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Multi-tasking isn’t a problem for local jazz man Rick Harris who brought his trumpet and keyboard to The Nugget recently for the latest installment of The Crowded Office Concert. Every few weeks The Nugget will host a different talented local band or artist for a mini-concert amidst the wood-paneling. You can currently catch the swinging sounds of Harris right here! And check out plenty Nugget news right here!

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The crowded office concert grew to new levels of crowdedness last week when the Lumpkin County High School Jazz Band brought their swinging sound to The Nugget office for the Crowded Office Concert. Andy Harwood’s jazzy ensemble played a trio of hits, including an Welcome to the Jungle  encore that would have made Axle Rose swell with pride. You can check out their performance right here! Screen Shot 2015-04-28 at 4.36.10 PM

Check out much more Nugget-worthy news at www.thedahloneganugget.com. And if you’re looking to honor an LCHS grad this year, The Nugget’s special Grad Section is the publication for you!
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Adam Kadmon played to the crowd of office-dwellers at The Nugget’s home office recently as the guest act for the third round of The Crowded Office Concert.
Click the link for your front row seat!

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You can catch much more of Kadmon’s melodic musings at www.akmusick.com .

(EDITOR’S NOTE: Please excuse the small earthquake at the beginning of the video. The damage to the office was minor and the show went on as planned.)

1-28crowdedconcertLocal music man Jason Kenney brought his guitar and his floor-stompin’ singer-songwriter style to The Dahlonega Nugget’s crowded office recently for the first official Crowded Office Concert. Every few weeks The Nugget will host a different talented local artist for a mini-concert in the midst of the co-workers, coffee mugs and copy machine. Check out Kenney’s performance right here:

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Screen-Shot-2014-07-16-at-11.34.33-AMLook closely. Very, very closely. Because $10 worth of delicious Smokin’ Gold BBQ is on the line if you can identify this mysterious Dahlonega site. 1-28:EyeSpy1Check out this week’s edition of The Dahlonega Nugget for the bigger picture, turn in the entry form at our office (or if you’re a subscriber you can just call in at 706-864-3613 or send an email to maiken@thedahloneganugget.com by Monday at noon) and your name will be entered in drawing for the grand-prize gift-card! Good luck and good spying!

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Get ready. High school football playoffs are approaching.
And for the first time ever, they will be played at Lumpkin County High School.
The Indians squad faces one of their biggest games in school history on Friday, Nov. 14 as they host their first-ever State Playoff game.
Under first year head coach Ty Maxwell, Lumpkin County rose from the ashes of a 2-8 record last season to finish as the Region 7-AAA Runner-up this year.
The Indians will battle Elbert County in their quest to do what no other Lumpkin varsity football team has done before—win that elusive first playoff game.
Coach Maxwell has even issued a challenge to the community to fill every one of the football stadium’s 5,600 seats this Friday evening.
Kickoff will be 7:30 p.m. at LCHS stadium.
For all kinds of playoff information, check out the special section on Pages 7-10A of this week’s Dahlonega Nugget and the sports section on Page 1C for all the details.

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11-5puntNdig3If anyone can do it, Joe Jarrard can. Maybe. Check out the Dahlonega native’s mighty kick during the fifth and final of the Punt for a Pickup challenge!

Screen Shot 2014-11-06 at 2.03.46 PM The Nugget will have a special salute to the playoff bound Indians in next week’s edition. And remember to show up for the big game Friday. November 14 for all the LCHS playoff action!

 

(A portion of the proceeds for Punt for a Pickup go to the LCHS football and band programs thanks to our sponsors Chestatee Ford, Chestatee Regional Hospital, Stringer Insurance, the law office of J. Douglas Parks P.C., B&M Metals, Knepper Heating and Air Conditioning, Fresh N Frugal and The Atlanta Vision Clinic.)Screen Shot 2014-05-07 at 11.41.43 AM

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Think you have what it takes to match wits with the LCHS Academic Team?
Now’s your chance to prove it!
Here’s a sampling of questions from a recent Varsity level lightning round. 

