Dave Horvath, E.O. Muncie Elementary School assistant principal, was promoted to principal Tuesday during a special meeting of the Madison Consolidated School Board.
They put him in the electric chair. First, they put the electrodes on his head and then all of his extremities were clamped down.
The Jefferson County Drug Court recently graduated three people from the program.
“Imagination will often carry us to worlds that never were. But without it we go nowhere.” – Carl Sagan
High School’s Cub Manufacturing was named a second runner-up in the
Bridgestone Tire: Fuel the Cause contest, and will receive a $3,000.00
Town & Country
Florist will be moving from its location at the corner of Main Street
and Broadway to 207 E. Main St. Owners Bud and Mindy Thevenow have
purchased the building that formerly was home to the Madison Nut &
The Barbershop, owned by Aimee Lynch, will be moving from its 601 W. Main St. location, to 602 W. Main St.
Only on the job a
week, Mark Mellang is still adjusting to his new surroundings. But, as
the new director of the Jefferson County Public Library, he’s eager to
guide the program into a new age.
Demolition crews were at work Thursday at the Madison Plaza tearing down walls and salvaging metal. The former Madison Plaza and vacant Hardee’s restaurant are being torn down. Workers have discovered some asbestos, but city building inspector Mark Johnson said that will not slow the demolition.
Motherhood and all
the ups and downs that come with it take center stage at the Ohio
Theatre this weekend as the Little Grand Theatre Company performs “The
The Ohio Theatre will soon screen an indie sci-fi film with Indiana roots.
A country music group
with a hit single currently climbing the charts will headline the
musical entertainment for the 44th annual Swiss Wine Festival later this
Riverfront Run Car Show will be held Saturday in downtown Madison. The
event, in its fifth year, follows a Friday night poker run and concert
by southern Indiana-based cover band, The Rumors.