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Moving forward: Reunion to rejuvenate mansion grounds

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. Since the 1860s, erected by Benjamin F. Wardlaw, the Smith Mansion has stood tall at the corner of Washington Street and U.S. Hwy. 90, in Madison. The two-story structure has served many purposes, but now it is the center of rebirth, renewal and regrowth of America’s rural areas. Reunion is the current owner of the mansion, purchased with the funds donated by partners of Jasper-born and Madison-educated celebrity chef Art Smith. Together with Reunion leader Peter Stein and his team, they understand that rural communities…

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Meet our staff: Cheltsie Holbrook

It takes a lot of hard work, dedication and a tremendous amount of teamwork to put together just one newspaper. Our staff members possess many talents and, together, we seek to create a unique, enlightening and entertaining piece of Madisonian culture for you, our readers. From writing, research, advertising, layout, bookkeeping and distribution, we do it all. Without the bond and teamwork between our diversely talented staff, the Madison County Carrier and the Madison Enterprise-Recorder might not have appeared in your mailbox or on your newsstand today. Savannah Reams: Greene…

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Racer-at-heart behind a proven winner: Madison County local wins first national race

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. On any given day, you can find 31-year-old Clint Riley at O’Reilly Auto Parts store, in Madison, but on select weekends out of the year, he’s donning his fire suit and strapping into a dragster to hit over 180 mph in less than seven seconds. Raised on the Atlantic shore with racing roots in Daytona Beach, Fla., “Smiley” Riley, as he is affectionately called, is still smiling, fresh off a memorable moment in May when he loaded up his blue top dragster racer to race…

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Senior Center welcomes activities coordinator

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. Working along side Older American Act Coordinator Peggy Minter, Lakeidra Lee is pleased to be the newest activities coordinator for the seniors of Madison County. Lee is a Madison resident and has prior experience working in activities. Lee formerly worked for the local Headstart program and for the Madison County School District as a paraprofessional. Currently, Lee works as the activities coordinator for the Boys and Girls Club of Tabula Rasa, in Pinetta, in the afternoons. During the day, Lee serves as the part-time activities coordinator…

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