A Hair Affair
Q: What hairstyle is named after one of the tribes in the Indian confederacy known as the League of Five Nations?
Tides
Q: Spring Tides occur when what three bodies in the solar system are aligned?
Tau Day
Q: Since Tau is twice as large as pi, on what month and day of the year to proponents celebrate Tau Day?
Feathers
Q: What category of feathers are beneath a birds’ contour feathers?
Famous Fractures
Q: In 1865, who fractured his fibula after and extraordinarily heinous act in Washington theater?
Algebraic Word Problems
Q: The larger of two numbers is seven times the smaller. What is the larger if their sum is 32?
Assassinations
Q: What Israeli leader was killed by Yigal Amir in 1995?
Silent Letters
Q: What are two words that begin with a silent “g”?
Glands
Q: What endocrine glands are in the elbows?
Folklore
Q: Female spirits called banshees are associated with what island?

Ok, pencils down. Scroll past the photo gallery to see how you match up mentally with the quick-witted quiz-bowlers of the LCHS Academic Team. And check out their front page story in The Dahlonega Nugget right here!

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Q: What hairstyle is named after one of the tribes in the Indian confederacy known as the League of Five Nations?
A: Mohawk
 
Tides
Q: Spring Tides occur when what three bodies in the solar system are aligned?
A: Earth, Moon, Sun
 
Tau Day
Q: Since Tau is twice as large as pi, on what month and day of the year to proponents celebrate Tau Day?
A: June 28
 
Feathers
Q: What category of feathers are beneath a birds’ contour feathers?
A: Down
 
Famous Fractures
Q: In 1865, who fractured his fibula after and extraordinarily heinous act in Washington theater?
A. John Wilkes Booth
 
Algebraic Word Problems
Q: The larger of two numbers is seven times the smaller. What is the larger if their sum is 32?
A: 28
 
Assassinations
Q: What Israeli leader was killed by Yigal Amir in 1995?
A: Yitzhak Rabin
 
Silent Letters
Q: What are two words that begin with a silent “g”?
A: gnarl, gnash, gnat, gnome etc
 
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Q: What endocrine glands are in the elbows?
A: none
 
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Q: Female spirits called banshees are associated with what island?
A: Ireland
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10-29:pickuppunts4The pressure was on. A free Ford F-150 was on the line. And Steve Burgess 35+ yard kick for the truck landed…just a bit short of the uprights. But still it was an admirable effort for Week IV of The Dahlonega Nugget’s Punt for a Pickup challenge.10-29punttime5

Check out the footage on The Nugget’s Facebook page right here. And remember to show up at final home game on October 31st for the chance to cheer on the Indians and Punt for a Pickup!

 

(At each home game one lucky fan will be picked at random from the crowd and given the chance to kick a football from the 25 yard line into the tailgate of the truck. If the ball stays, the truck is yours! A portion of the proceeds for Punt for a Pickup go to the LCHS football and band programs thanks to our sponsors Chestatee Ford, Chestatee Regional Hospital, Stringer Insurance, the law office of J. Douglas Parks P.C., B&M Metals, Knepper Heating and Air Conditioning, Fresh N Frugal and The Atlanta Vision Clinic.)Screen Shot 2014-05-07 at 11.41.43 AM

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Everyone’s favorite Irish pub has officially risen from the ashes.
Deb Rowe, Tommy Lee, Machi Lee and the staff of Shenanigans reopened their doors last weekend, almost exactly seven months to the day that the Strickland House was set ablaze in an early morning fire. (See The Nugget story here.)
Aisha Cleapor, of Chakra Photography, was on hand to capture the Shenanigans scene. Check out her photo gallery below!
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Thanks to Aisha for sharing her awesome pics with DigDahlonega.com. And make sure you get all your Dahlonega-related news at The Dahlonega Nugget!

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pickuppunt2The pressure was on. A free Ford F-150 was on the line. And Blake Wikle’s 35+ yard kick for the truck landed…just a bit outside the uprights. Directly in the middle of the Indian’s halftime huddle, to be exact.  But still it was an admirable effort for during Week III of The Dahlonega Nugget’s Punt for a Pickup challenge.

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Check out the footage on The Nugget’s Facebook page right here. And remember to show up at next home game on October 17th for the chance to cheer on the Indians and Punt for a Pickup!

