Most of Georganna Seamon’s customers don’t arrive by car. Hiking boot is the preferred method of travel as they follow a trail of white blazes that leads directly through Mountain Crossings at Walasi-yi. “We’re the only building that the Appalachian … Continue reading

The picture’s kind of fuzzy, but then so is the subject. On Tuesday morning, Brittni Ragland was walking past Dahlonega’s downtown Suntrust Bank when she spotted something strange in the bushes. “It never moved and almost looked stuffed,” she said … Continue reading

The polls are closed. The votes are tallied.  The pant legs have been…tailored. And primary night 2014 is now just a memory. But The Nugget was on the scene for all precinct-by-precinct returns and pants-cutting action. Check out our behind the … Continue reading

Dahlonega’s First Friday Concert Series kicked off in swinging style with the musical sounds of Rick Harris & Friends. Check out all the big band fun (brought to you by the nice folks at the Downtown Development Authority) below. Next month Dahlonega’s … Continue reading

Some stories don’t need words. Only pictures. Which is why Brandon Zauche’s story of Dahlonega contains about 5,000 of them. Over the course of a couple months, the University of North Georgia Art Marketing major has created a five-minute chill-bump-inducing … Continue reading

Sure, there aren’t many words that rhyme with Dahlonega, but singer-songwriter Kurt Thomas says he’s found one. Sort of. All this and much more is revealed in the always popular local musicman’s exclusive DigDahlonega interview right here! Read on reader! … Continue reading

It emerges from the Etowah River like a watery black hole. The craggy yawn in the rocks sits nearly four miles downstream of Dahlonega’s Castleberry Bridge where it often tempts brave paddlers into pressing their luck with a quarter-mile underground … Continue reading