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Sunday December 4th, 2022 10:11AM

Ken Stanford

Contributing Editor
Ken  Stanford
WDUN's Stanford recalls covering Olympic bombing
I went to bed the night of July 26 with plans to get up the next day and head to Atlanta.
10:53AM ( 1 year ago )
A message from the GHS Rock: Stay Strong
As the world continues to face uncertainty during this difficult time, Gainesville High School Rock has a message for the community: Stay Strong.
10:35PM ( 2 years ago )
Steady rise of coronavirus cases, deaths in Georgia
The number of coronavirus cases in Georgia continues to rise quickly and steadily.
10:19PM ( 2 years ago )
Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests: Trailheads, access to Appalachian Trail shut down
Trailheads in the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests and access to the Appalachian Trail have been temporarily closed to prevent groups from congregating and to protect public health and safety.
8:00PM ( 2 years ago )
State to enforce social distancing at parks, lakes
Georgia is ramping enforcement of social distancing in parks and on lakes across the state because of reports of large crowds congregating in recreation areas.
7:30PM ( 2 years ago )
Major disaster declaration for all of Georgia
All of Georgia has been approved for a major disaster declaration by President Trump because of the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
6:58PM ( 2 years ago )
Hall, 6 other NE Ga. communities OK'd for FEMA grants
Hall County, five other area communities have been approved for federal grants to help with the purchase of emergency equipment, such as generators.
3:00PM ( 2 years ago )
Hall Co.: Deadline approaching for certain property-, tax-related obligations
With all the attention give the coronavirus, this may have slipped up on you: the April 1 deadline for Hall County property owners to file for Homestead Exemption and a number of other property- and tax-related matters.
3:00PM ( 2 years ago )
North Ga. Tech scraps spring break, postpones graduation
Spring break has been scrapped at North Georgia Technical College and graduation has been postponed as the school continues to grapple with fallout from the pandemic.
10:00AM ( 2 years ago )
As virus spreads, so does gloomy outlook for Georgia budget
Deaths and the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Georgia continued to increase Saturday, even as lawmakers tried to grapple with what the pandemic will mean for state finances.
8:39AM ( 2 years ago )