 

(At each home game one lucky fan will be picked at random from the crowd and given the chance to kick a football from the 25 yard line into the tailgate of the truck. If the ball stays, the truck is yours! A portion of the proceeds for Punt for a Pickup go to the LCHS football and band programs thanks to our sponsors Chestatee Ford, Chestatee Regional Hospital, Stringer Insurance, the law office of J. Douglas Parks P.C., B&M Metals, Knepper Heating and Air Conditioning, Fresh N Frugal and The Atlanta Vision Clinic.)

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The hills of Dahlonega are alive with an eclectic mix of music, making the small mountain community a hidden nugget for music lovers.
Dahlonega’s music venues radiate a blend of community and intimacy that would rival any music mecca. From the Friday night free concerts at Hancock Park to the close confines of The Crimson Moon and beyond, Dahlonega exudes a soundtrack all its own from a variety of venues and musicians that any music aficionado would tap their toes to and enjoy.
Local musician Adam Kadmon is very active in the Dahlonega music community. Kadmon has been a regular host of many of the town’s open mic nights since 2012. Adam Kadmon-added1He is also one of Dahlonega’s most unique musicians. Kadmon masterfully blends his personal stylings into covers and original songs with a goal to produce music that has many directions, but one focus: being able to blend in almost any style of modern music.
“The Dahlonega music scene is very Americana, folk, bluegrass driven at all times,” said Kadmon. “And, it’s always open at any point for experimentation.”
BlueBilly Grit, a self-described high energy bluegrass/Americana band, is one of those local bands that experiment with traditional musical styles, creating their own new sound which combines rockabilly, traditional bluegrass and Americana with bluesy undertones. BlueBilly Grit’s sound captivates local audiences whenever they perform.BlueBilly Grit #1
The Kurt Thomas Band, headed by Dahlonega native Kurt Thomas, focus on the small town way of life. The self-proclaimed “small town country boy” has recorded four CDs and opened for some of the biggest names in country music, but his Dahlonega roots make performing locally one of his favorite things.
Not matter what your musical preference, the soundtrack of Dahlonega is sure to get your head bobbing, your toes tapping and your ears thanking you for all that sweet music.

story by Greg Finan Jr.

Screen Shot 2014-10-02 at 11.21.42 AMFor plenty Dahlonega and North Georgia-friendly coverage check out the new Mountain Traveler magazine. It’s free and on select Nugget newsstands now!

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9-24tbtcollage2 We’re throwing it back this Thursday. Waaaay back.
Check out an old-timey sampling of some of our favorites pics from Dahlonega’s “days of yore…”

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Sheriff William Harrison Satterfield didn’t just enforce the law, he played a mean fiddle. (Photo provided by Charles Satterfield)

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William McClure (right) patrolled the streets of Toccoa alongside his unnamed coworker in the 1800s. (photo provided by Shirley McClure)

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Robert and Louise Fields stop for a pic on Frogtown’s old iron Garnett Bridge in 1950.

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A dredge boat moves its way up the Chestatee River near present day Achasta. (photo provided by Jimmy Anderson)

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Homer Perry takes his roadster for a spin in 1925 on the dirt roads of Dahlonega alongside Claire Ralston, Ollie Mae Chambers, Lucille Thurman and Hoyt Lance (he’s in the back seat, hiding his face).

If you want more old-time photos we have a whole book of them called the Pictorial History of Lumpkin County, Volume II. Give us a call at 706-864-3613 or drop by The Dahlonega Nugget office to pick up your copy before they’re all gone!

 

 

 

9-24fallcollage5Last week, Nugget intern Lea Herring hit the halls of the University of North Georgia armed only with a dry erase board, a marker and a simple poll question.
That poll question: How would you describe Dahlonega in the fall?
The answers ranged from to spectacular to fall-tastic to…boring. Hey, not everyone likes leaves.
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If you looked up Saturday evening you saw it. A large, looming, lightning-filled cloud moving slowly across the North Georgia skies. The massive cumulus caught the attention on many in the area and resulted in numerous striking photographs which were posted to the popular Dahlonega Weather Facebook page. The feature photo above is the camera work of Kerri Carson. And check out Jason Henderson’s footage on The Nugget’s Facebook page here.

