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This is the senior menu for the week of May 25 through May 29. 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 County Board of Education member Joe Van Bunch, who lives at Union Grove, had a question for the other Board members. He wanted to know about why the cleanup at Brindlee Mountain Primary School has not started. The school was struck by a tornado in January. 

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Just about all public agencies in Guntersville and Marshall county will be closed on Monday, May 25, in observance of Memorial Day.

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Due to COVID 19, Barfield Health Care facility is not allowing visitors. According to the staff, family members have not seen their loved ones other than on Facetime in two months.

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ALEA Marine Patrol – the state troopers of the water – will be out on patrol on Guntersville Lake and elsewhere in the state over the long Memorial Day weekend, watching for a host of boating violations.

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The 3rd Sunday in May is the time for Decoration Day at Free Home Cemetery in Grant. Mildred Watson Bailey and her family always try to attend and decorate graves and clean. Then they go to the home of Mildred’s daughter, Tammy Evans of Watson Drive, and have lunch.

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The latest rainfall really helped those with flowers and gardens. Wallace Scarbrough said the rain certainly helped his wife's flowers. She has all kinds around their house including several hanging baskets. 

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The Marshall County Board of Education met in the Brindlee Mountain High School gymnasium Wednesday night to discuss the options they have for either rebuilding Brindlee Mountain Primary or adding additional classrooms and keeping it on the campus of Brindlee Mountain High. 

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Here's the latest on COVID-19 case numbers for Marshall and the surrounding counties, comparing last week to this week. 

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The City School Board is going forward with plans for a new high school. But they’re looking at the project with an even more critical eye and asking hard questions in light of the COVID-19 impact on the economy.

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The following people were arrested on charges of driving under the influence:

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Jacksonville State University graduated its largest class in school history – 895 graduations – at the conclusion of the 2020 spring term. Due to COVID-19, the actual graduation has been postponed until August 1.

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Two Marshall County students made the Dean’s List at Columbia College in Columbia, Missouri, for the spring semester. They are:

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Just about all public agencies in Guntersville and Marshall county will be closed on Monday, May 25, in observance of Memorial Day.

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Micheal Ryan Beam, 29, of Scottsboro; Rafael Gomez Valdovinos, 66, of Albertville; and Nicole Garcia Hernandez, 29, of Albertville; had a three vehicle accident on Gunter Avenue near Highway 79 South and Miller Street. According to the Guntersville Police accident report, Beam totaled his ve…

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Mike Jones, proprietor of Mike’s Merchandise, which has a little bit of everything, has a saying: “You never know what you’ll find at Mike’s Merchandise.”

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For Cinda Cowen's 9th birthday, she asked her parents Jeff and Jessica Cowen to put on a benefit disc golf tournament for St. Jude's hospital.

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Though on-campus activities for the spring semester were cut short, Snead State Community College spotlighted student achievements with special online recognitions.

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A seaplane that had just landed on the lake near Street’s Bluff Friday afternoon nosed over and capsized.

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Frank McLaughlin of Guntersville was supposed to go through graduation ceremonies at the University of Alabama this spring.

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This is the senior menu for the week of May 18 through May 22. 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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The COVID-19 numbers for Marshall County on Thursday morning were: 586 confirmed cases; 3,977 tested; and 9 deaths. 

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Business is returning to downtown Guntersville following the COVID-19 shutdown that shuttered small business. For the people who work it these businesses, it was exciting to see th people on the streets again. The parking lots and city streets have been empty for several weeks with only a fe…

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Hi everyone, I’m Dolly. I currently live at the Marshall County Animal Control shelter, but I’d really like to move into my forever home soon.

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If you’ve driven down Sunset Drive past the Rec Center lately, you’ve no doubt noticed the big construction going on just beyond the tennis courts, in the area known as Optimist Park.

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The spring concert series at Errol Allan Park was cancelled due to COVID-19 fears, so there had been no live music there this spring.

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The Whole Backstage Theatre in Guntersville  announced that Morgan Langley of Albertville High School is the recipient of the 2019-2020 Dot Moore Memorial Scholarship.

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Anyone considering a run for office in this summer’s city election needs to be aware of an important deadline coming up, City Clerk Betty Jones said.

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For those of you who love to fish at the dam, it will be open. TVA was to re-open access to the dam on Friday. It had been closed for weeks due to COVID-19 precautions. 

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An accident on Wyeth Drive near Vista Dave Road and Taylor Mill was caused by a vehicle attempting to negotiate a curve, according to a Guntersville Police Report. The driver ran off the road and collided with a utility pole causing disabling damage to the vehicle. The passenger of the vehic…