Paulding students ramp up for annual fall football...
by Mary Cosgrove
mcosgrove@neighbornewspapers.com
02:57 PM, Tuesday, September 30
As the weather gets cooler and football moves further into the season, homecoming celebrations are nearing. Paulding County high schools are all preparing for, or have already had, their homecoming festivities, breaking out the decorations, floats...

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