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Patsy Bunch Cabler, 74, of Guntersville, passed away Wednesday, January 13, 2021, at Huntsville Hospital.

Alabama offers a “Severe Weather Sales Tax Holiday” every February where people can buy storm supplies without paying taxes. The dates for the…

More than 600 students were awarded degrees at Jacksonville State University's Fall 2020 commencement on Dec. 11-12, including the following l…

During last Wednesday’s Marshall County Commission meeting, the issue of hiring a code enforcement officer was talked about at length.

The Asbury boys played Plainview close for a quarter, but it got away from them a bit in the second quarter and Plainview went on to win 70-50.

The Guntersville boys and girls varsity basketball teams have earned a spot in the latest Top 10 rankings.

Long distances, bad weather and even COVID-19 can’t stop Wes Kitchens from watching the Crimson Tide play football in person.

The Guntersville Lady Wildcats defeated Marshall County foe DAR Tuesday night in convincing fashion by a score of 74-38.

The Whole Backstage theatre in Guntersville, with season sponsor Sonny Lewis, will present “Crimes of the Heart” by Beth Henley in mid-February. 

Mountain Valley Arts Council’s January 2021 exhibit was named by the featured photographer, 92-year-old Perry Leaming, who resides in Albertvi…

Tennessee native Ginger Marie Wilson writes faith-based children’s books, derived from fairytale classic stories like Alice in Wonderland and …

Evelyn Virginia Simms Neal, 90, of Woodville, Alabama, passed …

Patsy Bunch Cabler, 74, of Guntersville, passed away Wednesday…

A former Guntersville High and Snead standout athlete, Trent H…

Mary Esta Walls Henson of Columbus City passed away January 13, 2021.

Ruth Carpenter Owen, of Scottsboro, Alabama, went to her heave…

Mrs. Elaine Thomas Marion, 72, of Guntersville, Alabama, began…

Ray Dwight Martin, a lifelong resident of Grant, passed away o…

Addie Evelyn H. Starnes of Grant passed away Friday, January 8…