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  • Banners honoring local veterans and celebrating National Armed Forces Day are on display along some downtown streets, most lining either side of Broadway and the south side of Vaughn Drive.
  • Local schools and the Jefferson County Healthy Communities Initiative want to remind the community of resources for students and parents after a new Netflix show season that premiered last night.
  • Firecracker 10K sign-up
    Entry forms for the 40th annual Madison Courier Firecracker 10K Walk/Run are now available in a printable PDF format online at  
  • After a 24-hour delay because of rain, Shawe girls tennis punched its ticket to the Greensburg Sectional finals by defeating Southwestern 4-1 on Friday.

    Shawe advances to play Jennings County, a 3-2 winner over host Greensburg in Friday’s other semifinal.
  • Madison’s Dean finds perfect fit close to home
    Most college athletes start honing their skills and playing competitively in elementary school. That was not the case with Madison’s Regin Dean, who began playing tennis her sophomore year in high school but has been hooked and playing non-stop ever since.
  • Southwestern’s Jones stays ‘home’ at Hanover
    Not long after Coleman Jones picked up a tennis racquet, he started having hopes and aspirations of one day playing at the college level. Jones’ hard work and determination paid off this week when the Southwestern senior committed to play tennis for Hanover College next year.
  • Military News - May 18, 2018
    U.S. AIR FORCE Airman First Class Sydney Bright graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland. Bright completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness and basic warfare principles and skills. 
  • May 18

    Intro to S.T.E.M.: The Jefferson County 4-H club is hosting a workshop from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Purdue Extension Office in Jefferson County. Participants can learn how to code, build circuits and design their own video games. Registration costs $20 and for active 4-H members, it is $5. The program is for grades 6-12. Register by calling the office at (812) 265-8919.

    May 19, 2018

    Highland Reign: This energetic group will be playing Scottish and Irish music starting at 8 p.m. at the Thomas Family Winery.Help welcome new fiddler, Nathan Davis.
  • Monday, May 21

    • Board of Public Works, 11:30 a.m. at Madison City Hall; agenda will be available at
  • Men’s health event spaces filling fast
    The third annual Man Up Men’s Health Event at King’s Daughters’ Hospital, planned for this Saturday, was nearing full registration Thursday afternoon. 
  • Veteran banner dedication Saturday

    The Jefferson County veteran banner dedication will be Saturday morning at 11 at Bicentennial Park with a complimentary picnic to follow. Organizers suggest that attendees bring their own lawn chairs to be certain of enough seating. Full details are in an ad on Page A2.


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