Bob Jones band director retires after 26 years

Bob Jones band director retires after 26 years

MADISON- One of the most enduring sights at high school football games in Madison will be missing this season. Bob Jones Band Director Doyle Thornton ... Read more

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Tim Holtcamp’s 5-year tenure on Board of Education begins June 1

MADISON – Just as one era ends on the Madison City Schools Board of Education, another one is soon to begin, with Tim Holtcamp assuming ... Read more

  1. Registration opens for ‘Be Tru & Lock’ed’ young men’s conference
  2. Bohatch chosen as James Clemens Teacher of the Year
  3. White gives 10 years of service to Madison schools

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Board acknowledges students’ 2014-2015 achievements

Board acknowledges students’ 2014-2015 achievements

MADISON - At their May 20 meeting, Madison Board of Education applauded the honors and awards that students garnered during the 2014-2015 school year. Read more

James Clemens selects Perigo as top staff member

James Clemens selects Perigo as top staff member

MADISON - Her colleagues at James Clemens High School have selected Teresa Perigo as 2015 Staff Member of the Year. Read more

6-year-old twins nix birthday gifts to help MARF

6-year-old twins nix birthday gifts to help MARF

MADISON - For the sixth birthday party, Addison and Owen Chalmers decided to forego birthday presents and instead collected food and supplies for Madison Animal ... Read more

Bob Jones names Srikakolapu valedictorian, Tian salutatorian

Bob Jones names Srikakolapu valedictorian, Tian salutatorian

MADISON - For the Class of 2015 at Bob Jones High School, Siddharth 'Siddhu' Srikakolapu is valedictorian, and Tina Tian is salutatorian. Read more

Mayor proclaims EMS week

Mayor proclaims EMS week

MADISON – Mayors of both Madison and Huntsville issued proclamations that designated the week of May 17-23, the week leading up to Memorial Day weekend, ... Read more

  1. Abreo, Chennupati named valedictorian, salutatorian at James Clemens
  2. ‘Party in the Park’ blends food, spirits and games to benefit hospital
  3. Feline Fanciers to present Championship, Household Pet Cat Show
  4. Wengrowski earns GWU’s first biomed Ph.D.
  5. New Hope elementary excels in video production
  6. For Scouts’ Gold Award, Robinson organizes track meet on Friday
  7. Madison elementary youngsters find bright side of reading
  8. Messiah Lutheran to celebrate 25th anniversary on May 23-24
  9. Taylor Shields, Bob Jones’ do-it-all student manager, signs with West Alabama
  10. Christian Women’s Job Corps offers free classes
  11. James Clemens engages in spring exhibition with Hartselle
  12. Discovery artists sweep top awards with pharmacy association
  13. Madison Gazebo Concerts promise music for all interests
  14. Horizon PTA nabs communication award for second year
  15. Marquese Burnley signs scholarship with Bethel College
  16. Columbia travels in time to revolutionary America
  17. Cross recounts April 27, 2011 in ‘What Stands in a Storm’
  18. Madison Police Foundation Carnival spins to town May 19-23
  19. Kang wins Optimist Junior Golf Tournament
  20. ‘Some Enchanted Evening’ dance thrills students at Liberty
  21. United Way concerned about slashes in state funding
  22. Rotary Club honors city employees of the year
  23. Brooks commends James Clemens’ military academy appointees
  24. Rotary president Steve Croomes passes away

Sports

AJ Harmon signs track scholarship with UAH

AJ Harmon signs track scholarship with UAH

MADISON – Bob Jones had one more student-athlete sign with a college before the class of 2015 graduated at the Von Braun Center, as AJ ... Read more

  1. Taylor Shields, Bob Jones’ do-it-all student manager, signs with West Alabama
  2. James Clemens engages in spring exhibition with Hartselle
  3. Marquese Burnley signs scholarship with Bethel College

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Schools

City Council votes out Board of Education president

MADISON – Ray White is, effective May 11 after a vote at the Madison City Council meeting, outgoing president of the Board of Education for ... Read more

Lifestyles

Veteran of the Week: Frank Drake

MADISON – For those considering joining the U.S. military during the last 1960s, there was one compelling reason to go ahead and enlist, and it ... Read more

Opinion

Lifting up our law enforcement officers

From the Publisher  Our wounded law enforcement officers need our help. Wounded Blue, Inc. is a ... Read more

Obituaries

Stephen Arthur Gathof December 29, 1929 – April 3, 2015

Stephen A. Gathof, 85, passed away peacefully on Friday, April 3, 2015 at his residence in ... Read more