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  • Local and state law enforcement officers arrested 32 people on criminal charges during the 2015 Madison Regatta weekend.

     
  • A Madison woman faces several misdemeanor charges after allegedly kicking out a police car’s windshield and hitting the car’s door on another vehicle causing additional damage during transport to the jail Friday.

     
  • Madison’s Board of Public Works unanimously approved two street closures for upcoming events during a meeting Monday morning.

     
  • Kelly survives Ohio River debris, Shane in Governor's Cup

    Like most people, J. Michael Kelly wasn’t sure if the water conditions would allow racing on Sunday. But in the end, he sure was glad it did.

     
  • Miss Madison Racing CEO Bob Hughes has drafted a letter of protest to H1 Unlimited Chairman Steve David contesting the outcome of Sunday’s Madison Regatta Indiana Governor’s Cup race.

     
  • Regatta fought the river and the fans won

    Not this time. For the second time in three years, Madison Regatta officials went to war against the Ohio River for control of the Wild Bill Cantrell Memorial Race Course. Two years ago, rising water forced a cancellation of the event for the first time in its 65-year history.

     
  • Pets of the Week - July 7, 2015

    Dawn is an affectionate girl with a great purr. She is a tuxedo cat and looks like she’s dressed in a black Tuxedo with a white shirt. Carver and Babbette, who are also available for adoption, are also dressed in their tuxedos. Dawn is a 1-year-old that is not fond of other cats. She and all adult cats that are not spayed or neutered are off their adoption and spay or neuter fees. Kittens, up to 1-year-old, are $35 off their adoption and spay or neuter fees. The Madison-Jefferson County Animal Shelter currently has more than 12 dogs and puppies, and 53 cats and kittens available. Pictures of additional pets waiting for adoption can be viewed at www.sisaveapet.com.

     
  • Looking Ahead items must be in writing and hand-carried, mailed, faxed or e-mailed to The Madison Courier at least two weeks before the date of the activity, meeting or event. The Madison Courier is at 310 West St., Madison, IN 47250. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The fax number is (812) 273-6903 or e-mail us at zelda@madisoncourier.com.

     
  • Ashlyn Kennedy Getz

     
  • STAR-SPANGLED WEEKEND

    Madison’s Regatta Festival week ended on a disappointing note Sunday  when the U-I Oberto/Miss Madison finished second to the U-5 Graham Trucking in the Indiana Governor’s Cup.

     
  • ‘Big E’s:’ Good food to go with good people

    BBQ is something Regatta-goers might find a lot of when checking out vendor booths along Vaughn Drive. But, according to “Big E,” you won’t find Loaded Grippos anywhere else.

     
  • Have hemp — will travel

    Jim and Amy Nicholson say they started selling their hand-made wares at festivals across the country for the simple reason that it would allow them to travel.

     
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