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By Dave Browndave@msgr.comGiven the concern over public safety concerning pit bulls, especially the unrestrained on the breed, the City of Greensboro is considering a revision to its Code of... + continue reading
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By Dave Browndave@msgr.comGiven the concern over public safety concerning pit bulls, especially the unrestrained on the breed, the City of Greensboro is considering a revision to its Code of... + continue reading

The city council meeting room was packed with interested Madisonians last Monday night.

 

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T. Michael StonemIchael@lakeoconeenews.us The battle lines were clearly drawn, the combatants had assembled and it appeared the war was about to start when a few of the generals decided that a... + continue reading

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Dr. Thomas McClendon unveils the fantastic CCRPI scores Monday to the Greene County BOE.

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CUTLINE:By Dave Browndave@msgr.comFor a government entity that has suffered its fair share of slings and arrows over the recent years, a true sense of healing and a feeling of triumphantly rising up... + continue reading
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 Reminiscent of a scene from the film “Pulp Fiction,” a Greensboro man walked into the McDonald’s on Main Street last Monday afternoon and announced “this a robbery.”He is now in jail. According... + continue reading

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11/15/2017
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By Justin Hubbardjustin@lakeoconeenews.us The Georgia football team’s quest for an undefeated season came to a screeching halt last Saturday at Auburn as the Tigers beat the Bulldogs, 40-17.Georgia (9-1, 6-1 SEC) scored on its opening drive, which saw the offense move the ball down the field thanks to long gains through the air. Senior... + continue reading
11/09/2017
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MOTORISTS URGED TO BE CAUTIOUS TO AVOID DEER THIS FALL The Morgan County Sheriff’s Office had four reports of injured deer on or near roadways this past week. Deputies were forced to shoot the suffering animals.The following story was received from the Department of Natural Resources earlier this week.  Motorists are urged to exercise... + continue reading

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Then-junior Meredith Grill fires a shot during one of the Lady Titans’ games last season. Grill led the Lady Titans in rebounds per game (7.2) and received an all-region honorable mention for her efforts.

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11/16/2017
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By Justin Hubbardjustin@lakeoconeenews.us The Lake Oconee Academy girls basketball team’s 3-18 record last year doesn’t look good on paper. If you followed the team, though, you know the Lady Titans were better than that finish showed.In LOA’s 18 losses, nine of them were by 10-point deficits or fewer. The team’s youth and inexperience showed... + continue reading

Morgan senior quarterback Trey Patterson leaps over his offensive line and East Hall’s defensive linemen to score an early touchdown during last Friday’s playoff game.

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11/16/2017
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By Justin Hubbardjustin@lakeoconeenews.us  The Morgan County football team fell to East Hall last Friday, 50-36, ending the Bulldogs’ impressive season.Morgan (9-2) hosted the first-round competition. The Bulldogs jumped out to a 21-6 lead at the 2:24 mark of the first quarter.At that point, it was business as usual for Morgan. Senior... + continue reading

With her parents, Jimmy and Connie Worth, by her side, Morgan County senior Sadie Worth signs a softball scholarship with Emmanuel College.

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11/16/2017
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By Justin Hubbardjustin@lakeoconeenews.us  The weather in Covington on Sunday was frigid, but only warmth was felt inside the Diamond Sports Academy facility where Morgan County senior Sadie Worth signed a softball scholarship with Emmanuel College.Worth was surrounded by family, friends and coaches. Her father, Jimmy, led the signing... + continue reading

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Titans head coach Michael Brooker huddles with his team during a timeout last season. Brooker enters his second year as the LOA varsity boys head coach beginning this month.

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11/16/2017
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By Justin Hubbardjustin@lakeoconeenews.us The 2016-17 season did not bring much success for the Lake Oconee Academy boys basketball team, but the Titans hope to put the rough year behind them.... + continue reading

Then-junior Meredith Grill fires a shot during one of the Lady Titans’ games last season. Grill led the Lady Titans in rebounds per game (7.2) and received an all-region honorable mention for her efforts.

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Titans head coach Michael Brooker huddles with his team during a timeout last season. Brooker enters his second year as the LOA varsity boys head coach beginning this month.

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With her parents, Jimmy and Connie Worth, by her side, Morgan County senior Sadie Worth signs a softball scholarship with Emmanuel College.

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11/16/2017
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T. Michael Stonemichael@lakeoconeenews.us “Well for one thing, I don’t like work.” I paused a minute to think what else I didn’t like. “Oh yes,” I said, meaning it utterly seriously, “ and I don... + continue reading

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11/09/2017
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Bostwick Cotton Gin Festival celebrates town’s rich history Blurb- The town of Bostwick celebrated its rich agricultural history last weekend at the annual Cotton Gin Festival. Visitors... + continue reading

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Paris Crowder of Oconee Construction Services operates an excavator at the new ATLAS Center building site.

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Rob Mitchell, the executive director, has been involved with ATLAS Ministry for the past 11 years.

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