Local Artist Bill Lawson is suffering from vision loss and a benefit is being held in his honor on Saturday, March 23, from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.
By Steve Alexander
The LCHS varsity boys soccer team got off to a 1-1 start in Region 7-AAA play when the Indians secured an overtime victory against the Fannin County Rebels before losing a heartbreaker in penalty k
By Greg Finan, Jr.
Shots were fired and a Lumpkin County deputy was struck by a truck Friday night as a White County woman fled the scene of an attempted burglary on Pecks Mill Creek Road, according to reports from t
By Matt Aiken
The turnout was low but the result was clear.
By Staff Report
Few people find a job they love at the tender age of 14 — Jenica Maxwell, now owner of Vanna BBQ, is one of those lucky few.
LCHS striker Hope Kenney put on an offensive performance of epic proportions on the pitch last week to help the Lady Indians jump out to a 2-0 record in Region 7-AAA play when the LCHS varsity girls soccer team defeated Fannin County and North Hall last week.
After several seasons of not having a middle school team, Lumpkin County Middle School revitalized its golf program for the 2019 season and the result on the links has been a resounding success.
After rainy weather cancelled the first meet of the LCHS track and field team’s 2019 season, the Indians and Lady Indians were finally able to get the season started when they hosted the Union County Panthers for a meet on Tuesday, March 5.
John Francis Barr III, 75, passed away on February 5, 2019. John was born on February 11, 1944, in Jacksonville, Florida, to the late John F. Barr Jr. and Joan T. Barr.
While John lived most of his life in various parts of Florida, he also lived in N.C. for several years before relocating to Dahlonega for the last 3 years of his life.
Mrs. Janett Shreffler, age 83, of Dahlonega passed away Tuesday, December 11, 2018.
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