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  • 46 years on the job, he takes the cake
    No one has worked longer at a single Indiana Department of Natural Resources property than Darrell Skinner, and anyone who wants to break his record will have to be on the job more than 46 years.
  • Deputies arrest 2 at storage facility on drug charges
    Jefferson County Sheriff’s deputies early Friday morning were investigating a report of suspicious activity at the Storage Express Units, 2782 Clifty Drive, when the officers located and seized 18.2 grams of methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia and U.S. currency. 
  • Candidate forum
    Candidates for office in the Nov. 6 general election appeared in a public forum Thursday night.
  • Soggy Sectional
    ELLETSVILLE ­— Three costly mistakes ruined what otherwise was a terrific performance for Madison and proved to be the difference in the Cubs’ 28-19 loss in the IHSAA Class 4A Sectional 23 quarterfinals at Edgewood on Friday.
  • A week removed from losing out on a district title against Walton-Verona, Carroll County returned home for the final time of the regular season Friday night looking to bounce back against a formidable foe in Class A No. 10 Paris. 
  • CLARKSVILLE — Providence made quick work of short-handed Switzerland County in the first round of the Class 2A Sectional 39 tournament Friday night at Murphy Stadium.
  • Monday, October 22, 2018

    • Southern Indiana Regional Development Authority, 9:30 a.m. at the Mid America Science Park in Scottsburg

    • Madison Consolidated Schools board of trustees, 3 p.m. at the Madison Consolidated Administration Building
  • WEST LAFAYETTE —Endocyte Inc., a West Lafayette biotech startup built around the cancer research of Philip Low at Purdue University, was purchased for $2.1 billion by pharmaceutical company Novartis AG, in a deal announced Thursday morning.
  • Nonprofit provides opportunity for disadvantaged youth
    NEW ALBANY — When Dan Marsden moved to New Albany in 2012, he soon realized that he wanted to help disadvantaged kids in the area who faced obstacles to success. For much of his youth, that had been his own experience.
  • HAZARD — A University of Kentucky project aimed at ridding Perry County of hepatitis C has received a $15 million federal grant, and $50 million in donated drug treatments that can cure the disease. 
  • RUSSELLVILLE — A former teacher accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student has been sentenced to 12 years in prison. 
  • FRANKFORT (AP) — As a 33-year-old mom running for a seat in the Kentucky state legislature, Josie Raymond had to figure out how to care for her two small children while she spent hours campaigning door-to-door. She needed help every Saturday, so she sent a calendar to her friends and hoped they would sign up to help.
Third Suspect Apprehended
Details emerge on armed robbery.
2018 Soup, Stew, Chili & Brew
October 3, 2018 Madison Consolidated School Board Meeting
Big O Tire Grand Re-opening
Madison Football's Senior Night

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