Farm Bureau Supports Student Athletes

The players of the game are selected by the coaches as a way to to highlight a player who works hard on and off the field and shows leadership and character for their team. Even with a loss, a student is recognized for heart and hustle shown during the game.

Kari Groce Named Chattooga County School District Teacher of the Year

Mrs. Groce will move on to the state level competition to compete against other district-level winners. 

Local Filmmaker Stephen Peppers Releases Second Movie

In the northwest Georgia town of Summerville, one such creative young man, Stephen Peppers has been making movies since he was eight-years old and recently completed his second movie. 

Local Students Pray Together For ‘See You At The Pole’ Day

On Wednesday, September 25th at 7 a.m. students around the globe including here in Chattooga County gathered for prayer around their schools' flagpoles to pray for their schools.

Leo Lanier honored

Chattooga County's only remaining WWII POW, Mr. Leo Lanier was celebrated in observance of National POW Day at a lunch at Jim's Family Restaurant...

Summerville Fire Chief Receives State Certification

Lathem was awarded the Georgia Volunteer Fire Chief Certification. He was the only Volunteer Chief in the state who received this certification.

Farewell Foleys

After nearly ten years with Chattooga County Schools Terri Foley is saying goodbye to her co-workers and the students at Chattooga High School. 

Baker History Awards to Honor Locals

Baker History Awards to Honor Locals

The Lion King Roars into Summerville

The Lion King Roars into Summerville

Chattooga County Students Compete at State 4-H Congress Competition

State 4-H Congress competition, held July 23rd through the 26th of July in Atlanta, decided the best in the state in 4-H, and Chattooga County can join that circle of winners this year.