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Be the difference: Clean Up Madison this Saturday

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. Are you ready to make a difference in Madison County? This Saturday, Feb. 23, join the Madison County Development Council and several other community members to take part in the second annual Clean Up Madison event. Last year, more than 200 gracious volunteers came together for the betterment of Madison County and filled two large containers full of garbage, weighing approximately four-and-a-half tons. The trash was picked up from Madison County’s highways. This year, you have a chance to make a difference again! Teams will…

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Phone scam

Savannah Reams: Greene Publishing, Inc. Major David Harper of the Madison County Sheriff’s Office warns citizens of an attempted phone scam that is circulating in Madison County. Madison County residents are receiving a phone call from a male subject who claims that his vehicle has been scratched or damaged and a note was left on his vehicle claiming responsibility for the damage, along with the intended victim’s phone number. The scammer demands insurance policy information as well as other personal information. The scammer is aggressive in conversation and will not…

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Carl Joseph documentary film planned

Story Submitted After all these years, there could be a documentary about Madison’s Carl Joseph. Former ESPN writers and producers have a production company and Carl is their next project … but there’s a big IF. They have to make sure there are enough old photos and videos of Carl to fill 90 minutes! Right now, there are only a handful of photos and maybe 10 minutes of good video. So Carl needs help from his friends in Madison, especially old classmates, teammates and neighbors. If you have stored away…

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MCCS Broncos continue winning streak

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. The Madison County Central School extended their season winning streak to five games after a doubleheader against Georgia opponents. On Saturday, Feb. 16, the Broncos faced the Trojans of Brooks County Middle School, from Quitman, Ga. The Broncos made short work of the Trojans, racking up 10 hits and 17 runs in just two innings to win the contest, 17-3. The Broncos went up 8-0 after the first inning before adding another nine runs in the top of the second inning. The Trojans managed to…

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