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Law Enforcement: Oct. 24, 2013 edition

Madison Police Department On October 14 a burglary complaint was filed at an East Jefferson Street location after a man and woman reported that someone had entered their apartment and removed a 37-inch Phillips flat screen television, a silver 13-inch MacBook, Beat headphones, a black Xbox 360

Spooked! Paranormal investigation team and Haunted History tours look for spirits in Madison

By Leila Dycus, Intern Local legends, personal stories, historical backing and, now, the potential for paranormal evidence are aiding in the evolution of Haunted History Tours located in downtown Madison. On Saturday, Oct. 12, a group of eight investigators from East Georgia Paranormal (EGP) made their way

Momma! Add it to my Christmas list!

By Dianne Lively Yost Far out Momma! Listen! I’ve got Pandora on my groovy Paramahansa Yogananda Radio station – The perf atmospherics for gettin’ into our out-of-sight Hippie Halloween outfits! Love, love, love! Not war, man! Right on! Momma wants to be a RICH HIPPIE! I’m talkin’

City council votes to keep Bostwick’s LOST at 0.6 percent

By Leila Dycus, Intern The Bostwick City Council took up a Local Option Sales Tax (LOST) discussion at their meeting Oct. 16, and ended up approving Morgan County’s proposal of keeping the LOST rate as is through next year. Mayor John Bostwick opened the meeting with an

Turnaround: Dogs beat the East Jackson Eagles 38-19

MCHS Bulldogs vs. Franklin County Lions Friday, 7:30 p.m., 6570 Highway 145, Carnesville By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer The Morgan County High School (MCHS) Bulldogs beat region opponent, the East Jackson Eagles, 38-19 last Friday night at the MCHS Homecoming game. Morgan County’s record now stands at 5-2,

Franklin County (0-7) up next for Bulldogs

By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer Before Morgan County’s game against the East Jackson Eagles last Friday, Morgan County High School (MCHS) Head Football Coach Bill Malone hoped that the team would be able to get back on track after back-to-back losses against North Oconee and Elbert County.

Spike Dogs fall to War Eagles in state playoffs

By Leila Dycus, Intern Their Facebook page says it all: “A lot of blood, sweat, and tears were left on the court Wednesday evening as Woodward Academy took the court and the match in three games.” Morgan County High School’s (MCHS) varsity Spike Dogs traveled to Woodward


By Nick Nunn Last week, during the JV football team’s 18-0 victory over the East Jackson Eagles, it rained from the first buzzer to the last. The rain came in strong with a moderate wind at some points, and, at other times, it slowed to a heavy

Dogs lose in PAC heartbreaker

By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer The Morgan County Middle School (MCMS) football team lost their Piedmont Athletic Conference (PAC) game against the Youth Middle School Warriors on Wednesday, Oct. 16. The 7-8 loss ended the 2013 season for the Dogs, who had remained undefeated through the regular

MCHS competition cheerleaders gearing up for region meet Nov. 9

By Nick Nunn, Staff Writer Last Saturday, Oct. 19, the Morgan County High School (MCHS) competition cheerleading team competed in a meet at the Loganville High School, where they competed against region opponents, such as Hart County and Oconee County. MCHS Competition Cheerleading Coach Christen Seabolt said