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Steele honored as top teacher at James Clemens

MADISON – Kristen Steele, who teaches introductory through advanced placement chemistry, is Teacher of the Year at James Clemens High School. Read more

9 hours ago by Gregg Parker.

Bethany Stoots at Bob Jones authors ‘Lilly’s Day Coping with Autism’

MADISON – Bethany Stoots knows that diversity exists all around us, and it’s okay to be different. She has authored the book, “Lilly’s Day Coping ... Read more

16 hours ago by Gregg Parker.

Red Cross says donors needed to combat severe blood shortages due to pandemic

New effects of pandemic leading to significant drop in nation’s blood supply The American Red Cross is experiencing a severe blood shortage as the number ... Read more

23 hours ago by John Few.

Fitness Arts Center entertains with Irish dance in local, out-of-state venues

MADISON – With COVID-19’s constraints drastically reduced, Fitness Arts Center has scheduled a wide range of classes and is planning for performances this fall in ... Read more

1 day ago by Gregg Parker.

Crissy Stegherr, ‘Teacher of the Year,’ transitions with success to virtual instruction

MADISON – Clarissa ‘Crissy’ Stegherr, “Teacher of the Year” at Madison Elementary School, flipped drawbacks of virtual instruction to give her students a solid, learning ... Read more

2 days ago by Gregg Parker.

Mill Creek fifth-graders awarded in Noetic Learning Math Contest

MADISON – Before the end of the 2020-2021 school year, fifth-grade students at Mill Creek Elementary School braved one of math’s age-old challenges – the ... Read more

3 days ago by Gregg Parker.

Kailyn Grant named Grand Award Winner in International Science & Engineering Fair

MADISON – Kailyn Grant, a junior at Bob Jones High School, is a Grand Award winner in the 2021 Regeneron International Science & Engineering Fair ... Read more

5 days ago by Gregg Parker.

New exhibit ‘Uncaged’ opens today at Huntsville Botanical Garden

HUNTSVILLE – A new exhibit opens today at the Huntsville Botanical Garden called “Uncaged: Birds, Nature, and You.” The all-ages outdoor experience features a collection ... Read more

5 days ago by John Few.

Check these photos out!

Check out these photos NASA shared today. It’s almost time for the big lift! NASA’s Exploration Ground Systems crews at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center are ... Read more

6 days ago by John Few.

Congressional Medal of Honor recipient to speak in Huntsville on birthday of U.S. Army

HUNTSVILLE – Captain Mike Rose, one of only 70 living recipients of the Congressional Medal of Honor, will be the speaker for the June meeting ... Read more

6 days ago by John Few.

Allen’s nursing care gains ‘Staff Member of the Year’ honor at West Madison

MADISON – Her medical knowledge and concern for students and faculty led to Aimee Allen’s selection as “2021 Staff Member of the Year” at West ... Read more

6 days ago by Gregg Parker.

State, national agencies certify Rainbow Outdoor Classroom

MADISON – At the dedication of Rainbow Elementary School’s Outdoor Classroom, a quote on a banner summarized the objective: “Every child is a different kind ... Read more

6 days ago by Gregg Parker.

Girls Chess Night returns for summer face-to-face, online events

MADISON – Summertime has arrived and so has the return of Girls Chess Night with special sessions that Madison City Chess League or MCCL sponsors. Read more

7 days ago by Gregg Parker.

Digital version of The Madison Record – June 9, 2021

You can now download a digital copy of The Madison Record each week. Look for it every Wednesday morning right here. You can read it ... Read more

7 days ago by John Few.

Daugherty strives for safety, friendliness as ‘Teacher of the Year’

MADISON – While ‘structure’ is important in her physical education classes, Allison Daugherty tries her best to get to know each individual student and nurture ... Read more

1 week ago by Gregg Parker.

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