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Students from school systems throughout Marshall County placed in the top three positions in many of the categories judged in the annual Region 2 Competition of the Alabama Consortium for Technology in Education (ACTE) hosted by Snead State at the Boaz High School Gymnasium on Friday, February 22.

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(Editor's note: Mississippi College sent out this story about Breeana Holmes of Marshall County and her work as president of the school's chapter of the American Chemical Society.)

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Snead State hosted the annual Region 2 Competition of the Alabama Consortium for Technology in Education (ACTE) at the Boaz High School Gymnasium on Friday, February 22.

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Talladega, the team that put DAR boys out of the basketball playoffs in the first round of the regional tournament, is still winning.

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From 2005 until 2018, Karen Berry served not only as the school nurse at Guntersville High, but also as the nurse aide on the special needs school bus. 

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The University of Montevallo announced Skyler N. Bradley of Guntersville made the dean’s list for the 2018 fall semester.

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Guntersville school superintendent Brett Stanton recently held his annual Beans-n-Greens luncheon at Guntersville Middle School.

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Snead State Community College announced these local students received their degrees and/or certificates at the conclusion of the the Fall 2018 term:

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

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The Guntersville City School Board called a special meeting last Tuesday to present members of the Guntersville City Council with an overview of their needs and to discuss those needs in light of the recent sales tax increase proposal.

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Jackson Thomas Menefee of Guntersville has been named to the Dean's List at the University of the South for the Advent 2018 term.

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Brindlee Mountain High School’s 11th and 12th grade English students and a few sophomores from the Personal Finance class participated in mock interviews on Friday, February 8.

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Caroline Norton of Arab has been named to the Dean's List for the fall 2018 semester at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

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These Marshall County students were among 2,065 who graduated from the University of Alabama during its fall commencement Dec. 15. 

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For several years, Progress Rail has spearheaded a program called “Project Graduation.” The premise is simple. They take kids who are risk at possibly dropping out of high school and give them training, mentoring and a little special attention to show them how different their lives can be if…

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The Guntersville City Council has proposed raising the city sales tax from 8 percent to 9 percent. The city would keep the approximately $3 million a year the new tax would generate for at least 5 years.

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COOLING TOWER. A cooling tower is being installed at Guntersville Middle School to help the geothermal air conditioning unit cool more efficiently. School maintenance director Jeff Mims told the City School Board it won’t help with heating, but will make a big difference in how well the syst…

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The Marshall County Schools closed 2 days last week due to widespread flu. But the situation did not improve a lot and they made the decision to close Thursday and Friday of this week too.

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Kyle Keck, who graduated from Guntersville High last spring and played football for the Wildcats, has received a special scholarship along with one other student at Wallace State Community College. 

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Brett Stanton’s 4th Annual Beans & Greens luncheon has been scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 12, from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Guntersville Middle School.

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Guntersville Middle School had an assembly on Tuesday, Jan. 22, where their counselor, Calley Kutner, discussed her journey from high school to college. She let the students know that her journey will not be their own, but it could be an opportunity to learn from her past.

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These Marshall County students made the dean’s list at Athens State University for the fall semester. The President’s List is for students who made All A’s. The Provost’s List is for students who made All A;s and B’s: