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Letter to the Editor: Flip-flopping mask requirements upsets parents and confuses students

Editor’s note: The views and opinions expressed in a letter to the editor are those of the author and do not reflect the official policy ... Read more

2 weeks ago by John Few.

EDITORIAL: Tax compliance no excuse for expanded snooping

The Issue: To pay for his $3.5 trillion spending plan, President Joe Biden says he wants to make the rich pay their fair share. His ... Read more

3 weeks ago by John Few.

Letter to the editor: Trust, transparency, and accountability needed in Madison City

Editor’s note: The views and opinions expressed in a letter to the editor are those of the author and do not reflect the official policy ... Read more

4 weeks ago by John Few.

Dr. Hudson: “Hope is on the horizon…”

Crestwood Medical Center Remains Steadfast in Service to North Alabama By Pam Hudson, MD, Chief Executive Officer Crestwood Medical Center I write today with hope ... Read more

3 months ago by John Few.

Memorial Day brought a (near) return to normal

So, that was normal — or at least a reasonable facsimile. Across Alabama this past weekend, people marked Memorial Day weekend not in the fashion ... Read more

5 months ago by John Few.

Opinion: citizen oversight board and a new police chief for Madison

Editor’s note: The views and opinions expressed in a letter to the editor are those of the author and do not reflect the official policy ... Read more

9 months ago by Staff Reports.

Editorial: It’s time again to think pink

This week’s pink edition of The Madison Record is part of a nationwide effort in October to raise awareness of the need for prevention, early ... Read more

1 year ago by John Few.

John P. Rankin: The history of 127 Church Street, United Methodist Church

By JOHN P. RANKIN Madison Historian MADISON – There are some mysteries surrounding the history of 127 Church Street, which is home to the Madison ... Read more

1 year ago by John Few.

Sunday marks the 156th anniversary of “affair” at Madison Station

By John P. Rankin, Madison historian  MADISON – There were only two battles of any size fought in Madison County during the Civil War.  They ... Read more

1 year ago by John Few.

John Rankin: Remembering a true American hero on “VE” Day

MADISON – More than thirteen years ago on this 75th anniversary of the “Victory in Europe” Day of May 8, Sherri Wilkerson Shamwell with her ... Read more

1 year ago by John Few.

Sent from Pennsylvania to help others ravaged by war in the south, Dr. John Huber Hertzler became known as “The Sage of Mullens Flat”

By John P. Rankin, Madison historian MADISON – After the Civil War, John Hertzler’s father sent him south from Pennsylvania to help those suffering from ... Read more

1 year ago by John Few.

#weareinthistogether – an uplifting stroll in Madison

Editor’s note: The following is a letter to the editor from Debbie Overcash. She and her husband, Madison City Councilman Tommy Overcash, reminds us that ... Read more

2 years ago by John Few.

Shelby: Senate passes monumental coronavirus legislation, provides $2 trillion in relief

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Richard Shelby (R-Ala.) applauded Senate passage of H.R. 748, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.  This major ... Read more

2 years ago by John Few.

A Vintage Vignette by John P. Rankin: The Trotman Family

By Madison historian John P. Rankin MADISON – In 1986 when I moved to Madison after spending more than 15 years in the metropolitan areas ... Read more

2 years ago by John Few.

Madison’s past with John P. Rankin: Farley-Crutcher Cemetery and the Little Log Cabin

By Madison historian John P. Rankin MADISON – The Farley – Crutcher Cemetery is on farm and timber land that runs from Horizon Elementary School ... Read more

2 years ago by John Few.

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