Thursday, April 20, 2017
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By Justin Hubbardjustin@lakeoconeenews.us The next time you see Morgan County baseball coach Merritt Ainslie, chances are he’ll look different than you remember. Ainslie agreed to a bet put... + continue reading
Thursday, April 20, 2017
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Last week was a wildly successful one for Morgan County High School athletics. Morgan’s baseball team was the first of three Bulldogs athletic teams to clinch a Region 8-AAA title last week. The... + continue reading
Thursday, April 20, 2017
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T. Michael Stonemichael@lakeoconeenews.us The plan to build a new hospital in Morgan County cleared a final hurdle recently when John Anton agreed not to continue litigation aimed at stopping... + continue reading
Thursday, April 20, 2017
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 The Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant on Eatonton Road met its maker early this week as crews began demolition of the Madison eatery.By Tuesday after noon the building was no more than a pile... + continue reading

The Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant has completed the first step towards rebuilding: demolition.

Thursday, April 20, 2017
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 The Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant on Eatonton Road met its maker early this week as crews began demolition of the Madison eatery.By Tuesday after noon the building was no more than a pile... + continue reading

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04/20/2017
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  Chief Ossie Mapp of the Greensboro Police has reported that three arrests have been made in connection with recent vehicle break-ins. On Monday, April 3, Officers responded to Soto Creations located at 301 East Broad Street, Greensboro, in reference to an entering auto complaint. The complainant stated that on Saturday April 1, three... + continue reading
04/06/2017
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  Mark Engel engel@msgr.com Have you ever thought about sand? Probably not but it was on the minds of some land owners in Greshamville in northwestern Greene County. They showed up at the county Planning and Zoning Board meeting on March 28 to speak out against a request by Redland Sand of Watkinsville to dredge sand in the... + continue reading

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04/13/2017
Posted by MichaelStone1
On Saturday, April 8, Little Scholars Academy held its fourth annual Fairytale Festival at Festival Hall sponsored by McDonald's. "We at Grace Fellowship were so honored to be a part of the Fairytale Festival in connection with Little Scholars Academy.,” Kim Cash, Preschool Director and Grace Kids leader at Grace Fellowship church, said. “What an... + continue reading
04/13/2017
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  Mark Engelengel@msgr.com Parents of students at Greene County High School and Greensboro Elementary School got some good news last week. The Georgia Department of Education removed GCHS and GES from lists of the state’s lowest performing schools. Seventy-two other schools in the state also improved enough to be taken off the... + continue reading

George Warren gives the Madison City Council his opinion.

04/13/2017
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Katherine KlimtKatherine@lakeoconeenew.su During Monday city council meeting, Madison resident and former state senator from DeKalb County, George Warren, took to the floor to express his dissatisfaction with recent decisions made by the local government regarding his efforts to redraw one of his property lines. In particular, he critiqued... + continue reading

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04/20/2017
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By Justin Hubbardjustin@lakeoconeenews.us The next time you see Morgan County baseball coach Merritt Ainslie, chances are he’ll look different than you remember. Ainslie agreed to a bet put... + continue reading

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04/20/2017
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 My son walked into our living room the other night with that look on his face, the one that tells me he’s about to ask for something.“Can you get me some food?” he asked with a certain amount... + continue reading
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04/13/2017
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On Saturday, April 8, Little Scholars Academy held its fourth annual Fairytale Festival at Festival Hall sponsored by McDonald's. "We at Grace Fellowship were so honored to be a part of the Fairytale... + continue reading

Ms. Lois Moore was Crowned Ms. Greene Point 2017

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