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