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Man trapped, rescued from grain bin
Local fire crews rescued a man who had become trapped in a grain bin this weekend.
Carrollton is on a mission to find city’s oldest tree
Carrollton’s Urban Forestry Commission is on a mission to find the city’s oldest tree.
Summer’s Last Fling
Fall was in the air Saturday in downtown Madison as the city celebrated its annual Soup Stew Chili & Brew festival on Main Street hosted by the Madison Area Chamber of Commerce.
Volleyball pairings set
The sectional and district volleyball tournaments in both Indiana and Kentucky will get under way next week for all six local high schools.
District soccer postponed
Weather forced suspension of M0nday’s 31st District girls soccer tournament at Carroll County.
Courierarea Sports Calendar - October 13, 2015
Courierarea bands ready for regional competitions
Indiana marching bands are heading into their sixth week of competition and Courierarea schools will soon be headed to regional competitions.
Pets of the Week - October 13, 2015
Max is the shelter staff’s favorite right now. When Max was found he had lived his whole life tied to a tree in a backyard. He had never experienced life outside that dirt circle. He is still learning and can be a little shy when being introduced to new things.
The Madison-Jefferson County Animal Shelter currently has more than 18 dogs and puppies, and 4 cats and kittens available. Pictures of additional pets waiting for adoption can be viewed at www.sisaveapet.com.
Carrollton Art Walk planned for Saturday
The Carrollton Main Street Program and the Carroll County Arts Board have teamed up for a second year to host the Downtown Carrollton Art Walk on Saturday, Oct. 17. In case of inclement weather, the event will be held on Oct. 24.
Pizza chain has eyes on Madison
Officials with the pizza chain that claims to be fastest growing in the America have identified Madison as a strategic location they would like to expand to – if they can find a local entrepreneur.
Suicide awareness: Walk hopes to create dialogue
When it comes to awareness, Jennifer Harris knows firsthand what kind of difference an open and honest conversation can make.
Animal tales feature compassion, empathy
Books can be very instrumental to awaken a sense of compassion and empathy. Such books can be either nonfiction or fiction.
Madison Ohio River Stage
Madison Ohio River Stage - October 2015
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