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Attendance on Sunday morning was good. I know of some members out because of traveling to be with sick family members, others out due to working and sickness. Our prayers are for each one and all will be back soon. Several visitors were with us today. We

Singers at Buckhead Baptist church on April 13th

April 5! Well, the date is here for “Old Buckhead Day.” There will be the 5K-road race at 8 a.m. You may participate by getting in touch with ACTIVE.com. The price will be $25 at this time. At 10 a.m. the parade will be at the Buckhead

Fifth Sunday at Union Springs Baptist Church

Greetings from The Springs! I mentioned earlier in the month that The Springs would attend the Morgan County Ministers Union Annual Spring Revival which started on Wednesday, March 26th. The speaker was Pastor Tracy B. Wheeler of Greater Springfield Baptist Church in Atlanta, Ga. Rev. Wheeler was

Community Connection

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines community as “a group of people who live in the same area.”  You could also say that a community is a group of neighbors. When I was a kid growing up in Elberton, we had neighbors that were more like family. Our backyards

First of the summer concerts begins this Saturday

First of all let me begin by apologizing to Monaray. I forgot to call last week and I’m so sorry. You might just cut my pay! In fact, I’ll let you. It’s a beautiful day but still a little windy. Hopefully spring weather is just around the

“Fiddler” comes to Madison

By Tia Leorchick staff writer The Madison Community Theater is put on three performances of the classic play, Fiddler on the Roof, last weekend at the Morgan County High School Auditorium for $5 per ticket. Kathleen Bryant, artistic director of the Madison Community Theater, was pleased with

BOYFRIEND CHARGED

By Patrick Yost editor When 21–year-old Donald Justin Lee shuffled into the Morgan County Magistrate Court at the Morgan Public Safety Center, his feet and legs shackled, he was crying. Just moments before Morgan County Sheriff Robert Markley escorted Lee into the courtroom for a brief arraignment

Planning board to hear zoo request

By Leila Dycus intern The Morgan County Planning Commission met for a work session on Friday, March 21, to discuss two applications related to relocating the zoo that is being planned for Morgan County. Chuck Jarrell presented the first request from Mike Conrads to rezone three parcels

City seeks $200k for Pearl Street

By Nick Nunn staff writer The Madison City Council voted in favor of a resolution to submit an application for a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) for neighborhood revitalization. The application will list eight dilapidated or substandard properties on Madison’s Pearl Street that will receive rehabilitation funds

Congressman recognizes Reidlinger

By Tia Lyn Lecorchick staff writer Paul Broun, the Republican U.S Representative for Georgia’s 10th Congressional District, presented Dillon Riedlinger, a 17-year-old Morgan County High School (MCHS) senior, with a special certificate of recognition for his acceptance into United States Military Academy (USMA) at West Point in