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The Madison County Record


HUNTSVILLE WEATHER
  • Smoke seen at Senior Center
    Smoke seen at Senior Center
    The Huntsville Fire Department was called to the Madison County Senior Activity and Wellness Center, 903 N. College, last Wednesday.
  • Impact of virus continues
    Impact of virus continues

    The COVID-19 coronavirus has shown few signs of slowing down as it affects the country and many parts of Arkansas.

  • Coaches, advisers in ‘dead period’ for now
    Coaches, advisers in ‘dead period’ for now
    Athletic coaches and activity advisers around the state are in a “dead period” until at least April 17, meaning they can have only limited contact with players and students.
    
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Saturday, April 4, 2020
April 2, 2020, online poll

Should access to rivers, campgrounds and hiking trails be shut down because of the coronavirus and the number of out-of-state people who have come to the state?


 

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