By Andrea Gable & Photos By Josiah Connelly Beware: Halloween is not just for trick-or-treaters anymore. Shifting from a traditionally kid-centric holiday, Halloween has grown to provide just as much appeal for adults. For one night of the year the kid in all of us is able
By Stephanie Hudak, Columnist t’s not even winter and I’m talking about spring! Actually I’m talking about daffodils now because they need to be planted in the fall and we are quickly leaving that season. Even if you don’t like flowers or gardening, daffodils create such a
By Dr. Haley Lance, Columnist Each day I remind my patients about how sitting on their wallet can be adverse to the treatment of aligning their spine. It isn’t conducive to helping an adjustment hold. Most men understand when I say, “It’s jacking you up on one
By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer On Tuesday, Oct. 22, the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation announced its 2014 list of Places in Peril, and Madison’s Kolb Street House was one of the 10 structures listed. According to the Georgia Trust’s website, the Kolb Street house was built
LOST Distribution These are the allocations filed with the state DOR by Morgan County: Madison, 22 percent; Rutledge, 4 percent; Bostwick, 0.6 percent; Buckhead, 0.4 percent; and Morgan, 73 percent. By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer With only a few minutes remaining before the 4:30 p.m. deadline last Thursday, Oct.
By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer At the Oct. 17 meeting of the Morgan County Board of Elections and Registration (BOER), board members named the seven recently instituted voting precincts for Morgan County. Precinct 1, which covers commission district 1, will be called “Northeast Morgan.” Precinct 2, covering
By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer Timothy Smith, Rutledge resident, is running for Post 1 on Rutledge’s City Council, facing the current Post 1 representative, Bill Spann. Smith graduated from the University of Georgia in 1986 with a degree in statistics. After graduating from UGA, he worked for
By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer Bill Spann came to Rutledge relatively late in life in 1996, after retiring from 20-year careers in both the United States Air Force and AT&T. After retiring from the Air Force in 1968, Spann worked as a member of the Quality Control
By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer During a called meeting of the City of Madison Mayor and Council last Friday, Oct. 18, the council voted to approve a supplemental contract between the Municipal Gas Authority of Georgia (MGAG) and the City of Madison concerning the Stanton Springs joint
By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer During the Rutledge Mayor and City Council meeting on Monday, Oct. 21, Mayor Spencer Knight reminded those in attendance that the Morgan County Elementary School (MCES) Trick or Trot 5K and Fun Run would be taking place in Rutledge on Saturday, Oct.