Earlier this year, Carson Clark was talking to a high school friend who mentioned he was part of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine trial.
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- Guntersville football players make a difference against Arab in basketball
- High school basketball: Arab boys, girls defeat DAR
- Arab JV girls overcome long odds, win OT game with 3 players on court at the end
- Carson Clark part of coronavirus vaccine trials
The Marshall County Christmas Coalition would like to say a big thank you to all the volunteers that helped during the September sign-ups this year. The organization has received applications for more than 1,700 children for sponsorship during the 2020 season.
Three Arab Electric Cooperative employees – Chris Burgess, Kevin Shaver and Kyler Mitchell – recently spent a week near Wetumpka helping to restore power to residents affected by Hurricane Zeta.
The Brindlee Mountain varsity boys got back on the winning track with a 54-34 win over Vinemont in the Priceville Thanksgiving Tournament on Saturday.
Arab head coach Justin Jonus had a little sympathy for Guntersville coach Brett Self leading into their teams’ game Thursday night before a large crowd at Arab’s new gym.
The game-changing moment in Arab’s 57-39 win at DAR on Friday came seconds before the half ended as James Ed Johnson hit a 3-pointer, followed by a quick steal from John Wesson Johnson on the inbound pass who kicked it back out to Ed who hit another 3.