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Celebrating Veteran’s Day – Is One Day Enough?

By Tim Reed, Columnist Veteran’s Day – Celebrated as a national holiday, one day a year, in honor of our Veterans who have served to defend the rights and freedom of this country.  One day each year.  One day.  Is one day enough?  Whether it is or isn’t, we should take this day to thank our Veterans

Brownwood’s “Kuntry Fun” Saturday, Nov. 9

By Margie Ward, Columnist Sunday morning attendance was good; we had some members back after being out for surgery, sickness, etc. We missed regular members that were out for different reasons. Visitors were again present for service today; we always pray they will receive a blessing by

Good Old Homemade Butter, Milk and Biscuits – Oh My!

By Betty Moore, Columnist The Belles of Buckhead enjoyed a trip to North Georgia recently to tour the Foxfire Museum and the Heritage Center. This is in Mountain City near Clayton. On the return they stopped at “Goats on the Roof,” where there are goats to watch,

Godfrey Community Barbeque is coming this Saturday, Nov. 9

Rachel Harper, Columnist It seems like all of sudden just this week the leaves have really started changing and they are getting really pretty.  They are really starting to fall, too.  We always joke and say, “Pretty soon our curtain will be down!”  We live a good ways

Meet the Dancers of the Stars

Taylor, Elise & Victoria Faust Carline Jones & Sam Cooper Troy & Kathleen Bryant Mike Torino & Dana Kibbey Staff Reports Staff Reports The event mirrors the popular “Dancing With The Stars” television show. The Boys and Girls Club use this popular event as a primary fundraiser

Boo-Tastic Fun!

The Cub Scout Tiger Den 2 of Morgan County’s Pack 91 won the 2013 “Boo-tastic” Award for Best Booth at the annual Halloween Pack Meeting on Thursday, Oct. 24. The scouts are pictured in front of their winning Spider Toss game. Pictured are Pheonix Miller, Marcus Brown,

Boo-Tastic Fun!

You Want Fries With That? Emerson Clark and Lexie von Hanstein had Steak n’ Shake on their minds when they decided n a Halloween costume. The Morgan County girls worked out the outfits and convinced the Athens Steak n’ Shake to create name tags. Photo Contributed

Summer’s steam fading Fall is approaching fast

By Stephanie Hudak, Columnist The long hot days of summer are fast becoming just a memory as the cool days of fall are upon us. But that doesn’t mean that we can just curl up in front of the fireplace and read gardening books. There is much

Scary Similarity – Rutledge Held Spooky Fall Fest

$1M-plus bond to pay for Town Park

By Patrick Yost, EDITOR The Madison City Council, on Friday, is expected to complete a bond initiative that would raise more than $1 million to complete payment for the development of the city’s Town Park project. The bond initiative, which will be administered through the Madison Downtown