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underwater love

By NIKKI ROWELL,

Madison couple exchange marriage vows in Bahamas with sharks part of the wedding party

Ronnie and DeLane Grogan have always been a nontraditional couple and have never felt the need to go along with the norm.




City committee reviewing site plans for Woodland Hills gating application

By ANTHONY WARREN,

Residents in the Woodland Hills neighborhood should know by early next week whether or not their gating application will be going on to the Jackson City Council.

Recently, the Woodland Hills Conservation Association (WHCA) presented its gating application to the Jackson Site Plan Review Committee for review.







Commercial growth results in sales tax revenue increase in Madison

By NIKKI ROWELL,

The city of Madison has seen a jump in sales tax revenue recently, which could be attributed to the commercial growth the city is experiencing.

In January 2017, the city brought in $709,136 in sales tax. The following year, the city saw $758,375 in sales tax.

Sales tax revenue increased by $49,239, or 6.94 percent.





My Ten Years Ago Me hopefully would be proud

By ELIZABETH QUINN,

A friend recently reminded me about a book I read several years ago that I really loved, What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty. In it, a woman wakes up from a bad fall to find that amnesia has taken all memory of the last 10 years of her life. In her last memory, she is pregnant with her first child and blissfully in love with her husband.


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Kindergarteners (from left) Jaycee Baker, Paylor Jordan, Lucy Hines, Hart Noblitt and Carter Haralson recently dressed for their hundredth day of school at Jackson Academy.