I worked as the editorial assistant for the Griffin Daily News between February and August 2007. I was then hired by the Cherokee Tribune as the education reporter in August 2007. Along with education, I was also responsible for covering the cities of Woodstock and Nelson. In early 2011, I became the government reporter and covered the cities of Woodstock, Canton, Nelson as well as the Cherokee County government. While with the Tribune, I was recognized by my peers with first, second and third-place awards from the Georgia Press Association and the Georgia Associated Press Association for my work in covering education, investigative journalism, business and breaking news reporting. In September, I became the local editor for Woodstock-Towne Lake Patch. I am more than thrilled to join Patch as local editor and look forward to working with and engaging the community. When I'm not out reporting the news, I like to run, mountain bike, spend time with friends and family and meet new people in the community. I love the Woodstock and Towne Lake area and I'm excited to be your eyes and ears of what's going on!
Kristal Dixon commented on article "Cherokee BOE Approves 2015 Budget With Tax Decrease" in Schools July 25, 2014 at 03:44 pm
Kristal Dixon commented on article "Cherokee BOE Approves 2015 Budget With Tax Decrease" in Schools July 25, 2014 at 03:43 pm