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The Madison City Commission will hear a funding request from the executive director of the Lake Area Improvement Corporation when it meets at 5:30 p.m. on Monday at City Hall.

The staff at the Madison Central School District announced by email on Wednesday afternoon that they were notified about a student or staff member at Madison High School who had tested positive for having the COVID-19 virus.

The COVID-19 vaccine is being administered by Madison Regional Health System as weekly allotments are being received. That number can vary from 50 to 200, according to Kathy Hansen, director of quality, safety and emergency preparedness.

City commissioners on Monday approved a change to Madison's 2021 salary and wage plan for municipal employees. The plan added a city administrator to the listing of payroll assignments for full-time department head positions.

The Lake County Commission postponed making a decision on a resolution which would have added speed limits to weight limits for trucks on identified county roads during the spring thaw.

On Tuesday at 9:06 a.m., the Lake County Sheriff's Office responded to a rollover crash on SD-19, a half-mile south of its intersection with 242nd Street.

Staff with the Madison Central School District sent an email to families on Monday afternoon announcing that a student or staff member at Madison High School and a student or staff member at Madison Middle School have tested positive for COVID-19.

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The Madison City Commission will consider hearing the second reading of changes to appropriations related to the city's 2020 budget when it meets at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday at City Hall.

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CybHER is providing seven Dakota State University students with scholarships this spring, courtesy of a new sponsor, Peraton.

The Lake County Commission will begin to again receive quarterly reports on Tuesday at a regular meeting scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. in the commission meeting room of the Lake County Courthouse.

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The staff at the Madison Central School District reported on Friday afternoon that health officials had notified them of a positive COVID-19 diagnosis for one person at the high school.

State and local law enforcement officers reported on Saturday that a senior male received fatal injuries from a two-vehicle collision that occurred on Friday afternoon.

City commissioners on Monday approved a revised set of rates and charges for utility water services charged by the city of Madison. These include an increased monthly surcharge that will help pay for water system improvements currently planned and under way in Madison, offset by a lower base…

The staff with the Madison Central School District announced on Monday afternoon that a new case of COVID-19 was diagnosed within the public school system.

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For the second time in two years, St. John Lutheran Church in Madison is reopening the Community Clothing Room in January. Beginning Jan. 7, the Clothing Room will be open weekly on Thursdays from 1-4 p.m. and on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The Lake County Commission will be holding its first meeting of the new year on Tuesday morning after commissioners take the oath of office in the Lake County courtroom. The meeting will begin at 9 a.m. in the commission meeting room of the Lake County Courthouse.

The city commissioners have approved contracts with Rapid City and Roseville, Minn., companies to provide chemicals during 2021 that will help technicians operate Madison's water treatment plant.

The Madison City Commission will consider holding the second readings of two ordinances, dealing with municipal water rates and taxes, when they meet at 5:30 p.m. on Monday at City Hall.

Most people are more than a little tired of 2020. With the number of new COVID-19 cases in South Dakota dropping after a rough fall and vaccines on the horizon, some may boldly choose to celebrate New Year's Eve as they have in years past.