Remember When: Threshing with steam power

With the Steam Threshers Show taking place in Plain City July 12-15, it seemed like a good time to pull out another...

Alder board revises bullying policy

On July 9, the Jonathan Alder Local Board of Education approved a policy revision on bullying, harassment and intimidation issues as required by state...

24 years later, 3 ladies re-do ‘Anything Goes

Messenger photo by Christina Radi Debbie Cochran (standing left), Vicki Arnold and Billie Spalsbury (seated) performed in “Anything Goes” in 1983. The Madison County Arts...

WJ Biz Council pushes for revitalization committee

The Madison County Chamber of Commerce and one of its offshoots, the West Jefferson Business Council, plan to ask West Jefferson government officials to...

Supreme dairy show a first for county, country

Messenger photo by Kristy Zurbrick Helena Hall, 5, washes her cousin Kai Parker’s calf named “Special.” Hall had already given her own calf, “Brooklyn,”...

Composer hits high note with latest piece

Messenger photo by Kristy Zurbrick John Lloyd, church organist by day and composer of orchestra music by night, holds his latest piece to...

Farmers market on a growth spurt

There’s nothing quite like a homegrown tomato...or onion...or melon. Get it all without the work at the Madison County Producers Association’s farmers market, now open...

Hospital thanks contributors: Progress made already on breast ca

The Madison County Hospital Foundation’s new Business Partners are: (front row, from left) Don Coonfare and Ray Glock, West Jefferson VFW Post 7005; Nancy...

Remember When: County fair board in 1938

It’s fair week! Through July 14, the Madison County Fairgrounds in London will be abuzz...

Development issues heat up in WJ

Concerns over how to handle commercial and industrial growth sparked heated discussion between West Jefferson council members and Mayor Tom Phillips at the July...

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