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Church Homecoming, a favorite event, planned for July 28

    Sugar Creek News By Mae Buice Good Monday morning to you on this beautiful sun-shiney day. So thankful for another day to be able to get up and place my feet on the floor. How great is our God. What a beautiful place the Lord

“It’s amazing what prayer can do”

  Brownwood News By Margie Ward Sunday worship attendance was good, could have been better. Some were out due to sickness, work etc. We had several visitors, thank you for coming. Our visitors always add so much to our service hope you were blessed and encouraged by

Columnist: “Praise Him in advance”

Union Springs News By T. Adrienne Terrell Greetings from The Springs. I have to tell you a spirit of revival has overtaken our church and I wish that those who have not experienced it could come and see for themselves. It started about four weeks ago and

Huckleberry Finn-themed birthday water park!

Buckhead News By Linda Lovett Editor’s Note:  Buckhead News is written by Linda Lovett this week in place of Betty Moore’s news. It’s summertime on Lake Oconee. Two young brothers are celebrating their birthdays. Whatever shall their grandparents, Linda and Jason Lovett give them? How about a

Life can be complicated… God’s love isn’t! Centennial Baptist Church prepares to host One-Day Revival with Evangelist Jon Reed on Sunday, July 28; Reed to preach during the 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. services

Centennial News By Rev. Donnie Compton I recently received a card from someone who has always been a great encourager to me. The card-quoted portions of Jeremiah 31-3-4: “I have loved you with an everlasting love… I will build you up again.” What an encouraging Word! The

Turning 2: Humane Society of Morgan County celebrates two years in Fairground Road facility

By Kathryn Schiliro Managing Editor The Humane Society of Morgan County marked two years in their Fairground Road, Madison facility with an adopt-a-thon and celebration last Saturday. About 50 people attended the event, and one puppy, one dog, one older cat and a pair of kittens were

Why is good mental health important?

By Jennifer Smith I have spent the past couple of weeks doing my yearly check-ups. I had blood work done, and a couple of regular tests that women my age do every year. Earlier this year, I had the lovely test done that involves beginning drinking a

Council approves Town Walk PRD

By Stephanie Johns Staff Writer During their meeting Monday, July 8, the Madison City Council unanimously approved a zoning map amendment for a Planned Residential District (PRD) for properties along Town Walk Circle. Council members heard details about the request from City Planner Bryce Jaeck regarding the

Business could be fined $62,300 by OSHA

By Stephanie Johns Staff Writer Rutledge-based Supermarket Equipment Sales (SES) received a citation from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) as well as proposed penalties totaling $62,300. As noted in an OSHA press release, the company received the citation “for 17 safety

BOE considering $26.5M-plus proposed budget: Could go to rollback rate of 18.213

By Kathryn Schiliro Managing Editor Local school system administration expects the system will spend near $26.6 million in fiscal year (FY) 2014, an expenditure projection the county Board of Education (BOE) unanimously approved for advertisement at their meeting Monday night. This is a $494,000 decrease from last