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Sugar Creek News: Happy to hear Monaray is home & well

I am happy to hear that Monaray is home and doing well. I pray she’ll be back to her day to day activities soon. Girl, we miss you! I had a nice weekend. The singing program is always good,  as is the preaching service. Using Colossians 2:

Buckhead News: Fall Festival Buckhead Baptist Church Oct. 29

I send my sympathy to the family of Thomas Maughon who passed away. He is survived by his wife Carol and two daughters and a son. They moved here in 1989 from Walton County. Jo Anne Bryant is in the hospital in Athens. I hope that she

Madison Best of the Best: Preservation worthy Biscuits

  Last weekend, the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation rambled through Plains and Americus. I caught up with the fall ramble, in Americus Sunday morning, just in time for brunch. There’s a lot to share about the day, and I’ll cover it, like butter on a biscuit,

Centennial News: What is Faith

Dr. Michael Stovall, Columnist One of my good friends is not a Believer, yet. He and I have gotten to be pretty good friends over the last several years. We have had all kinds of conversations about life. I have had multiple opportunities to share the gospel of Jesus

Brownwood News: A Christian bears a cross

Margie Ward, Columnist On Sunday morning attendance was good for worship service, we missed our regular members that were out today hoping they will be back soon, we were blessed by having several of our oder members back that had been out for a while. Our visitors

Madison Soccer Star Gets Chance At Olympic Goal

By Tia Lynn Lecorchick Morgan County High School’s resident soccer-star, Anslyn Stamps, 16, was chosen to be one of 25 players from across the state on the Olympic Development Program’s (ODP) Georgia State soccer team last month. Over 80 girls born in 1998 tried out for the

Pilot at fault in fungicide spread, DOA says

By Tia Lynn Lecorchick staff writer Dept. of Agriculture says chemicals applied illegally in bird deaths The Department of Agriculture findings lend credence to Michael Vaden’s claims that a neighboring dairy farm’s crop dusting practices led to the sickness and death of over 20 exotic birds that

Man shot in leg

By Patrick Yost editor A 62–year–old Madison man was arrested and charged with aggravated assault and discharging a firearm while under the influence of alcohol after he allegedly shot a man in the leg. Willie Thomas Clower was arrested at his Holland Springs Road residence at approximately

Tax appeal completed

By Tia Lynn Lecorchick staff writer A tax appeal yielded big savings for Morgan County and the Morgan County Board of Education. The Morgan County Board of Education appealed the 2013 Sale Ratio Study from the Georgia Department of Audits and Accounts earlier this year. The results

County’s planning commission decison still burns city leaders

By Tia Lynn Lecorchick staff writer Director of City Planning, Monica Callahan, appeared before the city council on Friday, Oct. 3 to report on the recent Georgia Department of Community Affairs’ (GDCA) designation for Madison as a PlanFirst community last week. Callahan relayed the perks this designation