The Gainesville A's familiarity with Dawsonville American Legion Post 247 is not a kind one.
The Circle of Friends Team held a charity golf tournament at Chestatee Golf Club to benefit breast cancer research on June 8. The organization raised more than $5,000 dollars from the event.
The votes are in, and the "Elite Eight" inductees for 2009 into the Georgia Racing Hall of Fame have been chosen.
Former Lady Tiger Katie Lebel received the "Top Newcomer" award at the University of Redlands recently.
Former Dawson County baseball standout, Kasey Wilson, will host a camp for boys ages 8-12 June 22 and 23. The camp will be held at Veterans Memorial Park, Hwy. 9 North, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., daily.
In the high school and college ranks, there's a fine line between academics and sports - you can't do the latter without the former.
Dawson County High School Head Football Coach Jeff Lee conducted a speed and agility camp last week at Pickens County High School in Jasper.
Last week, the Georgia Racing Hall of Fame in Dawsonville, announced the "Sweet 15" semi-finalist list for the 2009 Hall of Fame class.
More than 40 young ladies attended a basketball fundamental camp held last week at Rock Creek Sports Complex.
Atlanta Junior Golf will host a tournament at Chestatee Golf Club in Dawsonville Tuesday, July 7.
Charles and Emily Beusse made their parents proud last Saturday as the Dawson County siblings won their respective divisions in the Kiwanis Club's 5K run through Dawsonville.
BRASELTON - It was a night of firsts at Lanier National Speedway on Saturday when the track hosted the Georgia Asphalt Series for the first time in 2009 and 13-year-old Chase Elliott, son of local NASCAR legend Bill Elliott, scored his first career Late Model win at his "home track" in the GAS Super Six Series 100 presented by Cornerstone Lodge.
Chestatee Golf Club will host the inaugural Circle of Friends Golf Charity Tournament on June 8 with a 10 a.m. shotgun start.
Former Dawson County High School basketball standout Ty Overmyer recently completed his career at Newberry College in South Carolina.
At 95, Raymond Parks doesn't get out as much as he used to.
Be the first to own a part of Dawsonville's unique racing history.
Each year, the Georgia Racing Hall of Fame inducts a new class into its hall of legends.
This weekend, the newest class of racers will join their peers in the Georgia Racing Hall of Fame.
Dawson County High School graduate, Emily Beusse, helped lead the University of North Georgia's cross country team to a second place finish in the NCAA Division II Southeast Regional Championships.
Dawsonville's Donald McIntosh sped into the lead at Boyd's Speedway and held off "The Georgia Giant" Shane Clanton to win the Turkey Gobble 50 in Chattanooga on Saturday.
Nationwide champion. Rookie of the year. Most popular driver.
The "si-rene" atop the world-famous Pool Room is screaming through downtown Dawsonville for Chase Elliott
Dawsonville's legacy of producing NASCAR champions continued Saturday when Chase Elliott clinched the 2014 Nationwide Series title with a fifth-place finish at Phoenix International Speedway.
Dawsonville's Chase Elliott could clinch the NASCAR Nationwide Series title a week before the season ends if all goes well in Phoenix this weekend.
Dawsonville native Spencer Davis made history earlier this month when he was named 2014 Rookie of the Year in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour series.
Known as the Georgia Shaker, Hubert Platt is the grand marshal for the 47th annual Mountain Moonshine Festival.
It's another showdown between the rising stars and seasoned veterans of the NASCAR Nationwide Series, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and NASCAR's seven touring series, as voting for the Most Popular Driver Awards opened Oct. 9.
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