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6-3 Dogs are battling for playoff spot

By Nick Nunn By Nick Nunn staff writer This Friday, Nov. 8, in Jefferson, the Morgan County High School (MCHS) Bulldogs will battle the Jackson County Panthers for the fourth-ranked spot in 8-AAA and a place in the state playoffs. Although the Dogs still have a chance

MCHS Cheerleaders take second place at Oconee competition

By Nick Nunn By Nick Nunn staff writer The Morgan County High School (MCHS) competition cheerleading team took second place at Oconee County High School’s cheerleading competition last Saturday, Nov. 2. The MCHS cheerleading team is gearing up for their region meet, which is set to take

MCHS Cross Country Season Ends At Region Meet

Junior Jeremy Craft led the Morgan County High School cross country team, Photo by Josiah Connelly By Nick Nunn By Nick Nunn staff writer The Morgan County High School (MCHS) cross country teams competed in the 8-AAA Region meet on Thursday, Oct. 31 to finish the 2013

A Sunny Day In Cotton Country

Young farmer waves to the crowd. By Nick Nunn By Nick Nunn staff writer he city of Bostwick could not have asked for a more pleasant day to hold their 24th Annual Cotton Gin Festival this past Saturday, Nov. 2. More visitors made their way to the


Thursday, Nov. 7 • Please join the Madison Artists Guild for the opening of MAG’s XLG Show, “Vessels and Views,” at Town 220 Restaurant & Gallery from 6-8 p.m. The public is invited to meet the artists, share a glass of wine, and enjoy light refreshments. Landscape


Holland Studdard Adams Holland Adams, 76 of Rutledge, died November 3,2013. He was born in Social Circle on May 22, 1937 to Ralph David Adams and Eula Pearl Studdard Adams. He was retired from General Motors. Mr. Adams was a member of Social Circle First Baptist Church.

Trick or Trot and Trunk or Treat

By Tim Ferguson, Columnist Rutledge, what a great place to live. There are lots of events going on in this community. Saturday, October 26, two exciting, fun and meaningful events took place in Rutledge. The first event, which took place in the morning, was the Trick or

God Would Rather Die Than be Without You

By T. Adrienne Terrell, Columnist Greetings from The Springs! Sometimes I think that I should change the opening address for this article. I am a creature of habit, though. Also, I must say that it is such an honor for me to have the opportunity to address

Celebrating Veteran’s Day – Is One Day Enough?

By Tim Reed, Columnist Veteran’s Day – Celebrated as a national holiday, one day a year, in honor of our Veterans who have served to defend the rights and freedom of this country.  One day each year.  One day.  Is one day enough?  Whether it is or isn’t, we should take this day to thank our Veterans

Brownwood’s “Kuntry Fun” Saturday, Nov. 9

By Margie Ward, Columnist Sunday morning attendance was good; we had some members back after being out for surgery, sickness, etc. We missed regular members that were out for different reasons. Visitors were again present for service today; we always pray they will receive a blessing by