A Walker County high school is under heightened security today in the wake of a posting on social media warning of a possible mass shooting at the school.
Military experience provides individuals with in-depth technical experience and an aptitude for detail and consequently the Machine Tool Technology program at Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) is seeing more veterans enroll into the program.
LaFayette High School marching band mates prove you can’t sideline teamwork and motivation.
The Walker County school board recognized Naomi Elementary School as the facility of the month at its meeting Oct. 20.
Certainly, the days of playground, locker room, and cafeteria bullies still exist, but what about equally lethal cyber bullies? Through numerous social networks and multi-media devices children and teens are subject to ridicule, threats, slander and increasingly serious situations that fall under bullying.
Kim Riddle of Fort Oglethorpe left high school 34 years ago, but is now enrolled at Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) and studying business administrative technology.
Georgia attorney general, Sam Olens, has made fighting prescription drug abuse a priority.
Northwest Georgia has two National Merit Scholar semifinalists this year.
The Catoosa County school system on Thursday tried to ease the fears of parents — and the public in general — regarding two students in Africa and of them possibly bringing the Ebola virus with them when they return
The Ringgold High School Tiger Band is having an exceptional competition season. The Tigers, led by ddirector Robin L. Christian and assistant director Tracy D. Wright , recently competed in the Wolverine Classic on Sat, Sept. 27 in Cumming, Ga and the Super Bowl of Sound on Saturday, Oct. 4 in Carrollton, Ga.
On Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014, students and staff at RES donned the nation's colors in memory of the thousands who died Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001, and in honor of those who will forever be changed because of that event.
The Catoosa County school board’s Oct. 7 meeting was packed with faculty and staff from Tiger Creek Elementary.
Safe Kids Walker County held a Walk to School event at Chickamauga Elementary on Wednesday, Oct. 8.
September was a busy month at Mountain View Head Start. Grandparents were invited to have breakfast with their child.
Each month, teachers vote for students in each homeroom who exemplify a certain character trait. In September, those demonstrating responsibility were awarded the honor of being students of the month.
Gloria Hunt is the interim representative for the District 1 seat on the county school board. She was appointed in late July by the school board to fill the post after the death of longtime school board member Billy Joe McDaniel in June. The election will be Tuesday, Nov. 4. However, early voting is already available. There are three candidates: Tracy A. Bass, Gloria Hunt and Jim Skeen.
While the majority of average SAT scores dropped from last year for the five high schools in Rome and Floyd County, local students still beat the state averages which also dropped, according to the Georgia Department of Education.
One of three scholarships endowed by the Berry College Class of 1958 has been renamed to honor a distinguished Dalton educator.
Georgia Northwestern Technical College’s Youth Success Academy (YSA) presents, “GED & Beyond; Going Boldly Into The Future.”
Heritage High School will celebrate their sixth annual homecoming week Monday, Oct. 6, through Friday, Oct. 10. The homecoming ceremony will be Friday, Oct. 10, at 7 p.m. before the football game against Lafayette at 7:30 p.m. The 2014 homecoming court, front row, from left: Katelyn Burns, Jada Tipton and Makayla Mckibben. Second row: Mollie Johnson, Madison Damron, Brittany Richardson and Jamie McCurry. Third row: Hannah Hale and Breanna Baughman.
The Georgia Family Connection of Catoosa, Dade, & Walker Counties will soon open up its tri-county Teen Maze for all 10th-grade students in the area.