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Wednesday, May 23, 2018 12:00 PM
After a months-long extensive search for a new superintendent, Kimber L. Halliburton was hired by by the county School Board Monday night in a unanimous vote from an initial list of 11 candidates.
  • St. Dominic’s awarded for stroke and heart care
    JACKSON — St. Dominic Hospital recently received awards from the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association for its commitment to quality stroke and heart care.
  • County historian one-of-a-kind
    Cantonians continue to have warm memories of Jim Lacey Jr., the indisputable — if unofficial — historian of Madison County who died on April 24. He was 89.
  • Absentee voting deadline upcoming
    As the deadline for absentee voting in the June primaries draws near, Madison County Circuit Clerk Anita Wray wants to ensure voters are prepared to place their vote.
  • Non-urgent transport ordered to shut down
    Madison County supervisors on Monday ordered a new ambulatory provider to cease operations inside the county until they could examine their ordinance and laws surrounding ambulances.
  • Titans build robots, teams and alliances
    A calculated push on a controller, and “Little Bot” was whirring around posts and stacking bright yellow game pieces.
       “Speed demon,” laughed Bill Richardson, Ridgeland High School’s instructor in engineering and robotics and adviser for Titan Robotics, one of the most dominant competitive clubs in the nation and possibly the world.
  • Voelkel out as county comptroller next week
    Madison County Comptroller Buddy Voelkel has resigned effective next Thursday, he announced to the Board of Supervisors on Monday.
  • Canton Schools superintendent fired
    The recently-fired Canton Public Schools Superintendent has retained the former board attorney to represent her in a hearing expected to take place sometime in June.
  • Northbay MGC beautifies Hoy entrance
    A group representing the Northbay Madison Garden Club worked hard last Saturday morning beautifying the Hoy Entrance of Northbay Subdivision. Those participating in the planting were from left:  Wes Holsapple, Mark Howard, Kelly Ingebretsen, Mary Nell Reno, and Pauline Holsapple.
  • C-Spire scholarship presented
    Mary Ranie Miller received the C-Spire scholarship presented annually to a Junior Ambassador in the Madison the City Chamber of Commerce program. Presenting the award to Miller, in the middle, were Chamber Vice President Justin Suber of C-Spire, Madison Mayor Mary Hawkins Butler, Chamber Executive Director Elizabeth Fulcher and Chamber President Carolyn Monfils of Hilton Garden Inn.
  • Journal subpoenaed, Rudy Warnock demands documents
    Former Madison County engineer Rudy Warnock who was fired in 2016 has subpoenaed Madison County Journal records as part of his ongoing $6.3 million federal lawsuit over his firing at Canton Municipal Utilities
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