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The Sports Desk: Flurried

By Nick Nunn, Columnist Last Tuesday, in a desperate attempt to find a good picture of the winter precipitation for the front page, Patrick and I cruised around town and look for anything remotely resembling a winter landscape. The problem was that it was only three or

Mat Dogs secure 1-AAA championship, send 10 MCHS wrestlers on to Eastern Sectionals

By Nick Nunn staff writer The Morgan County High School (MCHS) Mat Dogs topped the 15-school pile at the 1-AAA Region traditional tournament this past weekend at the MCHS gym. In addition to earning the top spot in the region, 10 individual Morgan County wresters finished in

Dogs to last region games after losses to Buford

By Nick Nunn staff writer The Buford Wolves avenged early-season losses against the Morgan County basketball teams with wins in Buford this past Saturday, Feb. 1. With only two region opponents left to face this week, the Morgan County varsity basketball teams are quickly approaching the postseason,

Sports Calendar

Friday, Feb. 7 • MCHS Varsity and JV Basketball @ Franklin County. JV begins at 4:15 p.m. and varsity begins at 7 p.m. • MCHS Swim Team @ State Meet, Georgia Tech. Time TBA. Saturday, Feb. 8 • MCHS Varsity Wrestling @ 1-AAA Eastern Sectionals Tournament, 9:00

Van Orden signs scholarship

By Leila Dycus intern Laree Van Orden has accepted a full-ride scholarship to Gulf Coastal where she will join a team of elite softball players. Van Orden played three years of high school softball for the Morgan County Bulldogs. She has also played on numerous travel teams

MCMS boys advance after PAC “Super Saturday”

  By Leila Dycus Intern It’s a weekend the middle school basketball teams have been working towards all season: the Piedmont Conference Basketball Tournament. The stands were packed with supporters from the area, all there to cheer on their respective teams. First up were the boys, after

Flambeau adding 100 new jobs at Madison Manufacturing Site

By Patrick Yost editor Flambeau Inc announced Monday that it would immediately add approximately 100 new jobs to its Atlanta Highway manufacturing site. According to Gene Luepkes, operations manager, the injection molded manufacturing plant has secured several new lines of components and is adding machinery from a

Former Morgan County Resident Covers Olympics

By Tia Lynn Leorchick staff writer Kevin Liles, a photographer based out of Griffin, is halfway across the world preparing to cover the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia for USA Today Sports Images. The opening ceremony will commence on Feb. 7 and the Olympics will last

Local Celebrity Junior Rogers Celebrated his 74th Birthday

Obituaries: David Glenn Keener

David Glenn Keener, 85, a resident of Madison entered his heavenly home January 28, 2014 from Covington. He was born to William H. and N. Bernice Keener on April 12, 1928 in Arnold, Penn. He was born again at the age 10. After graduating from New Kensington