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Aubrey Blomeley earns Girl Scouts’ Gold Award by aiding aspiring dancers

MADISON – Aubrey Blomeley devised an out-of-the ordinary project to earn the Gold Award in Girl Scouts. Read more

8 hours ago by Gregg Parker.

Help summer blood shortages – give blood during LifeSouth’s Back to School Blood Drive

LifesSouth is in emergency need for blood donors, as the national blood shortage continues, and asks donors to help by donating blood during their Back ... Read more

14 hours ago by John Few.

Estimated 12,000 students return on Aug. 4 with new school, mask options

MADISON – It’s your decision – wear a mask if you like, or do not wear a mask. Read more

1 day ago by Gregg Parker.

“The Fabulous Five” Swim Academic All-Americans- Bob Jones Seniors Gain Honor

MADISON- The 2020-2021 version of the Bob Jones swim team had a tremendous season finishing third at the AHSAA State Meet in both boys and ... Read more

2 days ago by Bob Labbe.

Braden Booth Chosen For Future Games Baseball

MADISON- Bob Jones super freshman baseball player Braden Booth continues to receive accolades for his outstanding first season as part of the Patriots’ teams as ... Read more

2 days ago by Bob Labbe.

Cece Syarif promotes the game’s facets as MCCL Girls Chess Coordinator

MADISON – Cece Syarif believes learning to play chess involves more than just a game – it’s also about learning life for children. Syarif is ... Read more

3 days ago by Gregg Parker.

Zinkil accepts role of MCS Director of Special Education

MADISON – Since her outreach in middle school, Dr. Susan Zinkil knew she wanted to help exceptional children. Zinkil now is Director of Special Education ... Read more

3 days ago by Gregg Parker.

Calhoun to host first annual cybersecurity camp for high school students

The Calhoun Community College Business & Computer Information Systems (CIS) Division will host its first annual Cybersecurity Summer Camps for high school students. The camps ... Read more

1 week ago by John Few.

Fernandez named Rainbow Elementary’s new principal

MADISON – Karl Fernandez, assistant principal for Mill Creek Elementary, is the new principal for Rainbow Elementary. The Madison City Board of Education approved the ... Read more

1 week ago by John Few.

Wilkerson’s work ethic leads to ‘Staff Member of the Year’

MADISON – The faculty and staff at Rainbow Elementary School appreciate the work ethic of Plant Manager Gordon Wilkerson – so much so, they selected ... Read more

1 week ago by Gregg Parker.

Olivia Downs earns Girl Scouts’ Gold Award with work at Camp Trico

MADISON – Olivia Downs earned the Gold Award, the pinnacle of honor in Girl Scouts, by improving Camp Trico, which holds great sentimental and educational ... Read more

1 week ago by Gregg Parker.

Rainbow decides on Tam Hoang for 2021 top teacher

MADISON – To Tam Hoang, it’s only fair that she must deliver 100 percent for her students if she expects 100 percent from them. Hoang ... Read more

1 week ago by Gregg Parker.

Christy Aycock, Horizon’s ‘Staff Member of the Year,’ likes students’ progress

MADISON – Christy Aycock feels a sense of pride when she sees students sincerely trying to improve their behavior. Aycock is 2021 “Staff Member of ... Read more

1 week ago by Gregg Parker.

MCS students submit impressive work in Alabama PTA Reflections

MADISON – Students in Madison City Schools compiled notable awards in the Alabama PTA Reflections contest. Read more

2 weeks ago by Gregg Parker.

Local students’ efforts to create official state vegetable to be featured in national tv show

MADISON – Students from the Learning Exchange homeschool program in the Madison area who completed their effort to name an official Alabama state vegetable will ... Read more

2 weeks ago by John Few.

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