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natural phenomenoN: All eyes on the sky

Lynette Norris: Greene Publishing, Inc. A solar eclipse happens somewhere in the world every 18 months.  That’s how long it takes for everything, from the moon’s position relative to the sun and earth, to the phase of the moon, to the moon’s distance from the earth, to swing into position like a dreamily choreographed ballet.  What makes a solar eclipse so memorable is the rarity with which it occurs over the place where you happen to live, or can travel to – the earth is a pretty big place after…

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SPORTS: Former Cowboy to play football in France

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. Madison, Fl. is certainly a long way from St. Ouen l’Aumône in France. But that is where former Madison County High School (MCHS) Cowboy Brandon Crawford will be heading in order to play football. Crawford has signed with Global Pro Athletes to play football for the French team. The 6’2”, 285 lb. Madison native played for the University of Buffalo after a stellar career as a Cowboy. While at MCHS, he was named All-State Second Team as a junior. During his senior year at MCHS,…

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Weather: Forecasters update hurricane season

Lazaro Aleman: Greene Publishing, Inc. Weather forecasters are revising their earlier predictions about the 2017 hurricane season in accordance with new information. Due to changing conditions in the tropical Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is now indicating that the season could be “extremely active” for tropical storms and hurricanes. In a revised forecast issued last week, the agency indicated that the chance of an above-normal season is now 60 percent, up from its May prediction of 45 percent. The agency has also…

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An evening of Americana music in downtown Madison

Story Submitted The Main Street Playhouse is proud to present “An Evening of Americana Music – a Journey Through American Songs” featuring local classical vocalists Drew Ladd and Christian Schmoe. The one evening event will take place on Friday, Sept. 1, beginning at 7:30 p.m. This special musical journey will begin with early American hymns and folk songs and continue with selections of old American songs, chosen works of Stephen Foster, a sampling of American art songs, favorites from the WWII era, and some of the most beloved tunes from…

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