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  • 2019 Golden Shamrocks to Chris and Anne Higgins
    Chris and Anne Higgins are the 2019 Golden Shamrock award recipients, Princie of Peach Schools announced Monday. 
  • Time to watch as  birds flee winter
    About 4:30 last evening, a large kettle of black vultures moved through downtown Madison. The flock, a hundred or more, split in two, one-half circled a home on Telegraph Hill while the other half roosted on the old Cotton Mill building at Vaughn Drive and St. Michael’s along the riverfront. 
  • The City of Madison closed Telegraph Hill this morning around 10 a.m. for paving.
  • Carroll Co. boys dominate early, hang on late for 3rd straight win
    Carroll County played an almost perfect game — for three and a half quarters at least — to knock off Henry County 70-60 in the boys portion of a varsity girls-boys doubleheader at home on Tuesday.
  • Madison swimmer Valeria Gonzalez continued her recent hot streak with her third school record in as many meets in the Cubs’ dual meet at Jeffersonville on Tuesday.

    Gonzalez, who broke Bethany Keeton’s 10-year-old record in the 50-yard freestyle last Thursday, broke it again Tuesday with a win in 24.52, a time that was .14 seconds faster than her mark on Thursday.
  • Rebels ride press defense to comeback over Braves
    Southwestern battled back from a nine-point deficit in the third quarter to outscore Borden 30-11 the rest of the way for a 49-38 comeback girls basketball win on Tuesday in Hanover.
  • INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indiana Department of Child Services is requesting an additional $286 million per year in funding to help the struggling agency keep up with its rising caseloads and address lingering issues within the child welfare system.
  • ANDERSON – Officials at Anderson Community Schools are frustrated that about 40 percent of students did not come to school at Highland Middle School and Anderson High School on Monday following a threat Saturday on social media.
  • Local groups in state move on threats to native plants
    Amber Slaughterbeck had no way of realizing 15 years ago when she still lived in her hometown of Lafayette how much impact on her life a workshop at Turkey Run State Park would have.
  • 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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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!
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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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