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  • MODERN-DAY EXPLORERS

    Katie Moderau did in five weeks what it took explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark two years to accomplish.

     
  • STORM CUTS POWER

    Close to 1,000 Jefferson County Duke Energy customers were without power after  storms passed through the area Wednesday night. Overloaded transformers near Christ Episcopal Church on Third Street and downed trees on power lines farther east on that street left some residents without power for over an hour.

     
  • Learning to Fly

    Ten members of the Lide White Memorial Boys & Girls Club joined with adult?members of the Broken Wings R.C. Airplane Club at Jefferson Proving Ground recently for a day of remote control flying.

     
  • MARCHING TOWARD ANOTHER SEASON

    Madison Consolidated High School’s Marching Cubs worked through the early morning heat Tuesday as they prepared for the upcoming season.

     
  • Resurrection Lutheran Church welcomes new pastor Sunday

    Rev. James Smith will conduct his first worship service at Resurrection Lutheran Church on Sunday.

     
  • Free event item listings must be in writing and hand-carried, mailed, faxed or e-mailed to The Madison Courier two weeks before the date of the activity or meeting. 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 and the e-mail address is zelda@madisoncourier.com.

     
  • Turning the Page

    After retiring from teaching English for 30 years, starting a new chapter of her professional life at a library just made sense to Virgie Dowell.

     
  • Use books to encourage sibling relationship

    Siblings have a special bond, and love between siblings can often be very powerful. Of course, it may not always start out that way, particularly for the older sibling.

     
  • The World Is Their Canvas

    More than two dozen volunteers banded together last week to give a mural at Crystal Beach a fresh coat of paint. The group, led by Bonnie Peugeot — a Trimble County art teacher —?included her current and former students and a group of visiting teens from the Ulster Project.

     
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