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  • BOMB SUSPECT FACES FED CHARGES
    The Madison man who was arrested for detonating two pipe bombs in Madison earlier this year now faces three federal charges relating to the incidents.
  • The Jefferson County Plan Commission filed a civil lawsuit this week against a couple who allegedly continue to use property on Deputy Pike as a gun range after being ordered to stop.
  • Gleeson resigning as county assessor
    Jefferson County Assessor Tina Gleeson said she’ll miss the people she gets to interact with as she prepares to resign from office next month. She and her family will be moving after her husband accepted a job in Louisville.
  • Rebels outlast Milan on Sampson’s single in 13th
    Southwestern and Milan staged the type of epic showdown on Friday that should be mandatory for all sectional championship games, a 13-inning marathon that featured huge plays, momentum shifts and at least three different heroes. As the old cliché goes, it’s just a shame somebody had to lose.
  • Tryouts for American Legion Post 9’s baseball team are at 6 p.m. on Tuesday at Madison Consolidated High School’s O’Neal Field. For more info, call Tim Armstrong (812) 801-7801 or Joe Jenner (812) 701-0166.
  • Madison’s archery program is holding a series of fundraisers to send the junior high and high school team to the National Archery in the Schools program World Tournament June 24-26 in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
  • Old Court Days
    The sidewalks surrounding the Jefferson County Courthouse became a bustling marketplace as Old Court Days began Friday. As shoppers made their way downtown Friday morning, vendors put the finishing touches on their booths. Old Court Days, hosted by the Pilot Club of Madison, continues until 6 p.m. today before reopening from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.
  • Water aerobics start Monday at Crystal Beach
    Summer water aerobics classes are set to begin Monday morning at Crystal Beach swimming pool.
  • May 2, 1866 - Anonymous letters are the certain signs of a character in which natural cowardice and meanness are blended together. We received one some time ago, and another very lately, short and bitter
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