friday night at home in a tough fashion as the Kell Longhorns came to the nest with the sole purpose of keeping their winning ways going in their march to the playoffs.