• UNG Police Logs Criminal Homicide Report

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    The University of North Georgia Dahlonega Campus has posted an active case to their records for criminal homicide as of Wednesday morning.With many concerned about the homicide report, the UNG Office of University Relations sent a clarifying email to students, faculty and staff and issued the following statement.“UNG’s Office of Public Safety has received a […]

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  • Happy Thanksgiving

    Happy Thanksgiving from our FYN family to you and yours! Today, we reflect on the wonderful FYN community we have and are blessed and grateful – always! Have a wonderful holiday filled with lots of food, family and fun!

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  • Andrew Clyde announces which district he will represent

    Press Release – Andrew Clyde has addressed a major question he has faced since the annoucment of the new redistricting map. Andrew Clyde, the current district 9 representative, has been faced with a question after the congressional redistricting map was released. The new map moves Jackson, Elbert, Madison, and some of Clay county out of […]

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  • Georgia Congressional Redistricting Map approved by Georgia General Assembly: To be approved by Governor Brian Kemp

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    The Georgia General Assembly has approved a Congressional Redistricting Map. It was reveled today and announced by both the State Senate and State House of Representatives Majority Caucuses. David Ralston, Speaker for the Georgia General Assembly, addressed the announcement of the new congressional redistricting map. “Today, we have released a proposed map that reflects Georgia’s growing, diverse […]

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  • Dawson County Schools Report Record Low Covid Numbers

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    DAWSONVILLE, Ga. – For the first time since the start of the school year, Dawson County Schools reported a 0% absence rate due to students or staff that tested positive for Covid. This comes after Dawson County Superintended, Dr. Gibbs, talked about the low trending numbers during the Nov. 2 school board work session meeting. […]

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