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SANTA LETTERS – We want your Santa letters! Send your Letters to Santa (40 words or less) to The Madison Record through Dec. 13. E-mail is the preferred method of delivery. E-mail letters to santaletters@themadisonrecord.com. You must include the child’s full name and age. They will be published in the Dec. 18 edition of The Madison Record.

Madison

School board selects Terrell to serve as interim superintendent

Madison

‘Encouraging Words’ teachers boost morale at Columbia

Madison

MCSO: Deputies arrest suspects as they flee on stolen bikes

Madison

Decatur Police arrest Madison man for soliciting child for sex

Madison

Traffic signal added at Dunlop Blvd and SES helicopter facility

Madison

Part of Shelton Road to be closed over the weekend for utility work

Madison

‘Once Upon a Winter’s Night’ to brighten imaginations

Madison

Parole denied to six violent offenders Tuesday, including two from Madison County

Madison

MCSO asking public’s help to identify suspect

James Clemens High School

The Enrichment Center, James Clemens host Mental Health Summit

Madison

Judge Frank Barger launches assisted outpatient treatment program for mental illness

Harvest

Emergency need of all blood types, LifeSouth says

Madison

HU warns of multiple power outages throughout Madison County

Madison

Madison ordinance positions city for next generation of wireless broadband

Bob Jones High School

Madison City Schools hosting “Clearing the Smoke – Vaping Info For Parents” tonight

Madison

Former Madison councilman Mike Potter honored with city coin presentation

James Clemens High School

Local teen finishes in top 8 at state Distinguished Young Women program

Madison

Homicide cases connected to Madison expected for trial in Limestone County this year

Madison

Trash Pandas to hold job fair Saturday at Bob Jones

Bob Jones High School

Two Local Players Will Be On The Rosters For Super Bowl 54

Harvest

The Schools Foundation eyes 2020 goals for education

Madison

Parole hearings for 23 violent offenders set for this week

Bob Jones High School

Columbia engages 127 students in ‘The Lion King Jr.’

James Clemens High School

Mendenhall brothers both earn Eagle Scout rank