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In search of the last resting place
At a popular illegal dump site off Bybee Loop in Waco, two marble grave markers were among some items found there by Pat and Ronnie Aldridge, residents who live about 250 yards from the area.
Fiscal court awards EMA bids
Two more bids were awarded at Tuesday’s Madison County Fiscal Court meeting for the emergency operations agency.
Intoxicated man charged with wanton endangerment
A 27-year-old Richmond man was charged Sunday with second-degree wanton endangerment after he was found intoxicated and walking with several young children in the Keystone Drive area, according to a Richmond police report.
Absentee voting available for May 20 election
Walk-in absentee voting for the May 20 primary has begun and will continue until May 19, County Clerk Kenny Barger announced Tuesday at the Madison Fiscal Court meeting.
Friday last day to collect pop tabs for Tab-a-Pullooza
Before throwing that soda can in the recycling bin, twist off the pop tab and donate it to a local elementary or middle school for this year’s Tab-a-Pullooza celebration.
- In search of the last resting place
Madison Southern's Casey Dionne, left, and Central's Will Hinton battle it out in the 110 meter hurdles during the Madison Central All-Comers meet in Richmond.
H.S. TRACK: Central, Southern, Model and Berea athletes take titles at All-Comers Meet
The Madison Central boys and girls track teams dominated the competition in an All-Comers Meet Tuesday in Richmond.
H.S. SWIMMING: Madison Central’s Ford to swim for Xavier
Molly Ford has been swimming competitively since she was just five years old.
H.S. BASEBALL: Indians pick up fourth-straight victory
The Madison Central baseball team picked up its fourth-straight win with an 8-1 victory Tuesday in London over North Laurel.
- H.S. TRACK: Central, Southern, Model and Berea athletes take titles at All-Comers Meet
- Lifestyles & Community
Beef Cattle Association field day is Thursday
Make plans to attend the Madison County Beef Cattle Association field day on Thursday from 5 to 7:30 p.m. The event will take place at the farm of Dr. Eugene Bowling, 1437 Barnes Mill Road in Richmond. Signs will be posted.
This meeting qualifies as a CAIP educational component.
- Eat local and eat with the seasons
- Proper care enables planting of Easter lilies
- Beef Cattle Association field day is Thursday
Education a priority? Don’t believe it
They did it – more or less.
They got a budget, they got a road plan and they got out of town on time.
- Did you miss small business health-care tax credit?
- Compromise is not that simple
- Education a priority? Don’t believe it