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Bam! Anna Gronholm bags her first deer Sunday afternoon at the Moores’

By Betty Moore Here it is harvest time. Many festivals have been set. Already many Christmas decorations are out in many places. It’s hard to believe and to top it all; our government is about to shut down. What in the world is going to happen? So

Church’s Women’s Conference a “spirit-filled weekend” meant for growth, reaching “higher level in Christ”

By T. Adrienne Terrell Greetings from The Springs! We’re right in the middle of an extremely busy month yet we are busy for the Lord and that makes it all good! The Women’s Conference was tremendous. Dr. Kathy Hubbard and First Lady Toni Terrell organized a spirit-filled

Celebrating the church’s leader

Fall Festival Sugar Creek Baptist Church, Saturday, Oct. 19, 5-8 p.m. 1000 Sugar Creek Church Road, Madison. Too many activities to name them all: cake walks for adults and children, face painting, popcorn, hair “fixin’,” funnel cakes, hay rides, music, games, just to name a few. By Mae Buice Pretty

Fair Time: A sure sign of the beginning of fall

A Fair to Remember The annual Lions Club Fair took up residence in Madison the first week of October. Photos by Jesse Walker Click here for photos of the Lions Club Fair.

A look at A. Leibovitz

Best of the Best Website Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, SC, http://www.columbiamuseum.org Movie Annie Leibovitz: Life Through a Lens. Download at iTunes Books by Annie Leibovitz Pilgrimage, Annie Leibovitz at Work, A Photographer’s Life: 1990-2005, Annie Leibovitz: Photographs, 1970-1990. For more Leibovitz books go to amazon.com By

Columnist encourages: “Attract more birds with winter berries”

By Stephanie Hudak Summer holds a smorgasbord of energy food for the birds – from insects to your favorite tomatoes. But in winter the pickings get a little slim and that’s where winter berries play a major role in keeping the birds alive until spring. Winter berries

Mannington Mills invests $50M, adds 200-plus jobs

By Patrick Yost, Editor Mannington Mills announced last Wednesday that it would expand its Madison operation and increase its workforce by more than 200 jobs. In a combined announcement from state economic development officials, county officials and the company, the company said it would invest more than

Madison candidates speak out

By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer On Oct. 3, Madison City Council candidates Bobby Crawford, Stratton Hicky, Michael Naples and Chris Hodges attended the Madison candidates’ forum, which was held at the Morgan County administration building and moderated by Morgan County Citizen Publisher Patrick Yost. Crawford and Hicky

City issues addressed at Rutledge forum

By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer Five candidates for elected positions in the City of Rutledge met Monday evening for a candidate forum. Joellen Artz and James Bratcher are running for the position of Mayor of Rutledge, Timothy Smith and Bill Spann, incumbent, are candidates for Rutledge’s District

Officials arrest, charge 11 with gambling

By Patrick Yost, Editor A more-than-two-month investigation ended last Tuesday as Morgan County and Putnam County authorities arrested 11 men on gambling charges. According to Capt. Chris Bish, Criminal Investigations Division, Morgan County Sheriff’s Office, Harold “Tyrone” Alford, 67, was arrested at his Clarks Ford Road, Buckhead,