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MCSO, MCSD investigating claim

John Willoughby reporter2@greenepublishing.com The Madison County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) and Madison County School District (MCSD) officials are currently investigating a claim that a weapon may have been brought to a local school in the past month and a half. MCSO’s Maj. David Harper states that investigation is ongoing to determine if a Madison County Central School (MCCS) student brought a weapon on campus at some point since the beginning of school in August. It has not been confirmed if a weapon was brought on campus at MCCS or when it…

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Cowboy slugger to be a Gator

Rick Patrick rick@greenepublishing.com Madison County High School (MCHS) Cowboy first baseman and slugger Blaydon Plain has accepted an offer and verbally committed to play baseball at the University of Florida. Plain is a sophomore, but has already gotten the attention of college baseball recruiters. “I am beyond exited and blessed to announce that I will further my academic and baseball career at the University of Florida,” said Plain on the social media site, Twitter. “I would like to thank my coaches and everyone that has supported me throughout this amazing…

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Shots fired lands man in jail

John Willoughby: reporter2@greenepublishing.com Madison County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) deputies arrested a Greenville man on Friday, Sept. 6, after reports of shots fired and witness statements led investigators to a suspect. According to a report by Major David Harper of the MCSO, at approximately 2:20 p.m., deputies were dispatched to H&R Grocery, located at 1809 SW Main St., in Greenville, in response to gunshots fired from a vehicle in the direction of a crowd of people gathered in the parking lot. Upon arrival, deputies discovered that no one was hit or injured…

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Fundraiser set for Daniel Perron

Mickey Starling: Greene Publishing, Inc. Daniel Perron, a former resident of Madison, will be the beneficiary of a fundraiser on Saturday, Sep. 7, beginning at 1 p.m., at Four Freedoms Park, in Madison. Perron has been dealing with a failing liver for a year and has been unable to work. Fortunately, Perron underwent a successful liver transplant on Wednesday, Aug. 14. It is unclear when he will be able to resume working. Family and friends have combined their culinary and musical talents for the fundraiser, which will feature meals and…

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