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Trick-or-Treat: Downtown Madison

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. Halloween is less than two weeks away and the Madison Police Department (MPD) is excited to host Trick-or-Treat in the Street, on Wednesday, Oct. 31, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Calling all ghouls and goblins, the annual downtown trick-or-treat event will take place in Downtown Madison, south of US Hwy. 90. The event is free to the public and gives a safe place for kids to celebrate Halloween. Any individual, business or organization can register to give out candy! Call or stop by the…

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Are our coaches underpaid?

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. We enjoy watching the fruits of their labor every Friday night under the lights of Boot Hill Stadium. We put the lives of youngsters into their hands with the hope that they will be able to help mold them into productive young men. Often, they are the only positive male role models these young men have. With very few exceptions, these adults succeed in positively shaping the lives of the young athletes entrusted to their care – into good citizens, fathers and men. They will…

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Cowboys “adopt” hurricane victims

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. In a continuous effort to teach more than just football Xs and Os, Madison County High School (MCHS) Head Football Coach Mike Coe has pledged the support of his team to the efforts to help rebuild in the wake of Hurricane Michael. “I would love to ‘adopt’ Blountstown, Port St. Joe, Franklin County, Mosley and Marianna’s football programs during their tough journey post-Hurricane Michael,” said Coach Coe over the past weekend. Coach Coe said he has an affinity for these schools partly because of the…

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Sports 

ACA Lady Warriors win district volleyball title

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. The Aucilla Christian Academy (ACA) Lady Warriors continue to make school history on the volleyball court. The Lady Warriors won a team-first District Volleyball Championship on Tuesday, Oct. 16, in front of a home crowd in the ACA gymnasium. In the first round of the district tournament, on Monday, Oct. 15, the Lady Warriors faced an old rival in Robert F. Munroe High School. The Lady Warriors won the match in three sets; 25-10, 25-5 and 25-5. The Lady Warriors had a total of 33…

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