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  • A published report says the Kentucky Attorney General’s office is investigating the Carrollton Police Department after a mentally ill jail inmate was shipped to Florida instead of to a mental hospital for an evaluation.

  • Workers excavating an empty underground diesel fuel storage tank at the former King’s Daughters’ Hospital at 120 Presbyterian Ave., discovered signs of an old leak.

  • A Madison woman appeared in court Friday following her arrest on drug charges after an off-duty officer advised others of a vehicle that ran a stop light and did not have license plates visible.

  • Panthers Crank It Up

    Brian Crank is no stranger to the Courierarea, having helped guide three local basketball programs over the last 12 years as both a junior varsity girls head coach and varsity boys assistant. Never though has Crank held the reins to lead an entire program.

  • White ready to go distance with Indiana State track, cross country

    Quenton White may be late to this whole running sports thing, but the Madison senior has certainly made up for lost time.

  • Tryouts for the 2015 Madison American Legion Post 9 baseball team will  at 6 p.m. on Tuesday at Shawe Memorial High School. All area players are invited to tryout for the team, which plays games starting in early June through late July.


    Seventy-nine high school seniors walked into the Southwestern High School gymnasium Friday night for the last time as students before exiting with a new title – alumni.

  • What better way to beat the summer heat than a trip to the frozen beauty of Antarctica or the cool silence of space?

  • Area theater groups offer summer drama workshops for kids

    Three local theater groups will host summer workshop for children. The Little Grand Theatre Company, Vevay’s Historic Hoosier Theater and Madison Community Players will provide participants with experience auditioning and performing during the programs in June and July.

  • Miss Regatta Pageant has first two contestants

    The 2015 Miss Regatta Scholarship Pageant has its first two contestants. The pageant will be limited to the first 15 entries.

  • May 1, 1865 Peace ….Think of it, friends!  Before another harvest, the best armies the world ever saw will have been mustered out of service, and returned to the peaceful pursuits of private life.  Husband and wife – father and child – brother and sister – child and parent – will again embrace each other, as in times of old. Proudly can we point to the starry banner of America as being the emblem of the nation that is indeed and truth “the land of the FREE and the home of the BRAVE.”

  • Grote Industries showcases success during ‘I Make America’ campaign

    Congressman Luke Messer raised the steel hammer a few feet off the ground and let go. Gravity pulled the hammer’s cylindrical head downwards and it crashed into a strip of LED lights.

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