A singing, dancing troupe of local youngsters are spending weeknights gearing up for a competition in January, where they'll try and outperform others from around the country.
United Community Bank has announced the 2009-2010 Junior Board of Directors for Dawson County.
The Dawson County Mentoring Program recently presented "Reflections of Relics Remembered" photography show at the Bowen Center for the Arts.
Thanks to a recent CPR training grant, Dawson County school nurses are "enlisting the help of students to save lives."
While it could be nine months before a new elementary school opens in southern Dawson County, officials moved forward last week with plans for a security system in the building.
One local young man found a unique way to work toward his Eagle Scout rank, while at the same time helping seniors, shut-ins and those with special needs.
Thirteen-year-old Michael Putlak was a young man on a mission when he sat down to pen an essay on Veterans Day.
All three Dawson County elementary schools - Black's Mill, Kilough and Robinson - have been named Title I Distinguished Schools.
Cari McDonald remembers the first time she smoked pot.
It all started with a cardboard sign in his front yard that read, 'Pumpkins for sale.'
At the urging of her teenage son, a Dawsonville woman has taken in more than 50 children over the last seven years as a foster parent.
Everyone wants their child to have a safe and happy Halloween.
A group of Dawson County teens hopes a bumper sticker initiative will encourage young motorists to drive safely.
Campbellsville University recently announced the academic scholarship recipients for the 2009-2010 academic year.
They are among the first people on the roads each morning, heading out before some of their passengers even get out of bed.
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Dawson County lost a long-time teacher and supporter of the arts last week.
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