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9-17pickuppuntIIDIGThe pressure was on. A free Ford F-150 was on the line. And Peter Geier 35+ yard kick for the truck landed…just a few yards short.  Still it was an admirable effort for the local paramedic during Week II of The Dahlonega Nugget’s Punt for a Pickup challenge. Screen Shot 2014-09-17 at 12.09.50 PM

Check out the footage on The Nugget’s Facebook page right here.

And remember to show up at next home game on October 3rd for the chance to cheer on the Indians and Punt for a Pickup!

(At each home game one lucky fan will be picked at random from the crowd and given the chance to kick a football from the 25 yard line into the tailgate of the truck. If the ball stays, the truck is yours! A portion of the proceeds for Punt for a Pickup go to the LCHS football and band programs thanks to our sponsors Chestatee Ford, Chestatee Regional Hospital, Stringer Insurance, the law office of J. Douglas Parks P.C., B&M Metals, Knepper Heating and Air Conditioning, Fresh N Frugal and The Atlanta Vision Clinic.)

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buisinesstime1.jpgAnthony “Bubba” Thornton dropped out of school six months before graduation. It wasn’t because he was failing.
“I kept up with my grades. I was just young and dumb,” he said.
Now that he is older and wiser, Thornton is one of eight people in a Lanier Tech pilot program putting in time to earn his GED where he works.
Lumpkin County Literacy Coalition (LCLC) Board member Geoffrey Kridel pitched the idea of on-site GED classes to Brenda Thomas, Associate Vice President of Adult Eduvcation at Lanier Tech, then to the LCLC board. Kridel had previously worked at Poly Portables, and had spoken with new CEO Jeff Thomas about the possibility.
DSC_0001_edited“He suggested I talk to Henry Davis about getting his people engaged,” Kridel said.
It wasn’t hard to convince Davis, who is the operations manager for Poly Portables. He is on the LCLC board.
“I have always promoted people going back and getting their education, in the plant and in the community. We thought it would be a good thing to offer classes here,” he said. “The GED program is offered in town, but some employees have transportation issues, and other obstacles.”
“Money for gas and child care are two of the largest issues facing people who want to get their GED,” Kridel said. “Having the program on site eliminates the gas issue.”
DSC_0004_editedLanier Tech provides the instructor at no cost. Poly Portables provides the space. The company also purchased several computers for the students to use in taking pre-tests, and has agreed to pay the $160 cost for the final GED testing.
Having classes on site not only saves gas money, it’s a lot easier to punch out and take a few steps from the shop floor to the conference room, where classes are held. A shift at Poly Portables typically runs from 7 a.m.-3 p.m., Davis said.
“They can go straight from the floor right to structured study two days a week and to study on their own the other three days 3-6 p.m.,” he said. “They don’t have to leave the building.”
“If it wasn’t for Poly Portables,” Thornton said, “I wouldn’t have had the time or the opportunity to get my GED. I work 12 hours in a hot plant and I don’t really want to go to school when I’m done.”
Poly Portables now requires its new hires to have a high school diploma or GED, although those who were already working there and did not have that all-important piece of paper were grandfathered in.
“America’s got the jobs. We don’t have the work force with the skills they need,” Davis said…
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Story by Sharon Hall, photos by Geoffrey Kridel

melontime1.jpgThey came, they saw, they ate a lot of melon. We mean a lot of melon. Get an up-close-and-personal look at the food eating champs who competed in The Nugget’s annual Watermelon Eating contest right here. And for a look at the winners, check out this week’s edition of The Nugget on newsstands now or at www.thedahloneganugget.com!DSC_5559 DSC_5553 DSC_5527 DSC_5510 DSC_5474 DSC_5462 DSC_5435 DSC_2564 DSC_2563 DSC_2547 DSC_2543 DSC_2529 DSC_2528Screen Shot 2014-05-07 at 11.41.43 AM

