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MCHS Hoop Dogs continue region success

By Nick Nunn The Morgan County High School (MCHS) boys’ and girls’ basketball teams defeated region opponents the Hart County Bulldogs and the East Jackson Eagles during their second week of region competition. Following last week’s wins, the girls’ varsity Dogs now have an undefeated 3-0 region

Sports Calendar

Friday, Dec. 20 • MCHS Varsity Girls Basketball @ Woodward Academy Tournament. Atlanta. • MCHS Varsity Boys Basketball @ Chick-Fil-A Classic, Columbia, S.C. • MCMS Basketball @ MCHS vs. Loganville, 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 21 • MCHS Varsity Wrestling @ Granite City Duals. Elbert County High School,

MCMS Mat Dogs host league rivals Greene, Jasper at duals

MCMS basketball teams continue conference play with Putnam, Social Circle

  By Leila Dycus The Morgan County Middle School basketball teams were on the road this past week taking on Putnam County, Social Circle and West Jackson. On Wednesday Dec. 11 the Bulldogs traveled to Putnam County to take on the War Eagles. The girls were the

Rotary hosts annual Christmas Rush Classic races

By Nick Nunn, Sports The Rotary Club of Morgan County presented the 32nd annual Madison Christmas Rush Classic this past Saturday, Dec. 14 in downtown Madison. The rain and dreary weather may have forced a cancellation of the planned Christmas parade and caroling, but hundreds of icy

The Madison-Morgan Cultural Center Hosts The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

  Holiday Concert By Lynn Lecorchick The Madison-Morgan Cultural Center hosted the 35th Annual Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Holiday Concert on Dec. 3. The event was sponsored by Jim Boyd & Associates, INC. and The Madison Bank Corporation. Additional support for the event was provided by the Dorothy

Sweet Box

By Stephanie Hudak, Columnist I am so lucky to have a good friend who is a great gardener and a wonderful writer. Connie Cottingham is the person who encouraged me to start writing myself – and, thank goodness, mentored me along the way. She has a really

Keep Christmas Simple

By Cathy Best, Columnist There’s a seismic shift going on in me pertaining to decorating for Christmas. Keep it simple, very simple. In years past I cut enough greenery to decorate my house and Martha Stewart’s, made our door wreath, decorated the tree, we cut as a

Last year for Rep. Doug Holt

By Patrick Yost editor District 112 Georgia House of Representatives member Doug Holt said Monday he would not seek re–election to a seat he has served for 10 years. Holt’s term in office is set to expire at the end of 2014. In a press release, Holt

Madison City Council Settles Small Group Tour Amendments

By Nick Nunn staff writer The Madison City Council voted to approve a heavily edited amendment to the Madison City Code Chapter 26 concerning tour operators and small group tours during their regular meeting on Monday, Dec. 9. The council approved the inclusion of a “preamble” to