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The Taste of Madison

By Tia Leorchick staff writer Chamber of Commerce’s annual fundraiser, Taste of Madison, which was held at the Madison-Morgan Cultural Center Hall on March 13, was a huge success this year, according to Chamber of Commerce President Bob Hughes. “We had a great turn out that exceeded

WON MORGAN!

By Nick Nunn staff writer Surrounded by a red sea of Morgan County fans, the Hoop Dogs departed their locker room just after 5 p.m. last Saturday, March 8, at the Macon Coliseum with one thing on their minds: the fight for the state championship. Once out

top dogs!

  State Champions: The Morgan County High School basketball team poses Monday morning with their trophy and medals after winning the state championship with a stunning defeat of Buford Saturday at the Macon Centreplex. For more on the team, see our expanded coverage on pages A1, A6

Taste of Madison!! You don’t want to miss it!

ONE MORE TIME!

MCHS Basketball Coach Charlemagne Gibbons celebrates Saturday night’s victory over the Johnson Atom Smashers. The team will be up against Buford for the AAA State Championship in Macon this Saturday. For more details on the Bulldogs’ win, see page B1. photo by: josiah connelly  

Lady Dogs fall to St. Pius in state quarterfinals

By Nick Nunn staff writer The Morgan County High School (MCHS) Lady Dogs’ 2013-2014 season came to a heartbreaking end last Wednesday with a 38-51 loss to the St. Pius X Lions in the quarterfinal game of the state playoffs. The Lady Dogs finished their season with

AFLAT Paints the hall red…and blue…and green… and yellow

By Nick Nunn staff writer Still going strong in its eleventh year, Morgan County’s student-led A Funky Little Art Thing (AFLAT) art show filled the walls of the Madison-Morgan Cultural Center’s Hall for its opening reception last Thursday, Feb. 27. Marjean Meadow, art teacher at the Morgan

Driving to Macon

An Evening Fit for a President

MCHS secures Region Championship on the march toward Macon

By Nick Nunn staff writer In a whirlwind week for Bulldog basketball, the Morgan County High School (MCHS) Hoop Dogs and Lady Dogs stood tall as the 8-AAA Region Champs after defeating Franklin County and Elbert County, respectively, before pushing their way through the first round of