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To say that Austin Hornbuckle and Mack Howard love baseball is an understatement. Their mothers, Lindsey Hornbuckle and Savanah Howard,  can't remember a time when either of them wasn't playing baseball even as a very small child.

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(TVA put out this story about why there's not as much "grass" or aquatic vegetation in the Tennessee River this year as usual. Guntersville is TVA's predominant "grass lake.")

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The fifth annual Cast for a Cure fishing tournament will be held on Saturday, Sept. 21, at Lake Guntersville State Park. The fishing tournament benefits cystic fibrosis research at Children’s of Alabama.

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THE HYDROFEST TEAM. The HydroFest boat races will be in Guntersville next weekend. Key people who make up the HydroFest behind-the-scenes team were at Guntersville High School Tuesday night for volunteer training. They are, from left, Karen Cardwell (Volunteer Coordination); Phillip Mosley (…

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The Northeast Alabama Football Officials Association is preparing for the 2019 high school season, which begins Aug. 23 with what the AHSAA labels “Week Zero.”

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The Guntersville High volleyball team will once again operate a 4th of July fireworks stand in the Guntersville Walmart parking lot. It is tentatively set to open Tuesday, although they’ll be working to get it ready this weekend.

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The Bassmaster Elite series will fish a tournament on Guntersville Lake this weekend, but based out of Goose Pond at Scottsboro rather than Guntersville.

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Wiggins Racing of Rainbow City will be participating in the HydroFest boat races in Guntersville, but not in the H1 Unlimited category. During a race in Seattle late last year, the U-27 Wiggins Racing Unlimited hydroplane crashed. The boat was in need of some major repair.

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Beryl G. Williams, 86, of Albertville, died Tuesday, June 11, 2019, at Shepherd's Cove Hospice.

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Major League Fishing pro and Duckett Fishing owner Boyd Duckett spent much of the week guiding on Lake Guntersville of all things.

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Douglas basketball coaches Suzan Howard and Skylar Baugh will hold a camp for young players June 26-28. It’s for boys and girls in grades 3-7. The camp will run from 9 a.m. until noon each day.

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If you plan to watch this year’s HydroFest from a boat, you’ll need to note some big changes from last year, according to the Marshall County Convention & Visitors Bureau.

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Tyler Martin got a hole-in-one on June 12 on Hole No. 3 while playing at Gunter’s Landing.

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A 2018 graduate of Guntersville High School and a talented artist, Belinda Jensen-Marise died June 9, 2019, just days shy of her 19th birthday.

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A men’s and women’s golf fundraiser for the Snead State Community College program will be June 22 at Eagle’s Nest at Lake Guntersville State Park. Shotgun start will be 10 a.m.

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Dan Myrick of Scant City enjoys fishing at Guntersville Dam. The fishing has been off this year, he said. There just doesn't seem to be as much bait as usual in the waters below the dam. 

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The Guntersville Civitan Club will hold its annual bass tournament Saturday, June 15, from safe light until 2 p.m. out of Goose Pond in Scottsboro. It's a 5-fish limit.

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The osprey nest that TVA and Arab Electric relocated from Highway 69 near Boat Mart to the Jaycees Boat Launch 1,000 feet away a few weeks ago appears to have been abandoned by the birds.

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The Marshall County Sports Hall of Fame will enshrine its 8 newest members in a ceremony tonight (Saturday) at the Lake Guntersville State Park Lodge.