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Rachael Cash is the Force Behind Touch-a-Truck

 April 16, 2014

Rachael Cash and her family are among the many who were lured from another part of the state by Madison's beauty, tight-knit community, and proximity to the ocean.Three years ago, Rachael and her husband, James, lived in West...

Marietta Lee: A Legacy of Involvement

 April 9, 2014

Around Madison, there's not much untouched by Marietta Lee's influence. In recognition of that, The Country School recently awarded her its 2013 Distinguished Alumni Award.Marietta serves as a vice president and corporate...

Ron Soja is the (Piano) Man Behind Hand's Show Choir

 April 2, 2014

When Ron Soja came to Daniel Hand High School (DHHS) to lead its show choir 14 years ago, its performances were nearly unrecognizable by today's standards."It started off with us basically doing a couple performances here at...

Charles Kochakian: He's Not the Story

 March 26, 2014

When Charles Kochakian was asked if he would agree to be interviewed to be Person of the Week, his reaction was exactly what those who know the award-winning journalist best would have predicted."Why do you want to do a story...

Ken Shuey: The Illustrated Man

 March 19, 2014

Madison artist Ken Shuey can turn to his own life story whenever he needs inspiration.Born in Illinois on his grandparents' farm, which had no running water, Ken moved to Marshalltown, Iowa, before his family settled in Utah...

Mac Bohonnon: Madison's Olympian is Just Getting Started

 March 12, 2014

There are several ways to describe Mac Bohonnon: Madison native, freestyle aerial skier, and now, Olympian.Early last week, Mac was waiting at Denver International Airport for his flight back to Park City, Utah, where he...

Carlene Weis is Having a Fashion Affair

 March 5, 2014

Carlene Weis has spent seven years on the Madison Chamber of Commerce's Board of Directors and helped found its events committee five years ago. As owner of downtown clothing store Jolie, she is also one of the members most excited about the Chamber's upcoming...

Bruce Conway Helps Kids Focus on the Fun with Buddy Baseball

 February 26, 2014

Bruce Conway says he has the best job in Little League.His job as the coordinator for Buddy Baseball, a league for Madison boys and girls aged 5 to 18 with special needs (but open to anyone between those ages who wants to...

Helen Sisk: World Traveler is a Force Behind Winter Wonder Ball

 February 19, 2014

Helen Sisk has had some remarkable life experiences. Fifteen years ago, she was in the midst of a two-year stint traveling the world with her husband, Scott, whom she met while they were students at Duke University. At Duke, Helen had studied political science,...

Anita Spear: Home Daycare to Preschool Director

 February 12, 2014

Anita Spear became pregnant with her 5 year-old daughter, Nadine, when she was 46, but you'd never guess her age. She's the picture of vitality with an easy smile, an energetic demeanor-and a button-down, red-and-white pinstripe shirt that says in a font that...

Susan McDevitt Creates Her Own Silver Lining

 February 5, 2014

On June 12, 2011, Madison resident Susan McDevitt stopped by the hospital to have some stomach pain checked out. The family had a party planned later that day for her son Joshua's 20th birthday. Thinking it would be nothing serious and she'd be back home in no...

Mardi Gras Gala and Much More to Come for SAA

 January 29, 2014

Surrounded by brilliantly hued Mardi Gras beads and "Lucky Loot" bags at his Shoreline Arts Alliance (SAA) office in Guilford, Executive Director/CEO Eric Dillner shines just as brightly when describing the exciting changes and amazing future the Madison...

Lynn Cholewinski Creates A Place for Us

 January 22, 2014

For Lynn Cholewinski, necessity was the mother of invention.As her 16 year-old daughter, Krista, who has Down syndrome, entered her teenage years, Lynn noticed a disconnect as Krista's non-special-needs friends began to drive...

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