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The Alabama COVID-19 vaccine scheduling hotline continues to receive a massive call volume, including more than 1.1 million calls in the first day of being open to the public.

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Gov. Kay Ivey recently awarded $1.06 million to six organizations in north Alabama that help victims of domestic violence and child abuse, including Kelley’s Rainbow, the domestic violence shelter in Marshall County.

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Marshall County’s newest citizens are the first babies of the new year. Both were born New Year’s Day. Johanna Martinez was born at 8:15 a.m. Jan. 1, at Marshall Medical Center in Boaz. Johanna weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces and is 19.5 inches long. Her parents are Monica Ochoa and Jorge Martine…

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There is no debate – COVID 19 is the Number 1 story of 2020 in Arab, Alabama, the United States, the planet.

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A former Morgan City woman was found dead Sunday morning in Morgan County.

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At the Dec. 7 meeting of the Arab City Council, Councilman Johnny Hart said that before considering a proposed pet shop ordinance that would restrict the sale of dogs and cats to only those that are sourced from animal care facilities or rescue organizations, he wanted to get some input from…

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Jennifer Hayes died of COVID-19 and double pneumonia on Aug. 28 at Vanderbilt University Hospital in Nashville.

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Marshall County could have a new municipality in the coming months as residents of Cherokee Ridge have petitioned the Marshall County Probate Court calling for a referendum on the matter.

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Arab Police Chief Shane Washburn named Dusty Vaughn as the department’s new assistant police chief.

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If you have questions about what is happening in this country and around the world pertaining to the future of our United States Republic and the so called COVID-19 vaccines ready to be administered by our government, I urge you to listen to this 57 minute interview.

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The Arab area got hit with an early-season snow fall Monday afternoon that left areas with 1.5 to 2 inches of snow. Temps were in the low 20s Monday night and Tuesday night but had climbed back into the mid-30s by Wednesday night. Bonnie Isom took the photo above at her residence on Eighth S…

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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.

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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.

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The Arab Electric Cooperative board of trustees on Monday is expected to discuss the purchase of AMI – Automated Metering Infrastructure – or “smart metering.”

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The new Arab City Council adopted a $15,292,935 budget for the 2020-21 fiscal year.

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The first 10-percent increase of a five-year plan will go into effect on the November billing cycle for customers of Arab Sewer Department. Those bills will be due in December.

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Twyman D Mitchell was born in Alabama on April 22, 1925. He was one of two sons born to Erastus Mitchell and Rosie Lee “Leester” Hughes.

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Forty-five years have passed since the end of the Vietnam War or, as it was sometimes called, the Second Indochina War.

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The last three months have been an overwhelming roller coaster of good news, difficult news, procedures, surgeries, recovery, success and setbacks for Marshall County residents Trent Slaton and Alexis Beard's 3-month-old daughter, Oaklee Rayne Slaton.

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All five school districts in Marshall County released a joint statement regarding the recent increase in cases of COVID-19 around the state and county.

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Mayor Bob Joslin said the city has received an updated conceptual plan on the proposed access road on 12th Avenue that will connect to the Arab Primary School property.

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Jurors looked away, closed their eyes and shook their heads as photos of a dead baby boy were shown in Robert Hill Jr.’s capital murder trial in Decatur this week.

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Lauren Watson, a graduate of Arab High School’s Class of 2018, was crowned Homecoming Queen at Jacksonville State University last Saturday. A junior at JSU, Lauren is majoring in nursing and is very active on campus. She is involved in the honors program, is a GO! Leader and is in the Phi Mu…

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The 2020 Brindlee Mountain High School Homecoming Court is made up of: back, from left, Maci Tedder, Adriana Hernandez, Erin Chester, Bella King, AnnaClaire Garmany and Sarah Nussbaumer; front are seniors Caitlyn Bridges, Cassidy Tompkins, Grace Taymon, Katie Gough and Jasmine Knepper. One o…

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In the only actual business of the evening Monday, the Arab City Council approved a resolution authorizing Mayor Bob Joslin to submit an ATRIP (Alabama Transportation Rehabilitation and Improvement Program) grant to replace or improve the traffic lights at all seven intersections in the city…

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Martha “Marti” Jester was the poster child for Breast Cancer Awareness month. She faithfully scheduled her mammogram every year when October rolled around.

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For a decade, The Foundation for Marshall Medical Centers has raised money through its Pink Pumpkin Run to fund mammograms for women who cannot afford them.

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Marshall County Circuit Clerk Angie Johnson is reminding voters they can cast their ballots by absentee ballots if they don’t want to vote in person on election day.

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It seems as though vocal lightning has struck the same neighborhood twice as a national spotlight shines down on two Union Grove singers.

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Marshall County Revenue Commissioner Michael Johnson is asking taxpayers to mail in their property tax payments this year instead of paying them in person if at all possible.

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The Arab High School homecoming parade is set for 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 1, with notable changes from years past.