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A re-sentencing hearing for James Matthew Hyde, the gunman was convicted of the 1995 murder of Albertville police detective Andy Whitten, got underway Thursday morning in Judge Tim Riley’s courtroom.

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The Marshall County People Against a Littered State (PALS) presented their Business Pride Award to High Rock Farm in Albertville on Wednesday.

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Sharon Price is a survivor of two tornadoes that came through Marshall County in 1995 and 2010. Both times, she was pregnant.

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Peak tornado season in Alabama begins in spring each year around March and ends in late May.

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Anita McBurnett, director at Marshall County EMA, says people should first and foremost to be prepared for any type of weather. That includes winter weather such as ice storms and heavy snow.

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Brindlee Mountain Elementary School’s spelling bee took place on Friday, Jan. 11. The winner was Devon Murray (left) and the runner up was Audrey Harbin (right). The spelling bee had 20 students, which was two from each homeroom. The students who won their class/grade level spelling bee adva…

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Brindlee Mountain High School was the only school in the county system that attended the 2019 inauguration of Governor Kay Ivey. 

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Cody Nugent was sworn in as the new Marshall County Coroner on Thursday, January 10, by Judge Mitch Floyd.

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Frances Wrenn took Catherine Cameron to the beauty salon and to the grocery store. Frances also did some odd jobs in Catherine’s house.

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SECOND MOVE. The final two pieces of the Smith-Willis house near the Guntersville First Baptist Church began the journey to their new home on Monte Sano Mountain last Monday morning.

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The crowd gathered at the Marshall County Courthouse on Monday for the swearing in ceremony for Sheriff Phil Sims overflowed into the hallways adjacent to the courtroom in the few minutes before Sims took the oath.

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Grant Mayor Larry Walker took some time at the beginning of this year to look back on the town’s major accomplishments of 2018 and to look forward to some new goals in 2019.

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Marshall Christian School broke ground on a new home football field last Tuesday. The Stallions recently wrapped up their second season of 6-man football.

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Marshall County resident Judi Beekley shares her home with 51 exotic birds from over five different species. Many she has had since they were hatched, and some have even been in her care for 35 years.

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Charles Dixon was presented with the Ambassador of Peace Medal in Montgomery awhile back for his service during the Korean War.

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Nancy McCoy is back in the hospital in Huntsville. We are wishing her the best.

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Marshall County resident Maikool Gomes is coming to the end of an 18-year-long process to become a U.S. citizen this January.

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Shepherd’s Cove Hospice’s Race to Remember will have their 14th annual run on April 27. This picture was taken from last years event.

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The Grant Town Council was expected to appoint Joe Cagle to the position of Parks and Rec Director at their meeting last night (Tuesday).

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Arab Fire and Rescue and Four-C Volunteer Fire Departments were called to Brindlee Mountain Elementary School (Grassy) Thursday after a caller reported smoke coming from the cafeteria area.

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State troopers are investigating the single vehicle crash that claimed the life of 34-year-old Jerrad Lynn Smith of Huntsville on Monday.

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IN A POND. A truck was discovered turned over in a pond on property owned by the Douglas Water Authority on Cox Gap Road on January 2nd. The investigation is still ongoing, but investigators have determined the truck was from Jasper and had not been reported stolen.

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The swearing in ceremonies of Marshall County’s new elected officials will be held at the Marshall County Courthouse in Courtroom No. 1.

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The Marshall County School System's overall school report card grade issued by the state is an 82 or a low B, up from a 79 or high C last year.

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James Everett, Senior Manager of the River Forecast Center of TVA, said that it is now official that 2018 was the wettest on record across the Tennessee Valley. The basin average for 2018 was 67.1 inches of rain. The previous record was set in 1973 with 65.1 inches.

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A house caught on fire on Liberty Road. The homeowner’s family said that the fire department thinks it could have been related to the electrical wiring. The house once belonged to the family’s grandmother, but when she passed away three years ago, it went to their uncle.

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December was wet and January is starting out wet too. Heavy rainfall fell Wednesday evening into Thursday morning across much of the county. 

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Michelle Ott, 39, of Arab was arrested on December 24th on Leonard Road in Guntersville on a charge of possession of a controlled substance.

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These are the breakfast and lunch menus for Marshall County and Guntersville City Schools for the week of January 7 through January 11.

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Virginia Ernestine Humphrey Hodges, 79, of Boaz and Hunter Nicholas Partak, 22, of Grant collided on Gunter Avenue at the intersection of Patterson Street and Homer Clayton Drive on December 26th. There were no injuries.

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A Taurus .38. Special revolver was reported stolen on December 23rd from a residence on Brown Street in Guntersville. The owner filed a report with Guntersville Police. 

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Employees of Murphy USA have reported multiple instances of gasoline being stolen by the same person, according to a Guntersville Police report.