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Art Camp at the Cultural Center

By Tia Lynn Lecorchick staff writer The Madison-Morgan Cultural Center’s (MMCC) Meet the Masters summer art camp started on June 9 and will run through June 20. The classes were designed by Leslie Ryals, an art teacher at the primary school. Ryals has 10 years teaching experience

“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

Neighbors and Friends

I have always been told that there is a clear way to tell whether a person needs encouragement. If they are breathing. My wife and I recently visited with a young couple that needed a little encouragement in life and in their ministry. This is one of

Revival at Antioch Baptist Church June 15-18

Bruce and I along with Mama and Daddy (Blanche and Jake Wilson) got away for a few days last week and went up to Maggie Valley, NC for a few days.  It was good weather and sort of cool and cloudy most days.  We were hunting something

It is better to be faithful than to be famous

Our Sunday morning attendance was good even though several were out for different reasons. Visitors were present, they always bless us with their presence, we hope they were in some way blessed also and will continue to be with us as they follow God’s leadership. Our prayers

The filming of SELMA

By Tia Lynn Lecorchick staff writer The upcoming motion picture, Selma, a civil rights drama to be released next year, filmed scenes in Rutledge this week on June 9-10 at the Rutledge Baptist Church and old jailhouse. “It’s like we are making history all over again,” said

Remembering Maya Angelou

  By Al Dickerman, Columnist   How I came to read the book ‘Why The Caged Bird Sings,’ I do not remember.  What I do remember is the impact it had on my life.  Never before had I felt the overpowering need to meet the author of

Lee indicted in child’s death

By Patrick Yost editor A Morgan County Grand Jury Tuesday indicted Donald Justin Lee, 21, for the March killing of 9–month–old Brantley Garrett Farmer. The grand jury returned indictments on one count of murder, three counts felony murder, one count cruelty to children in the first degree,