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  • HONORING THEIR SACRIFICE
    A woman assured a young child at her side that the raindrops she was wiping from her face were tears falling from the sky. The rain Monday during the Memorial Day ceremony at the Indiana Veterans Memorial Cemetery seemed appropriate for the solemn occasion that it was.















     
  • He knows the pain
    AUSTIN — Brandon Terry reaches his hand into a brown paper bag and tosses its contents onto his coffee table — a pack of syringes, sterile cotton swabs, a ream of condoms. He also has an orange box with hazardous warning stickers on the side. 
  • WHEELING INTO MADISON
    Auto enthusiasts — and those just dreaming of days past —  gathered on Madison’s riverfront Saturday for the fifth annual Riverfront Run Car Show. More than 300 cars, trucks and motorcycles lined Vaughn Drive and neighboring streets to be judged in the annual contest. 
  • Lady Cubs bow out to Corydon Central, 2-0

    SALEM — Madison made only two mistakes all game but it was two too many in a 2-0 loss to Corydon Central in the Class 3A Softball Sectional at Salem on Monday.



     
  • Pacers shake off cobwebs, dust off Austin, 11-1

    Switzerland County’s five-day break without playing a game didn’t bode well early but the Pacers shook off the cobwebs late to run away with an 11-1 win in six innings over Austin in the opening round of the 2A Sectional 45 softball tournament in Vevay.

     
  • Carroll ousted by Collins at 8th Region

    SHELBYVILLE, Ky. — Carroll County waited out a lengthy rain delay, battled it out with a tough first round opponent and then closed out its season with a surprising 10-0 loss to Collins in the opening round of the Eighth Region Baseball Tournament on Monday at a damp Shelby County Athletic Complex.

     
  • Joneses celebrate 50th anniversary

    Verlin and Elizabeth “Betty” Sommer Jones of Madison celebrated their 50th anniversary on May 20. The couple married May 20, 1965, at St. Patrick’s Church in Madison. Rev. Hilary Meny presided.

     
  • Hanover graduates 245 from Class of 2015
    Hanover College celebrated its 182nd commencement Saturday in an afternoon ceremony at The Point on the Hanover  campus. The 245 graduates of the class of 2015 are the most diverse in school history. 
  • Pets of the Week - May 26, 2015

    Robert was left at the shelter with his five siblings. They’ve all been adopted, so the best was saved for last! The Madison-Jefferson County Animal Shelter currently has more than 15 dogs and puppies, and 32 cats and kittens available. Pictures of additional pets waiting for adoption can be viewed at www.sisaveapet.com.

     
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