By Betty Moore, Columnist I send my sympathy to the McAllister family in the death of Bob. I know Grace from her working at Wal-Mart. I’ve known her for a number of years. Jo Marcum went to Dublin and carried several homemade cakes for a sale that
By Rachel Harper, Columnist That cold spell didn’t last long! It is actually hot and muggy this morning to me. The people in Illinois and out west need our prayers after having been hit with a tornado this past weekend. So sad. I have heard geese honking
By Rev. Donnie Compton, Columnist aThe book of Psalms is the greatest worship handbook ever compiled, the greatest hymnal ever penned, and the greatest collection of exhortations to worship ever assembled. The book of Psalms ends with this: Praise the Lord! Praise God in His sanctuary; Praise
By Willie Ann Johnson, Columnist The weather was damp and cool on Saturday and we had a great turnout at the Nursing Home. I thank God for blessing everyone that came far and near to be able to come and bring some joy to the residents. We
By Joellen Artz, Columnist The holidays are fast approaching. You can tell because the Rutledge gazebo is all decked out in festive lights, bows and garland and there’s a spectacular Christmas tree in the corner garden. Our treasured vintage Nativity Scene graces the City Park, shops and
By Leila Dycus, Staff Writer Leila Dycus Staff Writer he Morgan County Humane Society’s newest edition is working to keep dogs out of shelters and in their homes. “We truly want to support, through education, ways that people can help themselves and their dog,” said Linda
By Cathy Best, Columnist Thanks to my grandmothers, cool days and bright leaves put me in comfort food mode. There’s something about being in a warm kitchen on a cool evening that makes me happy. It’s no secret I love to cook. Whether it’s comfort food or
By Stephanie Hudak, Columnist A couple weeks ago I had some of my northern relatives come to visit me and they were shocked when I told them I would just be finishing planting the city containers. What, they asked, could I possibly be planting in “the winter”?
By Patrick Yost Editor After a short investigation and some “controlled buys,” a Lithonia man was arrested and charged with possessing and producing “boot leg” movies and music. Kevin Lanier Moore, 45, was arrested November 1 and charged with criminal reproduction and sale of recorded material and
By Tia Lynn Lecorchick Staff Writer The results are in for Morgan County Schools from the Georgia Accreditation Commission (GAC) accreditation visits during late October. All four schools were rated as “Accredited with Quality,” according to Superintendent Ralph Bennett. “That is the highest rate the GAC gives.