Bates helps families cope with their child’s brain cancer
by Bill Baldowski
April 22, 2014 04:35 PM | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend
Tammy Bates said she knows all too well what parents of a child suffering from a brain tumor are going through. The Dallas resident has “been there and done that,” as she calls her journey with her late son, Brody, and, because of it, has the memories and courage to help other families walking down a path she called a parent’s worst nightmare. It was on May 26, 2009, less than a year and a half after he was diagnosed, that the Bates’ youngest son, 8-year-old Brody, died of a brain t...
Local high school students in engine-building competition at speedway
South Paulding High School automotive students will compete Saturday against teams from Georgia and Tennessee at Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton to find who can tear down and rebuild an engine th...
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WellStar stabilized health care in Paulding community
Paulding’s medical facilities suffered growing pains for years before the company which became WellStar bought the facility. Two longtime Paulding medical professionals recently recalled some of th...
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Some Paulding residents take issue with lack of transparency
Jan Louie moved from bustling Decatur to rural Paulding in 2005 for the peace and quiet. So did Anthony Avery after moving from Fayette County in 2007. Both received a shock in October when they he...
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Elected officials and college degrees
Apr 04, 2014 | 118224 views | 0 0 comments | 85 85 recommendations | email to a friend | print

Do you think it is important for elected officials to have college degrees?