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Greene Publishing, Inc. welcomes editor: Savannah Reams

Greene Publishing, Inc. is pleased to announce the newest addition to our news team! On Monday, June 4, Savannah Reams began her role as editor of the Madison County Carrier and the Madison Enterprise-Recorder. Reams grew up in Greenville, Fl. She graduated high school from Aucilla Christian Academy in 2009. From there, she went on to attend North Florida Community College for two years until she transferred to Valdosta State University, from which she obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. During her tenure at VSU, Reams studied abroad…

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Scam Alert: Troy Jowers lurking in Madison County

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. Summer is on its way and trees are continuing to grow. If you’re one to call for help to get your yard worked on, this is one scam alert you will want to take notice of. Troy Preston Jowers, whose last known address was in Live Oak, has been making the rounds in four counties, including Madison County, and scamming citizens out of their money and time. According to alleged victims, Jowers, who works under multiple business names, makes a verbal agreement to do yard…

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City Manager resigns due to City Commission

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. Following a special meeting regarding an employment termination appeal on Tuesday, May 29, City Manager Sarah Anderson extended her letter of resignation to the Madison City Commissioners, effective June 30. According to Anderson, she tendered her resignation and turned it into Mayor Ina Thompson on the morning of Tuesday, May 29. The resignation had not been shared with the commissioners. Anderson had been having second thoughts about the resignation until the special meeting. On Jan. 9, an employment agreement began between Anderson and the Madison…

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County Commissioners face challenging agenda

Mickey Starling: Greene Publishing, Inc. Madison County Commissioners met on Wednesday, May 23, with a host of difficult items on the agenda. The meeting began with Rick Stanford, Commander of The Military Order of the Purple Heart Chapter 758, in Tallahassee, giving a brief description of the history of the Purple Heart, an award given to military personnel who are wounded or killed in combat while performing meritorious acts of bravery while in combat. During the Commissioners’ meeting, a proclamation was read by Clerk of Court Billy Washington, citing Madison…

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