HEADLINES IN THIS WEEK'S EDITION
Friday, September 20, 2019
By Aubrie Brooks & Matt Aiken -- It’s called #LumpkinMatters. And it’s here to help. Even if you’re not the type to ask.
After four public hearings on the proposed millage rate with only two local residents attending, Lumpkin County Board of Education passed a 16.116 millage rate by a vote of 3-to-1.
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.
Both the LCMS eighth grade and seventh grade football teams put in impressive performances and earned the “W” when the Indians traveled to Fannin County to take on the Rebels on Thursday, Sept.
The LCHS varsity softball team maintained its hold on second place in the Region 7-AAA standings with a 6-2 region record after picking up a conference win over Dawson County before being beaten by
The LCMS tennis team continued to flex its muscles on the tennis court when they defeated Tallulah Falls and Gilmer County last week to remain undefeated at 7-0 with just three regular season match