Fans sitting along
the riverbanks watching the hydroplanes fly by on the waters of the Ohio
River might have noticed two objects flying through the air during the
Spins, dives and other high-flying airplane action may wow crowds on the ground, but it’s just another day in the office for Brett Hunter.
Shortly before noon
on Sunday, nearly an hour after the first heat was scheduled to start,
H1 Unlimited Chairman Steve David provided an update to the crowd of
anxious racing fans along the Ohio River.
The Madison Regatta
Fireworks Spectacular drew thousands to Vaughn Drive on Saturday and
even more throughout downtown Madison and the surrounding hills.
After three straight wins, former Scottsburg and Franklin College distance runner Kristopher Sandlin is starting to know the way to the finish line of the Madison Courier 10K Run really well.
Lawn chairs of all shapes and colors dotted Main Street beginning in the early morning hours Friday. By the start of the 2015 Madison Regatta parade that evening, hundreds of spectators lined either side of the street.
At an eighth of the size and a third of the speed, remote control boats make the thrill of the Regatta available to racing fans, but at a smaller scale.
Indiana’s 50th governor made a stop in Madison on Thursday to host a “community conversation” with residents.
Police arrested a Madison man twice Wednesday – once for shoplifting and later for driving while suspended – after officers warned the man during his first arrest not to drive because of the status of his license.
Madison Police arrested two people Thursday morning following the report of a disturbance on East Main Street.
Criminal and civil disputes often are settled in the Jefferson County Courthouse. Wednesday evening, one dispute was settled on the street outside the Courthouse.
A Versailles native charged with several counts of driving while intoxicated – including a count of driving while intoxicated causing death – pleaded guilty Wednesday.
A Hanover man received a sentence of five years in prison Wednesday after a jury found him guilty of drug charges in May.
A Jefferson County man admitted to his role in a September 2014 burglary of a salvage yard on Marble Hill Road.