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Community News

  • Historic Rugby expands Artist’s Series of events with photographer and writer on July 22

        Historic Rugby is expanding its series of artists and writers forums with a special double event on July 22. Photographer Jeff Graham will host a discussion on his nature photography at the Harrow Road Café at 4 p.m.
        Based in Nashville, much of Graham’s photography consists of landscapes, nature, wildlife, Americana, and fine art. He says he’s always trying to see things from a slightly different perspective.

  • El Patron supports Highway Thunder Bike Ride
  • The Lifestyle Connection

    Picnic in the park
        

  • Coalfield

        On Saturday, July 15, Walt and Beverly Sloan, new residents to the Coalfield area, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. Approximately 60 people joined them in their joyous party. Walt and Beverly have lived many places, including Michigan, Wisconsin and Texas. They have six children: (one deceased) Pamela, Walt, Randy, Carrie Jo, Voni and Steve. Voni Anderson (husband Anthony) lives in the Coalfield area with her family. She is a nurse at Children’s Hospital. We were honored to join Walt and Beverly in celebrating this momentous milestone together.

  • Morgan County Fair schedule announced

    Morgan County Fair Gate Prices
    Entry to Morgan County Fair Aug. 12, and 14-19 is as follows: Sat., Aug. 12 - $5 for adult/$3 child; Mon., Aug. 14 - $5 for adult/$3 child; Tues., Aug. 15 - $5 for adult/$3 child; Wed., Aug. 16 - $3 for adult/$2 child; Thurs., Aug. 17 - $5 for adult/$3 child; Fri., Aug. 18 - $10 for adult/$5 child; Sat., Aug. 19 - $10 for adult/$5 child. There is no charge for children under the age of 6 any night.

    Saturday, Aug. 5

    Morgan County Fair Pageant Registration

  • Historic Rugby British Car Show and 2nd Annual Tea Table Setting contest

        Registration for the Tea Table Setting contest is open until Friday, Aug. 25, at 7 p.m. EST, for all ages.  
        It will be held in the Historic home, The Uffington.  Information guidelines and how to enter the contest can be found at https://squareup.com/store/historic-rugby-inc or email rugbyeducation@highland.net.  Information and guidelines can also be found on the Historic Rugby Tea Table Setting Contest Facebook page.   

  • Happenings

    Morgan County Head Start taking applications
    The Morgan County Head Start is now accepting applications. Head Start is offering free preschool services for children ages 3-5. Free services include disability, nutrition, health, dental, family services and transportation. Extended care slots are also available. For more information call 423-346-6633 or visit the Head Start office located at 105 Longview Drive in Wartburg.

    Apply for Backpacks & School Supplies

  • Coffee With Christ

        As a Christian, when we talk about sin and tell folks they must repent, we are told, “Hey, do not judge me.” For me it is often. But it only seems to happen when we talk about one sin in particular. I am sure you know what I am talking about.

  • Camp In The Community underway at Morgan-Scott Project

        Some 70 Morgan and Scott County youngsters, grades 1-8, are enjoying a week at camp, called Camp In The Community, Mon.-Fri., July 10- 14, at the Morgan-Scott Project headquarters near Deer Lodge.
        “It is like church camp, except you get to go home every night,” explains Rev. Tom Robbins, a Morgan-Scott Project Director and Minister of Sunbright and Oakdale United Methodist Church.

  • The Lifestyle Connection

    Where should we put the puppies?

        During this growing-up time for the boys, we didn’t have much luck with pets for them. A cockatiel was left out of his cage by the house sitter while we were on vacation and he couldn’t get back to his food and water. It was a sad time when we finally found him, feet in the air.
    Another bird we had named Bobby, a parakeet, got out of his cage and James tried shooing him back in, but he had other ideas. He flew into the bedroom door and broke his neck.