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The Jake Sullivan Golf Tournament made for an awesome weekend

Emerald G. Parsons: Greene Publishing, Inc. The annual Jake Sullivan Golf Tournament was held Oct. 21-22 at the Madison Golf & Country Club. Approximately 60 golfers joined together for a fun-filled weekend of golf, great food and great fellowship. The two-man teams battled it out with scores from their Best Ball on Saturday and their Scramble scores on Sunday. Participants were served lunch on both Saturday and Sunday and a catered dinner was served on Saturday evening with special entertainment by Highway 59.

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Cowboys rope in Raiders, cap off undefeated season

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. For the second season in a row, the Madison County High School (MCHS) Cowboys have completed a perfect, undefeated regular season. On Thursday, Nov. 2, the Cowboys travelled to Tallahassee to take on the Rickards High School Raiders in the final game of this year’s regular season. When the clock hit all zeros, the Cowboys had racked up over 400 yards on the ground and had chalked up their 10th win of the season with a 34-12 victory. The Raiders drew first blood when they…

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GOVERNMENT: Tim Sanders to serve as Jefferson County’s Interim Clerk of the Court

Lazaro Aleman: Greene Publishing, Inc. As of Wednesday morning, Nov. 1, the Jefferson County Clerk of Court’s office has a new head at its helm. Tim Sanders was administered the oath of office by Jefferson County Judge Bobby Plaines on Wednesday afternoon. Sanders’ wife, Mary Ann, and his daughter, Sara, accompanied him at the swearing-in ceremony, in the courtroom. “I’m honored to be appointed and to work with the fine, knowledgeable staff in the (Jefferson County’s) Clerk of Court’s office,” said Sanders. He touched on the similarities between Jefferson and…

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Lee Community: Closing after 71 years

John Willoughby: Greene Publishing, Inc. Cherry Farms Hardware in Lee has been around for quite sometime but now, it’s time to say “see you later,” but not “goodbye.” Larrie Cherry served three years in the US Army during World War II, after high school and was awarded the Purple Heart. On Nov. 3, 1946, after Larrie returned home, he married his sweetheart, Virginia, and opened up what was called then, Cherry’s Feed Store. Because Larrie raised poultry, the Cherrys found it necessary to involve a contract broiler operation. At this…

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