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Abi Annett selected as Madison County’s Sunshine State Scholar

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. Each year, high school juniors from across the state are selected as Sunshine State Scholars. This year, Madison County High School (MCHS) student Abi Annett was selected to represent Madison County in this prestigious event. From Thursday, June 13, through Friday, June 14, Annett participated in events with other scholars; met with representatives from Florida’s colleges and universities; learned about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs of study and internship opportunities; and had the opportunity to meet and make new friends from around the…

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“Walk the Sky” to release in October

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. The hard work is done! Alter Bridge, the alternative rock band of Madison-native Scott Phillips, is set to release their newest record “Walk the Sky” on Friday, Oct. 18. Phillips, the son of Tom and Dianne Phillips, of Madison, is a 1991 graduate of Madison County High School and, now, the drummer for Alter Bridge. The album’s first single, “Wouldn’t You Rather,” is slated to be released to the public in less than two weeks. The album, which is said to have an old-school vibe,…

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MCMH celebrates employee’s 36 years

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. Since 1983, Madison County Memorial Hospital (MCMH) employees have served patients alongside Irene Gillyard. After 36 years, Gillyard, who worked in the hospital’s dietary department, put down her stove mittens as she retired on Wednesday, June 5. On Friday, June 14, MCMH CEO Tammy Stevens welcomed Gillyard’s family, friends and fellow employees to the hospital’s conference room to honor Gillyard’s service to MCMH. Gillyard and company were treated to a delicious lunch and dessert, including cake. “You have truly been an asset to our hospital…

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June 10 declared “Poncho” Day

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. During Greenville’s regularly scheduled Town Council meeting on Monday, June 10, the late Odell “Poncho” Livingston was honored through a resolution that declared June 10 as Odell Livingston Day in the Town of Greenville. Livingston began his career of community service by serving honorably in combat with the United States Army during the Vietnam war. Later, Livingston served for 15 years with the Greenville Police Department, where he served as the Chief of Police for eight years. As the last active member of the police…

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