September 17, 2019

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Not forgotten: veterans park still in sight

With construction all summer on S. Washington Avenue and flooding now throughout much of the area, most of us had forgotten about the pending veterans park across from Lewis Drug and Montgomery's Furniture.
Thursday 09/12/2019
Latest flood proves more needs to be done

Madison and the surrounding area is battling another flood, an occurrence that seems to be more frequent.

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Tuesday 09/10/2019
N. Egan apartments appear appropriate

The Madison City Commission acknowledged a site plan, an artist illustration and a letter from the state historic preservation office concerning new apartments on N. Egan Ave. Monday night.

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Monday 09/09/2019
A salute to Madison, Lake County officers

When law enforcement responds in a high-profile emergency, the public recognizes and lauds officers for doing a great job.

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Thursday 09/05/2019
We can do better on on boating safety

The U.S. Coast Guard released its 2018 Recreational Boating Statistics Report recently, revealing that there were 633 boating fatalities nationwide in 2018, a 3.8% decrease from 2017. That's good news.

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Tuesday 09/03/2019
An unknown man helped define Sioux Falls

A man who helped create the modern-day Sioux Falls died last week. And you may not have heard his name before.

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Thursday 08/29/2019
Educators are enthused about new school year

The Greater Madison Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual Educator reception Wednesday, and we heard a common theme: "We're excited about the new school year."

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Wednesday 08/28/2019
Start talking about Lewis & Clark II?

The city of Madison began its participation in the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System in the early 1990s. While we are receiving additional water capacity through a "wheeling" arrangement, construction of the pipeline to our city still has not been undertaken.

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Tuesday 08/27/2019
Plane crash in 1989 changed Madison man

The pilot credited for helping save the lives of nearly 200 people in an airline crash 30 years ago has died. The retelling of the story brings back memories for many people in Madison.

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