TVA will spray herbicide on lake weeds in these Marshall County locations of Guntersville Lake next week:
Menardah Elbrenard, 17, of Guntersville died Friday, June 4, 2021, while visiting family in Pennsylvania. Born in Haiti, she was the daughter of the late Menard and Michele Loudwuige of Guntersville.
Something of “half a story” caused a stir on social media this week. It said “the city of Guntersville has dumped over 1.7 million gallons of sewage into Lake Guntersville” and the non-profit Tennessee Riverkeepers intended to sue over it.
The Marshall County Revenue Commissioner’s Office is sending out valuation notices to about 80 percent of the property owners in Marshall County. The notices are required even if the tax value of your property only goes up by a dollar, Revenue Commissioner Michael Johnson said.
The Guntersville Water Board said there are no sanitary sewer overflows at this time and that there is no imminent danger to Guntersville Lake or its waters.
Guntersville resident Jane Owens met with the Marshall County Commission during its Wednesday meeting to talk about the status of the proposed animal shelter.
The Whole Backstage Theatre in Guntersville, with season sponsor Sonny Lewis, will open its summer production of “Bye Bye Birdie”, on Friday, June 11. “Bye Bye Birdie” is directed by Diane DuBoise, John Davis Rollings and Wesley H. Rorex with choreography by Kennedy Pickard.
Colby Wigley, who has degrees in diesel mechanics and has been working at the county bus shop, has been named the new Marshall County Schools transportation supervisor.
The Boston Marathon is perhaps the most prestigious race in the world of running. Distance runners from around the world aspire to one day run it. It is the oldest marathon in the world, dating back to 1897.
Unique Dunston of the group Reclaiming Our Time and Greg Hundley of Guntersville offered a solution Monday for the beleaguered Confederate monument located on the grounds of the branch Courthouse in Albertville.
America's Boating Club of North Alabama will conduct its boating safety class at Lake Guntersville Yacht Club, 498 Yacht Club Road this Saturday, June 12, from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. to 5.
Lots of people made the trip to Guntersville for the Memorial Day Weekend last week. It was the first true holiday celebrated in big numbers nationwide since the beginning of the pandemic in March of 2020.
Everything about last Saturday started out as usual for my bandmates and me. We all woke up in different cities and made plans to make it to the show in time to get a soundcheck done.
When they passed rules on short-term rentals such as those made through Airbnb and VRBO, the Guntersville City Council had hoped it had effectively dealt with the problems such rentals were causing in various neighborhoods.
Marshall County along with every other county in the United States is getting another financial boost from the federal government to help with the coronavirus recovery effort.
State Sen. Clay Scofield was present at TVA’s Aquatic Plant Management Media Update last week to see the influential and invasive aquatic life of Lake Guntersville first-hand. He also explained a bill he got through the legislature could benefit solutions to issues on and within the water.
While TVA’s control of lake weeds can be a very beneficial action to the lake in several ways including recreation and boating access, the fishermen of Lake Guntersville extremely value this aquatic life.
Marshall Medical Centers announced a new partnership with Mayo Medical Laboratories, which gives the hospital system access to Mayo Clinic’s more than 3,000 laboratory tests in every subspecialty of medicine.
The Advertiser-Gleam's story of a car that rolled off a steep bank into a pond last summer at Gunter's Landing won a prize in the Alabama Press Association's annual media awards contest.
As beautiful as aquatic plants within the Lake Guntersville reservoir can be visually, it occasionally proves to be the opposite in the eyes of recreation, fishing, and the lake itself.