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Local Sports Report - For January 12 Games

Madison Boys Basketball game finished with an incredible buzzer-beater.


It was an exciting night for the Madison Cubs as they took on Bedford North Lawrence last night winning by an incredible buzzer-beater shot by Madison player Luke Ommen. The Cubs won in overtime with the final score of 54 to 52.

Southwestern 79 New Albany 54 



Madison’s girl's varsity fought down to the wire before falling 46 to 38 at home on Wednesday against Silver Creek. Jade Nutley has 13 points and 10 rebounds. Cam Cahall had 9 points and 7 rebounds. Lundun Perry had 6 points and Taylor Lynch and Daesja Jay had 5 points.

Madison’s girls JV defeated Silver Creek 49 to 46. Breck Ralston led the way with 16 points and 3 assists. Alaina Kelley had 12 points. Patty Johnson had 6 points, 10 rebounds, and 5 steals. Cam Mann added 6 points and 3 assists.

The Switzerland County Lady Pacers brought home the win in a double-overtime game against Trimble County with the final score of 63 to 56.

The Southwestern Lady Rebels defeated South Dearborn with the final score of 55 to 49.

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  • Story Times To Go

    Throughout all of January Madison and Hanover Libraries First come- First serve Stop by to discover fun take home story times! Each story time is based on a topic like dinosaurs or bears. Choose one book for check out and grab a paper sack of fun activities for you to keep! One story Time To Go per participant. No registration required. Books and crafts subject to change.

    at Hanover Public Library
  • Donations accepted

    Starting January 22, 2021, The Salvation Army Family Store will begin to accept donations again. Donations are welcome only Fridays and Saturdays, 10-5. Please bring your gently used items to the red door located at the bottom of our ramp. If you need assistance, please notify our staff. PLEASE do not leave donations outside the store, or on our entryway. Our staff reserves the right to turn away broken, foul-smelling, moldy, stained or unusable items. Thank you for your support and understanding.

    at The Salvation Army
  • Free Covid 19 testing

    FREE COVID-19 TESTING SITE The City of Madison is offering COVID-19 testing at the Senior Center. This site will provide testing for up to 132 individuals per day free of charge without an appointment, symptoms, insurance, or a doctor’s note. Details The testing will be held at the Senior Center located at 208 N. Main St. The site will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. However, the site will close each day from 12:00 p.m. to 12:30 p.m. and from 4:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. to provide staff with meal breaks. The testing site is managed by OptumServe and follows all CDC and State of Indiana COVID-19 guidelines. Therefore, only two individuals will be permitted in the building for testing at a time. While walk-ins are accepted, residents are encouraged to register for testing online. LHI.Care/covidtesting is the preferred method for registering and requesting appointments. It is available 24/7. The Call Center is only available during the test site hours of operation for select residents that do not have internet access. The phone number is 888-634-1116. Appointments are encouraged; patients arriving at the event site without a scheduled appointment will be registered by event staff upon arrival at the facility.

    at Madison Senior Center

Local News

Jennings County Woman Seriously Injured in Crash on US 50 Near Hayden

US 50 was closed for nearly two hours for crash investigation and clean up.

Gov. Holcomb Extends Indiana's Emergency Order

This order has been extended for another week due to the COVID-19 vaccination rate picking up.

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1-18 to 1-20 Basketball Scores, ORVC Standings

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IN Basketball Hall Of Fame Remembers Madison's Spence Schnaitter

The leading scorer in the 1950 state finals, he earned numerous all-state honors and was named a 1950 Indiana All-Star.

Local Sports Report 1-16 through 1-17

A congratulations is in order for Madison’s Kelsey Bilz. She won the school’s first-ever state championship in wrestling over the weekend winning the title in the 106-pound weight class on Friday.