• DCHS student charged with making terroristic threats

    A 14-year-old Dawson County High School student has been charged with Disruption of a Public School and Terroristic Threats. School Superintendent Dr. Damon Gibbs said, “The Dawson County School System takes all threats seriously and, as always, the safety of our students is our top priority. I want to thank Sheriff Johnson and his staff […]

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  • Rep. Collins hosts symposium on mental health resources

    GAINESVILLE, Ga. — Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) hosted a symposium at Lanier Technical College Wednesday to explore mental health resources for first responders. In 2018, at least 159 first responders nationwide died from suicide — nearly 10% more than the total number of line-of-duty deaths resulting from causes such as assault, vehicle accidents, heart attacks, […]

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  • Henry Grady will be detour when Toto Creek bridge is closed

    DAWSONVILLE, Ga. – During its voting session Thursday (Aug. 15), Dawson County Commissioners will vote on making Henry Grady Highway the detour route when the SR 136 bridge at Toto Creek is closed. The meeting begins at 6 p.m in the Dawson County Government Center. The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) has designated the bridge […]

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  • Gibson murder trial bound over to Dawson Co. Superior Court

    DAWSON COUNTY, Ga. – The case of the man accused to killing his wife in the parking lot of Fire Station 7 on July 29 has been bound over to Superior Court Jeremy Wade Gibson, 44, appeared in Magistrate Court today (Aug. 14), where the judge found probable cause. Witnesses say Gibson followed his wife, […]

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  • Rep. Collins attends Georgia’s business launching pad

    ALPHARETTA, Ga.  — Yesterday, Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) visited Digital Ignition, Georgia’s newest business launching pad and official Blockchain, AI, IoT, and innovation incubator of the Forward Forsyth Partnership. During his visit, Collins participated in a roundtable with area tech leaders to discuss issues ranging from intellectual property and workforce development to procurement and finance […]

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  • Jeremy Gibson probable cause hearing set for Wednesday

    DAWSONVILLE, Ga. – Jeremy Gibson, the Dawsonville man who shot and killed his wife Amy Alexandria Gibson, in front of witnesses at Fire Station 7 July 29, will be in Dawson County Magistrate Court (Courtroom A, 3rd floor) Wednesday for a probable cause hearing. Gibson appeared before Dawson County Chief Magistrate Judge Lisa A. Poss-Thurmond […]

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  • Friends want people to know the real Amy Alexandria Gibson

    Dawsonville, Ga. – A grief stricken college friend of murder victim Amy Alexandria Gibson came forward last week to say she wanted to let the public know who her friend “Alex” really is. “I want her story told because she is not here to tell it,” said Susan Stute who has been the victim’s friend […]

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  • Sheriff candidates presented their credentials at GOP meeting

    DAWSONVILLE, Ga. – The 2020 campaign season got off to an early start Monday when the Dawson County Republican Party invited the three candidates for sheriff – Sheriff Jeff Johnson, Jeff Perry and Marcus Sewell to introduce themselves to a packed house at The Bowen Art Center. Former County Commission Chairman Mike Berg served as […]

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