Iron Mountain Park, the 4,300-acre recreational and entertainment venue under construction in Lumpkin County’s Mill Creek area, got the go ahead from the Board of Commissioners last week to continu
Monday, October 14, 2019
In this installment of The Dahlonega Nugget’s Q&A with the candidates in preparation for the upcoming city elections in November, The Nugget asked the candidates their opinions on how local bus
When Dr. Laurel Massey heard about Yadkin County, N.C. becoming the first sanctuary county for the unborn she decided to follow their lead.
Ready for a true outdoor adventure? Regardless of your experience level, exploring the Etowah River through Dawson County is a great way to spend a day, a weekend or more.
Do you suffer from snake phobia? Then you’ve chosen the right place to visit.
The Seniors of Swing, Lumpkin County’s two senior softball teams the Lumpkin County Miners and the Dahlonega Gold, concluded their 2019 Clayton League season when they participated in the league ch
The LCHS cross country team continued to improve when the Indians and Lady Indians competed in the Indian Invitational and the Runners Fit Mountain Invitational last week.
The Region 7-AAA championship series didn’t go the way that the Lady Indians softball team had hoped when Lumpkin was swept by East Hall in the conference’s best-of-three championship series last w