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Human remains found near Susan Moore identified as missing man

Marshall County Sheriff Phil Sims said a tip led investigators to human remains Sept. 30 that have been identified as a man missing from the Guntersville area. Marshall County investigators found the remains in rural Blount County near the town of Susan Moore. The Alabama Department of Forensic Science now has identified the remains as James Tracy Denson, who'd been reported missing Aug. 6; he was last seen in Guntersville Aug. 1.
SUSAN MOORE, AL
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Single-vehicle wreck knocks power lines down in Jackson Co.

JACKSON Co., Ala. (WAFF) - A single-vehicle wreck has knocked down power lines on Old Larkinsville Road in Jackson County on Thursday. According to a Facebook post by the Scottsboro Electric Power Board, power services will be intermittent as the power pole and power lines are replaced.
JACKSON COUNTY, AL
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Marshall Co. Sheriff’s Office investigators find human remains of missing person

MARSHALL Co., Ala. (WAFF) - Investigators with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office found human remains on Sept. 30 that have been identified as a missing person. Investigators found the human remains in Blount County after receiving a tip. The remains were sent to the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences and were positively identified as James Tracy Denson.
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Two area wrecks, two fatalities

Two wrecks last Thursday killed two area residents. Madeline G. Roberson, 28, was killed Thursday when the 2019 Chevrolet Equinox she was driving crashed into the rear of a 1998 Mack dump truck driven by Jacoris Thompson, 31, of Huntsville. The wreck happened on Ala. 69 coming up the mountain...
ARAB, AL
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Cherokee County Arrest Files for October 5th

Shannon Barrentine, 36 of Pisgah, charged with unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia and unlawful possession of a controlled substance by the Leesburg Police. Michael Skolfield, 33 of Pisgah, charged with unlawful possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of marijuana 2nd degree, and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia by the Leesburg Police.
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Bonnie turns shocking news into a positive

The thought of a breast cancer diagnosis would shock anyone, but Arab resident Bonnie Phillips has taken the life-altering news and turned it into a positive way of life for her, her friends and her family. Phillips was 61 years old when she went for her very first mammogram at...
ARAB, AL
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Man arrested in Jackson County after dog found tied atop pile of debris with no food, water

A Jackson County man has been charged with animal cruelty after police in Hollywood found a severely malnourished dog tied into a pile of debris. Hollywood Police Department said officers received a complaint Monday about an animal living in poor and unsanitary conditions. When they arrived, they found items piled several feet high, with a dog tied by a short rope in the middle.
JACKSON COUNTY, AL
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Property tax bills arriving this week

Marshall County Revenue Commissioner MichaelJohnson is reminding everyone thatOct.1is notjustthestartofthe2022propertytaxseason – italsobeginsthelastquartertoapplyfor2023tax year exemptions, to submit business personal property renditions, andto renew manufactured home registrations. Property tax notices went out in the mail Friday. “The law requires allapplications for exemptions from property taxesmust bemade beforeJan. 1of the next calendar...
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One Generation Away to host drive-thru grocery giveaway Saturday in Guntersville

While food costs remain high, one nonprofit is providing groceries for the low, low price of free. One Generation Away will bring its mobile drive-thru food pantry to Guntersville on Saturday. The nonprofit will have produce, pantry staples and more for anyone who visits Marshall Technical School at 12312 U.S. 431 from 9 a.m. until 10:30 a.m., or until all the food has been given out.
GUNTERSVILLE, AL

Community mourns loss of Terrell and Candace Glass

CULLMAN, Ala. – A husband and wife from Hayden, Alabama, known for their kindness and friendship, were killed Friday night, Sept. 30, in a motorcycle crash in Guntersville. Terrell and Candace Glass, both 31, were members of the Saints Motorcycle Club (MC) in Birmingham. Cullman Saints MC President Alex “Touché” Jones said he knew the couple for about a year, and they had been with the Birmingham MC for six months.   “They would ride together on their (Harley-Davidson) Street Glide on our rides,” Jones said. “Friday night, they had went to Guntersville to have dinner with one of our brothers. This is...
GUNTERSVILLE, AL
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New Hope volleyball sweeps Caledonia in 2022 Dig Pink Game

NEW HOPE — When New Hope and Caledonia faced off at the beginning of the season, the Trojans defeated the Cavaliers in four sets on the road just before district play began. On Tuesday night, with both teams wrapping up their season schedules, having gone unbeaten in district play, Caledonia was looking to flip the script from August.
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