The Southern States Athletic Conference released the 2021 men's basketball yearly awards, as voted on by the league's head coaches.
Trailing 6-0 after the first inning and a half, the Douglas Eagles rallied in a big way, scoring the next nine runs to pull out a 9-7 victory on Tuesday over visiting Asbury.
When Jacksonville State University announced it would play a spring football season, lots of people thought the same thing: What’s it going to be like to play football in the spring?
The Marshall County Economic Development Council has rolled out a new 5-year plan for recruiting, growing and retaining industry in Marshall County. It’s called “Advancing Marshall County – One Vision, One Voice.”
The Marshall County Democrats contend that County School Board elections are not being conducted properly, that a measure passed 6 years ago is supposed to mean single district voting for Board members.
GAP, the Marshall County Guardianship Program, will be having a training session open to anyone who is a guardian of an adult in Marshall County or anyone who is interested in becoming a much-needed volunteer guardian.
Congressman Robert Aderholt announced the start of the 2021 Art Competition for high school students across the 4th District. The awards ceremony will take place on April 6 at the A.W. Todd Centre in Russellville. Students in the 9-12th grade, whether they attend a public school, private sch…
Another new business is planning to locate in Albertville, one farmers, rural residents and folks who enjoy working outdoors and around the house may be interested in, according to the Sand Mountain Reporter.
The Douglas boys’ and girls’ tennis teams have begun their seasons and will travel to Albertville tomorrow (Thursday) then come back home next Tuesday to face Guntersville.
The Wildcats got their 2021 baseball season started last Tuesday at home against Albertville. In this thriller of a game, the Aggies ended up winning 17-11 after going into nine innings. They traveled back to Albertville on Thursday to play the Aggies again.
You might say the Guntersville High golf team has blood in their eye for the 2021 spring campaign. They definitely have some unfinished business they want to take care of.
The Guntersville Middle School softball team began its season near the first of February. The Lady Wildcats' next home game is against Sardis on Tuesday. Here's the rest of the 2021 schedule:
The Guntersville Middle School baseball squads got their seasons started earlier in February. The 7th and 8th grade teams will take on Fairview at home this Monday. Here's the rest of the 2021 schedule:
Go back in time 12 months, before most people even heard of this thing called COVID-19. Arab last February won its eighth traditional wrestling tournament title and 11th overall with the help of individual title winners Cabe Dunn and Jacob Holland and four other finalists.
Tackle Warehouse Pro Circuit angler Jimmy Washam of Covington, Tenn., brought a five-bass limit to the scale Friday weighing 18 pounds, 15 ounces to win the three-day Toyota Series presented by A.R.E. at Lake Guntersville presented by Googan Baits.
Arab Mayor Bob Joslin has instructed Arab Fire Chief and local EMA director Ricky Phillips to get a proposal to make sure all the city’s outdoor weather alert sirens are working properly.
After an unconventional start to the season, the Marshall Christian boys’ basketball team has come on strong of late, and closed the regular season as the Alabama Christian Athletics Association’s No. 2 team, earning an automatic bid to the state tournament in Oxford this past Thursday.
The Lady Wildcats continued their winning ways Tuesday afternoon as they took down Sardis 70-40. With the win, Guntersville advanced to the first round of the regional tournament.