School 

Homecoming events planned at MCHS

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. Next week will be the time for students at Madison County High School (MCHS) to show their school spirit as they get ready for the big Homecoming game on Friday, Oct. 20. Each day will have a different theme and different chances for all the students to join in the fun. The theme for this year’s Homecoming celebration is “Cowboy up.” Monday, Oct. 16, is “Character Day.” Students can dress up as their favorite character. Tuesday, Oct. 17, is “Favorite Team Day.” Students may wear…

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School 

The School Bell… Building relationships and solid learning

Story submitted by Donna Law I have worked at James Madison Preparatory High School going on three years now and currently teach Physical Science, Biology, Anatomy & Physiology, and Chemistry.  I love to learn and have always loved almost every type of science.  As a parent, I have spent hundreds of hours volunteering in my children’s classrooms.  I admired educators and the job they do, and this inspired me to become a teacher. I received my A.A. degree here locally at North Florida Community College where I received a Student…

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Sports 

Jay Johnson Memorial Golf Tournament a success

Story Submitted The James Madison Preparatory High School (JMPHS) PTO held its annual Jay Johnson Memorial Golf Tournament on Saturday, Sept. 30, at the Madison Golf & Country Club. JMPHS would like to thank all participating community members, faculty, staff, students and parents for making this annual event a success and for helping to raise funds to support the school. The 2017 first place winners were (Madison County Community Bank) Brad Robinson, Leanne Griner, Alan Sowell and Chris Andrews. Second Place winners were (Mossy Oak Properties) Chuck Mays, Jason Fletcher,…

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CRIME: Man sentenced for deadly collision Emerald G. Parsons: Greene Publishing, Inc. On Feb. 25, 2015 a car crash took the life of a 22-year-old Pinetta woman and her 23-year old boyfriend, of Valdosta, Ga. Logan Paige Shelley and Kyle Ryan Naville were travelling southbound, in a Ford Mustang, on Old Clyattville Road, just north of the Wild Adventures entrance, when they were hit head-on by a Ford F-150, driven by Jeremy Mack Carter, 37, of Valdosta. According to Georgia State Patrol reports, Carter was northbound on Old Clyattville Road,…

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