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Abigail Legg of Carlton was recently awarded a $500 WoodmenLife Focus Forward Scholarship. Legg submitted an application highlighting her high school grades, activities and volunteerism, as well as an essay on patriotism.

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The Madison County High School FFA Ag Sales team placed first out of 10 teams in the Area 2 Contest. Team members Carter Hart, Carley Fitzpatrick, Kate Bray, and Drew Brown completed an exam on sales and marketing strategies and competed individual sales practicums that include animal pharma…

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The Madison County High School horticulture plant sale will be held for the general public between 3 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 31 and Friday, April 2. Students have been working to grow a variety of flowering bedding plants, hanging baskets, herbs and vegetables. Masks are encouraged where …

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The Madison County High School FFA Forestry team recently placed second in the Area 2 CDE.Team members Joey Vieira, Ian Heath, Cadence Howard and Clayton Coile completed practicums in tree identification, timber stand improvement, timer cruising, and hand compass. They will compete at the st…

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The Madison County High School FFA Parliamentary Procedure team placed fourth in the Area 2 CDE. Team members Avery Bray, Abbi Adams, Katie Carrouth, Cadence Howard, Anna Moon, and Thomas Lord completed a parliamentary presentation, answered oral questions and took a knowledge exam.

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The Madison County High School FFA Environmental Natural Resources team of Cadence Howard, Aidan Moore, George Parham, and Clayton Coile placed second in the Area 2 Career Development Event. Team members completed practicums in identification, GPS and waste management. They advanced to the s…

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Comer Elementary School recently recognized its Young Georgia Authors winners. They include Harper Lee, Sadie Walmsley, Ansley Cox, Jett Cooper, Vaydee Russell, Levi Abernathy and Emory Armel.

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Wykerra Davis, Colbert, was named to the fall 2020 Dean's List at Shorter University. To achieve this honor, students must have been enrolled full time and have earned at least a 3.5 grade point average for the term. Davis is majoring in interdisciplinary studies.

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Donna Davis, a senior at Wingate University, has been named to the President’s List for Fall 2020 Semester. Donna is the daughter of John and Christine Davis of Hull. The President’s List includes undergraduate students who have earned a term GPA of 3.80 on at least 12 quality-point academic…

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Winners of the 2020-21 Danielsville Elementary School Spelling Bee are (L-R) Collin Wallace, third place; Noah Scarborough, first place; and Ezra Shadrix, second place. “Congratulations to these fourth grade boys!” teachers said.

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The Northern Judicial Circuit Juvenile Court announces that it is continuing the tradition of its judge, Hon. Warren C. Caswell, in sponsoring a Law Day essay contest for local area students. This year is the 16th consecutive year of the contest. This year’s topic centers on the 2021 Law Day…

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Angie McGinnis was named the Madison County High School FFA Chapter’s “Supporter for the Month” for November. She is very involved with the Comer Lions Club as well as the Madison County Alumni. “She constantly supports our students in all of their affairs and is always willing to lend a han…

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Adam Jackson, Danielsville, made the fall 2020 Dean's List at Georgia Southwestern State University and was among 632 students recognized for scholastic achievement. To be eligible for the Dean's List, a student must earn a semester GPA of 3.5 or higher and take a minimum of 12 credit hours.

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Hull-Sanford Elementary School recently recognized students for being the top girl and boy pacer runner in their grade. Winners and their scores include kindergarten: Axel Flores, 20 (not pictured) and Sujey Diaz, 20; first grade: Grayson Lyon, 22 and Evelyn Reyes-Osorio, 21; second grade: C…

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Brenau University has announced that the following local students were initiated into the honor society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines:

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The Madison County School System has selected its newest class of REACH scholars from the current eighth grade class and the Madison County High School class of 2025: Joshua Black, Shante Norman, Marina Rodriguez and Jack Say. REACH Georgia is a needs-based mentoring and scholarship program …