There are programs on TV that show us about wonders that God created which most likely we never see in person for a lot of us.
Sunday night the nature series was on the Colorado River from where it began flowing for thousands of miles cutting a path in the gorges, forming sheer high walls of rock, down to the Grand Canyon. There in places it turns from a gentle stream into razing rapids from the melting snow. Rock scientists have said these formations are from three and half to four billion yea
Attending school in the summer is not always viewed as desirable unless the school is Al Akhawayn University (The Two Brothersï¾• University) and is in Ifrane, Morocco. Josh Houston, who will be returning to George Washington University for his junior year this fall, is in Morocco for eight weeks to continue his Arabic studies. Successful completion of this summer program will satisfy his GW language requirement. Weekends have provided Josh the opportunity to travel throughout Morocco and even t
My most sincere sympathy goes to Kathleen Bumgarner and family in the death of Bill. I did not know Bill very well but had known Kathleen, her family and the Bumgarner family for many years. Years ago I had an Avon route and went all in the area that Kathleenâ€™s parents, aunt, uncle and the Bumgarner family lived. You will be in my prayers.
Marshall and Judy Davis came with the Beacon Heights youth to the lake house of Chuck and Miriam Foster to swim, enjoy a cookout and be with Jacob, the Fos
The Boys and Girls Club of Madison-Morgan County has recently got off the ground, bringing the county its own chapter of the club that has now existed in America since 1860 and now serves more than 4.6 million youth annually.
A board member of the local chapter, Linda Thoman, said the new chapter began this March.
â€œWeâ€™ve come a long way in a very short time,â€? Thoman said. The group announced its advisory board at a recent meeting last Tuesday night, July 10. â€œIt really started to move
Like many of you Morgan Countians have at one point or another, Iâ€™ve spent a little time in Athens. One of my goals when I first moved there a few years ago was to see a celebrity in an intimate setting. I was shooting for maybe Michael Stipe or Peter Buck. Heck, I would have settled for Kim Bassinger. Instead, my only notable encounters involve the infamous former UGA football coach Ray Goff. These chance meetings Iâ€™ve had could only have been arranged by a powerful, Almighty God.
Morgan Countyâ€™s Jeff Banks had his farm featured in a recent Petersonâ€™s Hunting national magazine article which focused on the farmâ€™s ability to grow whitetail deer.
Banks said magazine articles have brought in a lot of recognition for Banks Farm in recent years.
â€œIt gives you a lot of credibility,â€? Banks said.Â He said his farm has been featured in numerous outdoor magazines over the years. The farm has also been featured on ESPN, Outdoor Channel and Fox.
The farm has also receive