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Scary Similarity – Rutledge Held Spooky Fall Fest

Boys and ghouls enjoy running the Trick or Trot!

By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer By Nick Nunn staff writer The Morgan County Elementary School held their second annual Trick or Trot 5K and Fun Run this past Saturday, Oct. 26 in downtown Rutledge. The races attracted a total of 455 runners, with 169 registered runners competing

Boo! Rutledge Holds Spooky Fall Fest

The City of Rutledge held their annual Spooky Fall Fest last Saturday, Oct. 26, and children (and some adults) came out in costume to participate in the Trunk-or-Treat and hayride as well as costume contest, among other things. Call it a Halloween warm-up, if you will. Photos

Speer to serve as Cotton Queen at Saturday’s festival

Special to the Citizen Special to the Citizen Meet Sara Ann Nunn Speer, this year’s Cotton Queen: I was born in 1935 the only daughter of Sam and Ethel Nunn with five brothers. At a young age I quickly learned that in order to survive in a

house Bootiful

By Andrea Gable & Photos By Josiah Connelly Beware: Halloween is not just for trick-or-treaters anymore. Shifting from a traditionally kid-centric holiday, Halloween has grown to provide just as much appeal for adults. For one night of the year the kid in all of us is able

Turnaround: Dogs beat the East Jackson Eagles 38-19

MCHS Bulldogs vs. Franklin County Lions Friday, 7:30 p.m., 6570 Highway 145, Carnesville By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer The Morgan County High School (MCHS) Bulldogs beat region opponent, the East Jackson Eagles, 38-19 last Friday night at the MCHS Homecoming game. Morgan County’s record now stands at 5-2,

Get loud! MCHS students celebrate Homecoming last Friday

Last week marked Homecoming Week at Morgan County High School, and the week ended with Friday spent playing games (including the powderpuff football finals), going to a pep rally and then to a football game, where the Homecoming Court was celebrated at halftime. Photos by Jesse Walker

Seniors on Parade

Homecoming Week culminated in a festive parade down College Avenue for the Class of 2014 the morning of Friday, Oct. 18, 2013. Go Bulldogs! Photos by Jesse Walker and Josiah Connelly Click here for coverage of the Homecoming Week Senior Parade, in photos.

Tough Loss: Elbert shuts out the Bulldogs 40-0 at the Granite Bowl

By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer The Morgan County High School (MCHS) Bulldogs suffered a devastating 40-0 loss to the Elbert County Blue Devils last Friday night in Elberton. After beginning the season with four consecutive victories, the Dogs have endured back-to-back losses in the past two weeks,

Slice o’ Love: Local lunchroom patrons are eating more varied, homemade dishes than ever

Menus are online! Go to the system’s website, www.morgan.k12.ga.us, and click on the “School Nutrition” tab. By Katie Walker, Staff Writer “Woke up in the Mornin’, put on my new plastic glove. Serve some reheated salisbury steak, with a little slice of love. Got no clue what the