By Leila Dycus staff writer A season of hard work calminated in a celebration as the MCHS soccer teams gathered for their end of the year banquet. On Wednesday May 14 the Morgan County Varsity soccer teams came together to celebrate a year of achievements. The evening
By Nick Nunn staff writer Morgan County High School (MCHS) has earned the Region 8-AAA Sportsmanship Award for the 2013-2014 season, marking the second year in a row Morgan County has won the award. “This is a tremendous honor for our county because it reflects, not only
Check out this week’s paper for the Class of 2014 Graduation Supplement.
Leila Dycus staff writer Nothing says summer has arrived like a night of dancing under the stars in Town Park even a chilly forecast couldn’t keep Morgan County residents out of the park. On Friday, May 16 people poured into Town Park for the annual Downtown Dance.
Thursday, May 22 • Madison AA meetings every Sunday and Thursday Call (706-318-1551) for more information. • East Side Scottish Rite Association will meet at 6p.m. at Pa-pa’s Restaurant at Salem Road (Northwest corner of Hwy 138 and Salem Road.) For further directions call 770-922-6591. A buffet dinner will
By Tia Lynn Lecorchick staff writer The Farm to School Pilot Program, a collaborative effort to bring local, healthier food to Morgan County public schools, debuted on May 13 at the Morgan County Middle School. According to Chris McCauley, executive director of the Madison-Morgan Conservancy, the new
By Tia Lynn Lecorchick staff writer The Shepeard Blood Center held a blood drive and free community cookout at Morgan Memorial Hospital (MMH) in honor of Hospital Week, a nationally-recognized appreciation week for healthcare workers, on May 14. Shepeard grilled hamburgers and hotdogs for all donors and
The town is set to begin filming at night. Chairs are overturned as chaos strikes. Onlookers watch as a scene is being set up. The street is closed as the production crew of ‘Goosebumps’ begins to roll the camera. Lead actor Jack Black on the scene.
Greetings from The Springs! I know. You thought that I was finished announcing our college graduates, but there is one more. Jessica Bonet Hester will graduate from Truett-McConnell College with a degree in Psychology and a minor in Great Commissions. Commencement exercises will take place on Saturday,
Dottie Saffold is in the hospital at Madison. She was last week and this week. I hope that you will be better very soon Dottie! The Buckhead Baptist Church honored the graduates Sunday in the service. There were the pictures of the lives of each one shown.