Golden Apple Awards Banquet 2011 - Finalists and Teacher of Year Announced
News 12 has made a commitment to telling positive stories about teachers in our area. And tonight, that commitment paid off for several local educators as the Golden Apple Award finalists and teacher of the year are announced. Video Video
Battle Academy Chorus performs at the Golden Apple Awards Banquet
The Battle Academy Chorus entertained the guests at the 2011 BI-LO/WDEF News 12 Golden Apple Awards Banquet. The group was led under the direction of Elizabeth Brackin. Presented here is their entire performance.
Dade Elementary's Greta Haney wins Golden Apple Award
Reaching a child with a disability can sometimes be a challenge. But at Dade County Elementary one extraordinary child says her teacher makes her feel special. Video Video
This week's Golden Apple winner makes sure her students always stay positive
A child's attitude about learning makes all the difference. At Fairyland Elementary one special teacher makes sure her students stay positive no matter what. Video Video
Golden Apple Award: Linda Cagle
Elementary school is a great spot to learn the basics of education. But at Beaverdale Elementary, one special teacher makes sure her kids learn responsibility. Video Video
Northwest Elementary Deborah Swafford is this week's Golden Apple teacher
Most teachers make sure students grasp the subjects they cover in the class. But at Northwest Elementary one special teacher makes sure her students get a well rounded lesson plan. Video Video
Tunnel Hill kindergarten teacher Suzanna Stanley helps students love to learn
Kindergarten can be rough for some families... It's the start of a whole new chapter watching your child grow. But a family in Whitfield County says thanks to one special teacher it feels like their child never left the nest. Video Video
Spring City Elementary's Katie Newsome helps students love school
A child's first few experiences with school can set the tone for the rest of their learning. At Spring City Elementary, one special teacher makes sure her lessons stick with her kids. Video Video
Ellen Gibson expects her Cherokee Ridge students to be their best
When a great teacher knows what students are capable of they don't accept mediocre... At Cherokee Ridge Elementary kids say one special teacher won't settle for anything less than your best. Video Video
Woodstation Elementary's Julia Houston inspires students to better things
Every teacher hopes to instill in their students a love for learning. But at Woodstation Elementary one special teacher goes one step further, she's inspiring the next generation of educators. Video Video
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Who the crap cares? Really, does anyone have a life? Wake up Americans! This is all but need! The real news is that we need a freaking Revolution in this country. The flags upside down and everyone is worried about what happened at Wal-Mart! Get a clue and open your glazed over media loving eye's!

marilynh - 7/1/2015 4:02 PM
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There is always 3 sides to a story! One person never tells the whole truth! Hopefully the tape will be released so we will be able to see who is telling the truth!

rjl3775 - 7/1/2015 10:23 AM
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THIS REPORT is total BS! I was there when this happened, this woman was wanting to start a fight with everyone and was screaming at the top of her vulgar lungs! they should have arrested her instead of escorting her out. the news is really going downhill, I would like to know how you can do a piece based solely of what a person tells you , without doing any background on this person...if they did they would see she is not miss goody 2 shoes!

Snoopyradio - 7/1/2015 9:20 AM
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I think Dalton has a great police department. The officers put the needs of the community above their own in many cases. I have great confidence in them, and I know if I am pulled over I will be treated fairly.

sjdeb1 - 6/30/2015 9:09 PM
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I just want to say Thank you to the Dalton Police Department and all the officer's that put their life on the line every day to serve and protect our community. Keep up the good work!!!

garste1 - 6/30/2015 3:28 PM
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The Dalton Police Department is a joke. They blocked off streets for this group of thugs who didn't file the proper paper work to have a parade/procession as they should have! That violates Dalton's city ordinances! They should have arrested these thugs! If this had been black or hispanics having an impromptu procession down the busiest street in Dalton, the Dalton Police Department would have locked them away no questions asked. The Dalton PD is a "good ole boys" network and apparently the self proclaimed Ruff Ryders who took over the streets of our town on Sunday are a part of that network. The Dalton Police Department is a disgrace and should be ashamed for condoning this!!

DawnParsons - 6/30/2015 1:59 PM
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Someone found a min pin type dog, a little fuller bodied than most and took him to McKamey.

Horace Gunn - 6/28/2015 8:18 PM
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This Mr. Rawlston character sounds like he's projecting his own spinelessness, in direct contrast to real people who actually believe in something important.

Dallas1017 - 6/27/2015 6:50 PM
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I am so thankful for Neal Pinkston and the others who are so dedicated to solve these cases. My sons, Dallas Nelson, cold case was a hopeless situation until the Cold Case Unit was established. If there are people who have given up hope about their case, please contact the Cold Case Unit. We also have a support group, Cold Case Families that meet on the last Friday of each month

Here2Opine - 6/27/2015 2:48 PM
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It's about time!
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