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  • A man who faces more than a dozen criminal charges in Jefferson County had his bail revoked Tuesday after a judge decided he violated court-ordered pretrial release conditions.

  • Area fire departments responded to a house fire around 8:15 p.m. Wednesday. The fire caused East State Road 56 to be closed for several hours.


    Shortly before 5 p.m. Tuesday, a large trash container caught fire on property located at 9769 State Road 7. Dupont Assistant Fire Chief Tom Johnson said the trash container contained wood, insulation and metal, allowing flames to reach eight to 10 feet above the top of the container at their peak.

  • Crest Expected Today?

    Recent heavy rain has the Ohio River on the rise once again, but Madison Regatta officials are confident there will be a race this weekend.

  • Madison grappler Tingle to wrestle for Indiana Tech

    Chris Tingle injured his knee shortly before this year’s Hoosier Hills Conference championships. But rather than sit back and wave his senior year good-bye, he continued to battle and fell two wins shy of a trip to the IHSAA state finals.

  • CINCINNATI — After a long wait to get started, Anthony DeSclafani had a hard time doing anything quickly.

  • Maneks celebrate 50th anniversary

    George and Alcia Manek of Hanover celebrate their 50th anniversary June 25. The couple exchanged vows June 25, 1965 at Scottsburg First Baptist Church. Rev. Richard Heck officiated.

  • McSherry-Zink engagement announced

    Megan Elizabeth McSherry of Palatine, Ill., and Robert Riley Zink of Madison announce their engagement and September wedding.

  • Free event item listings must be in writing and hand-carried, mailed, faxed or e-mailed to The Madison Courier two weeks before the date of the activity or meeting. The Madison Courier is at 310 West St., Madison, IN 47250. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The fax number is (812) 273-6903 and the e-mail address is zelda@madisoncourier.com.


    Summer campers cooled off during the Clash of the Titans: Greek Revival Olympics on Tuesday afternoon before the storms rolled into Madison.


    Mark Johnson directs the Madison Community Concert Band in the group’s “A Tribute to America!” concert. The 49-member band performed in the Brown Gym on Tuesday night after thunderstorms forced the concert inside.

  • Books can help children explore bullying

    Occasionally being the brunt of someone’s nasty behavior doesn’t feel good but is manageable. Having to endure a constant diet of being bullied is quite a different story.

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