In her first time competing in a pageant, Hanna Maria Doty navigated her way through an interview, then commanded attention on-stage before being crowned 2015 Jefferson County Fair Queen on Saturday.
The Miss Preteen Regatta top three, left to right: winner, Gabriella Hembree; first runner-up, Syrenia Hardy; second runner-up, Chloe Ferris.
The top finishers for Little Miss Regatta 2015, left to right: winner, Ashley Hartman; first runner-up, Aubrey Rohwer; second runner-up, Destani Harmon.
A sampling of local real estate agents shows that most believe the Jefferson County housing market is improving.
Deb Parcell, this summer’s M.A.I.N. intern, will spend the summer working on projects for both HMI and the Main Street Program.
Andy Wittry joined The Madison Courier newsroom as a Eugene S. Pulliam intern through the Hoosier State Press Association.
The Starving Artist
Collection, 228 E. Main St., opened at its new location recently. The
store, owned by Bruce Merriman, relocated from Scottsburg.
River Valley Bancorp,
the Indiana corporation and holding company for River Valley Financial
Bank, announced on June 16 that it had declared a cash dividend of $0.23
per share of its common stock for earnings attributable to the quarter
ending June 30.
The Thornton Terrace
Health Campus in Hanover has announced the results of its annual
recertification survey from the Indiana Department of Public Health.
Eight contestants will compete for the title of 2015 Jefferson County Fair Queen at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at the North Madison Christian Church.
This year’s HIV outbreak in Scott County has some area residents wondering if they should be tested.
A week of festivities
leads up to the Madison Regatta’s three days of hydroplane racing and
Sunday’s main event – the race for the Indiana Governor’s Cup on the
Four days of music on the river will fill the nighttime air along the riverfront during Madison Regatta festival week.
The Village Lights
Bookstore will host an open mic poetry night from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday,
and community members are invited to participate. The event will also
feature a special guest poet, Adam Day.
The movie “Madison” will be shown as part of the Mayor’s Movies in the Park series at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday in Bicentennial Park.