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Evelyn Chancy: Generations of service to MCHS

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. According to a September 2018 news release by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median number of years that workers had been with their current employer was 4.2 years. In stark contrast to this trend, Evelyn Chancy, the school secretary at Madison County High School (MCHS), has been on the job for 50 years. Chancy, a Madison native, began her career at the old Madison High School, not long after she had graduated from there. Chancy attended North Florida Junior College (now North Florida…

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Madison County schools celebrate Arbor Day

Country artist Trace Adkins sings a song titled “Just Fishin.” In the song there’s a little girl and her father sitting on the bank of the river with lines in the water, and she thinks they are just fishing. However, the daddy knows the real truth is there is so much more going on. Stuff like relationship building, memory making and maybe even a little environmental education. We could change the title of that song to “Just 4-H-ing” because there is so much more than just being in a 4-H…

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Eight from Madison County make Dean’s List

Story Submitted by NFCC North Florida Community College (NFCC) student Jordan Messer has been selected as the Chancellor’s Clark Maxwell Scholar Student of the Month by the Florida College System for December of 2018. “Jordan is a very sought after tutor, an extremely competent and helpful library student worker, and a high-achieving student in a very demanding academic program,” said Lynn Wyche, Director of Learning Resources at NFCC. “Her willingness to assist with special projects within the nursing program and the Learning Resources department has solidified her stellar reputation with…

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