By: Tia Lynn Lecorchick Morgan Memorial Hospital (MMH) is encouraging women to have mammograms throughout the month of October by conducting the “Get Your Pink On,” promotion, which gives out a free pink scarf or pink lunch bag whenever a woman comes in to MMH for a
Thursday, October 16 • Madison AA meetings every Sunday and Thursday Call (706-318-1551) for more information. Student Series Performance “Otherwise Known as Sheila the Great” 9:30 am & 11:30 am The ArtsPower musical production of Otherwise Known as Sheila the Great will be performed at the Madison-Morgan Cultural
By: Jamison Hooks Join the Friends of Madison Firefighters as they host the 9th Annual Firefighters Fall 5K and 10.2K on Saturday October 11th. Don’t miss the opportunity to participate in either the 5K or 10.2K race, which will follow a scenic course through historic downtown Madison.
By: Tia Lynn Lecorchick My name is Melissa Ward and I am a cancer survivor. I was diagnosed with breast cancer on February 1, 2011. I would have never thought at the age of 31 that I would be told I had breast cancer. In January of 2011,
Jamison Hooks Staff Writer Secret home recipes and picture perfect weather lured impressive numbers of Morgan County residents and visitors from afar to The 10th Annual Madison Downtown Chili Cook-off. “It’s hard to keep track of how many people came out but I’d say there were about
By: T. Adrienne Terrell Greetings from the Springs! I know that Heaven rejoiced as USBC had several to be baptized and two christenings. The first baby dedicated was Little Master Robert Leon (T.J.) Terrell, IV. The proud parents are Robert Leon (Trey) Terrell III and Ambernique Carter.
By: Mae Buice Been having some “nippy” weather, so I guess Fall is in full swing. I hate to see the summer days go. Missed you last week but we had a fabulous week end and I’ll tell you about it. Happy to be back in church
By: Rachel Harper Guess what? We did have a smattering of frost on Sunday morning! It was 40 degrees here on Sunday morning and when I looked out, I saw a smattering of silver on the grass. Gertrude Pugh called around 8:30 to tell me there was frost
By: Cathy Best This past week, I finished reading, Delicious, Ruth Reichl’s new novel. Without giving away too much, the novel’s protagonist, Billie, is gob-smacked when she discovers a friend has freezer drawers that pull out from under a platform bed. Were these refrigerated drawers for cooling
The turnip patch was hit last week for about 14 families and if the weather holds this week, we will make another trip for fresh turnip salad and mustard greens. These fresh vegetables are healthy, and can’t be better than when they go from field to sink