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MCHS Coach William James (Bill) Corry Has Died

William James (Bill) Corry, 89 of Madison, Ga, passed away August 22, 2014. Born May 27, 1925 in Union Point, GA, he was the son of the late William Joshua Corry and Velma McKinley Corry. He was preceded in death by two sisters, Julia Corry Kendrick and

Morgan County Sheriff’s Office

On August 18 a criminal trespass complaint was filed at a Reese Road location. According to reports, a man said he found a white Crown Victoria parked in his driveway. Reports state that the engine compartment was still warm but a search for a driver was unsuccessful.

Madison Police Department

On August 15 a fraud (impersonation) complaint was filed at a Green Meadows Drive location. According to reports, an 81-year-old woman was told by her bank that someone had used her identification to have a GE Capitol Card issued and that the card had been used at

Whidby Jewelers football promotion!

By Dianne Lively Yost Columnist Momma’s flat ready for football y’all! She’s changin’ into her ballgame outfit right now so I can see how flat fab it is! What the? Momma! Why in the Sam Hill are you wearin’ a football jersey that’s half Georgia Bulldog and

READY TO PLAY: Bulldogs Dominate Over Athens Christian

Leila Dycus Staff Writer Football season is getting closer every day but before the Bulldog’s opener against Jones County they took part in another scrimmage against Athens Christian last Thursday. The Bulldog team that came to the field on Thursday August 14 was strong proving that they

Volleyball Kicks off Season at Home

Leila Dycus Staff Writer After only one week of practice as a team the Morgan County High School (MCHS) Spike Dogs opened their season at home last Tuesday. “We had a great home crowd,” said Varsity Volleyball Coach Pete Busenitz. “They really helped us out.” On Tuesday

Big Break participants announced

Special to the Citizen Golf Channel today announced the field of 40 former ‘Big Break’ competitors who will go head-to-head in full tournament conditions for the first time this fall at the inaugural Big Break Invitational Reynolds Plantation, a four-day invitational tournament airing live Tuesday, Sept. 30

Lady Dogs Softball Makes History with Second Place Finish

Leila Dycus Staff Writer The Lady Dogs start their season off strong with a second place finish in the Madison County Leadoff Classic last week. The Varsity Lady Dogs softball team began their season Tuesday August 14 with a game against Hart County. The game was not

Roboride Bike Giveway

By Jamison Hooks To kick off their upcoming cycling fundraiser, called Roboride 2014, The Morgan County High School Robotics team presented a new bicycle to a member of the Boys and Girls Club. Fourth-Grader Cailyn Franklin, who will be celebrating her ninth birthday on August 22, was

Rutledge Concert Series brings Two Artists Back

Leila Dycus Staff Writer For the past 10 weeks the Rutledge Gazebo has been jamming out with various artists- this week the summer concert series featured two artist that have graced the stage in previous weeks. “I want to thank everyone for coming out to last week’s