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Madison Police Department

  On November 1 a damage to property and simple assault complaint was filed at a Highland Avenue location. According to reports, a man said that after he and a friend returned to Micha Way from a party, the friend became upset because he alleged that the

Morgan County Sheriff’s Office

On November 1 a damage to property complaint was filed at a Chivers Avenue, Buckhead location after a man reported that someone had run over a light pole on his front yard. The complainant estimated it would cost $600 to repair the pole. On November 2 a

Hart County Wins Battle of Bulldogs

By Alvin Richardson Staff Writer Hart County’s Bulldogs bested Morgan’s Dogs 40-14 Friday night at Pete Herndon Stadium in Hartwell as they continued to roll along through an undefeated season. In a game played under windy, cool conditions the Orange and Black Dogs built a 26-7 lead

MCMS Preseason Basketball Tournament

By Jamison Hooks Staff Writer Morgan County Middle School (MCMS) kicked off their basketball season with four wins in a preseason tournament this Saturday Nov 1. At the tournament, both the boys and girls teams made their debut as they faced off against their opponents. The girl’s

MCHS Band Headed to Hollywood

    Photo By: Jack Meyer   By Tia Lynn Lecorchick Managing Editor All the hard work and practice of the Morgan County High School band is paying off. The Marching Bulldogs Won first place Drum Major, second place Band, second place Drumline, and second place Colorguard

MCHS Cheerleaders Take 1st place Once Again

Jamison Hooks Staff Writer The Morgan County High School (MCHS) Competition Cheerleading squad stormed the mats at the Spirit Spectacular at Putnam County High School this weekend and received 1st place once again. “We scored our highest score this season for our routine on Saturday,” said Coach

25th Annual Cotton Gin Festival

Photo By: Jack Meyer By Jamison Hooks Staff Writer In spite of the cold and blustery weather, Bostwick had another successful year with its 25th Annual Cotton Gin Festival. Mayor John Bostwick and members of the City Council are very appreciative of those who helped make this

Deal declares November as Parent Engagement Month

Jamison Hooks Staff Writer The State of Georgia is calling for parents to take a more active role in their children’s education. The Title 1, Part A Parent Engagement Program at the Georgia Department of Education is determined to encourage parent involvement in Georgia schools. Because of

Humane Society holding raffle with $10,000 grand prize

By Zachary Parker Staff Writer The Humane Society of Morgan County is holding a raffle with a total of only 200 tickets sold at $100 each, and a grand prize of $10,000 for the winner. Tickets for this raffle will directly benefit the Humane Society in Morgan

“The Lightning Thief” novel brought to life

Jamison Hooks Staff Writer Students from near and far traveled to the Madison-Morgan Cultural Center on Monday Nov 1 to watch Theatreworks actors bring the popular novel “The Lightning Thief” to life. The MMCC has partnered with Theatreworks to bring entertainment and fun to Morgan County. This