By Lois Harper
Around 1985, after moving to Rutledge operating our little produce stand there was a group of retired gentlemen that gathered around 11 a.m. with my husband under the tree in front and in conversation fought the war all over again, or just seeing who could tell the tallest yarn, or all talking in friendly arguing sometimes. One just threw his hands up saying, "I got to go they’re too much for me," beat out by somebody’s taller tale. Another one would look at his watch
By Margie Ward
By Margie Ward
Today is a beautiful day. Spring is everywhere, more and more flowers are blooming and greenery putting out. More rain is on the way as they said on TV, anything could happen in March, and we have seen it happen before. God is so good and in control of it all.
On Sunday morning our church attendance was good with visitors present. We pray they were blessed by worshipping with us. We welcome them to come anytime as God leads. The choir’s special was "Great
By Peyton Sapp
Greene County Ag Extension Agent
It will not be long before spring arrives. Once it does arrive we will get to see an explosion of color. One of the first landscape trees to provide you with this color will be your dogwoods. Dogwoods usually bloom from late March through mid April.
Why, you might ask, are we discussing dogwoods blooming? Well, there is a fungus that can cause your dogwoods to get the disease Spot Anthracnose. This is one of the most common diseases of the dog
Morgan County High School hosted the Region 7—AA Literary Championships this past weekend and won their first ever region title.
The Bulldogs had seven first—place finishes in the competition. Leading the way was junior Sam Scott, who finished first—place finishes in spelling and in essay. Hunter Richards also placed first, finishing atop of the extemporaneous speaking competition while also finishing second in dramatic interpretation.
Anna Claire Davis placed first in the dra
A grand jury returned 20 separate indictments following a court session held on March 3. The following lists the results of those indictments and the charges associated with each case.
• Eric James Morris was indicted for one count of interference with government property.
• Mario McGuire was indicted for one count possession of cocaine.
• Sean R. Hendley was indicted for one count possession of methamphetamine, one count possession of marijuana, one count possession of a drug-related ob
An earthquake measuring 3.5 out of 10 on the Richter scale struck Morgan County Tuesday at 1:04 a.m. The earthquake hit 35 miles south of Athens, as reported to Gwen Ruark, head of Morgan County Emergency Management, by the United States Geological Services National Earthquake Information Center.
As Georgia Emergency Management Services receives more information, they will release it to the county.
"It rattled my house," said Sue Anderson, who lives off of Highway 278. Ruark sa