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Busy Wrestlers Prove Who They Are

Leila Dycus Staff Writer The past four weeks have been a grueling test of love for the Morgan County High School (MCHS) wrestlers, a summer team program. They proved their love for the sport and their commitment to it, while juggling a packed schedule. The Morgan County

Dispatches from Oregon

If you’ve noticed the peculiar absence of my name in the bylines this week, it’s because – once again – I’m on vacation in Oregon, celebrating a few peaceful days of freedom before I head back home and get to the grind. It has been interesting to

Summer Football is Back

Leila Dycus Staff Writer Morgan County High School (MCHS)Bulldogs football hit the field this week as they competed in their first seven-on-seven game, taking on Jefferson County and Greene County. “It’s a chance for our kids to play against someone else. It breaks the monotony of what

Cheerleading Camp Brings Team Together

Leila Dycus Staff Writer Just like a puzzle being put together the Morgan County Middle School (MCMS) cheerleading squads began piecing together their routines at last week’s camp. “If I had to sum it up, it’s a commitment by the coaches and a commitment by all team

Brazil isn’t the Only Place for Soccer

Leila Dycus Staff Writer Brazil isn’t the only place for soccer right now. This week, young soccer players from around the county are taking part in a summer camp. “It helps develop players. We focus on developing basic fundamentals and knowledge of the game so that they

Six local community members receive accolades for Making a Difference

By Tia Lynn Lecorchick staff writer The Madison-Morgan Chamber of Commerce (MMCC) held its annual meeting on Jun. 12 at the James Madison Inn Conference Center to distribute this year’s awards to six local community members making a difference in Morgan County. categories: small business, hospitality, restaurant,

Calendar

Thursday, June 12 • Madison AA meetings every Sunday and Thursday Call (706-318-1551) for more information. Friday, June 13 • ‘Bringing Home Canadian Gold’ at the Madison Morgan Cultural Center at 7:30 p.m. For more information call (706) 342-4743. Saturday, June 14 • Music in the Park from

“Golden Oldies” this Friday night

Good day to you on this beautiful morning. I couldn’t ask for anything better other than we could use a little rain. Some areas have had plenty but it seems to just skip over this area. With a good attendance on Sunday, good sermon, singing, fellowship, it

The ferry at Parks Mill in 1943

The Buckhead Baptist Church had a good fellowship last Monday night. They had an enjoyable time. The Lake Oconee Baptist Church had movie night Sunday. Before they had hot dogs with the entire trimming. Was not given the name of the movie but I was told that

Adversity Proves Integrity

Greetings from The Springs! The youth of USBC did a fantastic job with the play, “The Resume of Jesus Christ,” which was performed on Friday, June 6 at 7 p.m. All of the cast members were recognized during the morning worship service and applauded for their diligent