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This is the senior menu for May 17-21. The meals are served at the Senior Centers in Guntersville, Grant, Martling, Douglas, Albertville, Arab and Boaz.

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The Foundation for Marshall Medical Centers believes healthcare professionals are the cornerstone of an effective healthcare organization. It is this very belief which leads the Foundation for Marshall Medical Centers to invite area high school and home schooled seniors planning to pursue a …

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A bomb threat scare back in April has prompted the Marshall County Commission into looking at replacing the security cameras in the Courthouse.

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Judge Tim Riley has set a January 10, 2022, trial date for Jimmy O’Neal Spencer, the defendant in a triple homicide that rocked Guntersville on July 13, 2018. That’s about the earliest the case can be tried due to Spencer’s attorney, Robert Tuten of Huntsville, being involved in a number of …

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Anyone who has driven down Blount Avenue on a weekday morning has probably noticed a long line outside of the drivers license building.

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For the second time in the last two months, someone from Grant has killed a large rattlesnake. This time it was Michael Green and his friend Corey Edmondson.

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Although life in slowly going back to normal in the last strokes of the COVID-19 pandemic, the effect that this event had on young students is still enormous in regards to their education and what they may have missed due to quarantining or even early school year releases from the year prior.

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Jennifer Bray, 32, knew she wanted to be an attorney since she was at least 12 years old. There really never was anything else she wanted to do.

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4th of July BBQ, Wakefield Volunteer Fire Department Boston butts ($30) and chickens ($10). Orders due by  Sunday, June 27. Pick-up is Saturday, July 2, from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the fire hall. To order, call 256-582-8721; 256-582-1301; or 256-582-0977.

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Menardah Elbrenard, 17, of Guntersville died Friday, June 4, 2021, while visiting family in Pennsylvania. Born in Haiti, she was the daughter of the late Menard and Michele Loudwuige of Guntersville.

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Something of “half a story” caused a stir on social media this week. It said “the city of Guntersville has dumped over 1.7 million gallons of sewage into Lake Guntersville” and the non-profit Tennessee Riverkeepers intended to sue over it.

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The Marshall County Revenue Commissioner’s Office is sending out valuation notices to about 80 percent of the property owners in Marshall County. The notices are required even if the tax value of your property only goes up by a dollar, Revenue Commissioner Michael Johnson said.

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The Marshall County Commission and Marshall County Sheriff Phil Sims discussed two separate issues involving the new P25 radio system.

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Marshall County 4-H member Breanna Black was recently selected to serve Alabama 4-H as a 2021-2022 state ambassador.

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It came down to the final day but Governor Kay Ivey decided to veto a bill that would delay the Alabama Literacy Act’s 3rd grade mandate.

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“It’s always nice to get a little pat on the back every once in awhile,” said Mike Stover, Guntersville High Class of 1991. “This was a nice surprise.”

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Church on the Lake, Marshall Baptist Camp, Sunday, June 13, 10 a.m., Bro. Leon Manigan, Pastor, The Life Family Worship Center, and Director, New Life Outreach Ministries, Huntsville.

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The name of the game for landowners is to manage their land and its resources in a way that is profitable. For forestland owners, one way to fully utilize the land's resources is by harvesting pine straw for profit. This can be a great opportunity for landowners to earn additional income, es…

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Snead State Community College is back to “normal access” on campus following the release of certain COVD-19 mandates and an increase in the number of individuals who have been vaccinated.

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The Whole Backstage Theatre in Guntersville, with season sponsor Sonny Lewis, will open its summer production of “Bye Bye Birdie”, on Friday, June 11. “Bye Bye Birdie” is directed by Diane DuBoise, John Davis Rollings and Wesley H. Rorex with choreography by Kennedy Pickard.

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Colby Wigley, who has degrees in diesel mechanics and has been working at the county bus shop, has been named the new Marshall County Schools transportation supervisor.

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Deputies Sonny Greer and Darrell “Peanut” Wilson have retired. Greer had 26 years of service with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office and Wilson 28 years.

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They didn’t get to hold their annual summer camp last year due to COVID, but Arts Spark camp is back this year and bigger than before.

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After his collegiate career as a cross country runner ended, Brindlee Mountain teacher and coach Evan Lemons was looking for a new sport to compete in.

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Capt. Mark and Bren Mills, proprietors of Lake and River Fun river cruises, are freshly back from a river adventure that would have made Mississippi Bill Harris proud.

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A group of Marshall County women, concerned about the future of the country, is banding together to resurrect the Marshall County Republican Women's Club. The original club was disbanded several years ago.

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The Marshall County Health Department inspected these food establishments and gave them these scores during the month of May. They are listed from lowest to highest:

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The Boston Marathon is perhaps the most prestigious race in the world of running. Distance runners from around the world aspire to one day run it. It is the oldest marathon in the world, dating back to 1897. 

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Hundreds from all over the county gathered at Civitan Park Friday evening for the kickoff of the re-election campaign for current Alabama Lieutenant Governor Will Ainsworth.

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Marshall County moved one step closer Tuesday to trying Jimmy O’Neal Spencer for a triple homicide that happened in Guntersville nearly 3 years ago.

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The Wakefield Volunteer Fire Department is taking pre-orders for its 4th of July Boston butt and chicken cooking.