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Madison County news

By Staff
Gillespie elected to state board
Madison County Commission Chairman Mike Gillespie has been elected to the board of directors of the statewide association that represents Alabama's county governments.
District 2, which Gillespie represents, consists of Madison and Limestone counties. The association is a statewide organization that represents county government in the state.
New water treatment facility on line
The Mountain Fork Water Treatment Facility is on line and treating more than five million gallons of water from the Cress Well in northeastern Madison County.
This is Madison County's primary water source. Prior to the switch, Madison County water customers were asked to conserve so those reservoirs could be filled to meet demand. Madison County, under mandate from the Alabama Department of Environmental Management, has spent more than $7 million and two years to construct the new water treatment facility located on 12 acres of land near New Market.
The facility can pump and filter eight million gallons of water per day. With a few modifications upon consumer need, capacity can be doubled to 16 million gallons a day.
Due to dry weather, Madison County water customers are encouraged to continue to conserve water.

Bob Jones High School

Bob Jones, Mill Creek Greenpower race teams take national titles at Talladega

Harvest

UAH workshop: Turn fear into business savvy

Bob Jones High School

Notable number of MCS students place at state in Reflections

James Clemens High School

James Clemens collects honors at tech students’ conference

Madison

Schools select Super Citizens in Liberty Legacy study

James Clemens High School

Ellenburg named ‘Staff Member of the Year’ at Columbia

Bob Jones High School

Digital version of The Madison Record – May 22, 2024

Bob Jones High School

Samantha Chan Selected Presidential Scholar- Uses Swimming And Academics To Perfection

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Cotton Row Run 2024 Set For Memorial Day Morning

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Disc Golf Alive And Well In Madison

Madison

Third infant surrendered at Madison Safe Haven Baby Box

Bob Jones High School

“Where It Belongs”- The Bob Jones Patriots Earn Baseball State Championship

James Clemens High School

Liberty’s Shravan Balaji wins ‘Best of Fair Award’ in regional science fair

Events

Trash Pandas hosting Elvis tribute night contest on May 21

James Clemens High School

French, Latin students at James Clemens excel in testing

Harvest

Enable Madison County announces needed asset at event

James Clemens High School

Koswoski awarded Department of Alabama’s ‘VFW Scout of the Year’

James Clemens High School

Lilliann Markowitz achieves top rank in Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts and Sea Cadets

Bob Jones High School

Madison’s JROTC cadets challenged in Rocket City Rivalry Day

James Clemens High School

McDaniel, Stundtner, Vaughn and Woodard earn national grants

Digital Version

Digital version of The Madison Record – May 15, 2024

Madison

Bob Jones bests Central-Phenix City in opening game of State Championship

Harvest

TARCOG’s Senior Fun Fest moves to Agribition Center at Alabama A&M University

Bob Jones High School

Heavyweight Baseball- Bob Jones To Play For State Championship

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