In addition to the presidential race, there will be a few statewide and local offices on the ballot for Marshall County voters next year.
- Arab Jr. High basketball: 8th grade girls defeat Hartselle
- In the Tank: High school athletes deserve appreciation for their time, effort and hard work
- Arab's Brooks Malone signs golf scholarship with Calhoun
- Arab's Will Hudson sticks with baseball, signs with UNA
- Brindlee Mountain basketball: Lions win home opener
Even if you didn’t grow up with the “Peanuts” comic strip in the daily papers, you’re most likely familiar with Charlie Brown.
During WWII, many families in Arab reluctantly – but proudly – sent family members off to war. Women cried as husbands, brothers and sons waved farewell.
It was tough going for the Arab Junior Knights on Tuesday night with only the eighth grade girls getting a win, and that wasn’t easy.
Arab seniors Will Hudson and Brooks Malone celebrated signing college scholarships Wednesday at the school’s new gym.
As Brooks Malone’s father, Jason Malone knew what he wanted to say when Calhoun golf coach Richard Morgan asked about his son.