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The Snead State men’s basketball program’s four seasons under head coach Jeremiah Patterson are some of the best in the college’s history.

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While lots of events are being canceled due to the COVID-19 crisis, Henryville United Methodist Church will go ahead with its 23rd Annual Henryville Golf Tournament scheduled for April 3 at Gunters Landing.

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The 2020 Academy Sports + Outdoors Bassmaster Classic presented by Huk marked the 13th time the iconic event has been held in Alabama and shattered previous attendance records, B.A.S.S. officials announced today.

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The Marshall County Sports Hall of Fame Banquet has been postponed from its original June 6 date. The banquet will now be Saturday, Aug. 1, at Lake Guntersville State Park Lodge.

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Becky and Wayne Whitaker are grandparents for the first time. Their son Adam and wife Amanda became the parents of a beautiful girl named Adalynn Grace Whitaker. Adalynn was born on March 10, weighing 6 pounds 10 ounces and she was 20 inches long. She was born at Spring Hill Hospital in Gran…

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Guntersville High's archery team would have advanced to state with the tournaments held before school was temporarily shut down. Coach Casey Smith said the school placed first in the regional tournament which was held in Albertville. 

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Guntersville High girls soccer player Aubri Hanner was on pace not just to tie the school record for most career goals ever scored by either a boy or girl but to absolutely shatter it.

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From Guntersville to Stevenson, there are at least 27 boat ramps on Guntersville Lake. Some of the ramps are in excellent condition. Some are deplorable. We plan to explore these ramps over the next few months and report our findings here. This is the first in the series.

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Guntersville’s Carly Sims has been playing soccer for the Wildcats since the 7th grade. Next season, she will continue her soccer career at the collegiate level.

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The record for heaviest catch in a 3-day Bassmaster Classic did not fall, something people had predicted might happen. But Guntersville still had a heck of a showing in the Bassmaster Classic held over the weekend.

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Lake Guntersville was host to the 50th Annual Bassmaster Classic this past weekend as 53 anglers from all across the nation competed for the top prize of $300,000.

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Shepherd’s Cove Hospice’s Race to Remember 2020 was an incredible success! The 15th annual race was held at Albertville High School, where racers were dispatched on a course winding through the highlights of Albertville. Race to Remember is an annual fundraising and community engagement even…

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The Guntersville High track had fallen into disrepair and there had not been a home track meet on it in 5 or 6 years. But the City School Board had the track completely refurbished last year and the first home meet was held there last week.

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TVA held its own little Bassmaster Classic press event last Sunday morning, with a focus on bass fishing in Guntersville and the entire Tennessee River chain really and what makes it so special.

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Mother Nature may be planning a blowout party when the Academy Sports + Outdoors Bassmaster Classic presented by Huk comes to Alabama’s Lake Guntersville, March 6-8.

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(Guntersville hosted its first BASS tournament, the Bassmaster Classic, in 1976. The late Skip Mosley was the Guntersville Chamber of Commerce’s executive director then. He recalled the tournament in this interview with the Advertiser-Gleam in 2002.)

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It’s referred to as the Super Bowl of bass fishing and the 2020 Bassmaster Classic could just turn out to be the biggest one of them all. It’s more than a fishing tournament. It promises to be a celebration of all things bass fishing.

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Bruce Akins, the CEO of BASS, grew up in Scottsboro. He's practically a local. 

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On the first day of competition in the 50th anniversary Bassmaster Classic on Lake Guntersville, Scott Canterbury of Odenville will lead the field out as Boat No. 1.

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Marshall County is less than a week away from hosting the 50th anniversary of the Bassmaster Classic – the biggest event in the world of fishing, said Katy Norton of the Marshall County Convention & Visitors Bureau.

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The last week of February, running into March, is known as National Invasive Species Awareness week in the USA.

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The Guntersville High girls are riding pretty high early in the soccer season with a 6-1-1 record. And they’re coming off their biggest win yet.

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After you attend the morning blastoffs at Civitan Park during the Bassmaster Classic, you might want to drive up to the Lake Guntersville State Park Lodge to take in what is sure to be an eye-popping display of antique fishing tackle.

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When the world’s best anglers take off from Civitan Park for the 2020 Academy Sports + Outdoors Bassmaster Classic presented by Huk, it will be the third time storied Lake Guntersville has hosted the Super Bowl of Bass Fishing.

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The Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries has granted permission to B.A.S.S. to close the Johnny Stewart Boat Ramp near Tom Jackson Park on Lake Guntersville during the week of the 2020  Bassmaster Classic.

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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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They played together as high school athletes and last Thursday, the 3 Wildcat teammates signed scholarships to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level.

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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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In purely mathematical terms, there’s just as much chance the winner of the 2020 Bassmaster Classic will take his victory lap to the sounds of “O Canada” as to “Sweet Home, Alabama.”

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