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The constitutional amendments on the ballot in Alabama are always one of the hardest things for voters to tackle. You read them and wonder "just what in the heck are they talking about?"

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Halloween is just around the corner! While many are looking forward to trick-or-treating, costumes and, of course, candy, it’s important to remember a healthy diet.

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Pastor Rick Douglas said people might have gotten the wrong impression from reading the statement that Masonic Lodge 209 put in the paper regarding their zoning and selling the property adjacent to the church where they had once hoped to build their new lodge.

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The Guntersville City Council will meet Monday at 6 p.m. in Town Hall. It's a big night, as the new administration will be sworn in for the next 4 years. 

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MCPALS will hold a clean-up Saturday, November 7, at 9:00 a.m at Shepard’s Cove Hospice, 408 Martling Rd., Albertville.

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Pilgrims, which has a large poultry processing plant in Guntersville's East Lake area, recently announced that it would be investing $690,000 in the Guntersville community.

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Rep. Wes Kitchens of the Marshall County legislative delegation presented a $10,000 check to the Schools of Guntersville at Monday night's City School Board meeting. 

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Over the years, much has been written about what Jean Ann Moon has accomplished in growing the impact of the Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) in our county. Her leadership has created a long list of volunteer opportunities including water watch, tax preparation, reading buddies, thera…

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In 1999, Boulder Creek California was a small, mountain town boasting a locally run commercial strip on the highway and personality-filled little houses on curving roads among towering redwoods

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Meet the Chief

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MCPALS clean-up Saturday, Nov. 7,  at 9:00 a.m. at Shepard’s Cove Hospice, 408 Martling Rd, Albertville. Volunteers needed. Bring gloves. PALS will provide masks, bags, vests and litter grabbers.

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The Georgia Mountain Community Center will be holding its November turkey shoots every Saturday in November beginning at 8 a.m. There will also be a shoot on Thanksgiving morning and one on Dec. 12. Shells are furnished and the cost is $5 per shot.

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Hurricane Zeta made its presence felt in a large portion of Alabama but no so much in Marshall County. An easterly turn prevented the kind of widespread damage that was done in southern and eastern Alabama.

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If you live in the Ruth Community of Brindlee Mountain, you’ll have an “extra” measure on your ballot Tuesday.

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Harold Ray Gilbreath, 64, of Albertville, died Friday, October 23, 2020, at Marshall Medical Center South.

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Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth returned to work on Wednesday after fully satisfying a mandatory quarantine period and meeting public health requirements following his positive test for COVID-19. He lives in Guntersville and spent his quarantine time on his farm here. You can read more about that in…

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The last concert in the Mountain Valley Arts Council’s Fall Concert Series was supposed to be Thursday night at Errol Allan Park.

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There have been a number of car break-ins on Highway 79-S from just past the 431 intersection to Meadow Wood Subdivision lately, Guntersville police investigator Mike Turner said. He is urging people in that stretch to be vigilant.

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ALDOT has been working closely with the city to make some vitally important upgrades to various traffic signals, Guntersville Police Chief Jim Peterson reports.

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Artist and native Arabian Stacy Beam will host an art exhibition “Stacy Beam: HOME” at Arab gift shop Fine Things on Nov. 13-14.

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Former Marshall County District 1 Commissioner Charlie McClendon, 81, who died recently following a long illness, was the last Democrat elected to the seat. He served from 2002-2006.

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The City of Guntersville was officially recognized as a city in the Tennessee River Line 652 last Thursday with Guntersville Mayor Leigh Dollar and other officials in attendance.

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It's not uncommon for teachers who work together for years to become like family. You can tell teachers have become especially close when they look for opportunities outside of school to enjoy one another's company and fellowship.

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The Guntersville City Council’s fire committee met the other day with one purpose in mind: reviewing the duties and job descriptions of the fire department’s top 3 employees and comparing their pay to those of employees in similar positions in nearby cities.

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The Sons of Confederate Veterans Capt. John Rayburn Camp is NOT taking part in the counter-protests that happen every other Wednesday at the Confederate monument at the branch Courthouse in Albertville. 

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Rumors continue to swirl around the county that Confederate monument protest organizer Unique Dunston is paid by the organization BLM to hold each protest. 

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A man on a motorcycle allegedly drove through the crowd at Sen. Doug Jones’ political rally Sunday afternoon in the parking lot of Discount Building Supply at Warrenton. A woman in the crowd was reportedly brushed by the bike and was injured.

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Robert Rollings, a brother to Guntersville’s Roy Rollings, is planning a townhome development on Spring Creek not too far from the Lake City Assembly of God.

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Editor's note: Alumni Field - the old Marshall County High School football field next to Guntersville Elementary School - is getting an upgrade. There's a ton of history from that stadium. One team from that era that old time fans look back upon fondly is the 1967 squad that went 9-1 and mad…

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Alumni Field – the old Marshall County High School football field where so much Wildcat history was made over the years – is looking spiffy once again. And more work is still to come on the facility. 

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The Mountain Valley Arts Council’s concert Thursday, October 22, will feature the Joe Cagle Band. The concert will be outside at Errol Allan Park on Gunter Avenue in downtown Guntersville from 6:30–8:30 p.m. Bring your chairs, masks and jackets.

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Invasive aquatic plant species in Lake Guntersville are always of high concern for the Tennessee Valley Authority. Most recently, TVA has had to deal with a new species known as salvinia.

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If you go to the big online fishing retailers or even stroll through a big box store, you’ll notice the shelves just about bare of fishing gear.

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Homecoming is finally here, and Guntersville High School has selected the school’s most exemplary and lovely group of women to proudly represent their respective classes as Homecoming attendants. The Homecoming Queen will be picked from among the senior attendants and crowed at halftime of t…

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Just when you thought Marshall County had a good handle on the coronavirus problem, our threat level is elevated once again, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH). 

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GHS Homecoming parade Friday at 2 p.m. down Gunter Avenue. Queen crowned at halftime of the game Friday night.

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Whenever anyone is diagnosed with cancer, you often hear discussion about the "stage" it is in.