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Corey Maze, who has ties to Arab, was confirmed by the U.S. Senate Wednesday as a district judge on the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama.

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Former Marshall County Sheriff Scott Walls is disputing claims in an al.com story that he and his staff did things before leaving office that made new Sheriff Phil Sims’ job tough.

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Jonathan Sanford was named Arab City Schools’ Secondary Teacher of the Year for the 2018-2019 school year. He teaches at Arab Junior High School and Arab High School.

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In a meeting with enough drama for reality TV, the Marshall County Commission recently had a heated discussion about purchasing procedures.

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Arab Mayor Bob Joslin, Arab Economic Development Coordinator Melissa Cook and Arab Chamber of Commerce President Brooke Hemphill recently attended the International Council of Shopping Centers Conference in Las Vegas.

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The Arab High School Class of 1964 recently held its 55-year reunion. Those attending were: front, from left, Judy Duvall Tidwell, Brenda Edwards Jolley, Jeanette McBride Palmer, Gloria Benefield Lange, Nellie Corbin Putnam, Diann Smith Vaccaro, Sarah Hornsby Hazel, Pat Slaton Veeder, Paulet…

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Kamesha Jones was named Arab City Schools’ Elementary Teacher of the Year for the 2018-2019 school year. She teaches at Arab Elementary School.

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In a major step towards continued expansion of broadband internet service in rural Alabama, Gov. Kay Ivey signed Senate Bill 90 into law late last week.

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No one was seriously injured early Saturday when a car left U.S. 231 and crashed through the Waffle House building. Arab police say they are pursuing charges against the driver.

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Four members of an Arab family were killed Monday morning when their car slammed head-on into a log truck on Ala. 67, about a mile south of the four-way stop at Ala. 69.

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Friends, family, teachers, mentors and fellow graduates, I want to begin by thanking you all for attending our graduation ceremony for the class of 2019.

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Upon receiving the news that I was the valedictorian, my first thought was, “Oh, no! I have to make a speech.”

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City officials are looking into why local traffic lights have been damaged after being hit by vehicles of late, and if any adjustments need to be made.

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Arab High School has a new assistant principal and four system employees were non-renewed, meaning their employment was was terminated.

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A former Marshall County Circuit Clerk bookkeeper from Union Grove has pleaded guilty in federal court to one count of “theft or bribery concerning programs receiving federal funds.”

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Beginning in August, parents of new Arab City Schools students who live outside the city limits of Arab will have to pay a fee or tuition. The exceptions are students who live in the school district in Cullman County.

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Arab High School’s commencement ceremony is set for 7 p.m. Friday night at the Arab High School SportsPlex (new football stadium), located off Old Huntsville Highway. For inclement weather, the ceremony would be moved to the Arab High School auditorium, located next to AHS. In that event, ea…

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Aldridge Gap reopened Monday some three and a half years after it was heavily damaged by record flooding on Christmas Day 2015. The project came in at $240,000, $40,000 under the budgeted $280,000.Cutting the ribbon to open the road was District 1 Commissioner Ronny Shumate (standing just to…

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Brindlee Mountain High School’s graduation commencement is set for 7 p.m. Monday at the school’s football stadium (gymnasium in case of bad weather). Those graduating are: Alexus Allison, Mathew Ary, Breana Best, Kevin Brown, Logan Bunney, Cameron Burkhalter, Dru Campbell, Destiny Carr, Kayl…

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The message was clear to those attending the Union Hill Neighborhood Watch meeting earlier this month. If someone is unconscious, do something.

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Gov. Kay Ivey this week awarded grants totaling $605,113 to help two non-profit organizations in Marshall County continue providing services to victims of child abuse and domestic violence.

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For the month of April, Arab received a surplus of rain. At Pine Lake Village, Ed Reed measured 6.36 inches. The average since 1989, according to Tribune records, is 5.27 inches for the month of April.

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Arab Junior High School held its second Career Day recently. Seventh and eighth graders spent half of their school day learning from professionals in our region who spoke about their careers.

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Brindlee Mountain High School doesn’t select a valedictorian or salutatorian. Instead, it selects the top academic students and honors them. This year’s top seven students are, front from left, Maddie Young, Rebekah Gough, Alyssa Swafford and Indiana Taylor; back, Lucas Edmonds, Maddie Hyatt…

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While different matters were addressed at the recent Arab Electric Cooperative meeting, the one members should be most pleased about is that general manager Scott Spence expects no need for a rate increase in the foreseeable future.

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Arab High School is the 10th best high school in the state of Alabama, according to the annual rankings by U.S. News and World Report. AHS jumped seven spots from last year’s ranking of number 17.

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The Marshall County Legislative Delegation is advertising three bills it hopes to pass that would give the sheriff a new salary and stop the practice of left over jail food money going to the sheriff.

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Customers can tell when they walk in to Arab Meat Market that it’s a family-oriented business. There are photos of Bobby Morrow’s grandchildren, Axel and Willow, hanging on the wall behind the counter.

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For some, the recipient of the Arab Chamber of Commerce 2019 Citizen of Achievement Award, Charles Whisenant, is recognized as the editor of The Arab Tribune.

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The artwork of four Arab school students was chosen to be made into post cards that are being sold by the Arab Chamber of Commerce. The winning students were recognized at Friday’s Chamber banquet.

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The annual Marshall North Relay for Life begins at 5 p.m. Saturday at the Arab soccer fields and track at Thompson Eidson Park behind the Arab fire station off Fourth Avenue.

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Mary Cooley’s azalea bush is in full bloom and it’s huge. She planted it at her Union Grove home in 1994. It’s at least 20 feet around and about 9 feet tall, Cooley said. Cooley said she also has a rose bush that is about 10 feet tall. “I love my flowers,” she said. Got a big, pretty colorfu…