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  • Dancing with the Stars
    The opportunity for children to display their talents isn’t always an equal one. A new group in the area hopes to change that. Dance-Ability, a local group for children with disabilities, will make its debut as members perform during intermission at the Jefferson County 4-H Fair Queen pageant at 7 p.m. today at North Madison Christian Church.
  • INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana officials are warning of poor air quality in four regions of the state today, including Jefferson County.
  • Courierarea organizations CARE for Kids Inc. and Second Stories Inc. were honored in a recent presentation of grants from the Indiana First Lady’s Charitable Foundation. 
  • Former Madison Cub Karen Paolozzi hitting her stride on the golf course
    After graduating from Indiana University and playing two years on the LPGA Futures Tour, Karen (Dennison) Paolozzi decided to take a step back from competitive golf. She organized tournaments as a PGA professional, got married and eventually found herself as a PGA teaching professional in Atlanta, Ga.
  • Madison Post 9 dropped a pair of games on the opening day of the Crawfordsville tournament on Friday in American Legion baseball action. The Niners suffered a 10-0 loss to host Crawfordsville Post 72 in the first game and dropped a 2-1 heart-breaker in eight innings to Danville (Ill.) Post 210 in game two.
  • Big Red Machine reunites to honor Rose
    CINCINNATI — More satisfying than hit No. 4,192? In some ways, it is for Pete Rose, who needed more time to get into the Cincinnati Reds’ Hall of Fame than it took to set baseball’s hits record.
    Exactly 200 years ago, 43 men from throughout the Indiana Territory converged on the territorial capital of Corydon to draft Indiana’s 1816 State Constitution. As part of the Hoosier State’s Bicentennial celebration, state archivist Jim Corridan and his staff have been traveling to the burial sites of each of the delegates to commemorate the roles they played in the constitutional convention.
  • Carroll County’s Beautiful Babies and Cutie Pies
    The 2016 Carroll County Fair Baby and Cutie Pie contests were held at the close of the fair.
  • The public is invited to learn more about the science, skill and service of amateur radio in an event from 1 to 5 p.m. today at Ivy Tech Community College.
  • Kasper Insurance will be relocating effective July 1. The local company, established in 1954, will move to 220 Clifty Drive, Suite D in the Village Square Plaza. The business’ website, email addresses and phone number will remain the same.
  • The Wedding Barn at Lazy Daisy Farm, 504 Mt. Carmel Road, Milton, Ky., opened for business earlier this month.
  • The Blue Cerebus Dog Bakery and Boutique closed its doors on May 30. After eight years, owner Dawn Cleary has decided to eliminate a brick and mortar location, but she continues to sell her homemade dog treats online at www.thebluecerebus.com.
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