Marshall County welcomes Governor Kay Ivey and Chancellor Jimmy Baker to Snead State to announce plans for a new career and technical training center.Read More
Inside what once housed the city’s post office are displays showcasing the city’s rich history, from farming to cars, churches to schools and much more.Read More
GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. – Officials with the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and the Alabama Department of Environmental Management today showed off newly resurfaced roads and parking areas at Lake Guntersville State Park paved with asphalt made with materials from items that are routinely discarded – scrap tires.Read More
SPECIAL TO THE REPORTER Apr 8, 2022 Updated Apr 11, 2022Read More
The Marshall County Leadership Challenge Class of 2022 is pictured with Governor Kay Ivey top to bottom, left to right: Rev. Gary Craft, Patrick Nolan, Eric Hayes, Brian Walls, Cole Carver, Nathaniel Frederick, Stanley Alldredge, Eric Cunningham; Co-Chair Laura Braswell, Shalon Steed, John Clay Dollar, Laura Hodge, Maggie Barnes, Jenna Pinney, Katie Stapler, Stacey White, Connie Martin; MCLC Board Vice Chair Felicia Simpson, Lee Cox, Kiley Rodenberry, Dr. Kate McCurdy, Casey Partain, Tara Snider, Jennie Davis; Board Member Alan Miller, Dr. Gussie Branch, MCLC Director Lindsey King, Governor Kay Ivey, Co-Chair Wendy Patterson, LeAnn McLain, and Wendy Walker.Read More
One president’s shortcomings are another’s advantages By Sen. Clay Scofield February 28, 2022Read More
Following a special called session, the 2022 legislative session is now underway in Alabama, and Senate Majority Leader Clay Scofield (R-Guntersville) and Rep. Kerry Rich (R-Albertville) said keeping the state’s budget in check will be a top priority.Read More
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