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  • Mary Beth Hamilton and her brother, Mike Hall, who own The Pines Restaurant in Madison and other food operations in Seymour, have decided after 37 years to close the Madison site on March 31.
  • Pollinator Group sells nearly 6,000 plants
    The Jefferson County Pollinator Group sold almost 6,000 plants to 170 customers and was still counting midday Wednesday.
  • Prince of Peace new principal
    Bethany Fewell, curriculum director of Prince of Peace Catholic Schools, has been appointed principal of the elementary school.
  • Hey Joe, where you going with that guitar in your hand?
    If you’re an aspiring, struggling guitar player like me, Joe Perkinson might actually tick you off a little bit. You see, Joe never really had to practice that much to get as good as he is. And, as any musician will tell you, he is very good on guitar, not to mention a host of other instruments.
  • Update: Commissioners agree to move forward with new jail site

    The Jefferson County Commissioners voted Thursday evening to accept the jail committee's recommendation to begin the purchasing processes for part of a property located north of J A Berry Lane, west of the former Robus Leather building. Commissioners David Bramer and Robert Little voted to in favor of moving forward and are still planning to look into purchasing around 50 acres of the more than 80-acre parcel. Commissioner Ron Lee was absent due to a death in the family. The county council is expected to take the first action regarding this potential jail site during their first meeting in April. 

    Midday Update:

    The Jefferson County Exploratory Jail Committee moved Wednesday night to recommend a site on Madison’s hilltop to consider for the new jail. The county commissioners will meet tonight, but it was unclear at publication time whether the commissioners will discuss the recommendation. The Madison Courier will update this story as soon as the information can be obtained. 

  • The Jefferson County Insurance Committee will meet in executive session today, Thursday, March 21, at 10 a.m. at the Jefferson County Courthouse. 
  • South Street in Dupont will be closed from Monday, March 25 until Friday, March 29. 
  • The Madison Economic Development Commission cleared the way in two public hearings Wednesday afternoon for the city to move ahead with processes to match millions of dollars in funding for two local economic development projects — the former Cotton Mill and Armor Plastics. 
  • Development ordinance vote delayed
    The Madison City Council last night tabled the vote on the city’s proposed bond ordinance for major economic development projects. 
  • The Jefferson County Public Defender Board will meet at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, March 20 in the Jefferson County Superior Court. It’s agenda includes reviewing up-to-date numbers, board membership, electing officers and a new public defender. 
  • Fasten your seatbelt
    A seatbelt saved a driver from serious injury Monday morning when his vehicle clipped the concrete curb and rolled off the road in the 2500 block of Clifty Drive on Madison’s hilltop.
  • Students become junior deputies in Scott County visit
    Scott County Sheriff Jerry Goodin had a group of students from Grace Christian Academy visit the Scott County Police Department on March 15. 
  • SELLERSBURG — Indiana State Police Sellersburg Post arrested eight drivers on charges of operating while intoxicated over the March 8 weekend, according to Officer Carey Huls of the ISP Sellersburg post. 
  • The Jefferson County Highway Department closed Brushy Fork Road for excavation and road stabilization Monday morning. 
  • CARROLLTON, Kentucky ­— The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office arrested three subjects last Thursday after a joint investigation with the Kentucky State Police and the Owen County Sheriff’s Office resulted in the execution of a search warrant and the seizure of about 14 grams of methamphetamine. 
  • The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will be doing a controlled burn today, March 19, starting about 1 p.m. in Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge.
  • Pollinator plant procrastinators have until 4 p.m. Monday to order and pay for pollinator plants at the Jefferson County Soil and Water Conservation District office, 3767 W. State Road 256.
  • The late Indiana State Police Col. Robert (Bob) Cline will be honored this weekend with a memorial service Sunday afternoon and processional tributes from Madison to Cline’s boyhood home of Osgood.
  • The National Weather Service says it plans to survey storm damage in southern Indiana after high winds, hail and possible tornadoes swept across the state Thursday. 
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