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School choice: Is there really choice?

By DR. ED NICHOLS Superintendent of Madison City Schools In the next few weeks, you’re going to hear a great deal from the Governor and ... Read more

2 weeks ago by SPECIAL TO THE RECORD.

EDITORIAL: Bitter cold to test TVA readiness

The Issue: Bitter cold in the weather forecast will be the first test of improvements the Tennessee Valley Authority has made in the wake of ... Read more

1 month ago by FROM STAFF REPORTS.

Column: Truly celebrating Easter

The following was written by one of the columnist for The Madison Record, Dawn Reed. Her column appears weekly in the faith section of The ... Read more

11 months ago by John Few.

COLUMN: When hell had a revival – the flipside of Easter

By Bruce Walker In Jerusalem, the day of Jesus’ crucifixion, tens of thousands were gathered from all over the Roman Empire, each would be a ... Read more

11 months ago by SPECIAL TO THE RECORD.

Letter to the Editor: A city manager would not be a good move for Madison, and here is why

Editor’s note: The following is a letter to the editor addressing the upcoming May 9 special election and city manager issue. The views expressed in ... Read more

11 months ago by SPECIAL TO THE RECORD.

Letter to the Editor: Vote yes to adopt council-manager form of government for Madison

Editor’s note: The following is a letter to the editor addressing the upcoming May 9 special election and city manager issue. The views expressed in ... Read more

11 months ago by SPECIAL TO THE RECORD.

Letter to the Editor: Why is Madison’s form of government facing possible change?

Editor’s note: The following is a letter to the editor addressing the upcoming May 9 special election and city manager issue. The views expressed in ... Read more

11 months ago by SPECIAL TO THE RECORD.

Letter to the Editor: Obtaining information about Madison’s May 9 special election

Editor’s note: The following is a letter to the editor addressing the upcoming May 9 special election and city manager issue. The views expressed in ... Read more

11 months ago by SPECIAL TO THE RECORD.

Editorial: Balloons not all hot air

The following is from our sister-newspaper The Decatur Daily. The Issue The continuing saga of the Chinese spy balloon points to some real security issues, ... Read more

1 year ago by John Few.

Editorial: King’s words speak to all

Today we honor the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., remembered as a great civil rights leader who championed nonviolent resistance in the face of oppression. ... Read more

1 year ago by John Few.

Letter to the Editor: When celebrating what this area is today, please remember the unsung heroes

Editor’s note: I recently made the trip to Georgia Bearden’s home in Huntsville to pick up a letter to the editor she wrote for the ... Read more

1 year ago by John Few.

Secretary of State Merrill addresses redistricting controversies

By Alabama Secretary of State John H. Merrill Recently, the implementation of the newly drawn state legislative district lines has become a point of conversation ... Read more

2 years ago by FROM STAFF REPORTS.

Editorial: Suspending gas tax a gimmick, not a solution

The issue: Suspending the federal gasoline tax does nothing to address the sources of inflation and will offer little relief to consumers. It will deprive ... Read more

2 years ago by John Few.

Editorial: Space Command decision again under shadow

From The Decatur Daily The U.S. General Accounting Office has released its report on the decision to move the U.S. Space Command from its provisional ... Read more

2 years ago by John Few.

Editorial: More mental health resources needed for justice system

Editor’s note: The following editorial ran in our sister-paper, The Decatur Daily, about how a fatal police shootout this past weekend in Decatur may have ... Read more

2 years ago by John Few.

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