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Alcorn, Branigan in race for Council District Two
Republican John Branigan and Democrat David Alcorn are seeking the Madison City Council District Two seat. Neither has sought political office in Madison before. The winner will replace Rick Berry who is not seeking re-election to the seat. The candidates answered questions presented by The Madison Courier.
Madison FD in top 8% in state rating system
Madison fire officials recently received results from an audit of the volunteer department’s training and services to city residents.
Madison man faces drug charges
A Madison man remains in jail after police served a search warrant Tuesday and arrested him on an active warrant following an investigation into alleged drug activity.
’Toppers finish strong start-to-finish in 7-0 win
Coach Jason Pattison has been trying to get his Shawe soccer team to “finish” scoring opportunities all season and that’s just what the Hilltoppers did in Tuesday’s 7-0 rout of Austin in the semifinals of the Class 1A Sectional at Shawe.
Pacers, Rebels bow out at sectional
LAWRENCEBURG — The girls soccer seasons at Southwestern and Switzerland County both came to an end on Tuesday with losses in the opening round of the Class A Sectional at Lawrenceburg.
Rebels sweep Switzerland Co., Trimble blanks Carroll
Southwestern volleyball swept Switzerland County in three games, 25-12, 25-16, 25-11 on Tuesday in Vevay.
FIRE PREVENTION MESSAGE
Indiana State Fire Marshal Jim Greeson visited Madison Junior High School on Tuesday as a part of Fire Prevention Month.
Lemms celebrate 65th anniversary
John C. and Celeste T. Hill Lemm will celebrate their 65th anniversary today. The couple married Oct. 7, 1950, at St. Lawrence Catholic Church in Lawrenceburg.
City making plans for parade, annual Veterans Day program
The City of Madison and Madison Parks Department is planning a veterans parade for Tuesday, Nov. 10.
It’s time for Lady to get some rest
Though her mother initially cautioned her about going into business with family, Patsy Kuntz took a chance and found success. Now, after decades on Main Street, she’s planning to retire.
Spend a night with Edgar Allan Poe
Years before the detective novel became part of American popular culture, readers worldwide became fascinated by the fictional sleuth C. Auguste Dupin – a character American writer Edgar Allan Poe made famous in “The Murders in the Rue Morgue,” a short story published in 1841.
Morgan & Nay Funeral Centre wins national award
For a second consecutive year, Morgan & Nay Funeral Centre has been honored by the National Funeral Directors Association with its 2015 Pursuit of Excellence Award.
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