• Dawsonville Pool Room re-opens; Gov. Kemp at celebration

    Pool Room cuts ribbon for celebration of re-opening

    “I think this rain’s a sign from the good Lord that this is a day for short speeches,” Gov. Brian Kemp said, as he stood in front of the Dawsonville Pool Room. Around lunchtime on Sept. 29, the Pool Room hosted their Renovation Celebration. As the rain and brisk air filled the air, the story […]

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  • Constellation destination: night sky in Dahlonega

    Dr. Gregory Feiden presenting to Dahlonega City Council

    Constellation destination: preserving the night sky in Dahlonega “I would argue that the night sky is our best connection to our ancestors and to the past.” Dr. Gregory Feiden, assistant professor astronomy director, North Georgia Astronomical Observatory, presented a unique concern to the Dahlonega City Council at their work session on Sept. 21. “Nowadays we […]

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  • Dahlonega City Council September work session

    Dahlonega city council met for work session

    Dahlonega City Council met for their work session on Sept. 22 at 4 p.m. to discuss the future events to be held on the square. Due to the cancelation of the Gold Rush Festival, it leaves for question of other events such as trick-or-treating and the annual Old-Fashioned Christmas. City Marshal Jeff Branyon expressed his […]

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  • Dawson County Schools encourage COVID precautions

    Dawson COVID precautions

    DAWSON COUNTY, Ga.- With the school year for Dawson County already well underway, several precautions have been taken in the “best interest” of the students in the county for a safe school year, amid COVID-19. “This time of the year, there are all kinds of changes [in the first few weeks of school],” Tiffany Davis, […]

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