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  • A body found buried in a shallow grave in Shelby County, Ky., during a Kentucky State Police investigation was identified Tuesday by the Louisville medical examiner’s office as Angela Hall, 34, of La Grange. 
  • 4-hour standoff on Mulberry St. ends peacefully
    A four-hour standoff between Madison Police and a Louisville man ended peacefully Tuesday morning after officers were called to Mulberry Street because of an individual showing what was believed to be a gun. 
  • The Indiana Department of Transportation is hosting a public open house regarding Project 421 – the study of the half-mile section of U.S. 421 through downtown Madison that approaches the Milton-Madison Bridge. 
  • Jets zoom past Shawe after close start
    HOPE — Hauser took control of a close game with a big second quarter and never looked back, rolling to an 82-42 win over Shawe Memorial in the boys basketball season opener for both teams on Tuesday. 
  • Hanover men run away from Spalding 72-47 to win home opener by 25
    Hanover College used a late run in the first half to get some breathing room on Spalding (Ky.) University and then ran away from the Golden Eagles in the second half to win 72-47 in Tuesday’s men’s basketball home opener at Collier Arena. 
  • Madison’s swims teams opened the season Tuesday by hosting Seymour in a dual meet at the junior high pool. The short-handed Cubs were swept by the deeper Owls with the girls falling 134-35 and the boys losing 121-41. 
  • Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree
    The Christmas season officially begins Friday as Light Up Madison brings a glow to Main Street. 
  • Forrester-Welty vows exchanged
    Meghan Forrester and Brye Welty, both of Madison, exchanged vows Saturday, May 30, 2015, at North Madison Christian Church. Pastors Robby King and Tim Chandler presided. 
  • Teach kids how to get along with others
    On October 16, 2015, The New York Times ran an article written by Claire Cain Miller titled “Why What You Learn in Preschool Is Crucial at Work.” 
    The homeowners of six Main Street residences – as well as other area locations – will open their doors this weekend to welcome visitors on an annual holiday homes tour. 
  • HOMECOMING: Dave and Whitney perform tonight
    A country duo with local roots will return to Madison tonight for a musical homecoming. Dave and Whitney Campbell will perform from 8 to 11 p.m. at Old Market on Main, 801 W. Main St. Fellow Nashville musician Taylor Henry is the pair’s opening act. 
  • The New Balance returns as part of RiverRoots series
    The RiverRoots Music Series returns this week with a performance by The New Balance. The southeastern Indiana bluegrass band will take the stage at 8 p.m. Friday at the Red Bicycle Hall. 
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