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Are you registered to vote? Ends July 30

Lazaro Aleman: Greene Publishing, Inc. Voters are reminded that Monday, July 30, is the last day to register or change political party affiliation for the upcoming election. You must also update your registration card if you’ve moved since the last election or changed your name. Elections Supervisor Tommy Hardee underscored the point on Wednesday, July 25, noting that early voting for the primary starts as early as Saturday, Aug. 18. Voters may register in person at the Supervisor of Elections Office at 239 SW Pinckney St., pick up the registration…

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Know before you vote: Amendment Eight

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. This is the eighth in a series of articles that will appear in the Madison Enterprise-Recorder. Each article will examine one of the 13 proposed constitutional amendments that will be appearing on the Florida elections ballot on Tuesday, Nov. 6. This week’s article takes a look at Amendment Eight. This November, Florida voters will be making a major decision that will have a significant effect on the way local school boards govern local schools. If passed by the voters, Amendment Eight would make three changes…

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Madison mourns loss; child struck by car

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. Madison County is mourning the loss of a local child who lost his life after a tragic incident in Madison took place on Saturday, July 21, at approximately 3:30 p.m. According to a report by the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP), Willie Parrish, 74, of Madison, was traveling north on Parramore Ave., while approaching the T-intersection of SW Miller St. Parrish visually observed Andrew “A.J.” Davis Jr., 6, of Madison, dart into the roadway of Parramore Ave. from the right, chasing a basketball directly into the…

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Keep alert for rabies: Second fox tested positive

Story Submitted: Florida Department of Health After a fox tested positive for rabies on Thursday, May 24, the Florida Department of Health in Madison County is now issuing another rabies alert for the county region in response to a fox that tested positive on Wednesday, July 18. The residents and visitors of Madison County are asked to maintain a heightened awareness that rabies is active in the wild animal population in Madison County. Alerts are designed to increase awareness to the public, but they should not get a false sense…

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