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Put your hand up!

Fair and equal treatment under the law is a topic that has manifested itself in several ways over the last few weeks. I’m not going to enumerate them, frankly, because I don’t know I could broach some of the topics and be able to keep my big

Law Enforcement- Madison Police Department

On July 4 Willie Siouxast Hardge, 25, Social Circle, was arrested and charged with shoplifting. According to reports, a loss prevention manager at Wal Mart, Eatonton Road, said that at 11:55 p.m. he observed Hardge take six DVD movies from the electronics department and then he heard

Law Enforcement- Morgan County Sheriff’s Office

On July 5 an affray complaint was filed at a Fairplay Street, Rutledge, location. According to reports, a woman told officer that she was having a July Fourth celebration but that she and her boyfriend had begun to argue so she asked the participants to leave. Another

Travel writers drawn to Madison’s Historic District

By Tia Lynn Lecorchick staff writer The city of Madison experienced a wave of statewide publicity in the last week, with three separate tourism promotional projects taking place in town. “Our partnership with the state is an integral component of keeping our community on the ‘map’ as

4-H archers return after national tourney

By Nick Nunn staff writer The members of the Morgan County 4-H Archery team, who competed in the National 4-H Shooting Sports Invitational in Grand Island, Neb., from June 24 to June 29, are back home this week after representing the entire state of Georgia in the tournament.

Working holidays

I might seem a little strange in saying this – I’ve been accused of worse names, I’m sure – but I’m beginning to think that Independence Day is one of my favorite holidays. No, I don’t get any yearly gifts on July 4. It just seems like

MCHS Touchdown Club golf fundraiser set for July 18

By Nick Nunn staff writer The Sixth Annual Morgan County Touchdown Club Golf Tournament, held in memory of Bill Cochran, Jr., is set to take place next Friday, July 18, at the Creek at Hard Labor. The registration deadline for the tournament, which offers several entry and sponsorship

Volleyball begins preparing for the upcoming season

By Leila Dycus staff writer The Spike Dogs are back together again preparing for their fast approaching season through scrimmages and summer workouts. On Monday July 7 nine volleyball players traveled to Athens Academy to take on two teams in summer scrimmages. On Tuesday July 8 the

Calendar

Tuesdays & Wednesdays this month: • Creative Kids Day Camps – To be held at the Madison Artists Guild Gallery, 217 West Jefferson Street, Madison, GA.   We will play with a variety of creative, unique art projects including some exploration with free form dance and musical instruments (depending on space and weather). Ages 6 – 9  

Seems even small crowds make up a great service

So many of our congregation members are on vacation, or sick and our attendance was light on Sunday, but we did have many visitors including some from Canada. Seems even small crowds make up a great service. Thanks to all the visitors that came on Sunday. It