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College Briefs

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Calhoun receives SACS re-accreditation
Calhoun Community College has received official notification from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges of the school's reaffirmed accreditation. The re-accreditation status is effective through 2012. To complete the re-accreditation process, Calhoun is required to submit a follow-up report in September.
"Two or Three Things I Know For Sure" to premier at UAH
The University of Alabama in Huntsville will premier an original adaptation to Dorothy Allison's memoir Two or Three Things I Know For Sure at 7 p.m. on Saturday, July 27. The production will be held in Roberts Recital Hall and is sponsored by the UAH Women's Studies Program. Tickets are $10, general admission, or $5 for Friends of Women's Studies and students. Advance tickets are available at None Such Gifts located at 603 Pratt Ave. from 11a.m. – 3 p.m. Monday-Saturday. The show is not recommended for children under 16 as it deals with issues of domestic violence and incest.

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Players gain skills in Fall Scholars Chess Tournament

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Check out the October 2022 Madison Living Magazine

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World War II veteran Major Wooten, 105, loved country and his family

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Madison Street Festival celebrates 40th anniversary in big way

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Have a fun scare at library’s Mad Movie-A-Thon-O-Rama!

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Space Week takes Horizon students on aerospace, tech discoveries

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City urges caution as paving progresses on Hughes Road

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Madison City Chess League forms new group for adults

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Madison City Schools named best Alabama school district

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Mercy Wolverton impressively masters hi-tech study, business

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At Madison Street Festival, veterans to show fighter helicopter from Vietnam War

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Local marching bands to be featured at “March on Madison” tonight

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MSF’s Community Showcase promises array of talent

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Brooms, mops in Lions Club sale to raise funds for vision projects

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Local musicians to jam at Madison Street Festival

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Trash Pandas fall 4-2, Tennessee evens series

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Athletic Hall Of Fame Accepting Nominations

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Railyard BBQ Brawl and Music Festival returns Oct. 29

Bob Jones High School

Tommy Overcash appointed to Madison Board of Education

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Children vulnerable for troubled mental health, Cook says

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Fast start leads Trash Pandas to 9-5 in playoff game 1 win

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Updating state’s 1901 Constitution on November ballot

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Boynton champions languages with ‘A Seal of Biliteracy’

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Jessica Penot to discuss ‘Haunted North Alabama’

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