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Be sure and pickup Saturday's Madison Courier for Courierarea flooding information. (Photo by Tali Hunt)
  • INDIANAPOLIS – Gov. Eric J. Holcomb today issued a disaster emergency for 11 Indiana counties in response to widespread flooding and infrastructure damage caused by sustained heavy rainfall.
  • Treasured memories of young mother lost
    Brutally honest, ambitious, inspiring. The family of Teelah Kappeler can recall easily what they loved most about her and what memories they never want to forget.

    Those who loved her will pay tribute to her today at a memorial service at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Madison.
  • As Ohio River waters rise with the incoming flood, Carrollton Utilities began preparations by shutting off gas meters at riverfront residences in Milton. Rural residents and local businesses will be without gas from Carrollton Utilities until water levels begin to lower.
  • Local farmers contribute to Madison FFA
    County farmers Tony and Lisa Hammock directed $2,500 to Madison FFA as part of the America’s Farmers Grow Communities program, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund.
  • Senior Dance: The Madison Parks Department will host a dance featuring the music of Alliance at 6 p.m. at the Brown Gym. Doors open at 5 p.m. Admission is $5. For more information, call (812) 265-4758.
  • Imaginative books sweep kids away
    Sometimes we all need to escape for a bit, and that’s as true for kids as it is for adults. The good news is an escape doesn’t have to mean a trip to Tahiti or Disney. A great escape is as simple as a book that’s packed with imagination, like the three books reviewed today and the three recommended by your local librarian.

    Why wait? Escape now and enjoy the adventure – read!
  • Jefferson County and the City of Madison have been monitoring and reacting to situations caused by the ongoing rainfall and flooding. 
  • Roads submerged
    Throughout Jefferson County, the Ohio River, creeks, culverts and ditches were flooded Friday, causing road closures, evacuations, and other precautionary measures. 
  • OLD MAN RIVER KEEPS ROLLIN’
    Flood warnings continue for the Ohio River Valley as the river inches upward after rainfall that is expected to continue into the weekend. Minor flooding is expected. 
  • This will be updated Monday through Saturday once daily or as need arises. All information will be archived if the public would like to search it at a later date.

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Hanover College Winter Break at 12:00 AM on 2/23/2018
Start Time: 2/23/2018 12:00:00 AM
End Time: 3/4/2018 11:00:00 PM
February 23 - Hanover College winter break begins.
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St. Marks 11th Annual Neighborhood Health Fair at 10:00 AM on 2/24/2018
Start Time: 2/24/2018 10:00:00 AM
Location: 222 E. Spring Street
New Albany, IN 47150
End Time: 2/24/2018 3:00:00 PM
Telephone: 812-945-2569
Email: office@stmarksucc.org
Website: www.stmarksucc.org
St. Mark's United Church of Christ, 222 E. Spring St., New Albany, will host its 11th annual Neighborhood Health Fair from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 24th, 2018. This community event provides health and wellness services for adults and children at no cost. Free vision screenings and eyeglasses provided by WaterStep Ministries and Lions Club; flu shots and blood pressure screenings by Baptist Health Floyd; haircuts; chiropractic screenings by McAllister Chiropractic; women's health education; HIV and Hepatitis testing and education/resources through Foundations Family Medicine/AIDS Health Foundation; Dental screenings and education. Resources on family literacy, alcohol/substance abuse, health insurance, social services, financial planning and other physical and mental health needs will be available at no cost. Free clothing items provided by St. Marks Clothes Closet. Mammograms and Women’s Wellness exams provided through Nortons Mobile Unit—space is limited. Norton’s services ONLY call 502-899-6842 to pre-register/insurance accepted/walks in welcome as available. Refreshments will be served all day, with a free hot meal served from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Bilingual and American sign interpreters will be available. For more information, please call St. Marks at 812-945-2569 or e-mail at office@stmarksucc.org
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