Monday Apr 21
Huntsville Running Roundup: 3-day trail run on Monte Sano this weekend
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- The idea of a 33-mile race across Monte Sano may sound daunting, but this lengthy trial run is broken up over the whole weekend.
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Fri Apr 18, 2014
Griffin's Jewelers honored
Griffin's Jewelers was honored Thursday evening by the city of Talladega and the Greater Talladega Area Chamber of Commerce as the Spotlight Business of the Quarter, followed by a Chamber After Hours reception open to the public.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Popular Eateries Not Keeping a Clean Kitchen
Hardee's at 1369 8827 Highway 20 in Madison: Score of 82 a Raw chicken cold holding at 56 degrees F. a The soda nozzles were dirty.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
AL First Lady visits Marshall Co.
Alabama's First Lady Dianne Bentley will tour Cathedral Caverns and Guntersville State Parks with lawmakers from the area on Wednesday.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
For first time, Lake Guntersville's antique boat show will feature seaplane fly-in
The free boat show, hosted by the Yacht Club and Dixieland Chapter of the Antique & Classic Boat Society, will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. In addition to seeing restored antique boats in the water, attendees can see unique air and sea craft up close, said Tommy Gray, past commodore of the Yacht Club.
Public input series for Guntersville State Park set for Monday night at lodge
As part of its 75th anniversary celebration in 2014, Alabama's State Parks system is hosting its third "Open House and Listening Session" tonight at Guntersville State Park.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Board Approves TVA's Plan To Spray Guntersville Reservoir
The Board designated to govern the aquatics weeds spraying in the Guntersville reservoir approved the TVA's plan to balance the weeds.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Post-Bassmaster tax revenue results mixed
Sales tax revenues to the City of Guntersville were flat for the month of February, a month when many were expecting higher figures with the Bassmaster Classic fishing tournament.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Conservation Advisory Board to Meet May 3 in Montgomery
The Alabama Conservation Advisory Board will meet Saturday, May 3, 2014, in the State Capitol Auditorium in Montgomery.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Got ideas for future of Lake Guntersville State Park? Be heard at April 14 open house
Alabama State Parks Director Greg Lein will host an "Open House and Listening Session" next week at Lake Guntersville State Park.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Marshall County Unemployment Rate Increasing
The unemployment rate in Marshall County has continued to rise over the last two months, but county leaders say there's a good sign amidst that increase.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Truck spills chicken guts on highway
Crews in Albertville are cleaning up a big mess after a truck carrying chicken guts lost its load along 10 miles of highway.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Alabama Legislature approves 'Kelley's Law' to make murders against victims holding restraining orders a capital offense
The Alabama legislature has approved a bill that would make it a capital offense to murder someone who has a protective order against the offender, thus eliminating parole possibilities.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Wounded vet's new home making strong progress
A wounded warrior arrived in Marshall County for the first time Wednesday to see his home under construction; a home being built by volunteers.
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Soldier's journal to be returned thanks to social media search
Monday, we told you about Kerri Clemons of Arab, who bought what ended up being a soldier's diary at Mike's Merchandise in Guntersville several years ago.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
1 injured after collision, fiery crash in Guntersville
Despite a fiery wreck Tuesday afternoon, only one injury was reported when a big-rig collided with a car in Guntersville.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Woman searches for soldier who left behind journal
Kerri Clemons of Arab bought some items from Mike's Merchandise in Guntersville several years ago, including a diary from a soldier in Alaska serving in Afghanistan.
Work on wounded warrior's home continues despite setback
A wounded warrior is in an Army hospital recovering from a final surgery, as construction of his new home went underway Monday in Marshall County.