05: Fair Play Fire Co. 1 won its second consecutive waterball fight after climbing back into competition from the consolation bracket.

08: High river levels resulting from excess rain forced officials to cancel the Indiana Governor's Cup Madison Regatta, the first time the race hadn't been run in its 63-year history.

11: Carrollton resident Zach Vannarsdall submitted the winning name - Ziva - in a contest to name the new zebra at the Louisville Zoo.

12: The Jefferson County Health Department confirmed an area near the wastewater treatment plant in Madison tested positive for West Nile virus.

12: Kentucky officials announced Judy Construction Co. of Cynthiana, Ky., would be fined $4,400 per day until the KY 36 bridge in Carroll County was completed.

13: Julianne Steger was named the historic preservation coordinator for Madison.

15: Avaleen Price, 1, of Carrollton, died after drowning in the family's swimming pool.

16: Jayce Stallings, 3, of Deputy, drowned in Patoka Lake in Crawford County.

16: All government agencies signed off on an inter-local agreement to provide a consolidated 911 dispatch center for the county.

18: Twelve teenagers from North ern Ireland came to Madison as part of the Ulster Project.

29: Lexington woman Nancy Burton, 47, drowned in Hardy Lake in Scott County.

30: The first phase of Carroll County's Park to Park trail neared completion.

30: Madison Police announced that department police dog Laykos was ill.

31: Human remains found near Brooksburg were estimated to be hundreds of years old by an anthropologist. Authorities suspected heavy rainfall in the area washed down the remains from an old gravesite.