• Red’s: A muffler marvel

    Keith Longmire, owner of Red’s Muffler Shop, serves local customers with a smile and excellent service. Longmire started his own business seven years ago after working since 1984 for other organizations in the automotive and parts industry. The business was named Red’s since Longmire had earned the nickname when he was a young man and also in the racing circuit because of his red hair.

  • Angie’s returns to roots

    For those who have lived in Wartburg or the surrounding area for a little while, then stopping by to eat at Angie’s Restaurant on Kingston Street has been part of that experience. Angie and Rory Sexton have resumed ownership of Angie’s Restaurant and are returning the restaurant to its home cooked food and family atmosphere so many in Morgan County have grown to love.

  • Get your groove on

    Many people make a New Year's resolution to get into shape, lose weight or just become healthier. Dancing is a great way to achieve that. It can help with weight loss goals, flexibility, reducing stress and much more.

  • Quality and Handcrafted Cabinetry

    Ronald Davis of Mustang Woodworks in Sunbright showcases his woodworking and talent through his planning, design and construction of custom cabinetry.

    Davis retired in 1996 after serving in the U.S. Navy as an aircraft mechanic. He is the oldest of seven children and both his father and grandfather were carpenters. That is where his knowledge and desire to work with his hands in woodworking began, he said. Davis’ family also logged and hauled timber which he helped with since he was young.

  • A quantity of quality care

    Quality Home Health, Quality Hospice and Quality Private Duty Care are all locally owned and have been caring for the Morgan County community in some way since 1984. The Quality family of businesses started in 1984 with Quality Home Health and since expanded into two additional care services.


    Sexton-Ford is in Morgan County’s backyard and has been family owned and operated since 2005. This year Sexton-Ford celebrated its tenth year service the community of Morgan County.

    Sexton-Ford is a sister location to other Sexton dealerships in nearby Harriman and Oak Ridge communities.

  • ‘Inn’ style at Historic Rugby

    Grey Gables Inn Bed and Breakfast in Rugby welcomes its guests with a beautiful location and warm southern hospitality. Historic Rugby hosts many visitors annually, and many make their plans to stay at Grey Gables Inn.

  • Entrepreneurial prodigy

    Set Free Design got its start in 2013 when Jessica Price of Lancing was only sixteen years old. Since then Price has her handmade and custom bead, feather and horse hair jewelry available for purchase at several local stores, online on her Facebook page and also through her Etsy store.

    “I named my business Set Free Design because it sounded free and inspiring,” Price said.

  • Citizens Gas continues to honor fallen employee

        Citizens Gas Utility District does not forget its employees, and is closing Veteran’s Day to honor fallen worker Darryl Cross.
        Cross died on the job in 1995 in a pipeline accident and was also a veteran of the U.S. Army, having served from 1963 to 1965.
        “We did not close on Veteran’s Day until he passed away,” explained General Manager Greg Bell. “He thought the world of everyone and everyone thought the world of him,” he added.

  • New Morgan County Chamber Director welcomed