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  • As members of the community grieve the loss of friend and City Council Member Dan Hoffman, the question most often asked is “Why?”

    Among friends and colleagues, the next question is “Should I have seen this coming and could I have done something?”
  • LOUISVILLE ­— Kentucky is now the biggest outbreak of hepatitis A in the United States and the biggest ever recorded in both Kentucky and Louisville, according to the Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness.
    On Thursday, July 12, weekly tests at Hardy Lake found the levels of E Coli in the water to be high enough to close the beach until testing could be repeated and the amount of E Coli in the water decreased. The beach re-opened two days later, but locals were left wondering what caused the high levels and why the beach was the only area affected.
  • Bipes takes over Cubs boys soccer
    As a soccer player at Madison High School, Kyle Bipes got to experience the joy of winning several sectional championships. Now as coach, Bipes hopes to bring that feeling to a new generation of Cub soccer players.
  • Madison head girls basketball coach Sam Terrell resigned on Thursday to take a teaching position at Columbus North High School.

    Terrell took over for Rich Bagienski at the helm of the Lady Cubs and went 12-36 over two seasons.
  • Former Madison Cub basketball standout Nick Macon as well as Hanover College’s Wes McKinney and Cam Fails have each been named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches Outstanding Academic Achievement Honors Court for the 2017-18 season.
  • Special Events

    Summer Theatre Workshop: Madison Community Players will hold this workshop from 9 to 11:30 a.m. on July 16 to July 27 at the Brown Gym. This is open to all, ages third grade and up. Tuition is $35 and a student performance will be held at 7 p.m. on July 26. For more information, call (812) 493-3357.
  • The King’s Daughters’ Health Wellness Department will host Strive for 5, a five-week educational weight loss class series beginning Thursday, August 2 and ending Thursday, August 30. Classes will meet each Thursday during that five-week period from noon to 12:45 p.m. in the Elm Conference Room (basement level) at King’s Daughters’ Hospital in Madison. 

    Tom Roznowski: This Bloomington talent will share his original music, personal stories and wonderful classics at 8 p.m. on July 21 at the Thomas Family Winery. This also features Carolyn Dutton and Mike Lucas.

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