July 23, 2014

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Landers sees low turnout, strong support at jail meetings

 

By JIM LANGHAM • Progress Feature Writer

GROVER HILL – Earlier this week, Paulding County Sheriff Jason Landers said that he is a little hesitant so far about moving ahead with restoring the county jail, not because he hasn’t had favorable response about the possibility at “pulse meetings,” but because of the lack of attendance.

 
Two arrested after Paulding meth bust

 

PAULDING – Two Paulding men are facing felony charges after authorities allegedly discovered a meth lab in a home.

 
Special response team activated for 911 call

GROVER HILL – A Grover Hill man was arrested following a four-hour confrontation with law enforcement officers last week near Grover Hill. A woman escaped from the scene without injury.

 
Two post offices reducing hours

By NANCY WHITAKER • Progress Correspondent

At two separate meetings held Tuesday, July 15, patrons of Latty and Scott post offices heard the results of a recent survey.

In April 2013, the U.S. Postal Service made some cost-cutting measures to its Melrose, Grover Hill, Cecil and Haviland locations. Other post offices remained in jeopardy of either being closed, hours of operation trimmed, getting mail boxes, relocating the post offices to a business or residents going to another post office to get their mail.