• Community Helping Place receives #Lumpkinmatters Initiative

    LUMPKIN CO., GA Jessica Dudley, Executive Director of the Community Helping Place, gave a presentation on the 2GA Initiative, through the Healthcare Georgia Foundation,during the City Hall meeting on Thursday, September 20. Dudley explained that the CHP has been apart of the 2GA Initiative Grant since 2016, which is a grant that allows and their […]

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  • BREAKING: Lumpkin County local in custody for sexual misconduct

    LUMPKIN CO., GA The Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office received a report of alleged sexual misconduct between an adult female and a juvenile male on September 18. After an investigation was conducted and multiple interviews took place, Erica Christine McDaniel was arrested. McDaniel, is a 32-Year-old female and resident of Lumpkin County. The male victim is a […]

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  • Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office investigating alleged high school threat

    LUMPKIN CO., GA   Lumpkin County Sheriff, Stacy Jarrard, confirms that LCSO has opened an extensive investigation into the alleged threats by a Lumpkin County High School student on Thursday, September 20. According to Lumpkin County Schools, once the they learned of the alleged threat, they conducted an investigation into the situation. They posted on […]

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  • Dahlonega mayor, Sam Norton declares September 17-23 “Constitution Week”

    LUPMKIN CO., GA Dahlonega mayor, Sam Norton, declared the week of September 17-23 as “Constitution Week,” during the City Hall meeting on Thursday, September 20. Constitution Week was started by the Daughters of the American Revolution in 1955, when DAR petitioned Congress to set aside September 17-23 annually to be dedicated for the observance of […]

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  • Preview of upcoming City Council meeting

    LUMPKIN CO., GA The Lumpkin County officials will discuss Ordinance 2018‐16 during September’s City Council meeting. The ordinance will be to amend Ordinance 77‐1, Chapter 32: Traffic, Article II: Stopping, Standing and Parking, Division 1: Generally, Section 32‐29: Violations. The amendment could result in a change to the Parking Violation Fee Schedule. Other discussion topics […]

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  • UNG women’s soccer team defeats Limestone 3-1

    GAFFNEY, S.C. The University of North Georgia women’s soccer team remains undefeated against Limestone after walking away with a 3-1 victory over the Saints Wednesday. Three minutes after Limestone tied the game in the first half, freshman Abbie Crane blasted a shot into the net to take the lead. The Nighthawks struck first in the 13th minute […]

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  • Lumpkin County BOE approves application for new JROTC/Science facility funds

    LUMPKIN, GA The Lumpkin County Board of Education approved the Capital Outlay Project Application submitted to the board during the Regular Session on Monday, September 10. According to the Lumpkin County  School System website, Superintendent, Dr. Robert Brown, submitted a recommendation, which states, “making [an] application for funds to construct a JROTC/Science facility with the […]

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