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    ­Many participants who go on rides with the Madison Area Bicycle Club do so for the health benefits or love of cycling – but others go along for the social aspect of the ride.

  • E.O. Muncie principal resigns
    E.O. Muncie principal Leslie May has resigned effective immediately.

  • Pettitt alone in race for Hanover clerk-treasurer
    Donna Pettitt, a Democrat, is the only candidate for Hanover clerk-treasurer in the May 5 primary election. There is no Republican on the ballot for the office. Pettitt answered questions submitted by The Madison Courier.

  • Friends To Become Foes
    Cam Rogers and Coleman Jackson spent the past four years working together to help elevate Southwestern’s soccer program to one of the best in the area. Now they’ll spend the next four years trying to beat each other.

  • Kelsi Konkle struck out 10 and Switzerland County squeezed out four runs on just six hits to beat Southwestern 4-0 in softball Monday in Vevay.

  • Carroll County baseball blew open a close game with six runs in the sixth inning and cruised to a 10-1 win over Henry County on Monday in New Castle, Ky.


    Destiny Schroeder and Cade Thornsberry were crowned queen and king of the Trimble County High School prom Saturday.


    Amber Moore and Logan Hembree were crowned queen and king recently at the Carroll County High School prom.

  • Pets of the Week - April 28, 2015

    Isabella likes attention on her terms She is every type of cat wrapped into one — it just depends on her mood. She would make a good mouser as she likes to catch things. The Madison-Jefferson County Animal Shelter currently has more than 7 dogs and puppies, and 14 cats and kittens available. Pictures of additional pets waiting for adoption can be viewed at www.sisaveapet.com.

  • Embrace mystery and magic for older readers
    Every day we weigh-in on a multitude of things. Should we or shouldn’t we do X? What is the best procedure? Is it possible? Do we have to believe “it” because someone says it is so? Can we find another door to go through (instead of banging our head against the one that hasn’t opened in ages)? On and on it goes.

    Vectren officials presented a $10,000 check to city officials Friday afternoon for the Alley Activation project, which is expected to begin later this year. 
  • Where There’s a Will, There’s a Murder
    The Switzerland County High School Drama Club and Music Department plans to present the school’s first dinner theater show next month, but advanced tickets, which are required for the show, are on sale now.

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