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Dedicated to the memory of Lois Harper

  Rutledge News By Betty Edwards When Joellen Artz asked me a few weeks ago if I would submit a news article to the Citizen, I immediately thought it would be nice to write a column in honor of Mama. Writing a weekly column was a suitable

Columnist returns from trip out West to Colorado to see a graduation

Buckhead News By Betty Moore I have just returned from Denver. I went with my daughter Linda Moore Kincaid and her husband Bill to see her graduate from the University of Colorado with an Executive MBA degree. While she was in class Thursday and Friday Bill and

Master Gardeners’ meeting Aug. 5 to feature Crystal Organic Farm

Madison News By Monaray Powers Morgan County Master Gardeners will meet at 5 p.m., Aug. 5 at the County Extension Office, 440 Hancock Street. Call 706-342-1206. The program will be Crystal Organic Farm, which was started 20 years ago by Helen Dumba and her son Nichola Donck.

Terry Stutes and Family to provide music at Homecoming Aug. 4

Brownwood News By Margie Ward Our Sunday morning attendance was good we did have some members out due to sickness and we missed them all. We hope they will all be well soon and back in church. We were blessed again this day with visitors present, so

Rain doesn’t stop outdoor wedding of Matt Hensley and Hannah Crook

TriBee News By Rachel Harper The weather forecasts call for rain right on through this week; it is really unreal, isn’t it?! It is a real job keeping up with lawn mowing and all the weeding. I can remember some summers when it seemed like I didn’t

Time changed for Homecoming next week

Sugar Creek News By Mae Buice Another beautiful summer day is in store for this Monday and good day to each of you and I trust you had a great weekend. I did, but to me every day is a great day to me. That means I’m

Succulents: A rainbow of foliage and intriguing textures

By Stephanie Hudak I know I’ve told you that my “favorite” plants are grasses, and then I told you my “favorite” plants were hostas and ferns, so now if I tell you my “favorite” plants are succulents, you will wonder if my nose is growing longer. No,

Columnist: Do you need encouraging today?

Centennial News By Rev. Donnie Compton “God’s sovereignty is first painful, then slowly powerful, and over much time seen to be profitable. It is to be studied with great sensitivity for the experience of others and deep reverence for the One who controls the outcomes of every

New space, new faces: Morgan County High School opens the doors of its $2.94M-plus, new classroom building, to house Freshman Academy, to incoming ninth graders this school year.

  By Kathryn Schiliro Managing Editor Morgan County High School’s (MCHS) incoming freshmen will be treated to new digs come August, as the school will open the doors of its new classroom building, which will house the Freshman Academy, this school year. The building is 25,000 square

Teen allegedly shoots a man after dice game goes wrong: Officers confiscate cash, dice, bullet upon arrest

By Patrick Yost Editor A 16-year-old Madison teen remains detained at the Sandersville Youth Detention Center after allegedly shooting a man three times during an argument over a dice game. According to Carl Jones, assistant police chief, Madison Police Department, Raymond Coats, Jr., 27, Madison, was shot