Of the five state constitutional amendments on the Nov. 6 ballot, the fifth one is least likely to affect White County residents.
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All good things must come to an end … and that includes Daylight Saving Time.
Advanced broadcasting students at White County High School are trying their hand at the silver screen.
White County’s four elementary schools and middle school will be holding Veterans Day programs.
Senior Superior Court Judge Richard T. Winegarden denied several motions filed on behalf of Jay Holcomb in a hearing in White County’s Superior Court on Monday, Oct. 29.
A three-vehicle accident in White County claimed the life of a Dahlonega woman on Monday, Oct. 29.
The Nov. 6 ballot features an array of amendments and referendums that will be decided by millions of voters across Georgia.
Attendees at the 14th Annual Veterans Luncheon were able to hear from triple amputee U.S. Army Cpt. Tommy Clack during the Tuesday, Oct. 30, event held at Mount Yonah Baptist Church.
Georgia’s three-week advance voting period is winding down, but it’d been quite a run.
The rush to vote early has shown no sign of slowing down in White County.