Fees for several Lumpkin County departments will be going up next year.
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This year’s Lumpkin County High School Class of 2017 has bragging rights when it comes to academic achievements.
In the third part of The Dahlonega Nugget's five-part series introducing the candidates for the upcoming City elections, The Nugget will focus on the two candidates running for Post 2.
Between downed trees and lack of power to many areas of the county, Hurricane Irma’s aftermath robbed Lumpkin County students of five days of instruction.
Dahlonega and Lumpkin County reached a tentative agreement to split the proposed 2020 SPLOST (Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax) 21 percent for the city and 79 percent for the county last week