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Cloverton in Concert December 14 at 7:00 p.m. at the Guntersville First United Methodist Church Worship Center on 609 Blount Ave. Sponsored by Compassion International. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. The event is FREE but tickets are required and may be reserved at www.gfumc.net.

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Whether they use it for an addition to the city inert landfill, turn it into a chert pit or use it for some other purpose, appraiser John Woodall said he thought the City of Guntersville is getting a good deal on 56-1/2 acres that adjoin the current inert landfill down Highway 79-S.

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The Guntersville City School Board approved hiring Holly Pond principal Steve Miller as the new principal at Guntersville High School at their regular monthly meeting Monday night. He seemed enthusiastic and ready to go and talked about the strong traditions at Guntersville and how he was lo…

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The Alder Spring Volunteer Fire Department has picked up a new member who brings a lot to the table. And longtime Guntersville residents will instantly recognize the name.

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The Whole Backstage Theatre and Season Sponsor Sonny Lewis announce the upcoming holiday production, “A Christmas Carol – A Radio Play”, directed by Johnny Brewer, with technical director, Denton Gillen. Performances will be December 16, 17, 18, at 7:00 p.m., with a Sunday matinee December 1…

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The DAR yearbook crew has a mentoring program where seniors show the ropes of yearbook work, particularly photography, to the sophomores and juniors coming up in the program. It gives the program a sense of continuity and it paid off in a big way earlier this fall when DAR held its annual De…

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Henryville Methodist Church Christmas Food Giveaway Sunday, Dec. 19, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. at their Family Life Center at 22520 Highway 431. Those unable to pick up food in person can call 256-582-2734 to arrange delivery.

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While many of us were strapping in for a long Thanksgiving week, 81-year-old Tom Swatek of Guntersville was strapping up to celebrate his belated birthday.

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Court records recently showed that a jury questionnaire was filed in the 2018 triple homicide case in Guntersville involving suspect Jimmy O’Neal Spencer.

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Quality Medical Care opened in Morgan City a month or so back, and veteran nurse practitioner Tammy Wilson has already seen a lot of patients from around the area, even from south Huntsville.

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Cherrie Ann Staten of Guntersville died Thursday, November 25, 2021, at Marshall Medical Center North. She was 71. 

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We don’t know if you’ve driven through the Northtown business district in the last week or so, but the windows of the various businesses are decked out in Christmas finery and it’s looking great. Trees and lights are everywhere.

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The following people were booked on these charges at the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office. Please remember that a charge is merely an accusation and all defendants are presumed innocent until found guilty in a court of law.

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The Marshall County Democratic Executive Committee will open the candidate qualifying period for the 2022 election cycle on Monday, December 6, at 9:00 a.m. in coordination with the Alabama Democratic Party.

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The following people were booked at the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office. Please remember that a charge is merely an accusation and all defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of low.

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Guntersville Middle School recently celebrated their first Multicultural Day. Students celebrated the many different ethnicities and heritages that are represented at GMS through fun activities planned by teachers.

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It was all hands on deck for the Marshall County FOP Lodge on Creek Path Road Tuesday. They smoked a whole bunch of turkeys, hams and butts for the public as a fundraiser.

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A group from Guntersville Marina is bringing back the Lake Guntersville Lighted Boat Christmas Parade. The parade of boats went for several years in the past, but when the organizer passed away, it kind of fizzled out.

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The Christmas season is officially upon us and that means communities all over Marshall County are holding Christmas parades. Here's the schedule:

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They’re still not quite ready to hold their traditional in-person Christmas Eve luncheon yet. But Henryville Methodist Church will still provide Christmas food to folks who need it again this year.

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The University of Alabama’s Million Dollar Band performed in New York City’s Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. And several Marshall County students marched with the band in the Big Apple.

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This is a follow-up to the Advertiser-Gleam's recent Big Band of Brothers story, the Allman Brothers music project produced by John Harvey of Guntersville.

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Alabama Waste Sludge Awareness, a group of concerned community members in Alabama, will host a public meeting on Thursday, December 2, at 6 p.m. in the Guntersville Rec Center’s MP Room to help educate the public more about the terrible – and incredibly smelly – practice of applying industri…

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The Bucksnort Millers not only grind cornmeal and grits the old way, on grist mills from yesteryear. They also have another farm venture from yesteryear: Raising hogs.

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Noted Guntersville photographer Bob Blankenship got a beautiful photo of the moon during the lunar eclipse early last Friday morning. 

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Marshall County's United Cherokee AniYunWiYa Nation has finally started working on developing the land they purchased at the end of 2019 before COVID hit, Principal Chief Judy Dixon said. 

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The largest holiday light display in Marshall County will officially kick off the holiday season Friday night at 6 p.m. with the opening of Arab's Christmas in the Park.