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  • THE NEXT STEP
    The ENVISION Jefferson County steering committee will soon make decisions about how to move forward with implementation of a vision and action plan finalized after months of gathering input from area residents. 
  • Man airlifted from crash site
    A Commiskey man was injured Friday afternoon in a head-on collision on State Road 7 between Madison and Dupont. 
  • Hanover Police arrested three women Wednesday on misdemeanor drug charges following a traffic stop for driving without proper headlights, speeding and expired registration. 
  • Bluffton answers Hanover rally, 9-6
    Hanover College baseball battled back from an early 6-0 deficit only to fall 9-6 to Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference frontrunner Bluffton (Ohio) University Friday at K.T. Young Ballpark in Hanover. 
  • Hanover’s Adams a win away from title at Reitz
    When Evansville Reitz goes up against Fort Wayne Homestead tonight in the Class 4A state championship at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, the Panthers will be seeking their first state title and the only line item missing on the coaching resumé of a Jefferson County native who has devoted his life to basketball. 
  • No decision for WKU’s Thurston in pitchers duel
    BOWLING GREEN, Ky. — Former Madison hurler Ryan Thurston battled it out with Alabama-Birmingham starter James Naile Friday night but ended up with the no decision when the Blazers scored on a ninth-inning bases-loaded walk to edge the Hilltoppers in a 2-1 pitchers duel. 
  • MCHS senior earns Lilly scholarship
    Abigale Wynn has been named the recipient of a four-year, full-tuition scholarship as the Community Foundation of Madison and Jefferson County’s 2015 Lilly Endowment Community Scholar. 
  • HOLCROFT SERVES AS STUDENT PAGE
    Madison Consolidated High School freshman Andrew Holcroft recently served as an Indiana House Page during the 2015 session of the Indiana General Assembly. 
  • Indiana high school and college students have a choice: Use their smartphones behind the wheel and make a tragic mistake, or engage their social media followers to “Drive Now. TXT L8R.” and earn a $5,000 scholarship. 
  • HICKORY CREEK HONOR
    Hickory Creek at Madison certified nursing assistant Amber Mann, left, was honored by resident council president Betty Brown, center, and Hickory Creek Administrator Christi Risk as the Hickory Creek Employee of the Year for 2014 at an employee appreciation lunch. 
  • Risk It: Indiana will be held May 7 at Venture Out
    The Southeastern Indiana Small Business Development Center has announced its Fourth annual Risk It: Indiana competition. 
  • Clearinghouse director Molly Dodge has been honored as the National Association of Social Workers-Indiana Chapter Region 10 Community Partner of the Year. 
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