On Sunday morning attendance was good; glad to see everyone in service today, some are still out due to sickness, work and etc. Visitors were again present; look forward to them visiting with us each week. We pray that they will continue to bless us and God
How can you tell if a person needs encouragement? If they are breathing. One of the greatest gifts God has given us is the ability to encourage others. We all need to know that someone believes in us. We all need someone to encourage us. Equally, we
Turner Foster is visiting his parents Chuck and Miriam this week. Turner is from Memphis. He is named after his late grandfather Turner Bell. Gail Wade went to visit her daughter Rebekah and the two grandchildren one day. They were both sick but she enjoyed them very
Greetings from The Springs! Let me tell you that this year’s Women’s Day Celebration was simply awesome. Co-chairs, Toni Terrell and Gloria Carroll coordinated a weekend full of events which emphasized the theme, “The Daughters of God”. On Saturday, March 22, the event co-chairs hosted the Ladies’
By tia leorchick The Morgan County Primary School (MCPS) held their annual Spring Musical on Mar. 20, entitled “It’s a Jungle Out There.” The production was written by Mary Donnelly and George Strid, featuring a cast comprised of a king, cheetahs, monkeys and elephants. Jeremy Skidmore, a
By Tia Lyn Lecorchick staff writer Kathi Russell, owner of the historic Mapp-Gilmore building located at 200 West Washington Street in Madison, appeared before the Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) on March 11 to present her design proposal for the currently demolished building’s reconstruction in hopes of being
Hundreds of Morgan County High School basketball fans and supporters flooded Madison’s Town Park last Friday following a parade for the AAA state champion team. For more on the event see PAGE C1.
By Tia Lyn Lecorchick staff writer Madison is one of 12 Georgia towns to receive a Georgia Main Street award this year, winning in the category of excellence in design. The awards were announced at the 35th Anniversary Banquet for the Georgia Main Street Program, held Feb.
By Tia Lyn Lecorchick staff writer The Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) gave Parallel Housing the green light to move forward with their conceptual design for their proposed low to moderate income apartments for senior citizens to be located near the intersection of West Jefferson Street and Fifth
By Tia Lyn Lecorchick staff writer The Buckhead City Council is currently exploring alternate options before settling on whether or not to proceed with constructing a new well for the city. If the city chooses to construct a new well, it could cost up to $240,000, according