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Dogs Best Clarke Central at MLK Shootout

By Nick Nunn staff writer The Clarke Central Gladiators held onto a perfect 16-0 season up until they had to face the Morgan County High School (MCHS) Hoop Dogs this past Monday, Jan. 20, at Berkmar High School’s MLK Shootout, when the Dogs handed them their first

Sports Calendar

Friday, Jan. 24 • MCHS Varisty and JV Basketball @ MCHS vs. East Jackson. JV begins at 4:15 p.m. and varsity at 6 p.m. • MCMS Basketball @ Loganville Middle School, 4:30 p.m. • MCHS JV Wrestling @ King of the Hill, Collins Hill High School, 5:00

MCMS Hoop Dogs stay busy before league tournament

By Leila Dycus intern The MCMS Basketball Bulldogs were busy this week, playing three games in five days. First, the Bulldogs took on Carver on the road. The rescheduled game was played on Monday Jan. 13. The girls took on Carver first, losing 24 to 32. For

Opinions on Maddux’ less-than-perfect HoF induction

Alvin Richardson, Columnist That Greg Maddux went into the Hall of Fame in an avalanche of votes was certainly no surprise. That he didn’t get everyone’s vote still perplexes me worse than trig did in high school. Both topics are as dark and mysterious as the Amazon

Pan-Demonium with Peter Pan

Council awards $600K drain water contract

Nick Nunn, Staff Writer The Madison City Council voted to award a construction contract in the amount of approximately $608,000 to Gary’s Grading & Pipeline Company, Inc., of Monroe, for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) drainage improvements. Madison City Manager David Nunn reminded that the CDBG is

Future Rutledge plans may include I-20 annexation

  By Nick Nunn staff writer Morgan County Attorney Christian Henry stated during the meeting that the bond proposition is “seemingly complex” but that the procedure is simply a “mechanism” through During the work session of the Rutledge City Council held on Saturday, Jan. 11, council members

NAACP celebrates Jubilee Day

St. Paul AME holds “Obamacare” forum

ByTia Lynn Lecorchick, Staff Writer St. Paul AME Church hosted an informational session to educate attendants on the changing landscape of healthcare on Friday, January 10. Open enrollment for Georgia’s Health Insurance Marketplace begins October 1 and ends March 31. Benjamin Harrison, the communications director for Sixth

Almost Home: Tucson woman’s cross country trek nearly complete

By Dianne Lively Yost, Staff Writer Eight and a half months ago her journey began. To be exact it was May 8 in a place on the Pacific coast called Ocean Shores, Wash. There was no car, no train, no plane, no one accompanying her — only