The 24th Annual Unity Run/Walk is set for Tuesday, Sept. 26. This community event is a fall tradition in Gordon County. It serves as the kick-off event for the United Way of Gordon County’s Fund Raising Campaign. The proceeds from this event are included in the campaign total for the year. T…
Several local teams from the Sequoyah Tennis Association traveled to Augusta last weekend to compete in the USTA Georgia Tri-Level State Championship, and many came back with impressive finishes.
Last Friday five Calhoun High School athletes dedicated several hours of their Summer Break by helping Cherokee Cycles and other volunteers clean and improve the local Water Tank Bike Trail.
The Northwest Georgia Nitros, a local swim team that operates out of the Calhoun Aquatic Center, will send four swimmers to the NCSA Junior National Championships in Orlando, Fla. this week. They began the meet on Tuesday and it will wrap up on Saturday.
The Calhoun Gordon County Ladies Golf League held its annual Awards/Christmas Banquet in December at Velo Vineyard. Awards were given for Tournament winners and for those who won end of the year awards for low gross and low net scores. Those in attendance are pictured.
A couple current Major Leaguers and former Calhoun High baseball stars came together with several old teammates, coaches, friends and supporters for a day of golf, fun and fellowship on Saturday at Fields Ferry in Calhoun.
Northwest Georgia Aquatics qualified seven swimmers for the Georgia Senior State Championships this coming weekend at Georgia Tech, including Caleb Black, Spencer Brown, John Carroll, Bo Dyar, Joe Kauffman, Cal Parker and Cody Workman.
The seven-year old co-ed soccer team representing the Calhoun Recreation Department earned a state championship trophy last weekend by finishing first after two wins in Thomasville.
The Georgia Women’s Golf Association (GWGA) Grant purpose is to help an organization with funds to develop, promote, maintain and protect the best interests of the game of golf among amateur female golfers throughout the state of Georgia. Ashworth Middle School and Gordon Central has been ve…
Two players who first made their name on the diamond at Calhoun High are both coming back home to raise money for the program that helped them get their start.
The youth in our community are constantly bombarded with some degree of influence. It can be very easy to overlook these moments, good or bad, especially in the busy lives we lead.
The Calhoun Blue Barracudas youth swim team was recognized for their accomplishments over the summer at a recent Calhoun City Council meeting.
Last weekend Tommy Reeves United Karate Studio of Calhoun sent teams to two different tournaments and both came back with several trophies to show for it.
The Sequoyah Tennis Association had eight teams qualify to play at the USTA Tri-Level State Championship Tournament in LaGrange this past weekend, and three of those teams came away as State Champions and three as as runners-up.
The Calhoun Blue Barracudas swim team completed a stellar summer season recently with some great finishes at the Georgia Recreation and Parks Association State Meet in Tifton.
For those in Gordon County who like being outdoors, the Gordon County Parks and Recreation could soon offer a new trail system for public use.
The Calhoun Gold All-Stars competed well in last week’s Georgia Recreation and Parks Association Class A/B Flea Coach Pitch (8-under) State Tournament and came away with a second-place finish after a hard-fought battle in the championship game against Cartersville.
This exceptional largemouth bass was caught at Rocky Mountain Public Fishing Area (Lake Antioch) on Easter weekend by Shelia Peterson of Calhoun.
The Calhoun Recreation Department youth football season recently came to an end as champions were crowned in each age division. Grant Walraven, who coaches in the 9-10 division, was also recently honored at the Georgia Recreation and Parks Association conference awards banquet at the NWG Tra…
The Sequoyah Tennis Association, located in Calhoun, recently had seven teams play in the USTA Georgia State Tri-Level Tournament in LaGrange, and three of the teams came away as state champions, while one other earned runner-up honors.