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The Boss

By Nick Nunn We’ve all had bosses that we don’t like and don’t respect in the least. However, the one thing about a boss is, while you’re at work, you just have to listen to them. …as long as you want to keep your job, that is.

Going to war to save face

By Fred Johnson President Obama declared a year ago that if Syria used chemical weapons they would be crossing a “red line” and it would be a “game changer.” After it seemed that Syria had crossed his red line, President Obama declared he was going to bypass

Morin: “No Country for Assad’s Men”

By Greg Morin On August 31 President Obama revealed (http://goo.gl/JfHvy8) to the world that when it comes to executive decision-making he has apparently taken a page from the book used by President Bush. Just as Bush justified interventionism in the economy by proclaiming that he must “abandon

“True love” found

To the Editor: If you think you know the love of Christ, try again. My husband and I, originally from Georgia, had moved to Florida, staying 15 years. Getting older, my husband remarked that he really should move back closer to his children to be around them

Madison City Council approves three $8,000 tourism grant contracts

City council also addressed: Alcohol server certification course through Rserving.com; building of a skateboard park; recent crosswalk accident By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer During the regular meeting of the Madison City Council on Sept. 9, the Council approved tourism grants in the amount of $8,000 a piece to

BOC approves Georgia Emergency Management Agency agreement

By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer The Morgan County Board of Commissioners (BOC) approved the 2013 Performance Partnership Agreement between the Georgia Emergency Management Agency-Homeland Security (GEMA-HS) and Morgan County. The agreement states that GEMA-HS agrees to provide state and federal resources “in response to major emergencies and

Free flu vaccines for local students

By Kathryn Schiliro, Managing Editor Morgan County School System students will have the opportunity to receive flu vaccines free of charge this fall. In partnership with the Northeast Georgia Health District and the Morgan County Health Department (MCHD), students will be administered a vaccine – either through a

Chevron in Buckhead targeted by burglars: Burglars knock a hole in brick wall to gain entry, open ATM and safe

By Patrick Yost, Editor Early morning burglars entered the Buckhead Chevron last Wednesday by knocking a hole in a brick wall and opened both an ATM machine and a safe before fleeing. According to Morgan County Sheriff’s Office reports, someone knocked open a large hole through an

Law Enforcement: Sept. 12, 2013 edition

Morgan County Sheriff’s Office On September 6 a warrant was issued for the arrest of Erice Jermaine Williams, 17, Madison. According to reports, Williams was observed at a Morgan County High School football game. A deputy stated that Williams has been banned from all Morgan County Board

Concealed weapon leads to police busting up “Salad Patch” party: Officers find Ruger P95 9mm pistol, marijuana on suspect; party-goer chucks bottle at police

By Patrick Yost, Editor A late night party at the “Salad Patch” building on East Washington Street turned violent after a security guard wrestled with a man with a concealed pistol. According to Morgan County Sheriff’s Office reports, Johnathon Rakesh Ruff, 29, Eatonton, was arrested and charged