NFCC seeks entries for annual Quilt Show Quilts on display April 14-16 in conjunction with Madison Down Home Days event
Archive for April 5th, 2011
Tommy Greiner passed away Monday afternoon, April 4. Tommy is survived by his wife, Barbara; three children, Leigh Ann Greiner, Leslie Stokes (Robert), and Rick; three grandchildren; and one sister, Barbara Robinson. Tommy and Rick were in the field. Tommy had just roped an Angus bull. Greiner was a cowboy and he died doing what
By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. Madison Countians woke up and found themselves without power early Tuesday morning, April 5, as a storm brewed and blew throughout Madison causing power outages and downed trees. There were three structures damaged by the storm. One was reported damaged in Greenville, one in Pinetta and one in Madison.
National Security Joe Boyles Guest ColumnistPassed and signed into law a year ago, the (so called) Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, is coming unraveled like a cheap sweater. Everywhere the supporters of ACA turn, they are under assault … from the courts; from Congress; from the states; and in the court of public opinion where
There is really no way to tell this story without a little history first. We, as human beings, have always struggled to understand and cope with people with disabilities. We’ve seen them as signs of God’s displeasure, as demonic or possessed, as causes of shame. We’ve banished them to unseen places and abhorrent conditions. We’ve