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  • MODERN-DAY EXPLORERS

    Katie Moderau did in five weeks what it took explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark two years to accomplish.

     
  • STORM CUTS POWER

    Close to 1,000 Jefferson County Duke Energy customers were without power after  storms passed through the area Wednesday night. Overloaded transformers near Christ Episcopal Church on Third Street and downed trees on power lines farther east on that street left some residents without power for over an hour.

     
  • Learning to Fly

    Ten members of the Lide White Memorial Boys & Girls Club joined with adult?members of the Broken Wings R.C. Airplane Club at Jefferson Proving Ground recently for a day of remote control flying.

     
  • Workshop presents two plays tonight

    Participants in the annual Madison Community Players’ Summer Theater Workshop will present two plays to showcase what they’ve learned during the two-week camp.

     
  • Live History at the Lanier Mansion

    Theater fans and history buffs are invited to learn more about a famous local person while immersing themselves in a mystery set in the 1850s.

     
  • A public reception for the newest round of ‘The Art of Healing” exhibit will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday in the Seasons Cafe at King’s Daughters’ Hospital.

     
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