Jeff Branyon may be new to the City Marshal's job, but he's no stranger to Dahlonega.
The drop of the gavel to adjourn last Monday’s regularly scheduled meeting at City Hall marked the final time that Dahlonega mayor Gary McCullough would preside over a council meeting, ending an ev
By Greg Finan, Jr.
Dahlonega residents and visitors may have noticed the “Honey Wine” signs popping up on Morrison Moore Parkway just past Cavender Creek, which is Blair Housley’s way of
By Steve Alexander
A snowfall surprise greeted Lumpkin County last Friday morning, and kept right on falling
until Saturday morning.
By Matt Aiken
The Holiday Season is here and before you know it, 2018 will be upon us. First Night Dahlonega is the name of the third-annual New Year’s Eve event on the Dahlonega Square on Dec.
By Steve Alexander
When Lumpkin traveled to East Hall on Wednesday, Oct 4, for the Region 7-AAA Softball Tournament things didn’t go as the Lady Indians varsity softball team had planned, as they lost a heartbreaking, come-from-behind, late inning game to number one seed East Hall before losing to North Hall in the third/fourth place game.
The Lady Indians varsity softball team finished its regular season and jumped right into the first round of the Region 7-AAA Softball Playoffs with much success last week.
The LCHS varsity volleyball team continued to up the single-season wins record when it won 2-of-4 matches last week, recording the team’s 17th and 18th wins of the season.
The Lady Indians started the week hosting Lanier Christian and region rival East Hall at the Longhouse on Tuesday, Sept. 19.
Mr. Burt Walden Ashe, age 84, of Dahlonega, passed away Monday, December 4, 2017.
Judith “Judie” Elton, 67, of Dahlonega passed away Sunday December 10, 2017 at Northeast Georgia Medical Center following an extended illness.
Mrs. Barbara Hensley Lowe, age 77, of Dahlonega, Georgia passed away Tuesday December 5, 2017 after an extended illness.