Morgan County has two more AA state champions after a weekend of Literary competition in Warner Robins. Senior Hunter Richards and junior Sam Scott brought home titles for the school in boys spelling and boys extemporaneous speech, respectively.
Richards secured the AA championship for the second consecutive year with an impromptu speech on Democratic presidential candidates. Scott followed with his third straight AA boys spelling title.
Bulldogs having taken first in Region 7-AA were Richa
During wartime, every aspect of the economy suffers. We receive press releases everyday from Atlanta announcing budget cuts here, budget cuts there. We receive word of the cuts reaching the local level and taking its toll on activities, supplies and salaries.
This month marks the third anniversary for Ferst Books, an organization here in Madison that sends books to any child who’s parents register them. The number of children served in Morgan County has almost tripled over the past three year
By Betty Moore
The members of the Buckhead Fire Department are happy that they have a new fire truck! I said that I’d like to see the truck, but not at my house.
Ray Rhoades of Greene County filled the pulpit Sunday at the Buckhead Baptist Church while the pastor and family was out of town visiting family.
Congratulations to Jason Harris and Dinean Stevens for having been accepted at the University of Georgia for the fall semester.
Two will be baptized at the Buckhead Baptist Church next
By Willie Ann Johnson
On Saturday the weather was great, also Sunday and Monday. Only God can do the miracle of changing the weather from cold, rain, sleet, snow and storms. The book of Mark speaks of miracles and action that Jesus did. Although Jesus was a servant He was not a mere man. Only God the Son could give us such nice weather. Read the book of Mark, and I am sure you will be delighted in what you read about Jesus.
On Sunday as our speaker for the morning worship we had Apostle B. K
By Monaray Powers
Monica Callahan and Ken Kocher attended a party in honor of their upcoming wedding in Monticello Monday, March 24th. The party was hosted by Mayor Susan Holmes, Chris and Jenny Segal, Dean and Theresa Bishop and John Copelan.
Dorothy Cabaniss has returned home following a visit with her children and their families. She visited Dee and Neil Pederson and little Calla in Sparkill, New York, and Laura and Kevin Kreutter and children in Plainsboro, N.J.
Ms. Sally Lockwood rece
By Mae Buice
No matter what happens Heaven will be your home if you are saved. Using this as beginning words, Lou’s sermon on Sunday was title "Two Funerals", the funeral of the rich man who lacked Jesus Christ and salvation and Lazarus, the poor beggar man who had it all because he had the saving grace of Jesus Christ. Taking his scripture from Luke 16:19-31 and Mark 9:42, saying that it is better to have a millstone around your neck and be cast into the sea than to offend a child o