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Madison certifies election results

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. What has seemed to be an endless stream of litigation, vote counts, recounts and uncertainty has finally come to an end with the concessions of Sen. Bill Nelson and Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum. After the preliminary vote totals for all the state-wide political races were announced on Election Day, Nov. 6, the races for Governor, U.S. Senator and Commissioner of Agriculture were too close to call. In fact, the margins were so small all three races necessitated a machine recount. At the end of the…

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Cowboys swat Hornets

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. The Madison County High School Cowboys racked up over 300 rushing yards on their way to a 50-20 win over the Lafayette High School Hornets in the Class 1A, Region Three semi-final game at Boot Hill on Friday, Nov. 16. With the win, the Cowboys move on to the Region Three championship game with the Indians of Chiefland High School. The game started as a defensive struggle when the Hornets went three-and-out on the first offensive possession of the game. The Cowboys took over at…

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Pulpit: Even hard heads can get the message

Mickey Starling: Greene Publishing, Inc. I know the Lord works in mysterious ways and some of them can be quite painful. In this case, I literally tripped over his message to me a few weeks ago. I was returning to work and I managed to trip over the last set of steps going into the office. I was so sure that I wasn’t tripping that my hands never got out in front of me. So, I caught myself with my face. Since my glasses were damaged, I could see very…

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Breaking Stereotypes: Be a pilgrim

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. On Nov. 11, 1620, almost four centuries ago, pilgrims arrived in New England, in the northeastern part of what we know as the United States of America. According to history, pilgrims, those who travel for religious purposes, traveled to America in search of religious freedom. The voyage to America took 66 days of sailing upon the Atlantic Ocean. By 1621, many of the approximately 102 foreigners had died due to illness after settling on land, but in early autumn of 1621, the surviving Pilgrims celebrated…

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