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Is “YouTube Kids” safe for your child? Florida mother finds disturbing content

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. “YouTube Kids” has been host to many safe children’s programs, used for the entertainment and education of children worldwide. But one Florida mom, as well as many others, is urging the public to pay close attention to what their child is watching after finding extremely disturbing content, shockingly hidden in the middle of a cartoon. According to the mother, who is a career pediatrician, states that a clip hidden in the middle of the cartoon, showed a man signaling and giving suicide instructions, detailing the…

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Missing Again: Madison runaway sought by MPD, MCSO

John Willoughby Greene Publishing, Inc.   UPDATE: Jessica Taylor Cook and Matthew Shane Sutherland have been found. —   The Madison Police Department (MPD) is currently requesting community assistance in locating a 16-year-old Madison resident, after going missing in January. MPD is asking everyone to be on the lookout for Jessica Taylor Cook, 16, of Madison; as well as 18-year-old Matthew Shane Sutherland. Cook is presumed to be a voluntary runaway with Sutherland. According to MPD, a preliminary investigation revealed that between 10 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 28, and 2:20…

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Senator strives to swipe e-cigs from teens

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. This is part of a continuing series of articles appearing in the Madison Enterprise-Recorder on various bills being considered by the Florida Legislature during this year’s state congressional session. It is published to inform you of issues that could have an impact on your life. Could electronic cigarettes and liquid nicotine soon be officially categorized as Tobacco Products in Florida Statute? One Florida Senator is pushing for a reclassification following the filing of SB 1046 on Thursday, Feb. 14. According to an announcement, released by…

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Vision 2030: Council seeks local input

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. Do you have a vision for your community? Where do you see Madison County in ten years? Are there issues you’d like to see tended to? In partnership with the University of Florida Extension Services, the Madison County Development Council is seeking community insight into the goals and strategic plans for community enrichment over the next decade. Vision 2030 will serve as a roadmap identifying the vision, issues and plans for achieving a better community and, whether you’re a business owner or a community resident,…

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