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Goedhart earns scholarship
The University of North Alabama has awarded Linda Goedhart of Madison an academic scholarship.  Goedhart, a senior at Bob Jones High School, will attend UNA as a freshman majoring in elementary education. She is the daughter of Rolf and Eline Goedhart.
Dill part of fashion show
April Dill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dill of Madison, recently attended AmericasMart, a regional apparel mart in Atlanta, as part of a fashion merchandising practicum. She is a junior at Harding University.
McGee wins essay prize
Anna R. McGee, daughter of Rolf McGee and Jacqueline Sockwell of Madison, was recently awarded the Phillip Wolcott Timberlake Memorial Prize at an annual Honors Day Convocation at Kenyon College. The award is given annually to a student who, as determined by the chair of the Department of English in consultation with the department, has written the best essays in his or her English courses. A graduate of the Alabama School of Mathematics and Science, McGee is a senior majoring in English at Kenyon College.
Price honored for work
Matt Price, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Price of Madison, recently received an award from the Arkansas College Press Association for his work on Harding University's student publications staff. Price, a junior public relations major, won third place in the sports story category for "Dominant defense leads HU to 6-1 start."
Hose selected for combine
Bob Jones High School student William Hose of Madison has been selected to participate in the Baptist Sports Medicine Combine on May 10 in Nashville. Players were nominated by their high school coaches to attend this prestigious event.
Residents on dean's list
The following Savannah College of Art and Design students were named to the dean's list for the winter quarter: Sarah Elizabeth Durling, daughter of Russ and Julie Durling; Jennifer Lynne McKelvie, daughter of William and Laurie McKelvie; and Benjamin Eli Ward.
Keebler awarded SCAD scholarship
Andrea M. Keebler, daughter of Candace Noneman and Henry Keebler of Madison, was recently awarded a SCAD scholarship at Savannah College of Art and Design for the fall and plans to major in film and television. SCAD scholars receive $7,500 per year toward tuition and fees.

Madison

Triana welcomes opening of Smithsonian exhibit

Madison

Madison Fire & Rescue responds to second baby surrender through Safe Haven Baby Box

Bob Jones High School

Robertson finds ‘perfect fit’ as Special Education Coordinator

Liberty Middle School

Liberty’s Mardi Paws Parade raises funds for shelter animals

James Clemens High School

11-day tour to Korea, Japan in summer 2025 open to Madison teens

James Clemens High School

Players eager for 2024 Grade-Level City Chess Championship

Harvest

‘Brews for Enable’ at Yellowhammer to benefit Enable Madison County

Bob Jones High School

MCCL members, teams grab awards at Rookie Rally

Madison

State board lauds Heritage in ‘Top 25 Percent Schools’ for Alabama

Harvest

Parker composes, performs and mentors songwriters in lifetime of music

Bob Jones High School

Bob Jones AFJROTC named Grand Champions at Hoover

Bob Jones High School

TVA’s School Uplift grants can reduce energy costs and improve campus

Bob Jones High School

Warm-up Quads on Feb. 24 to prepare players for City Chess Championship

Liberty Middle School

Chander, Grieve, Rajput win national awards in PTA Reflections

Bob Jones High School

Knights of Columbus’ donations buy pods for MCS Special Education

Madison

Love is alive and well in the heart of this special artist

Digital Version

Digital version of The Madison Record – Feb. 14, 2024

Bob Jones High School

Bob Jones, JC girls gear up for region play today at Wallace State

Business

Billboard selects Orion Amphitheater as “Top East Coast Amphitheater”

Madison

School choice: Is there really choice?

Bob Jones High School

Lady Patriota best James Clemens again to win Area 8 crown

Harvest

Triana chosen for Smithsonian’s ‘Crossroads: Change in Rural America’ exhibit

Bob Jones High School

Madison Street Festival grants reach $20K for 35 school projects

Harvest

Senior center members launch Arise2Read at Harvest elementary

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