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FUNDRAISER: Do you want to win $10,000?

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. One lucky person could walk away from the Madison County High School (MCHS) vs Suwannee County High School football game on Friday, Oct. 27, $10,000 richer. The MCHS varsity football team and the MCHS Vaquero Guard marching band are having a drawing that will give one lucky individual the chance to try and win $10,000. Tickets are $5 each and are available from any football team or band member. Money raised by each organization will stay with that organization. At halftime during the game, a…

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Editorials 

From the sunny side… A glimpse at the future

Not everyone knows this, but I can be a sentimental type on occasion. Those with whom I work will probably be quick to categorize me as the “cynical” type when it comes to certain “matters of the heart.” I admit that, at times, I have even helped to perpetrate that image. It does make for some laughter around the paper from time to time. Most of the time it’s merely one of the many “roles” I personify, sometimes for purely entertainment purposes. I must admit, however, that even “an old…

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Jack Eugene Forney

Mr. Jack Eugene Forney, 86, died Sunday, Oct. 15 at Magnolia House, Quincy, Fl. Jack was born in Kirkville, Ia. on May 27, 1931 and lived in Homestead, Fl. before moving to Melbourne, Fl. in 1978. He was retired from the United States Air Force and from Dictaphone Company as a Senior Electronics Technician. Jack was preceded in death by one son, Michael Forney; one brother, Richard Forney; and two sisters: Margaret Gillen and Roberta Taylor Jack is survived by his wife, Helen Barfield Forney of Quincy; two sons, Russ…

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Community News 

Dinner and Murder (For Fun) at the Main Street Playhouse

Story Submitted Mystery, dinner and fun are back on the menu at the Main Street Playhouse in Madison as the RATT pact takes the stage once again for their annual murder mystery dinner theatre. Keeping in the spirit of Agatha Christie, this year’s show A Murder Has Been Renounced will keep audience members guessing, and laughing, until the very end. Show dates are November 2, 3, and 4 with the Thursday performance offering a dessert-only option. Written by Lee Mueller and performed by local talent, audience members will be entertained…

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