Paige Dauer

Paige Dauer

Sports Anchor/Multimedia Journalist

Paige joined the news team in May 2018 and is a multimedia journalist for the Thomasville Bureau at WALB. Paige was born and raised in Northern Kentucky, just a few miles outside Cincinnati, Ohio. Paige graduated from The University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama in May 2018. Roll Tide! She graduated with a bachelor's degree in telecommunication and film and minored in journalism and electronic news.Paige interned with Crimson Tide Productions, an Alabama Athletics broadcast company, all four years. There, she gained invaluable experience in production, post-production, editing, and reporting. She is also a member of the Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, Eta chapter. Her passion for reporting began in her early high school days, watching the New England Patriots with her parents and three younger siblings on Sundays. Paige loves spending her free time with friends, exercising and exploring new places. She has especially enjoyed all that Thomasville has to offer, and looks forward to getting to know the area more!


Recent Articles by Paige

Thomasville Bulldogs boys soccer team reigning GHSA State Champs

The Atlanta Dreamed played final preseason game in Albany

Florida State University wins ACC Championship title

Thomasville boys soccer preps for final four match-up

Several Lee County High School students signed letters of intent

Thomas County Central High School midway through spring practice

Deerfield-Windsor girls soccer team looks ahead to next season

  Deerfield-Windsor Girls Soccer Team advances to the finals

Baconton Charter School’s Spencer Culp signs letter of intent

Moultrie couple witnesses barn fire that killed over 20,000 chickens

Propst: Despite requests, never interviewed in ‘shrouded in secrecy’ investigation

American Red Cross driving to victims in Cairo

  Thomasville mayor indicted by grand jury

  Bainbridge bank robbery suspects identified

  Thomasville officials encourage safety on New Year’s Eve

Two drivers in stable condition following Thomas Co. wreck

Colquitt Co. 10-year-old laid to rest after being hit by car while getting on school bus

  Second Harvest offers meals to Seminole Co. students while school is still out after Hurricane Michael

  Seminole Co. still on the road to recovery after Hurricane Michael

Donalsonville residents rely on each other to recover after Hurricane Michael

  Quitman police chief abruptly resigns

  Crime rate drops in Thomasville after recent arrests

  Periodic lane closures expected during construction in Thomasville

  Victim identified in Pavo fatal wreck

  Thomasville one step closer to naming new city manager

  Thomasville residents climb stairs and honor 9/11 first repsonders

  Developer selected for Thomasville Roses property

Bainbridge officers still looking for man who wrecked car, left child in backseat