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Saturday is “chalk day” from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday at Arab Police Department.

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While Arab City Schools have been tentatively planning the first day of the new school year as Aug. 10, more will be known for sure tomorrow (Friday) when State Superintendent Dr. Eric Mackey is expected to release new information to school systems across the state.

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As of Wednesday morning, four people were in the hospital at Marshall Medical Center North with COVID-19. Marshall Medical Center South in Boaz had 13 patients with COVID-19.

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Arab Police Chief Ed Ralston is retiring. His last official day is July 31. Until then, he’ll be in and out and using up sick days, as allowed by law.

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As it turns out, Arab will likely receive a bit more of the $382,578 earmarked for the city from CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Security) Act Funds than expected.

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Alan Miller doesn’t consider himself a politician, rather a public servant. He wants to use that servant’s heart by serving on the Arab City Council.

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Due to a mechanical issue with the press, the Tribune will not be in mailboxes Thursday. A part is being overnighted, which means the Tribune won't go to press until sometime Thursday. We hope to have the Tribune in your mailboxes Friday and in news stands Thursday night. We apologize for an…

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Mitch Stone didn’t let his retirement settle in good before he decided to announce his run for Arab City Council. Stone recently retired from Arab Police Department after 25 years on the job.

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The old brick buildings of downtown Albertville’s Main Street echoed with the shouts of protesters Saturday who were calling for justice against police brutality and racial discrimination in America.

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The reconstruction of U.S. 231 up and down Brindlee Mountain between Morgan City and Lacey’s Spring began Monday morning.

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Arab Electric Cooperative will resume cut offs for non-payment on June 8, however it also has a repayment plan for those who need the help.

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Arab Electric Cooperative, TVA, the Arab Emergency Relief Fund and local donors have come together to help those who need assistance paying their electric bills.

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Local kids looking for a place to cool off will get their chance on Monday, June 15.

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Arab City Councilman Mike Allen is running for another term as the Place 4 council member.

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“A Brindlee Mountain Tradition since 1961” is adding another chapter to its story, and it’ll be a reunification of sorts.

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Arab Primary School has a new principal. Thursday night the Arab Board of Education unanimously approved Ross Edward Lewis for the position, effective July 1. He replaces Scott Sutton.

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Arab Mayor Bob Joslin told the Arab City Council Monday night that facilities and offices within the city are beginning to open back up, but with precautions.

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Arab Superintendent Dr. Johnny Berry says, for now, Arab City Schools will begin school this fall on Aug. 10. Berry was responding to a publicized request by State Superintendent Dr. Eric Mackey for schools to delay starting classes until Aug. 15 or after.

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The excavation of about 220,000 cubic yards of loose rock and soil from the landslide on Brindlee Mountain in Morgan County, the first phase of the Alabama Department of Transportation’s plan to repair and reopen U.S. 231, is now complete.

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Monday night the Arab City Council unanimously approved Kevin Walls as the new member of the Arab Board of Education, officially effective June 1.

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Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth’s plan to reopen Alabama has been met with mixed reactions. Some agree, some disagree. Some say the plan goes too far, and some not far enough.

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Dr. Christopher Manganaris is Marshall County’s pulmonologist or lung specialist. He wrote a letter to the county’s media last week that was signed by more than 35 doctors, asking residents to take COVID-19 seriously.

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In a special called meeting held Monday afternoon, the Arab City Council approved a resolution that allows the city to authorize expenses related to COVID-19 without prior approval by the council.

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Following the postponement of the March 31 primary runoff election to July 14, Alabama Secretary of State John H. Merrill reminds Alabamians of the option to vote by absentee ballot.

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Changes and daily updates in the wake of COVID-19 have become a way of life in the world. As a trusted resource for healthcare information, Marshall Medical Center’s goal is to pass along updates as they become available.

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Brindlee Mountain Elementary School principal Amanda Hollaway couldn’t simply sit idly by during the closing of her school because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Following Gov. Kay Ivey’s proclamation Thursday afternoon that “all public K-12 schools shall implement a plan to complete the 2019-20 school year using alternate methods of instruction established by the State Department of Education,” Arab City Schools Superintendent Dr. Johnny Berry told …

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Scott and Karen Chapman are on lockdown in their apartment in Belgium because of the Coronavirus. The country has 3,401 cases and 75 deaths from the virus.

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If you are having a hardship because of the Coronavirus pandemic (COVID 19), Arab Electric Cooperative management has received authority from the board of trustees to work with you.

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Marshall County doctors are warning residents to heed the advice and instructions coming down from the Centers for Disease Control, Alabama Department of Public Health and other medical agencies regarding COVID 19, knows as the Corona Virus.

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Alabama cable providers plan to invest more than $13 million to bring broadband telecommunications services to rural Alabama citizens who do not yet have high-speed internet services, including to the Morgan City area.

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Arab Veterans of Foreign War Post 6226 has installed a U.S. Flag drop box at Arab Fire and Rescue, located on Fourth Avenue. The box is for the community to drop off U.S. Flags that need to be retired. Flags should never be shredded or placed in the garbage. All flags that are collected in t…