runtime1.jpgDahlonega resident and marathon runner Chris Lancaster knows a thing or two about how to stay healthy.
The visually impaired runner is taking that knowledge and sharing it with the world with the start of his own health blog at goofy fit.com.
Screen Shot 2014-06-27 at 11.28.40 AMLancaster was born with a rare genetic eye disorder called retinitis pigmentosa, a degeneration of the retina which results in decreased night vision, a gradual loss of peripheral vision and, in Lancaster’s case, a loss of central vision. The degeneration progresses over time leading to blindness.
But, Lancaster’s disorder has not stopped him from achieving great things in the running world. The avid runner qualified and took part in this year’s Boston Marathon, has competed in three triathlons and just recently competed in his first Ironman event.
Screen Shot 2014-06-27 at 11.34.02 AMNow Lancaster is sharing his tips on nutrition, health and exercise through his blog goofy fit.com. Being a certified personal trainer and a certified food nutrition specialist, make the tips given by Lancaster through his blog credibility.
The blog gives readers a chance to improve their lifestyles to become more healthy while relating some of Lancaster’s inspirational achievements through his own words.
“My blog is a way for me to share my love of fitness and nutrition to others, as well as a way for me to share the experiences of a visually impaired person in a triathlon,” said Lancaster. “I have found that people simply don’t know what is good for them and how certain foods affect them. I hope that the blog helps others to understand fitness and nutrition a little better and that the information and my story are able to inspire them in their fitness and nutrition journey.”Screen Shot 2014-05-07 at 11.41.43 AM

Story by Greg Finan Jr.
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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 Trail passes through,” said Seamon. “They literally have to go through our building.”
5 Petal ProductionsThat’s pretty good for business at the peaceful out-of-the-way outfitter that sits near the top of Blood Mountain and a few feet over the Lumpkin-Union County line.
“A few thousand people are forced to go here,” she added with a laugh. “So we have that going for
us.”
Seamon and her business partner and husband Logan were once those
hikers.
They passed through in 2009, a few days into their successful
2,000-mile thru-hike to Mount Katahdin. And though she’s always liked the
hostel, this wasn’t really part of the master plan…Want the full scoop on Mountain Crossings and much more? Then check out this  week’s edition of The Dahlonega Nugget on newsstands now, or in our E-Edition right here! And if you like this post, share it!6-4:hikercabin2

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Hats off to the Class of 2014! The tassels were turned and the caps were tossed into the air last Friday night as a total of 222 happy grads officially finished their Lumpkin County High School careers and set off into the future. Check out all the Pomp & Circumstance-related coverage below:

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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 of the small bear cub that was tucked in the shrubbery next to the South Chestatee Street building.
Ragland said the bear continued to play statue even after she tossed a pebble in its direction.
“We watched it for five minutes and it never moved,” she told The Nugget. “We went back around 10 last night and it was gone!”
Stay tuned to DigDahlonega/The Nugget for news of any other downtown bear sightings or resulting downtown music festivals.
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finaltallycover1.jpgThe 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 scenes (or behind the Staff Only Sign) photo gallery below. And get the full scoop on the wins, the losses and the run-offs at www.thedahloneganugget.com or this week’s print edition!DSC_1700 DSC_1708 DSC_1713 DSC_1720 DSC_1729 DSC_1730 DSC_1740 DSC_1751

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In keeping with county tradition, political challengers who win for the first time also lose a pant-leg. (Staff photos/MATT AIKEN)


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5-14funkids2DIG.jpgAll it took to get Alyssa Perez to open up was a little Shakira.
“I was shy,” said the smiling middle-schooler. “I never talked. I used to be afraid to do stuff.”
All that changed after she joined the Lumpkin County Middle School K.I.S.S. Club. And then she started to dance.
“I love it,” she said. “just being with everybody and dancing and doing something.”
The LCMS K.I.S.S. Club (short for Kids In Super Shape) is the brainchild of teacher Debbie Carter-Dye who personally developed the after-school program centered around fun, games, healthy habits and high-energy Zumba-like dance sessions to hits like Shakira’s Waka Waka (This Time for Africa).
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Get the full scoop on the LCMS K.I.S.S. Club at www.thedahloneganugget.com or in this week’s print edition….5-14:funkids4DSC_1613DSC_1610DSC_1577DSC_15705-14:funkids75-14:funkids6DSC_1623…and check out the K.I.S.S. Club website right here and their star-studded Youtube clip right here:Screen Shot 2014-05-14 at 11.27.27 AM
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