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Katie Jackson of Grant completed her Master of Science in Information Systems Security at the conclusion of the fall semester at University of the Cumberlands. 

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Snead State Community College held its first Apprenticeship Signing on Friday, Dec. 10, for students entering into the College’s apprenticeship program.

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The Marshall County School Board will lease a house to Supt. Cindy Wigley on the Douglas campus. It's a temporary situation to provide Wigley housing in her home community while she recovers from an unusual house fire that took place last month. 

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Teachers in the county schools will go back on August 1 this summer whiles classes start for students on August 9 in the 2022-23 school calendar adopted by the County School Board at a recent meeting.

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Guntersville Middle School Anchors Amber Harris, Ella Kate Rutland, Brooke Braswell and Ashlyn Pate attended Camp ASCCA’s Christmas weekend and participated in the Jingle Jump along with club sponor Suzanne Kendra. Janey Sanderson was their cheerleader!

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The Guntersville Middle School Anchor Club hosted a Christmas party for one of ARC of Marshall County’s small groups. The party was at The House at Guntersville First United Methodist Church.

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Kaylo Jimenez of Union Grove was among more than 200 students named to the Fall 2021 Dean's List at Iowa Wesleyan University. Criteria to be a part of IW's Dean's List include degree-seeking students taking 12 or more hours per semester with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.

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The Aspen Institute College Excellence Program named Snead State Community College as one of 150 community colleges eligible to compete for the $1 million Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence.

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Heather Jones’ first grade class at Guntersville Elementary knows the true meaning of Christmas. After reading a book together about a helper elf, the class decided to take up a collection of new coats and toys to donate to the Marshall County Christmas Coalition.

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The PTO at Guntersville Elementary hosted their annual Santa Shop for students this week. This year’s theme was the Polar Express and featured gifts for children to pick out for their family members, ranging from $1 to $10.

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Guntersville’s Cherokee Elementary School held their annual Santa Shop for students this week, Dec. 9-10. Organized by the school's PTO, Cherokee students were able to bring money from home to shop for holiday gifts for family members.

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The Guntersville Adult Education Classes have classes for anyone in the area who have a need to improve their education, said Deborah Brown of the program.

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All charges against former Brindlee Mountain High School principal and Arab superintendent finalist David McCollum were dismissed in Arab Municipal Court recently after he completed the terms of a pre-trial diversion program.

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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 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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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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Guntersville High School student Mallory Jones was recognized as the Alabama Art Education Association’s Rising Star Award winner for 2021. She accepted this esteemed award in Mobile on Friday, November 12.

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Each month, Guntersville Schools maintenance director Jeff Mims gives the City School Board an update on projects that are ongoing, just ended or will be coming up soon.

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Snead State Community College President Dr. Joe Whitmore recently accepted a unique opportunity to speak with leaders at the Barnes and Noble Corporate Management Team Conference.

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Mackenzie Smith, 14, was the High Individual Overall in the Senior Division of the first annual Mississippi State Fair FFA and 4-H Livestock Judging Contest held in Jackson, MS on October 10.

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A long military service followed by a career soaring through the clouds led veteran Daniel Flowers to give back to the generation that follows.

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Guntersville High School senior Wynn Milholits is a National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist, an achievement attained by only a few before him.

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The Kate Duncan Smith DAR School’s 97th Dedication Day activities are scheduled for Thursday, October 21, and Friday, October 22. More than 120 DAR members from across the country will be on campus to dedicate gifts given to the school during the past year and to participate in special progr…

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These local students graduated from Snead State Community College at the conclusion of the spring semester:

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It’s important for National Art Honor Society students to share their talents with the community at large, as that is part of their society pledge.

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The Brindlee Mountain High School and Brindlee Mountain Primary School construction projects are underway and set for completion next summer.

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There have been two threats made at Brindlee School today (Monday). The Sheriff's Office issued this statement about the situation:

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The City School Board is preparing to build a new $45 million Guntersville High School and D. Kevin Gunnison of Volkert Inc. made a presentation Monday night about overseeing the construction of the school on behalf of the City School Board.

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The Medical Prep Program at Marshall County Tech School is selling Breast Cancer Awareness T-shirts through Thursday, Oct. 1.