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Rev. Butler begins revival with message, “The Lost Love”

By Margie Ward Sunday morning attendance was down for our first Revival service. We pray for all who weren’t present today maybe they will be back soon. We were pleased to have visitors again to come and be with us. Our prayers are for them that they

Dean Strange coming home!

By Betty Moore Praise God! Dean Strange is coming home on Tuesday of this week! God has brought him a long way and he has yet a long way to go. But he has progressed enough to stand up and take one step or two with the

“Dedicate your temple as a House of Prayer”

By T. Adrienne Terrell Greetings from The Springs! Let’s get things started by telling you about the fantastic Choir Extravaganza held on last Saturday night. Dr. Kathy Hubbard organized a great line up of the best solo and group talents around in this area. Bro. Anthony Williams

HSMC to host “Catsby” Howl-o-Ween Pawty Oct. 31

By Leila Dycus, Intern People and pets are coming together to plan the Humane Society of Morgan County’s (HSMC) Howl-O-Ween Pawty, set for the end of the month. “That’s why a fundraiser of this sort is not only for the community to understand we not only help

Madison seen! The Georgia Trust brings its Fall Ramble, and about 600 people, to Morgan County last weekend

By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation held its Fall Ramble, titled “Madison Unseen,” in Madison and Morgan County last weekend. The Georgia Trust, one of the country’s largest nonprofit preservation organizations, host two Rambles each year in different cities around Georgia. The

Misunderstanding about “leaky gut”

By Dr. Haley Lance Leaky gut – also known as “intestinal permeability” – is a fast becoming a popular buzzword in healthcare circles these days. Yet, while the term is being used with increased regularity, there is still a general misunderstanding about exactly what leaky gut is

County commission: $160k-plus milling project?

By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer The Morgan County Board of Commissioners (BOC) discussed a plan to mill roads at Grayson Pointe and Morgan Estates for a total of more than $164,000. After discussion, the matter was placed on the agenda for the Oct. 3 BOC meeting. According

Bostwick cell tower passes Planning Commission

About the Tower Intersection of Highway 83 and Hardeman Mill Road American Tower Corporation will construct and own the 195-foot monopole tower American Tower owns 50-60 percent of the county’s existing towers By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer The Morgan County Planning Commission held their regular meeting last

James Bratcher, Joellen Artz to square off in election: Bratcher has experience on city council

By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer James Bratcher has been a resident of Rutledge for over 20 years. In 1990, he built a home for himself and his wife, Linda, and, for the past eight years, Bratcher has served as a member of the Rutledge City Council. Bratcher

James Bratcher, Joellen Artz to square off in election: Artz disapproves of Rutledge’s management

By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer As a Rutledge resident since spring of 2004 and the owner of Lily Beth’s, a general store and home decor shop in downtown Rutledge, Joellen Artz said that she has gotten a good chance to “see a lot of what is going