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Savannah Reams: Greene Publishing, Inc. As previously reported in the June 15 issue of the Madison Enterprise-Recorder, on Wednesday, June 13, signs were unexpectedly placed at Family Dollar’s storefront in Lee informing the public that all food items were unavailable for purchase at their location. Many residents have expressed their concern, explaining that Family Dollar is the only grocery store in the town. Residents are required to drive to the cities of Madison, Live Oak, Tallahassee or other neighboring cities in order to purchase groceries and other goods. For some,…

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Cowgirls and Coach make All-Big Bend Team

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. It would be a very large understatement to say this season for the Madison County High School (MCHS) Cowgirls was a momentous one. For the first time in five years, the Cowgirls made a return trip to the state tournament, making it all the way to the state semi-final game in Vero Beach. The progress made by the Cowgirls did not go unnoticed by area coaches and sports media. After leading the Cowgirls to a 17-8 season, Head Coach Tommy Garner was named the All-Big…

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Who’s running the City of Madison? City Manager walks out and leaves it all behind

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc.                       After a series of unexpected events, Sarah Anderson vacated her position as City Manager in the middle of the City of Madison Commission meeting on Tuesday, June 12. In attendance were Mayor Ina Thompson and Commissioners Judy Townsend, Jim Catron, Rayne Cooks and Terry Johnson. Also in attendance was attorney Tommy Reeves. David Lawton, a business owner within the City of Madison, was in attendance with a reserved spot on the agenda regarding a…

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Lee Family Dollar prohibits sale of food

Savannah Reams: Greene Publishing, Inc. On Wednesday, June 13, signs were unexpectedly placed at Family Dollar’s storefront in Lee informing the public that all food items were unavailable for purchase at their location. All other goods are still accessible, including clothes, paper products, and other supplies. However, all comestibles are off limits– on the shelf and in the cooler. As of now, Greene Publishing, Inc. has contacted the Madison County Health Department who could not provide further information on this matter. The Food Safety Division remained quiet as well, informing…

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