3 hrs ago
College features Barr's congressional papers
Former U.S. Rep. Bob Barr's congressional papers were put on display at the University of West Georgia's Ingram Library this week.
12 hrs ago
The Northwestern in Oshkosh
Ga. flesh-eating bacteria victim gets bionic hands
Aimee Copeland, 25, of Snellville, Ga., shows off the new bionic hand she's learning to use after losing her hands and legs to a flesh-eating bacteria in 2012.
Decorated educator accepts job in Montana
Laurie Barron, left, principal at Smokey Road Middle School, holds the receiver for members of the school's Beta Club Stephanie Cannon, center, and Megan She and her daughter, Coweta educator Dr.
Sun May 12, 2013
Campus project will be focus of meeting
Newnan City Council Tuesday will consider awarding architectural, construction and environmental contracts for converting the old Newnan Hospital property on Jackson Street into a University of West Georgia Newnan campus.
Newnan students receive top honors at BPC
Brewton-Parker College students Robert Joseph Lytten and Lakeitha Consuelo Williams of Newnan were recognized during Honors Day Chapel April 30 in Saliba Chapel on the Mount Vernon campus.
Fri May 10, 2013
Cleveland Daily Banner
Alumnus of CSCC set for address
Approximately 650 students of Cleveland State Community College's class of 2013 will walk across the stage to receive their degrees and certificates during the 45th Commencement Ceremony Saturday at 10 a.m. in L. Quentin Lane Gymnasium.
Shelia Barchuk Named a VIP Member of Worldwide Who's Who for Excellence in Business Management
Shelia Barchuk, Owner of Custom Care Janitorial Services, was recently named a VIP member of Worldwide Who's Who.
Dalton Daily Citizen
Lady Cats' Chastine cheers on
When it came to college choices, Lexi Chastine had no interest in Young Harris College.
Wed May 08, 2013
BOC supports WGTC athletic complex funding
Support for a new West Georgia Technical College athletic complex won Carroll County Board of Commissioners approval Tuesday night.
Mon May 06, 2013
Daily Tribune News
McMillan approaches life and work with enthusiasm
Leslie McMillan is vice president of Government & Community Development for the Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce, as well as owner of Palooza Photo Booth.
Sun May 05, 2013
New York Daily News
Woman who survived flesh-eating bacteria 'takes life by the horns'
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Coweta WGTC student places at state event
Jodi Falany of West Georgia Technical College's Coweta Campus was one of four WGTC students receiving the Who's Who in Phi Beta Lambda award at the Georgia PBL Leadership Conference held recently in Atlanta.
Barron feted at UWG's 'Evening with the Stars'
National High School Principal of the Year Trevor Greene, left, and National Teacher of the Year Jeff Charbonneau, center, both of Washington state, visit with National Middle School Principal of the Year Laurie Barron.
Sat May 04, 2013
Goodwill sets programs on the job search, financial literacy
May 5 - 11 is Goodwill Week, and the Newnan Goodwill Career Center is celebrating with a week full of events focused on employment help and financial literacy.
Fri May 03, 2013
County mulls contributing funds for WGTC athletic complex
The Carroll County Board of Commissioners is considering giving $150,000 to help with the land purchase on Esco Way near Bankhead Highway for a West Georgia Technical College athletic complex.
Wed May 01, 2013
Catoosa County News
Walker County's Teachers of the Year
The 14 schools in the Walker County school system have each selected a Teacher of the Year for 2012-13. A panel of three teachers who retired from Walker County Public Schools interviewed the 14 teachers for selection of three finalists who will have classroom visits to determine the system-wide Teacher of the Year on May 2. Penny Howerton served ... (more)
Douglas County Sentinel
One year after accident, Aimee Copeland keeps busy schedule
May 1, 2012, is a day that Aimee Copeland and her family will never forget. It was on that day the then-24-year-old University of West Georgia graduate student fell from a homemade zipline over the Little Tallapoosa River near Carrollton, cutting a deep gash in her left leg.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Coombe honored by UWG professor
Mr. Peter Coombe, Calhoun Middle School Counselor and Calhoun City Schools Director of Communications, was honored on April 20, 2013 with the Dr.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Sat Apr 27, 2013
Douglas County Sentinel
Lithia rallies around academic successes
As part of that effort, Lithia Springs held an academic pep rally Thursday afternoon to celebrate all of the strides the school has made.