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  • Reliving the moment
    Witnesses gave hours of testimony Monday before a judge who will now decide the sentence for a driver involved in a 2014 crash that killed one person and injured five others. 
  • A Madison man remains behind bars after police located drugs in a vehicle parked in the middle of a street with two people sleeping inside this weekend. 
  • The Madison Area Chamber of Commerce has announced a change for its upcoming local candidate forum. 
  • Hensler’s 39 medalist in Shawe win over Hornets
    Shawe Memorial’s girls golf team scored an easy dual meet win over Henryville at home on Monday at Sunrise Golf Course. 
  • Cubs In College
    Madison Consolidated High School’s football program will have seven alumni playing at the college level this fall, a first in the program’s history. 
  • CHICAGO — Adam Duvall’s first swing with the Cincinnati Reds wasn’t one to remember. He made up for it, though, with the rest of his inaugural at-bat. 
    The Trimble County High School class of 1965 recently gathered at General Butler State Resort Park in Carrollton, Ky. 
    The boys of Cub Scout pack 718 kicked off a new season at their meeting Monday night at First Christian Church, 718 W. Main St. 
  • Pets of the Week - September 1, 2015
    Pepper likes attention and will stop whatever she is doing to be petted. She does not bark much and enjoys the outdoors. She is an English Coonhound mix and has a small animal prey drive. The 3- to 5-year-old is tricolor with ticking on her coat and weighs 58 pounds. She is $40 off her adoption and spay fees. The Madison-Jefferson County Animal Shelter currently has more than 13 dogs and puppies, and 31 cats and kittens available. Pictures of additional pets waiting for adoption can be viewed at www.sisaveapet.com. 
  • Eat Your Vegetables
    Madison Consolidated Schools students found a new meaning to the phrase “fresh start” when they began school this year. 
  • Learn lessons of determination, courage
    Everyone likes to think they will be brave when faced with difficult circumstances. Unfortunately, being afraid is part of the human condition and something we are always battling against in one way or another. What important to remember and to teach children is that being brave has nothing to do with not being afraid. 
  • Gov. Mike Pence has requested federal grants for government and certain non-profit organizations in 19 counties — including Jefferson — for damage from severe storms and flooding June 7 through July 29. 
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