The battle over Roberta Green-Garrett’s downtown hotel plans may be reaching a truce.
By Greg Finan, Jr.
In this week's print edition and E-edition of The Dahlonega Nugget we recognize all Lumpkin County High School graduates in the class of 2018.
By Sharon Hall
From the Revolutionary War to Vietnam and today’s conflicts in the Middle East, young American men and women have fought—and died—to protect the freedoms we enjoy today.
By Sharon Hall
The ballots are in and Lumpkin County voters have spoken. But not every race has been resolved.
By Matt Aiken
The University of North Georgia softball team is headed to Salem, Va.
The Indians varsity football team utilized the wishbone offense with impressive results and received a solid performance from its defensive unit to defeat Johnson High School in a Spring game showdown at Cottrell Field on Friday, May 11.
The University of North Georgia softball team earned its fifth straight Peach Belt Conference (PBC) Tournament Championship and made program history with a mix of dominate pitching and powerful at-bats when the Nighthawks hosted the PBC tournament at Haines & Carolyn Hill Stadium this past weekend.
Dr. Donald Eugene Johnson “Don,” devoted husband, loving father, proud grandfather and great-grandfather, gentle dentist and dear friend died May 17, 2018 at the age of 88.
Mr. Thomas Marion McElduff, age 80, of Dahlonega passed away Sunday, May 20, 2018.
William H. Fricker Jr. (Billy), born June 1, 1954, left our world April 27, 2018. Jesus now has “The Best Trim Carpenter” at his side and on his team.
Billy grew up in Atlanta, attending Our Lady of the Assumption and Ridgeview High School. He made his living as a trim carpenter and was always in high demand.