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  • PUTTING THEIR EGGS IN ONE BASKET

    Dozens of children participating in the Lanier Mansion Eggstravaganza’s 6- to 8-year-old Easter egg hunt raced across the mansion’s north lawn Saturday afternoon looking for hundreds of eggs hidden there. Some of the  eggs contained candy, while others contained small prizes.

     
  • HMI to auction Tobacco Prizing House
    Historic Madison Inc. is selling one of its properties – the Tobacco Prizing House at 106 Elm St. The Tobacco Prizing House will be sold at a sealed bid auction on May 8, in the law office of Merritt K. Alcorn,  One W. Sixth St. The minimum bid is $95,000.

     
  • Indiana State Police arrested a Jefferson County man this weekend after an investigation into an armed robbery at the Kent Mercantile on Saturday afternoon.

     
  • Hanover women’s track & field wins own invitational, men third
    Anni Titchenal and Ashlee Arbaugh scored individual wins for the second straight week to lead the Hanover women’s track & field team to a first-place finish at the 14-team Hanover Invitational on Saturday.

     
  • INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Homestead Spartans won their first class 4A championship in dramatic fashion Saturday with a 91-90 overtime victory over the Evansville Reitz Panthers.

     
  • TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Cincinnati right-hander Jason Marquis continued his strong comeback with six good innings in the Reds’ 8-6 victory over the Los Angeles Angels on Sunday.

     
  • CELEBRATING SEUSS

    The Madison branch of the Jefferson County Public Library celebrated Dr. Seuss during one of the several "Staycation" events last week. Thursday's event at the library featured Dr. Seuss-themed activities, including several crafts, stories and games.



     
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  • 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. 
  • Hanover students urged to pursue what they really want out of life
    Discontentment. That’s the word Dave Lingwood uses to describe the start of the journey that has led him and three of his friends to this point -- a best-selling book, TV show and a long list of once-in-a-lifetime experiences in their rearview mirror.

     
  • 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. 
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