Former Cub basketball player, Jackson Falconberry, challenges for the tip at last years Turkey Shootout

2022 Turkey Shootout Preview

Mitchell Adams, Staff Reporter November 22, 2022

It is Thanksgiving time once again. The turkeys are thawing, the pumpkin pie is baking, and for sports enthusiasts, the Turkey Shootout is back for another installment. Madison and Southwestern basketball...

National Teacher Shortage Reaches MCHS

National Teacher Shortage Reaches MCHS

Mitchell Adams, Staff Reporter November 15, 2022

In a post-Covid-19 pandemic world, society faces various challenges as life returns to normal. Staffing shortages in restaurants and stores have become a fact of life. However, these are not the only institutions...

Fall fashion trends for 2022

Four Hot Fashion Trends for Fall

Mia MIres, Staff Reporter November 3, 2022

The weather is starting to feel like Taylor Swift’s “All Too Well” ten-minute version, and it is time for pumpkins. Fall is here, and the best part of the season is always the fashion. With a breeze...

The Madisonians Definitive List of the Best and Worst Halloween Candies

‘The Madisonian’s’ Definitive List of the Best and Worst Halloween Candies

Mallory Castor, Staff Reporter October 28, 2022

Halloween is a holiday that many people love. Who doesn't want a day that revolves around scary movies, candy, and fun costumes? Each year almost 600 million pounds of Halloween candy are purchased by...

New Madison Consolidated Schools superintendent Teresa Brown

New MCS Superintendent Teresa Brown to Take Collaborative Approach

Crisnell Cabigting, Staff Reporter September 22, 2022

On July 13, 2022, Madison Consolidated Schools named Dr. Teresa Brown as the district's new superintendent after the resignation of former superintendent Jeff Studebaker. Before accepting the position...

The Crystal Beach slide September 2022

Mayor Courtney Updates ‘The Madisonian’ on Local Industrial Projects

Emilee Kostin-Tibbits, Staff Reporter September 22, 2022

For residents of Madison, the options for things to do can seem to be few and far between. However, a recent announcement from the city let citizens know there will, at the very least, be a few new places...

MCHS Athletic Director Patric Morrison

Morrison Steps into the MCHS Athletic Director Role

Reagan Warren, Staff Reporter September 1, 2022

With the 2022-2023 school year starting Madison has had a lot of new changes. Recently the former athletic director Joe Bronkella moved schools and started a new job at Center Grove High School. Due to...

Overlooking the practice green and hole number 10 at Sunrise Golf Course

A New Dawn for Sunrise Golf Course

Keara Eder, Staff Reporter March 18, 2022

Adjacent to Michigan Road, you will find Sunrise Golf Course, the city golf course for Madison, Indiana. For decades, Sunrise operated the same way by the same golf professional. In early 2021, Madison...

MCHS students, Davis Powell, Dylan Banks, and Isiah Denning before the 2022 MCHS semi-formal dance.

How a Group of High School Students Held a High School Dance

Davis Powell, Staff Reporter March 17, 2022

Only someone crazy would do something so stupid as to try to take on a dance, and I certainly went crazy trying to do it. It was an incredible experience, though, and I created memories and established...

MCHS student Gavin Williams was recently accepted in the Indiana Academy in Muncie, IN.

MCHS Sophomore Accepted to Prestigious Alternative School

Isa James, Staff Reporter March 11, 2022

Madison Consolidated High School sophomore Gavin Williams was accepted to the esteemed Indiana Academy of Science, Mathematics, and Humanities in Muncie, Indiana. The private high school offers students...

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 01/18/1964, Civil Rights Meeting, LBJ Library photo by Yoichi Okamoto

Why MCS Is in Session for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Lauren Conner and Keara Eder February 9, 2022

In years past, the Madison Consolidated School system had no school on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Recently, the schedule has changed to where students will be in school that Monday. This year MCS schools...

Meth and Fentanyl Continue to Affect the Community and MCHS

Meth and Fentanyl Continue to Affect the Community and MCHS

Crisnell Cabigting, Staff Reporter December 3, 2021

The small town of Madison, Indiana, is known for its well-known festivals and gatherings that bring people around the area from all around the nation. Over the past few years, there has been a spark in...

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