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Nunnsense: Rubberhead

By Nick Nunn Surely, it could be considered the civic responsibility of any person to report being witness to a crime – consider the last episode of Seinfeld, where the main characters were arrested for being “guilty bystanders” by watching a crime take place and doing nothing

Human nature is on newspapers’ side

  By Leonard Woolsey Funny thing happened the other day to our local newspaper on the way to obscurity – my teenage daughter asked for a printed copy. While the world media might be quick to put a fork in the printed media and declare them done,

Morin: Changing the rules of the game

By Greg Morin September 1 will mark the end of an era, at least in Georgia anyway. This is the date that Amazon.com must begin collecting sales tax in Georgia (http://goo.gl/xorIIp). Some day you will wax nostalgic and regale your grandchildren with stories of how there was

Museum says thanks for help

To the Editor: The Steffen Thomas Museum of Art and the Madison Artists Guild would like to thank everyone involved with the Oscillations exhibition which opened to wonderful reviews Friday, Aug. 16th.  Oscillations artists Liselott Johnsson, Erin McIntosh, and Diane Wiencke co-curated an exhibition of their abstract

Hey comrade, can I hitch a ride to the space station?

By Fred Johnson Two Russians recently spent over seven hours in a spacewalk to rig power and Ethernet cables outside the Mir space station in preparation for a new lab that’s due to arrive in a few months. The astronauts wore Russian-made spacesuits. The U.S. spacesuits are

Law Enforcement: Aug. 22, 2013 edition

Madison Police Department On August 13 a simple battery complaint was filed at an Eatonton Road department store after a woman alleged that while she was waiting to check out, a black male, aged 15-years to 18-years-old, placed his hand between the woman’s leg and rubbed her

Fire damage: Dragons outscore Bulldogs 40-10

By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer The Morgan County High School (MCHS) Bulldogs took on AA State Champs, the Jefferson Dragons, for a preseason scrimmage last Thursday at Bill Corry Stadium. The Dragons’ varsity outscored the Bulldogs 40-10 during the first three quarters of the scrimmage. During the

Turman commits to UT

By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer Morgan County High School (MCHS) Hoop Dog CJ Turman announced this week that he is committing to the University of Tennessee. Turman, senior at MCHS this year, stated in an interview earlier this week that the University of Tennessee (UT) had been

One Year Down

By Nick Nunn I remember saying to myself a year ago when I applied for this job that I’d never get it. After all, I don’t have a background in journalism, I had never written for a living, and – as anyone in my family will tell

Outdoorsmen are getting mighty fancy when it comes to clothes

By Alvin Richardson I will never forget driving up to visit with my grandmother many years ago sporting a new car. Well, it was new to me even though it was a 10-year-old Chevy. She immediately commented “You’re getting might fancy aren’t you?” Of course fancy to