Bonnie and Clyde caught Missouri murders lead MCSO in pursuit

  John Willoughby Greene Publishing, Inc. After leading Madison County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) deputies on a chase into the western part of Madison County, Missouri murderers were caught and taken into custody on Thursday, Dec. 9. According to a report from Major David Harper of the MCSO, at 10:19 a.m., the MCSO Communication Center received a call from a concerned citizen reporting a suspicious vehicle parked on the side of South State Road 53. The vehicle was described as a black Nissan with a South Carolina license plate. The Nissan…

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Local man’s 25-year-old manuscript finally published

John Willoughby, Greene Publishing, Inc It was nearly 25 years ago when C. Norman Bush wrote a part-fictional recollection about a non-fictional event. Today, he holds the book that’s dedicated to a man who stood tall, Edwin B. “Booze” Browning, Sr. – “Pioneers of the Wacissa.” Bush, a native of Lovett/Hamburg community of Madison County spent most of his life working in the field of insurance and banking – approximately 30 years of combined experience. Bush states that he first met Booze in the fall of 1947, when Browning was the…

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Recent tornado rated EF1

Savannah Reams: Greene Publishing, Inc. On Tuesday, Dec. 4, the day after a tornado caused severe damage to the property of Cherry Lake residents in the early morning hours of Monday, Dec. 3, representatives from the National Weather Service visited Madison County in order to collect data and study the storm’s path. After gathering information, the representatives met with Madison County Emergency Management Director, Alan Whigham, in order to discuss their findings. The National Weather Service determined that the tornado reached wind speeds at a high of 100 mph, rating…

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Light Up Madison

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. After being canceled and rescheduled, the Madison Kiwanis Club is preparing to proceed with the festivities that will be Light Up Madison on Saturday, Dec. 8, beginning at 4 p.m. Light Up Madison is a highly-anticipated seasonal event proving to be fun for people of all ages. Light Up Madison was originally scheduled to take place on Saturday, Dec. 1, however, due to the threat of inclement weather, the event was postponed until Saturday, Dec. 8. Applications for vendor and parade entries were accepted until…

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