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Two Brindlee Mountain High School staff members beat breast cancer. The registrar Brandy Mosley and the secretary Kris Bolding shared their stories and remind women everywhere to have yearly mammograms after the age of 40.

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Jo Cole has battled breast cancer twice and is now in remission. She is married to Craig Cole and they have two sons, Chase and Clay, and a grandson Camp. She is a staff manager for Windstream Business where she has worked for 23 years.

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“My story is nothing new,” Rebecca Duckett said, “but if it helps someone, then I want to share my story.”

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Warrenton United Methodist Church Trunk Or Treat Sunday, Oct. 27, from 4 to 6 p.m. Candy, hot dogs, games, hayrides & more. Everyone invited. 102 Warrenton Shores, Guntersville.

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Art students at DAR have a unique and creative way to raise awareness for breast cancer. An art project and contest entitled "Save the Ta Tas" provides students a medium to highlight their creativity while celebrating those who have fought or are fighting breast cancer.

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The Pink Pumpkin Run – Marshall County’s most popular fall running event – will take place on Saturday, October 26, at Guntersville's Civitan Park.

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The administrative assistant at the Marshall County Board of Education, Darlene Bonds of Pleasant Grove has survived breast cancer 3 times. She had it once in her right breast and twice in her left.

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The call came across the radio as a possible structure fire, with people at Barfield Health Care next door able to see it.

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The 47th annual Gerhart Music Festival at Snead State Community College will kick off on Thursday, Oct. 24, and conclude on Sunday, Oct. 27, featuring performances by the Gerhart musicians and local youth musicians.

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Johnny and Charlotte Blocker cooked the bacon outdoors right by the pavilion when Riverview Campground hosted the most recent Lake Guntersville Chamber of Commerce Early Bird Breakfast.

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Levi Bryant's wish came true thanks to Hall's RV in Alberville. Levi is a six-year old boy with Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

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This is the senior menu for the week of Oct. 21 through Oct. 25. 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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After a little more than 2 years of writing the Grant news for The Advertiser-Gleam, Paula Henderson is stepping down as the paper’s Grant correspondent.

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Johnny T. Moore of Crossville died Monday, October 14, 2019, at his residence. 

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The Northeast Alabama FCA will host its “Fields of Faith” even Wednesday, Oct. 23, at Guntersville High’s Chorba-Lee Stadium with the theme “One Day. One Message. One Stand.”

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Taylor Garcia Tapia, 9, and Alvarao Garcia, Tapia, 3, two boys who were allegedly murdered by their mother in Cullman County, had a double funeral Friday at Capillo de la Santa Cruz/Chapel of the Holy Cross in Albertville.

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Guntersville High School will celebrate Homecoming all next week.

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The Marshall County Christmas Coalition has received applications for over 1,500 children for sponsorship during the 2019 holiday season. They’re seeking sponsors and donations to help meet the need now.

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Livingston Chapel A.M.E. Church 105th church anniversary celebration Sunday, Oct. 20, at 3 p.m. with the Reverend Maurice Wright II, pastor of St. John A.M.E. Church in Huntsville, as speaker. Choir and musicians of St. John to render the musical selections. All invited.

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My friend Donna, who is an artist, tried to outrun a table, but she lost. A long-time friend kept asking her to embellish a small table she had. In fact, she carried that little table around in her car hoping that Donna would give in.

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Lake Guntersville State Park will host its Conservation Celebration Saturday from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. It will be in the Outdoor Classroom in the park’s campground. The event is free but parking is $2.

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SEEN IN THE STANDS. This right distinguished group of gentlemen were among those watching as Guntersville beat Brewer in football last Thursday night. From left are District 1 County Commissioner Ronny Shumate, former Arab coach Pod Patterson and former Wildcat football standout Coach Raymon…

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The Lake Guntersville Chamber of Commerce’s last Good Morning Guntersville was hosted by Craig & Denise Cornwell at their Riverview Campground at Warrenton.

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Through Make-A-Wish Alabama and Hall’s RV in Albertville, one little boy had his wish come true. Levi Bryant wanted a camper with an outdoor kitchen and a pull out for more room to move.

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Two downtown events were held over the weekend, the Fall Bazaar near Fant's and the Brick and the Fall Festival around Errol Allan Park. There was a lot of activities to do and many vendors were on hand with their merchandise. 

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The North Broad Street Church of Christ hosts a veterans meeting every third Saturday of the month from 8:30 until 9:30 a.m.

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The new state gas tax is projected to generate $800,000 in its first full year for the Marshall County Commission, county engineer Bob Pirando said.

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The Kate Duncan Smith DAR School’s 95th Dedication Day activities are scheduled for Thursday, October 17, and Friday, October 18. This year’s festivities will be even more special as the NSDAR National School Tour will be present on campus.

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There will be some fall color in Marshall County this year. But it’s not likely to be an especially showy year for it.

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The Fall Fest going on Saturday has some colorful characters that you may notice. Gail Gibbs and Melissa Howard are with Willie Nelson. Alan Waugh built the structure for the musicians located in Errol Allan Park. All of the clothes came from thrift stores around Marshall County.