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If Grant has ever had a public pumpkin patch, we’ve never heard about it. But they’ve got one this year.

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In the Advertiser-Gleam's fillers – the facts we like to share on most pages of the paper in most editions – last Wednesday, we shared about Antietam, a defining battle of the American Civil War. It was fought this very week back in 1862. 

Curbside recycling is provided to all residents of the City of Guntersville. Residents may pick-up blue bags free of charge from the following…

If Grant has ever had a public pumpkin patch, we’ve never heard about it. But they’ve got one this year.

In the Advertiser-Gleam's fillers – the facts we like to share on most pages of the paper in most editions – last Wednesday, we shared about A…

The Alabama Sports Writers Association released its week 5 rankings earlier this week with little changes made to Class 5A. Guntersville conti…

Albertville Middle School assistant principal Matt West enjoyed years of getting laughs from friends and family with his funny, online stories…

The August exhibit currently at the Mountain Valley Arts Council (MVAC) features over 60 pieces of artwork by art teachers, current and retired.

Lots of teens get their very first experience in the world of employment working for McDonald’s. One who started working there for the very fi…

On Sunday, September 13, 2020, Gipsy (Gip) Dane McKee, passed …

Eugene C. Herr Jr. was born September 10, 1942, in Chicago, Il…

Carol Sue Haynes of Guntersville passed away at her residence …

Robert Lee Self was born on October 10. 1939. He passed away o…

Carol Sue Haynes of Guntersville passed away at her residence …

Karen Marie Owen Downs, 59, passed away peacefully at her home…

Paula Rose Walker Warnes, 96, a resident of Brown’s Creek for …