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Nearly 91K Net Loss for MMH in August

By: Jamison Hooks The Morgan Memorial Hospital Authority (MMHA) covered many topics of discussion at their monthly meeting including their $90,770 Net Loss for the month of August. “Emergency room visits were up at 708 and we usually stay around the mid 600 range so that’s a

FARM Day at the Cultural Center on October 25

On Saturday, October 25, 2014, Madison-Morgan Cultural Center will host FARM Day, a FREE event that will transform the Center’s front lawn into an interactive agricultural landscape the whole family will enjoy! From 10 AM to 2 PM, join the festivities and spend a beautiful day outside

The mighty weapons of warfare

By: T. Adrienne Terrell   Greetings from The Springs! There’s much excitement about the rapidly approaching Corporate 3- Day Fast. We are not eating any food but we can consume a small amount of juice. The dates are from 5 p.m. Thursday, October 9 to 5 p.m.

When you can let the windows up

By: Rachel Harper Well this week has really felt like fall, hasn’t it?  It even got so “coolish” here that I  flipped the switch and turned the heat on low to get the chill off a time or two.  This is a good time of year when

Love is a verb

By: Dr. Michael Stovall John 3:16 is an inexhaustible Bible text, “For God so loved the world, that He gave His One and Only Son, that whoever believes in Him will not perish, but have eternal life.” The context of John 3:16 is a conversation between Jesus and

Best of the Best: ¡Ay Chihuahua!

By: Cathy Best Is this not the most adorable dog picture ever? My husband, Richard, snapped this shot on the lot where trucks were loading gourmet dog food. He heard incessant barking coming from a big rig cab and inquired about the commotion. The driver swung the

Vegetable soup, peas, cornbread, and strawberry shortcake

We fed about 80 vendors and participants at our Health Fair Friday with vegetable soup, peas, cornbread, and strawberry shortcake.  A lot of information was shared, and health screenings done.  Thanks to all those involved in helping make the event a success.  Next on our calendar is

There is no room for fear

By Margie Ward: On Sunday morning attendance was good, with visitors present. We had some members and visitors out today for various reasons, we are praying that all will be back soon. Bro Ron welcomed everyone and had morning announcements. Deacon of the week, Joe brown, opened

Obituaries, Willie Reid Edwards, Sr.

Mr. Willie Reid “Bill” Edwards was born November 5, 1936 to the late Mr. Willie Richard “Bud” Edwards and the late Mrs. Annie Lola Jordan Edwards. He attended the public school of Morgan County. He was a dedicated employee with Patillo Construction Company for over 35 years

Obituaries, Dorothy Anne Wellman Voegeli

Dorothy Anne Wellman Voegeli, 90, of Madison, Georgia, formerly of Athens and Atlanta, passed away at her home Wednesday, September 24, 2014, surrounded by her husband and children. Born in Huntsville, Alabama on January 6, 1924, she was the daughter of the former Ruth Northington and Walter