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  • Tuesday is primary election day in Indiana. At the county level, voters will have choices to make in the Recorder, Treasurer, Coroner, Surveyor, County Commissioners and County Council races.
  • A Dearborn Superior Court judge has denied a motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the Jefferson County Board of Commissioners against the Jefferson County Industrial Development Corporation.
  • INDIANAPOLIS — The farmer versus the U.S. Marine — those are the wholesome self-portraits the two candidates seeking Indiana’s Republican nomination for U.S. Senate have tried their best to paint for voters ahead of Tuesday’s primary election.
  • Ray throws KCD a curve at All ‘A’ Semistate
    Justin Ray has been on a hunt for his curveball all season. On Friday, the Carroll County senior found it in a big way. On the same day that he officially signed with Brescia University, Ray threw his first high school no-hitter to lead the Panthers to a 6-0 win over Kentucky Country Day in the All “A” Classic Semistate at Panther Field in Carrollton.
  • Fox belts 2 homers as Cubs rout Pacers 17-6
    Border rivals Madison and Switzerland County squared off in a 17-6 softball slugfest Friday night and the Cubs’ LeAnn Fox walked away with all the souvenirs.
  • Madison track picked up a pair of wins in the girls portion of the Big Blue Relays at Jennings County on Friday.
  • One of a Kind
    This fall, Karlee Sherman won’t just be a student starting her freshman year at the University of Kentucky – she’ll be a scholar. Sherman recently found out that she is one of 350 students nationwide to receive the 2016 Dell Scholar Program scholarship from the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation.
  • Jefferson County Purdue Extension is now offering a new type of 4-H Club — 4-H Spark Club. The new club is ideal for those who might not be ready for the yearlong commitment of a traditional 4-H Club membership, those who aren’t available during the county fair in July and those who are just looking for a new focused activity.
  • On Friday, May 20, Indiana University Press will look to answer the question “What is a Hoosier?” as residents from all 92 Indiana counties are invited to submit photos of their lives taken on this one day in May.
  • Signs of the Times
    Before there were billboards, advertisements for businesses and products were painted on the front, side or back walls of buildings – any place that was visible from the street.
  • VisitMadison plans events for National Travel Tourism Week
    In honor of the 33rd annual National Travel and Tourism week, Visit Madison has scheduled special events beginning Sunday.
  • Madison Consolidated High School agriculture teacher and FFA advisor, Amanda Briggs, has been appointed to the Southeastern Regional Board of Trustees for Ivy Tech Community College.
  • This section will be updated Monday through Saturday once daily or as need arises. All information will be archived if the public would like to search it at a later date.

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