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I’ve got a tip that will change your life . . .

Last week I touched on a handful of stories concerning police and civilian interaction that ended in tragedy. This week I’d like to focus on a story that should serve as a wake up call to anyone who has ever thought “not my problem” because “that stuff

Wages per Perdue

Last week, Senate candidates Michelle Nunn and David Perdue had the opportunity to question each other at the Perry candidates debates. One notable exchange concerned the minimum wage The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported that Michelle Nunn posed the following question to Perdue: “David, I’ve said on the

Your Letters

Rec Department Movie Picnic A Great Family Event To the Editor: We want to say thank you to the Morgan Co. Rec. Department for the free family movie event this past weekend!!  It was great!!!  You can’t beat a night that is fun for the entire family! 

Loss of Trust in Federal Agencies

By Fred Johnson, Columnist We have already learned that we cannot trust the IRS whose head pleaded the fifth and who claims e-mails subpoenaed by Congress have disappeared. We have learned that we cannot trust the Veterans Administration who destroyed records of long wait times for veterans

Conservancy’s Greenprint Ramble Is This Saturday

By Jamison Hooks staff writer The Madison-Morgan Conservancy is sponsoring a Greenprint Ramble that will take Morgan County residents and visitors on a guided tour of the historic area. The Greenprint Ramble will take place on Saturday Oct. 18 from 2-5 pm. This year, ramblers will have

Morgan County Landmarks Society To Meet Sunday

Special to the Citizen The Morgan County Landmarks Society invites all interested persons to celebrate Georgia Archives Month and come hear Tommy Gregors, Executive Director of the Thronateeska Heritage Center, (THC) speak about collecting, preserving, and accessing historic documents and artifacts. The THC created the South Georgia

Law Enforcement: Madison Police Department

  On October 12 Taranda Hulsey, 27, Sparta, was cited for disorderly conduct. According to reports, Hulsey allegedly threatened a 15-year-old female at a Micha Way apartment. Reports state that the juvenile alleged that Hulsey threatened to kill two of her family members and then walked to

Law Enforcement: Morgan County Sheriff’s Office

On October 13 a counterfeit currency complaint was filed at Morgan County High School. According to reports, a member of the Morgan County Air Force Junior ROTC reported that while the members had collected money for the “Wounded Warrior Project,” he noticed that one of the $10

Lions Club Fair Comes to Madison

By Tia Lynn Lecorchick Managing Editor The Lions Club sponsored a five-day Fall fair last week at the Morgan County Fairgrounds behind Wal-Mart. The event was well attended and raised a good bit of money to fund the Lions Club’s charity programs. The total amount raised has

The NAACP to host the 44th Annual Freedom Fund Banquet

By Rev. Charles White jr. The Morgan County Branch of the NAACP 44th Annual Freedom Fund Banquet will be held on Saturday, October 25 at 6:30 p.m. This event will take place at the Morgan County High School Cafeteria located on 1231 College Drive, Madison, Georgia. We