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  • Tony Novello has a vision for music mecca in Madison
    When I first moved to Madison, my next-door neighbor was this brash, fun-loving Boston transplant who worked as a chemist at the old Robus Leather factory. Our families pretty much grew up together from then on, but our friendship has always revolved around our shared love of music. 
  • A special report filed Wednesday totals the amount of money a former Jefferson County Jail commander owes the county at almost $95,000.

    Andrew L. Horine, 33, of Madison, was arrested Dec. 28, 2017, and faces felony charges including corrupt business influence, obstruction of justice, official misconduct and seven counts of theft. He also faces one misdemeanor count of theft.
  • Keeping others warm
    Two Madison Consolidated High School sophomores are running a Coats for Kids Campaign through Sunday.

    Katie Royce and Rachel Riley organized the winter clothing drive as part of a community service project for their AVID class — a class to help develop different skills such as communication, community service and college preparedness.
  • Church League Champs
    The team from 24/7 Life No. 2 won the Hallelujah Division of the 2018 Madison Church Volleyball League tournament played at Brown Gymnasium. Team members are (from left): Front row — Eli McGillan, Jacob Howell, Trayton Hostetler, Peyton Holt, Ashely Perry and Nan Warren; back row — Jordan Perry and Avery Bock.
  • Raiders get first District win since 2014
    Trimble County’s Reece Webster tied a career-high with 29 points and Evan Stevens added a career-high 18 as the Raiders hung on for a 74-72 District 29 boys basketball win at North Oldham on Wednesday night in Goshen, Kentucky.
  • The college football careers of three former Madison Cubs came to an end recently, but the memories each made will last a lifetime.

    Ryan Mitchell (Hanover College), Hunter Sego (DePauw University) and Kyle Tucker (Ohio Northern University) each graduated from Madison Consolidated High School in 2015 and were a member of the Cubs’ 2014 team that went 6-5 and posted the program’s first winning season in 22 years.
  • A husband and wife and their adult son were found dead with gunshot wounds in an Appalachian community, and investigators are trying to determine if the killings were connected to a man who fired a gun at a state police trooper as he rushed to the crime scene, Kentucky authorities said Tuesday.
  • LOUISVILLE — Hemp’s supporters are cheering a final agreement on the U.S. farm bill that would legalize the crop that’s making a comeback in Kentucky. 
  • LEXINGTON — University of Kentucky officials say a founder of one of the state’s top development companies has promised to donate $10 million to help some of its students afford college. 
Our Family's Journey Toward Wisdom
Dale and Kathy Crafton talk with us about their unique book they’ll be signing at Village Lights Bookstore in Madison.
The Pajama Game
Hanover Firefighter Admits to Starting House Fire, Arrested for Arson
2018 Madison Christmas Parade
Yielding for Emergency Vehicles Lead to 2-Car Collision
Ambulance Collision Leads To Arrest
2018 Turkey Shoot Out
Southwestern & Cub Scouts Give Thanksgiving to Local Families
Motorists hamper emergency responses
Collision in downtown Madison earlier Thursday

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Start Time: 10:30 AM
Location: 35 Equity Drive
Bedford, ky 40006
End Time: 11:30 AM
Phone: 5022557362
Sweat, Sculpt, & ROCK with POUND, the fastest growing group fitness phenomenon inspired by the infectious, energizing fun of drumming! POUND is a full body cardio jam session and you can attend a FREE class every week at the Trimble County Public Library!
Start Time: 6:00 PM
End Time: 8:00 PM
The faith-based recovery program meets from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays at Hanover Baptist Church. For more information, call (812) 801-6008 or (812) 498-8982.

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