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Ducks Unlimited chapter set for banquet

John Willoughby: reporter2@greenepublishing.com The Madison County Ducks Unlimited Chapter is preparing to host their first dinner banquet, and they’re inviting you to join in on the excitement! On Thursday, Oct. 24, join other Ducks Unlimited enthusiasts as you enjoy a catered steak and shrimp dinner. From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., there will be a live auction with firearms, hunting and fishing trips, and other top-shelf items to bid. The evening offers other raffles and a separate silent auction with things you don’t want to pass up. Single tickets are…

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Sherri Howell faced cancer with faith

Mickey Starling: reporter3@greenepublishing.com In January of 2018, Sherri Howell detected a lump under her arm that had suddenly appeared. She made a quick trip to the doctor, who had four biopsies done. All of them came back negative. Doctors decided to remove the lump and discovered that it was a cancerous tumor. Further testing brought even more bad news. Howell had stage 2-B Triple Negative Breast Cancer, which is a very aggressive form of the disease and it had spread to her lymph nodes. Even before this dreaded diagnosis was…

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Tonya Watts: Feeling blessed

Rick Patrick: rick@greenepublishing.com For Tonya Watts, there was no reason to feel a routine physical exam in February of 2018 would be anything other than ordinary. She did not feel bad and had no real symptoms of anything being out of the ordinary. But when a small mass was discovered in her breast (too small to have been found with a self exam), it was enough to catch the attention of her attending physician. A mammogram was ordered and a subsequent biopsy was performed. When the results returned, it must…

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Culpepper wears many hats for TCEC

Mickey Starling reporter3@greenepublishing.com There are very few schools, clubs or organizations in Madison County who aren’t familiar with Kaitlynn Culpepper, who serves as the Community Relations Director for Tri-County Electric Cooperative (TCEC). She can be found in meetings, clubs and schools promoting the vision of TCEC and strengthening relationships throughout the community. TCEC has over 18,000 residential and business customers in Madison, Jefferson, Taylor and portions of Dixie County. Along with developing and implementing marketing, energy management, economic development and communication programs to promote the cooperative, Culpepper also manages the…

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