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Civil War Sesquicentennial
This year’s Soup Stew Chili and Brew will combine the old and the new, as the Madison Chamber of Commerce continues to enhance the 13-year-old festival’s family-friendly atmosphere.
Henry, Smith in race for Council District 3
Republican Larry Henry and Democrat Robert “Derma” Smith are seeking the Madison City Council District Three seat. The winner will replace Pete Backus who is not seeking re-election. The candidates answered questions presented by The Madison Courier.
ADDRESSING DRUG ACTIVITY
The Coalition For Teens and Young Adults met at the Lide White Boys and Girls Club Wednesday night to continue work on a community resource book.
Quick goals by Owls stun Cubs at sectional
COLUMBUS — Seymour scored one goal very early and added two goals late to beat Madison 3-0 and oust the Cubs from the Class 2A Boys Soccer Sectional at Columbus on Wednesday.
Pacers unable to slow Southwestern’s quest for another trip to sectional finals
With wins over sectional foes Austin and Shawe Memorial coming into Wednesday’s semifinals, Switzerland County’s boys soccer team had the confidence it could play with everybody in the Shawe Memorial Sectional.
Walton-Verona volleyball rolls over Trimble 2-0 a third time this season
Trimble County met some stiff competition at home on Wednesday, dropping a 25-17, 25-19 decision to league-leading Walton-Verona on the Raiders’ Cancer Awareness Night in volleyball.
MPAF concert series continues with The Louisville Winds
The 2015-2016 Madison Performing Arts Foundation series continues this weekend with a performance by a Louisville-based concert wind ensemble.
Stewards celebrate 50th anniversary
Allen and Beverly Geyman Steward of Madison will celebrate their 50th anniversary Friday. The couple married Oct. 9, 1965, at Ryker’s Ridge Baptist Church. Pastor Wilson Smith presided.
Club News - October 8, 2015
The Sunshine Homemakers met Sept. 23 at Dorothy Morgan’s residence. Club president Sandi Koehler led the Extension Homemakers Club Creed and the Pledge of Allegiance.
Hanover College takes on the Bard’s most popular comedy
When William Shakespeare wrote “Much Ado About Nothing” in the late sixteenth century, it’s reasonably safe to assume he hadn’t imagined the innumerable productions of his work that would follow.
Sleepy Hollow rides into Vevay on Saturday
An annual fall event returns to Vevay this weekend with more than 40 vendors, plus activities and contests for all ages.
Rumours return to Madison Friday
Courierarea music fans are invited to relive one of most influential albums of 1977 at the Red Bicycle Hall this weekend.
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Madison Ohio River Stage - October 2015
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