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  • Old Court Days

    “Old Court Days” opened Friday as vendors set up booths around the Jefferson County Courthouse and patrons took inventory of the merchandise available.

  • Madison women arrested, face drug charges

    Police arrested two Madison women on drug charges Friday after one of the women allegedly sold methamphetamine to a confidential informant earlier this month.

  • A man who allegedly strangled and hit a woman with a wooden board with nails sticking out of it faces four felony charges and a misdemeanor charge after his arrest earlier this week.

  • Rebs outlast Toppers in rain-delayed game, 5-4

    Southwestern’s Gage Hartman watched a game-tying, three-run home run in the seventh go by the wayside against Milan last week when the Rebels lost 9-7 in extra innings. Luckily for Hartman, his chance for redemption came sooner rather than later.

  • Warriors’ run in 7th makes Pacers 2-1 losers

    Scottsburg took advantage of two miscues to score what turned out to be the winning run in the top of the seventh and beat Switzerland County baseball 2-1 on Friday in Vevay.

  • The annual H1 Unlimited race in Doha, Qatar, has been officially canceled, H1 Chairman Steve David announced on Friday.

  • A Girls Inc. success story

    Madison Consolidated High School senior Angela Leap joined an exclusive club this year, becoming just the third honoree in the history of Girls Inc. of Jefferson County to be named a Lucile Miller Wright National Scholar.

  • The shooting death of 17-year-old Brennan Stewart on April 16 near Crystal Beach troubled Mike McClure.


    Madison Consolidated High School Hoosier Boys and Girls State delegates for 2015 include, from left to right: Riley McGarry, Gabe McMahon, Karrington True and alternate Grace Spencer.

  • Cub Manufacturing second runner-up in national contest

    Madison Consolidated High School’s Cub Manufacturing was named a second runner-up in the Bridgestone Tire: Fuel the Cause contest, and will receive a $3,000.00 grant.

  • Town & Country Florist will be moving from its location at the corner of Main Street and Broadway to 207 E. Main St. Owners Bud and Mindy Thevenow have purchased the building that formerly was home to the Madison Nut & Candy Company.

  • The Barbershop, owned by Aimee Lynch, will be moving from its 601 W. Main St. location, to 602 W. Main St.

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