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The Tennessee RiverLine team is bringing its 652 to YOU program to Guntersville this weekend, and we want you to be there!

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(Marshall County Tourism & Sports sent out this story regarding a famous kayaker who filmed a TV show in Guntersville this spring.)

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The late Col. Kenny Cobb’s hangar at the Guntersville Municipal Airport was a pretty special place. He kept two planes inside, including his beloved Sea Rey, but he also had furniture there and even his pet cat Goofy. Among other things, he used it to entertain many guests, including his cou…

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Sand Mountain Soul Festival is adding a local – and familiar – band to the lineup next weekend. WARM will join Alabama’s own, The Commodores, with WAR THE BAND at Sand Mountain Amphitheater in Albertville on Friday night, August 12.

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Mountain Valley Arts Council has a very unique art exhibit during August. Area tattoo artists are exhibiting some of their most intricate tattoo art through photos.

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The following people were booked on these charges at the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office. The Sheriff’s Office made the arrest unless otherwise noted.

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Church on the Lake, Sunday, Aug. 7, 10 a.m., Marshall Baptist Retreat Center. Speaker: Dr. Charles Gattis, Pastor (Retired), Trinity United Methodist Church, Huntsville.

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In the weeks and months after the death of 7-year-old Colton Lee – the child who was one of 3 victims of a triple homicide in Guntersville in 2018 – Angie McCoy felt led by the Lord to do something for the family.

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Rebecca Masdon’s sparkling smile and bubbly personality endears her to anyone around her. Her youth and beauty seem to radiate good health. A faith-based marriage to a local physician and many close friendships round out the picture of a young woman who appears to be living a great life. And…

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The memory of beloved Highpoint Homemakers member Sue Moman will forever be etched in the minds of many in the community, especially, her club members in Douglas.

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Jacob Andrews of Owens Cross Roads was named to the Dean's List for the spring semester at University of Maryland Global Campus. To be eligible for the honor, a student must complete at least six credits during the term, earned a grade point average of at least 3.5 for the term, and maintain…

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When I was first hired as the principal at Guntersville High School, I shared a quote that has quickly become a valuable slogan for me in terms of my job and my life. The quote was used as an email tagline from Mrs. Tamara Rowell, a teacher at Geraldine High School. It simply states, "To be …

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They haven't had a yard sale in ages, but Victory Baptist Church will hold one this Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon. 

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From the first time she took the pageant runway at 6 months old, Carrie Nicole Cooper stole the show.

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Terry Dailey never thought of himself as a writer but now with his 3rd book published, a novel, he is toying with the idea of more on the horizon.

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Some non-native plants introduced into our landscapes as ornamentals have escaped to become invasive weeds with negative impacts to our native plants and animals.

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Roy “Hodie” Fritz Hampton, 54, of Guntersville, died Saturday, July 23, 2022.

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During the pandemic and especially after having had COVID-pneumonia, I have been extraordinarily leery of travel but decided that one cannot live in a cave forever.

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John Oliver Ross, Sr. 72, of Guntersville, Alabama, passed away peacefully July 30, 2022.

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John and Diane Myers have had a summer of speed, highlighted by attending their first Indianapolis 500 ever. John is Guntersville’s District 3 Councilman.

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Marshall County Sheriff Phil Sims approached the Marshall County Commission Wednesday about more more armed deputies, so they can be at each courthouse.

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Levi’s by the Lake, the lakeside bar at City Harbor, is Guntersville’s newest place to have a drink and listen to some live music.

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The Mountain Valley Arts Council is very much a part of Marshall County's entertainment scene, with monthly art and quilt exhibits at their gallery at 440 Gunter Avenue along with a host of special events. 

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AARP Chapter 36, Marshall County, will meet in Hammer’s Room, Local Joe’s Restaurant, Albertville, Thursday, August 4, 10 a.m. Local radio personality and humorist Beecher Hyde will be guest speaker. Lunch buffet of barbecue and sides including drink will be served for $10 per person. Everyo…

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County Commission District 1 has had a rash of stop sign thefts this week. It has been scattered throughout the district and in most cases, the culprits have pulled the stop signs, pole and all out of the ground. 

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Lots of restaurants in the Guntersville area offer live music, particularly on Friday and Saturday nights. It adds an entertainment element for the restaurant and can almost be a draw for them.

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Recreation is a year-round event on Guntersville Lake, whether it’s boating, fishing, hunting, hiking or camping. There’s always plenty to do for the outdoorsman in the lake city.

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It has been a busy summer of upgrades in the Guntersville City School system. Maintenance director Jeff Mims talked about it at Monday night’s City School Board meeting and had a slide show to add a visual element for the Board members.

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Three new volunteers were sworn in as Court Appointed Juvenile Advocates by Judge Jay Mastin after completing their training with CAJA of Marshall County

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The North Broad Street Church of Christ will sponsor its 36th annual blood drive on August 7. Tony Simmons, who is also a member of the County School Board, spearheads the drive.

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Where entertainment is concerned, there is plenty to be found at Sand Mountain Park & Amphitheater in Albertville.

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Movie lovers in Marshall County will soon have  a traditional big-screen experience close to home, without driving to Huntsville or Gadsden to go to the theater. 

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The Whole Backstage, called "the old Rock School" home for many years, is volunteer run and nearing its 50th year. It continues to thrive and draw large audiences to its productions.

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The Whole Backstage's productions are almost always professional-grade. Here, Aniah Havis (center) is shown in a scene from "Sister Act" along with Ashleigh Harris (left), Britt Burns and Kristen Gillen.

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Fresh off the junior production of “Willy Wonka, Jr.,” the Whole Backstage Theatre in Guntersville is gearing up for the 2022-2023 season with “shows from our past, reimagined for our 49th season.”