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Morgan County Matt Dogs that first place at Jr. Patriot Tournament

By Nick Nunn, Staff Editor By Nick Nunn staff writer The Morgan County Middle School (MCMS) wrestling team got their season off to a great start last week with victories over Oglethorpe County and Madison County on Wednesday, Nov. 6, and a team win at the Oglethorpe

Veterans Day Memorial Ceremony at MCHS

  By Tia Lynn Lecorchick, staff writer Morgan County High School hosted a Veterans Day Memorial Service on Nov. 11 to honor past and present servicemen and servicewomen. The auditorium was packed full with students, from kindergarten to high school seniors, teachers, community members, and local veterans


  Thursday, Nov. 14 • WyldLife Club meeting, 7:02 p.m. at the Young Life Barn. • “Dancing with Madison Stars,” a benefit for the Madison-Morgan County Boys & Girls Club, 7-10 p.m. at the Madison-Morgan Cultural Center. Friday, Nov. 15 • “Full Moon Carriage Ride,” 7-8 p.m. at Hard Labor Creek

Honoring Veterans Day: Centennial decks the halls for our Vets



    Clifford Clengmon Walker Cliff Walker, 86 of Buckhead, died November 10, 2013. He was born February 9, 1927 in Crawfordville to David and Mary Sosbee Walker. He grew up in Greene County. He was married to Betty Isbell on September 1, 1951. He was a

Great turnout for “Kuntry Fun Day”

By Margie Ward, Columnist Attendance Sunday morning was good, some people were out because of sickness, our prayer is they will all be better soon and will be able to be back with us. We welcome our visitors praying they will always be blessed and receive encouragement

Rutledge’s Back Door, Best Kept Secret

Rutledge News Frankie Beers, Columnist Hello again! Last time I wrote about Rutledge’s new face of our community – the front door, with the new diorama at the train depot. Now you need to know about our wonderful back door, one of Georgia’s best kept secrets, “Hard

Oh, the beauty of fall and fall leaves

By Mae Buice, Columnist Sorry,  I missed you last week. I just did not have anything new to tell you. I’ll try to make up for it this beautiful but sad Monday in November. Looking out side I can see a “sea” of leaves already been blown

“Show Hope” benefit concert at Perk Avenue this Saturday

By Rachel Harper, Columnist As I am starting my column on this Monday morning, I am first of all, so thankful for all the veterans of this great country.  Because of them we can  enjoy all the freedoms that we are all blessed with.  My great, great

What are your plans for this holiday season?

By The Rev. Donnie Compton, Columnist As we approach the Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons, it is a wonderful time to reflect on how God has blessed us. It has been a year that has brought the Centennial family much closer together. We have been seeking God to