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Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God

By: T. Adrienne Terrell Greetings from the Springs! I know that Heaven rejoiced as USBC had several to be baptized and two christenings. The first baby dedicated was Little Master Robert Leon (T.J.) Terrell, IV. The proud parents are Robert Leon (Trey) Terrell III and Ambernique Carter.

I am already looking forward to Thanksgiving

By: Mae Buice Been having some “nippy” weather, so I guess Fall is in full swing. I hate to see the summer days go. Missed you last week but we had a fabulous week end and I’ll tell you about it. Happy to be back in church

A smattering of frost

By: Rachel Harper Guess what?  We did have a smattering of frost on Sunday morning!  It was 40 degrees here on Sunday morning and when I looked out, I saw a smattering of silver on the grass.  Gertrude Pugh called around 8:30 to tell me there was frost

Best of the Best: A Ferrari magnet

By: Cathy Best This past week, I finished reading, Delicious, Ruth Reichl’s new novel. Without giving away too much, the novel’s protagonist, Billie, is gob-smacked when she discovers a friend has freezer drawers that pull out from under a platform bed. Were these refrigerated drawers for cooling

Last fishing trip for the season is Friday, Oct. 17

The turnip patch was hit last week for about 14 families and if the weather holds this week, we will make another trip for fresh turnip salad and mustard greens.  These fresh vegetables are healthy, and can’t be better than when they go from field to sink

A Christian bears a cross

Attendance on Sunday was good, missed the members that were out for various reasons, we welcomed all the members back that had not been in a while, so glad to see you all. We welcomed all our visitors that were present also, we the members are always

Morgan Elementary hopes to raise $1,000 with fundraiser

By Tia Lynn Lecorchick managing editor Morgan County Elementary School (MCES) students dressed-up like Duck Dynasty cast members, the AE hit reality show, last week to raise money for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund. According to Principal Ty Snyder, this event raised about $800 last year, and

Madison Drug Company Reopens Under New Ownership

By Tia Lynn Lecorchick Unexpected Dream comes True for two Madison business owners. he new owners the Madison Drug Company, Gary and Luanne Whetzel, have finally achieved a lifelong dream to run a store of their own that serves the community. The Madison Drug Company, located on

Local Soccer Star Gets Chance At Olympic Goal

Anslyn practices in hopes of being selected by the Olympic Development Program’s regional team. 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

County caught city by surprise, leaders say

By: Tia Lynn Lecorchick The City of Madison leadership reacted to the Board of Commissioner’s (BOC) decision last week to split up the Planning Commission, a joint advisory board between all four cities in the county for planning and development, with dismay and disappointment. The decision, to