An Atlanta film crew, whose members are Walker County natives, plan to shoot a film in Walker and is looking to raise money for the project.
Instructors at Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) have nominated nine of their peer instructors for the Rick Perkins Award of Excellence in Technical Instruction competition.
Julie Shore, a fourth grader in Mrs. Hollis’ class at Battlefield Elementary won first place in the spelling bee in December. Alyssa Strickland, from Mrs. Lunsford's class, was the first runner-up.
Blood Assurance is now accepting applications for the Crystal Green Memorial scholarship program. High school seniors enrolled in schools that host Blood Assurance blood drives through the Project Lifesaver (formerly Project Lifeline) program will be eligible to apply.
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Monday, Jan. 19
Throughout the month of December, parent volunteer Regina Haney and Ringgold Elementary Staff members spearheaded a fund-raising effort to provide much needed financial assistance to Ringgold Elementary's beloved counselor, Christa Lambert.
Thin Mints, Samoas, and all your favorite Girl Scout cookies are back—along with two new varieties.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, Georgia Winery has the perfect wine to celebrate the season of love! On Thursday, Jan. 15, they re-released their delicious chocolate wine, Love Potion.
In January, Dr. Jason Webb, DDS, donated $187 to sponsor hoodies for Ringgold Elementary School's Stop the Bull leadership team.
The Kiwanis Club of Fort Oglethorpe welcomed Gary Highfield, author of “When ‘Want To’ Becomes ‘Have To’” to their Jan. 9 club meeting. Highfield tells his life story as a young man from a single parent home who overcomes adversity to find business, family and personal success. Highfield has been an entrepreneur his entire life, and has helped inspire and educate sales teams across the country to reach their potential. He has turned his attention to helping young people realize they can find success through his book and mentoring activities.
Saturday, Jan. 17
Widespread Panic will headline this year’s CounterPoint Music Festival, a three-day event officials expect will pump cash into the local economy.
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Monday, Jan. 12
For the quarter-million families who have their homes ruined and their lives disrupted each winter because of frozen water pipes, frigid nights can very quickly turn to ongoing, inconvenient, extremely expensive ordeals.
Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park invites the public to attend a special two-hour driving/walking tour of Chickamauga Battlefield on Saturday, Jan. 24, at 2 p.m.
As part of Dalton State College’s homecoming 2015, the Dalton State alumni advisory council's homecoming planning committee launched the Spence Higgins, Jr. memorial scholarship. The Higgins family warmly endorsed this action.