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Tribee News: A Tale about a Rooster

    By Rachael Harper, Columnist I never would have thought it, but I have had a run-in with a rooster!   While Carrie. Mark, and Raegan were away at a gymnastics meet this past weekend, I looked after their dogs and chickens. They have five chickens and a rooster

Union Springs: Men’s Day 2014

Greetings from The Springs!  March will be a steady month for us since in addition to USBC’s programs, we will participate in a couple community events as well. March 6-7, members from the National Baptist Convention will be at Calvary Baptist Church to conduct evangelism outreach training.

Senior Moments: March calendar is filling up with exciting trips and activities

It’s not too late to get in on the workshop, “Powerful Tools for Caregivers” that is hosted at our Center every Wednesday afternoon from 2:00p.m. until 3:30p.m. There are six sessions, and those attending four of these get a certificate of completion.  We had a core group

Beautiful blooming daffodils give us hope for the spring

By Mac Buice, Columnist I can’t wait to see what is in store from Mother Nature. Nice weather lately, BUT I think there is more cold weather to come. This is just February. Still winter but you can see the beautiful daffodils blooming in our yards. Nice

Beautiful blooming daffodils give us hope for the Spring

Mae Buice, Columnist I can’t wait to see what is in store from Mother Nature. Nice weather lately, BUT I think there is more cold weather to come. This is just February. Still winter but you can see the beautiful daffodils blooming in our yards. Nice in

God goes before us when we go and reach people for Him

By Margie Ward, Columnist Our family, church family and community was saddened on Wednesday afternoon to hear of the death of Florine Ward. She was 91 years old and always a very special person to all that knew her. She always had words of encouragement and wisdom

Centennial News

Centennial News It is a privilege to be a husband and father. I like to be known as Tricia’s husband or my children’s father. I remember when we took our eldest child to church for the first time. I was no longer “Michael.” I was now to be

13th Annual Madison Antique Show & Sale

Showcasing American Antiques & Accessories By Tia Lynn Lecorchick STAFF WRITER The Madison-Morgan Cultural Center (MMCC) held its annual Madison Antiques Show and Sale on Feb. 21- Feb. 22. According to Ruth Bracewell, director of the MMCC, the event brought in almost 900 visitors to Madison. The

Black History Month Profile: Henry & Katherine Veasley

By Tia Lynn Lecorchick STAFF WRITER Madison Mayor Fred Perriman, president and co-founder of the Morgan County African American Museum, came to this newspaper with the idea of choosing four married couples in the community to be spotlighted during Black History Month in February. Henry Veasley, 76,

Rutledge Beautification group “cruises” for city park improvements

By Leila Dycus staff writer The Caboose in Rutledge was transformed into a stylish cruise ship last Saturday as the Beautification Committee held this year’s Rutledge Downtown Soiree. The Bon Voyage Fun’ Raiser began at 7 p.m., and the money raised will go towards city park improvements