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With concerns about the coronavirus pandemic, it is estimated that nationwide there will be more voters than ever submitting their votes through the mail for this year’s general election. Thos…
Madison County has had 674 total COVID-19 cases since March, according to the Georgia Department of Public Health, including 43 over the past week and five people hospitalized.
Madison County head coach Chris Smith says there’s one key thing his Red Raiders must do this week when they host Monroe — hold onto the ball.
Madison County Coach Ken Morgan knows this time of the year is the payoff for months of hard work — October, when softball glory is there for the taking.
The Madison County volley Raiders downed Washington Wilkes in convincing fashion Sept. 22, (25-7, 25-10, 25-11).
The Red Raider Basketball program will hold a golf tournament Saturday, Oct. 24 at Highland Walk Golf Course.
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- Madison County residents act in local theater production
- Library has new books to check out
- Hull man charged with family violence
- Red Raiders aim to eliminate turnovers against Monroe
- State school head takes pressure off high-stakes testing this year
- Homestretch: Red Raiders face big region games in final two weeks of regular season
- County sees lower increase in cases
- MCMS Mustangs win season opener
- IDA approves major water line project
- MCCPC puts protest on billboard
- Hull man faces family violence charge
- RICHARDS: Missing inspiration and leadership from our country
- LETTER: To the person who stole my Biden-Harris sign
- BOE to consider new phase of ABM agreement
- Madison Co. in fight for region title
- The taste of victory: Red Raiders come from behind for first win of 2020
- Census taker frightened during call at home
- MITCHAM: ‘Everything in the trench was light’
Dear Editor: (This is an open letter to the Madison County Board of Commissioners.) As a follow up to my email of Aug. 31 to which I’ve received no reply, and further in light of board member statements made at the Sept. 14 BOC meeting, I am reaching out to members of the board once again.
“When the atomic bomb went off, everything in the trench was light. There were no shadows and there was crackling like electricity, the flash, then loud noise and out of the corner of my eyes,…
I am spending a lot of time at home now, probably more than I ever have since I was a stay-at-home mom with two small children. When I am busy and away from home a lot, it’s always something I…
Dear Editor: This letter is addressed to the person who took my sign supporting Biden-Harris in the upcoming presidential election, the one posted on my property on Hwy. 191.
Dear Editor: So commissioners Theresa Bettis, Brian Kirk and Derek Doster have agreed to revisit the noise ordinance. What took them so long?
The Piedmont College Department of Theater presented "Trojan Women" Sept. 10-13 at the Swanson Mainstage Theater. Directed by Professor Bill Gabelhausen, Piedmont's production of "Trojan Women" held true to much of the language as it was written by Euripides in 415 B.C., but is set in the ne…
Before David Harrison was a decorated educator at Madison County High School, he was a 2000 Red Raider honor graduate, who was also a captain of the soccer team and a state qualifier on the cr…
Tymon Young knew he needed a change. He was struggling with classes, not staying focused and feeling a lack of accomplishment. So Young spoke to his high school counselor and decided to enroll…