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Cowboys finish regular season on winning note

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. Before his final regular season game as a Cowboy, Madison County High School senior Tre Adams admitted that he was nervous. Not so much about the game itself, he was nervous about the pre-game Senior Night ceremony. It had been a big week for Adams. Earlier in the week, he had signed a letter of intent to play football for Georgia Southern University. But that was earlier in the week. Tonight there was a game to be played. But first, there was a ceremony to…

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All invited to NFCC Open House and Free Application Day

Story Submitted North Florida Community College (NFCC) invites the public to its Super Saturday: Open House and Free Application Day event on Saturday, March 3 from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. This annual event allows the community to explore NFCC’s offerings all in one informative and fun-filled day. Highlights of the day include an academic and student resource expo in the Colin P. Kelly Fitness Center, campus tours, scholarship drawings, financial aid application assistance, and opportunities to explore NFCC’s degree and certificate programs. Guests will also have direct access to…

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Cowboys Commit Moving the ball to college

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. Derrick Staten, Jr., Tre Adams and Teryon Henderson are three reasons the Madison County High School Cowboys made school history by winning a state football title with an undefeated season. Now these three young men are set to take their game and educational goals to the next level. They have all signed National Letters of Intent to play college football at three different schools next fall. Derrick Staten, Jr. has signed a letter of intent to play at Florida A&M University (FAMU) in Tallahassee. Staten…

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Madison loses a Lion

Former Madison City Manager Tom Moffses, who passed away on Monday, Feb. 5, was a long-time member of the Madison Lions Club. He was also a “lion” in many other ways. When it came to the City of Madison, he could roar and would staunchly defend her with a “lion-like” loyalty. According to Madison City Commissioner Jim Catron, who served with Moffses for many years, both with the city and in the Madison Lions Club, Moffses was “intensely dedicated to the businesses and the people of Madison.” “He [Moffses] was…

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