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  • Two people face criminal charges for giving false information to officers Thursday while they attempted to serve a warrant in the downtown area.
  • NOW & THE FUTURE

    Promoting health, safety & well-being

    This team is focusing its efforts on meaningful, tangible projects to address a set of long-term issues in the community, including the drug problem, obesity and other health concerns, and a real and perceived crime problem. The team is compiling a list of existing resources and support services. In addition, they are exploring best practices in other communities in dealing with drug problems. They have recognized that Madison’s own Community Corrections program is becoming a model for other towns.

  • Indiana State Police are investigating the death of a North Vernon man who allegedly shot himself in the parking lot of the Versailles State Police Post on Friday.
  • McClellands celebrate 25th anniversary
    Thomas and Pamela Gilpin McClelland of Madison will celebrate their 25th anniversary on Tuesday. The couple exchanged vows on Feb. 16, 1991, at the First Baptist Church in Madison. 
  • SELECTING A CARD FOR HER VALENTINE

    Kirlin’s Hallmark employees in Madison were busy Friday with Valentine’s Day shoppers ahead of the Sunday holiday. Vangie Greeves picked out a card for her husband of 60 years, Ron. Greeves said she always looks for something that mentions family and that, after Jesus, he’s the best thing that ever happened to her. “When I married him, I really got a bargain,” she said. (Staff photo by Brett Eppley/beppley@madisoncourier.com)

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  • Veterans group helps Madison man remove tree that endangered his home
    One area veteran can rest a little easier when he goes to bed tonight knowing that a big source of his stress has been removed. The last pieces of a large tree looming over Robert Davidson’s home were removed today after the 82-year-old veteran caught the attention of a nonprofit organization that helps Hoosier veterans.
  • Kabuki Othello
    For its latest production, Hanover College Theatre offers a show unlike any other performed this season. Japanese tradition and inspirations from English literature blend together in Kabuki Othello, debuting tonight.
  • Carlos  Santana - A tribute featuring Bill Lancton
    While most other San Francisco bands were making names for themselves in the late 1960s with blues-based rock ‘n’ roll, Carlos Santana hit the music scene introducing his brand of Latin-infused music that also blended the rhythms of jazz and salsa, with some blues added in for good measure.
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