Both Dawson County board of education members up for re-election July 20 plan to stay put.
Charles J. Sams has finished the first phase of U.S. Navy training.
Jessica Abe set out to earn a good SAT score that would help her get into the college of her choice.
A local legislator was honored earlier this month for his support of adult literacy efforts.
A state government agency that certifies educational personnel has released the findings of an investigation into Dawson County High School's principal.
An investigation into the ethics of Dawson County High School's principal has led to a nearly month-long, unpaid suspension that begins Monday.
A Kilough Elementary staffer will represent Dawson County, when she attends a meeting next week honoring those who go above and beyond for special education students.
A local young man known to some as "Soldier Boy" is back in school after a positive review from his doctor.
Two local educators visited the nation's capital earlier this month, where they represented Dawson County on a number of school-related issues.
Young journalists scooped the competition for work on the 2008-09 edition of "Tiger," the Dawson County High School yearbook.
State lawmakers recently welcomed Boy Scout troops from across Georgia to celebrate 100 years of scouting during Boy Scouts of America Day at the Georgia State Capitol.
Autumn Callahan, a freshman at Dawson County High School, was recently honored at a Dawson County Board of Commissioners meeting.
The Dawson County Church Alliance partnered with Prevent Child Abuse Dawson to donate more than 100 bookbags filled with socks, diapers, toiletries and other personal hygiene items for children entering foster care.
Brittni Falkenberg is one tough girl.
Dawson County FBLA students attended the Region 9 FBLA competition at Woodland High School on Jan. 26.
During the summer months, there are not students roaming the halls of area schools, but come August, when class is back in session, officers charged with securing their safety plan to be ready in the event of a dangerous situation.
The Dawson County Library was flooded with kids looking for food, fun and learning last week during the Edible Science display.
Dawson County residents will have a chance to honor a late teacher and historian with the gift of life.
After jumping in a cold lake in February for three years in a row, Brian Burke has decided to find a warmer way to raise money for literacy.