Former Madison resident Mark Kelly held a book signing for his new book “Gone Off With The Angels” at the Madison ChopHouse Grille Saturday, Oct. 26. Pictured are Becky Killian (left to right) Kelly and Connie Slate. Photo by Jesse Walker
The City of Rutledge hosted their annual Spooky Fall Fest last Saturday in the city’s downtown park. Among the festivities was a costume contest; here, the littlest contestants are being evaluated.
By Patrick Yost, EDITOR By Patrick Yost editor Two men have been arrested and charged with an armed robbery that occurred Friday, Oct. 25, at the Budget Inn motel. According to Madison Police Department reports, Brandon Lydell Gibbs, 29, Madison, and Norris Deon Evans, 29,
By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer At the Oct. 28 meeting of the Morgan Memorial Hospital Authority (MMHA), Kyle Wilkinson, chief financial officer (CFO) for Morgan Memorial Hospital (MMH), cited the hospital’s relatively low daily census of 15.4 patients per day in September as the reason for
By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer During the Oct. 22 meeting of the Joint Development Authority (JDA), the authority signed a resolution to sell 19 acres of land at more than $13,000 per acre to JC Flex, LLC for a total of more than $249,000. On Dec. 12,
By Patrick Yost, Editor By Patrick Yost editor A waitress and two other suspects have been arrested and charged with conspiracy after they allegedly arranged and facilitated the sale of $100 worth of marijuana to a customer, who happened to be a confidential informant for
By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer The Morgan County Planning Commission recommended the approval of a set of zoning ordinance amendments related to Historic Sites and Museums during their Oct. 24 regular meeting. Madison City Planner Bryce Jaeck stated that the proposed amendments arose from a “long discussion
By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer The Morgan County branch of the NAACP held their 43rd Annual Freedom Banquet at the Morgan County High School cafeteria on Saturday, Oct. 26. Elder Wayne Lumpkin gave the keynote speech on the theme of the banquet, “We shall not be moved.”
Nick Nunn, Citizen Columnist What’s the maddest you’ve ever been? Other than anger due to traffic, I’d like to think that I keep a pretty even keel in my everyday life. (Pause for the laughter of those that know me well.) I’m not an angry person. I
To the Editor: During Calvary Baptist Church’s 148 Church Anniversary and Family and Friends Day, Calvary honored Everett Royal as the Architectural Designer of their Baptismal. His contribution of materials and hands-on labor as well as his contributions to our community are a positive example of success.