A number of Hall County Sheriff's deputies joined the ANW this week as part of WDUN's months-long "End the Epidemic" campaign to help spread awareness and end opioid addiction in the North Georgia area.
Assistant Commissioner with the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning, Susan Adams, talks about a fun way to celebrate the anniversary with children as well as the future of the program's funding.
The ANW has kicked off a year-long series that addresses the ongoing fight against opioid abuse in Georgia. This week, we were joined by someone many have called the driving force behind abuse legislation in the state, Dallas Gay, who joined the fight after an addiction-related tragedy struck his family.
Students interested in health-care and medical careers often join HOSA to learn more about specialized jobs in the medical industry. Three Hall county students, Amber Strickland (Chestatee), Melanie Valencia (Flowery Branch), and Emma Miller (West Hall), were recognized at the 2017 HOSA competition in Atlanta, in the clinical nursing, patho-physiology, and medical reading subjects, respectively.