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Madison students accepted into arts school
Ephranette Brown and Nicholace Cayce of Madison are two of the 94 new students admitted and enrolled at the Alabama School of Fine Arts for the 2002-2003 school year. Brown is a sophomore and studying visual arts. She is the daughter of Gloria and Ephriam Brown. Cayce is a sophomore studying dance. He is the son of Jack and Kim Cayce.
UA recognizes local graduates
The University of Alabama awarded some 1,000 degrees at summer commencement exercises held this month at the Tuscaloosa campus. Here are the local graduates: Lorna Denise Foreman Howell and Amy Michelle Nelson, both of Harvest; Janie Leigh Burns, Cindy Nichole Bates Butler, Angelia Melissa King, Madeline Alaina Sandlin, Charles Daniel Seendral, Lorei Velazco, and Lisa Michelle Wilkerson, all of Madison.
Hamblin receives Webster scholarship
Rachel Hamblin, of Madison has been selected as a recipient of a Webster University Academic Scholarship for the 2002-2003 school year. The scholarship was provided by the university endowment fund to provide financial assistance to full or part-time students who have a 3.5 or better grade point average. Webster University is a nonprofit, liberal arts university offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs. It is based in St. Louis, Mo.
Ward receives achievement award
The Savannah College of Art and Design has announced that Benjamin Eli Ward of Madison has received an outstanding achievement award in foundation studies at the college's 2002 awards ceremony. Ward was selected by the faculty and staff to receive this award, which recognizes the accomplishments in the area of foundation studies. He is a sophomore illustration student and the son of Charles and Janis Ward.
Triolo inducted into National Society of Collegiate Scholars
Leslie Michelle Triolo of Madison accepted membership in The National Society of Collegiate Scholars and will be honored during a campus ceremony this fall at The University of Alabama at Birmingham. NSCS is a highly selective, national, non-profit honors organization recognizing first and second year undergraduate students who excel academically. She was a 2001 graduate of Bob Jones High School.

Madison

Players gain skills in Fall Scholars Chess Tournament

Madison

Check out the October 2022 Madison Living Magazine

Harvest

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

Madison

Madison Street Festival celebrates 40th anniversary in big way

Madison

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

Madison

Space Week takes Horizon students on aerospace, tech discoveries

Madison

City urges caution as paving progresses on Hughes Road

Bob Jones High School

Madison City Chess League forms new group for adults

Madison

Madison City Schools named best Alabama school district

Madison

Mercy Wolverton impressively masters hi-tech study, business

Madison

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

Madison

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

Madison

MSF’s Community Showcase promises array of talent

Madison

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

Harvest

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

Harvest

Railyard BBQ Brawl and Music Festival returns Oct. 29

Bob Jones High School

Tommy Overcash appointed to Madison Board of Education

Madison

Children vulnerable for troubled mental health, Cook says

Madison

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

Harvest

Updating state’s 1901 Constitution on November ballot

James Clemens High School

Boynton champions languages with ‘A Seal of Biliteracy’

Madison

Jessica Penot to discuss ‘Haunted North Alabama’

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