Caribou Run Farm owners Rachel and Robert Stultz, of LaFayette, first traveled to Alaska seven years ago.
Walker County Schools’ Ombudsman program is gaining momentum in graduation success rates.
Will help students afford preschool
Just as “breakfast is the most important meal of the day,” the first five years of a child’s life are said to be the most important in terms of development.
Electrolysis and Associates in Fort Oglethorpe owners Dee Jeffreys and her daughter Annie Massey specialize in permanent hair removal.
Rolling Thunder educates people about prisoners of war and those missing in action.
The city of Ringgold needs help installing flags downtown for Veterans Day.
Crossroads Unity Family Park playground is supposed to be a place where wounded military veterans and children of all abilities can play regardless of wheelchairs or crutches.
Creighton’s Flower Shop is celebrating 72 years of business in Rossville. The shop opened in 1942 under the ownership of Bill and Gladys Creighton.
Tiger Creek Elementary School is being recognized by the Georgia Department of Education as a Title 1 High-Progress School Reward School.
Lying in a hospital bed at Memorial Hospital after a heart attack three years ago, Dale Forrester, of Chickamauga, reassessed his life.