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The rain is still coming and it feels like it won't stop. There is a chance for rain in the upcoming week, but it is not as high as it has been. Will the rain ever stop? Will we be begging for rain this summer?

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Students in Snead State Community College’s Industrial Systems Technology Program filed into their classroom in the Technology Center on the rainy Tuesday, Feb. 10, as they have many times this semester.

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Marshall County PALS recently had a litter clean-up of the TVA Day Use Area near Honeycomb Baptist Church. 

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The Marshall Technical School's (MTS) fashion show took place earlier this month. It was a little different than the past events. The event took place in the Claysville School Gym. It was the largest venue this event has ever had. 

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Talen Gurley had the flu a few days ago. He felt lousy.

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The Marshall County Council on Aging went over the weekend and brought home four new buses. Tammy McElroy, director of the Council on Aging, said this is the first time since 2012 that the organization has new buses. 

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You might have seen Guntersville’s police and fire boats all over the south end of the lake late last week. They weren’t working a water emergency, it turns out.

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Mark Isbell of Springville and Geneva Wall of Blountsville, Alabama, couldn’t help but pull over from their motorcycle ride to get in on the action.

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Last week, poll workers from First Baptist Church in Albertville, Ruth Volunteer Fire Department and Wakefield Volunteer Fire Department met at the Marshall County Courthouse to learn a new way of signing in voters on election day.

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HONORING KOBE. This rec basketball team honored the memory of the late Kobe Bryant by forming the number "24" with their hands in this photo. Team members are, from left:

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For the second year, BassCashBash will have its tagged bass derby on Guntersville Lake.

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It has become a fun annual tradition that brings people from all over town together. 

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Business After Hours, Total Dental Care, Tuesday, February 25, 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. Lake Guntersville Chamber of Commerce event.

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A body that was recovered from the Tennessee River below Guntersville Dam late Monday afternoon had been on an incredible, almost unbelievable journey over the last 19 days. 

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The Langston United Methodist Church folks went to the Ole Gin in Macedonia, Ala, for supper. Those attending were Chris Neighbors, Lynn & Suzanne Baker, Brenda Chisolm, Mike & Jennifer Manor, Ira & Karen Rappaport and Jack & Roberta Stout.

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Elizabeth Ann Taylor Edwards, 55, of Guntersville, had a single car accident at the intersection of Blount Avenue and Brown Street. In the accident, her vehicle ran off the road went through a yard and went airborne striking a location sign. 

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Nelson Rowe of Albertville died February 16, 2020, at his residence. He was 53. 

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Sally Goodwin Moultrie and Jordan Austin George were married December 28, 2019, at First United Methodist Church in Guntersville, Alabama. The ceremony was officiated by Mr. Bill Boldt and Rev. Chip Scivicque.

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The Boaz Police Department got a call Tuesday afternoon of a shooting that had just occurred at Family Security Credit Union  at 310 US Highway 431, Boaz, Assistant Police Chief Walter Colbert said.

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The Mountain Valley Art Center is moving. The plan is to be moved and open in their new location by March. Don’t worry, they are just moving down the street.

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JP Watkins Jr. was born June 18, 1961. He confessed his life to Christ at an early age. He was a member of the St. Minor Primitive Baptist Church.

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Alabama voters may soon get another chance to vote on a state lottery, according to State Rep. Kerry Rich (R-Albertville). He gave a brief legislative update this week.

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This is the senior menu for the week of Feb. 24 through Feb. 28. There is a $1.25 donation per meal. The meals are served at the Senior Centers in Guntersville, Grant, Martling, Douglas, Albertville, Arab and Boaz.

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Marshall Masonic Lodge 209 of Guntersville will host their first ever Beans, Greens & Bluegrass festival May 16 at Civitan Park. Tickets are on sale now.

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The Marshall County Board of Education will hold its First Class Pre-K Pre-registration on the following dates and sites.

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The State Park and Jackson and DeKalb Counties are working together in an effort to place gates on either side of the bridge at South Sauty Creek in Bucks Pocket State Park to keep motorists from trying to ford the bridge when water is running over it in the future.

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Owls are some of the most fascinating creatures in nature. Each species is equipped with its own unique set of characteristics and mannerisms.

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Michael Turner of Sardis has signed a college football scholarship to play next season at Rochester Community College in Minnesota. 

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Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth and Chief of Staff Judy Miller presented certificates and conducted a tour of the chambers to artists from Mountain Valley Arts Council whose work has been exhibited in his office suite in Montgomery.

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The County Commission discussed a resolution in support of a local bill concerning a $100 court fee on failure to appear (FTA).