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Neeth S. Baurose

Neeth S. Baurose passed away peacefully August 11, 2013 after suffering a stroke on August 6, 2013. She was blessed to be surrounded by her family. She was preceded in death by her husband Erik Baurose. They spent many happy years together actively involved in the Madison

Roy L. Huff

Roy Lee Huff, 93, of Monroe, died August 6, 2013. He was born in Greene County on November 29, 1919 to the late Lavonia Ann Nelms Huff and the late Willie Lee Huff. Surviving are: daughters and sons-in-law, Gwen and Gerald Thompson of Madison, Harriette and Paul

Cathy Best on “From apricots to Bernice sauce”

By Cathy Best As a newborn, what little hair I had was apricot colored and fuzzy; my daddy nicknamed me Apricot. Thus began a long litany of variations: Percots, Cotsie Boo Boo, and Cotsie. Eventually, he landed on Cots. To this day, daddy is the only soul

Revival 2013

  By T. Adrienne Terrell Greetings from The Springs. Our Revival week was more than awesome. Prophet Frederick Earl Collins, from Birmingham, Ala., brought The Word each night and much more. Several ministers attended including Pastor Billingsley, Pastor Vincent Casey, Pastor Marshall Baugh, Pastor Hoke Smith, Pastor

“What is God’s will for our lives?”

By Margie Ward Sunday morning attendance was good, some members back after being out for a while due to sickness. So glad they are feeling much better. God answers prayers. Visitors were once again in our service. We always let them know they are welcome to our

Bulls get loose on Shake Rag Road

By Betty Moore It seems that news has all but dried up. I waited until afternoon to call some people. Then there was a thunderstorm. So I could not call. So here’s what little that I have. The Buckhead Baptist Church is in preparation for their revival

Centennial Baptist Church’s AWANA Children’s Ministry kicks off Wednesday, Sept. 4

By David and Debbie Ingalsbe We are excited to be the new Awana Commanders at Centennial Baptist Church! We know we have been called of God to lead and minister in this outreach ministry. We would count it a privilege and blessing to have your child be

Remembering the City of Rutledge, then and now

By Joellen Artz “Through the eyes of the casual visitor, Rutledge seems to be the small, quiet town described in many a novel. The residential streets are shaded by canopies of massive oaks and elms. The houses appear to have been freshly painted and well-maintained. While the

Start of school a “bittersweet moment”

By Rachel Harper School started this past week and that is a bittersweet moment, too, for parents and even for grandparents. Especially if you have a child that is just beginning school or will be a senior. Life is made of milestones and I for one have

“Time waits for no one”

By Mae Buice Hey, did I understand the weatherman to say more showers all this week? We need a little and thankful for every drop, but we don’t need any floods. Neighbors throughout Georgia have had terrible floods. Pray we don’t get that much. The summer days