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Spay Neuter Jackson County AL (SNJCA) will have a yard sale fundraiser Saturday, June 6 at 2818 Veterans Drive in Scottsboro, from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. All of the proceeds will benefit their lower income spay and neuter program for Jackson County residents.

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The Mountain Lakes Chamber of Commerce announced Wednesday that 58 local businesses have been awarded a Small Business Relief Fund Grant. Mountain Lakes Chamber of Commerce representatives said it would not have been possible without the following community partners: Google, Regions Bank, Th…

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The American Legion Post 30 and VFW Post 6073 will conduct a short Memorial Day ceremony at the Veterans Memorial Park Monday, May 25, at 9:30 a.m., rain or shine.

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On Thursday in press conference, Gov. Kay Ivey announced that athletic activities, theaters, childcare facilities and summer camps will reopen, beginning at 5 p.m. on Friday.

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Caldwell Elementary School may not be filled with teachers and students right now, but the students are continuing to read and improve their reading skills. Nita Tolliver, Caldwell computer lab teacher, has listed some outstanding achievements by students for last week.

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The Scottsboro Rec*Com is back in business as of today. According to city officials, the only facilities available to the public at this time is the pool, walking track and fitness room. Hours of operation will be Monday-Friday, from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m., Saturday, from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. and Sunday, from 1-5 p.m.

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Jackson County has been chosen to receive $15,840 under the Emergency Food and Shelter program and $22,584 under CARES to supplement emergency food and shelter programs.

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Highlands Health and Rehab and Cloverdale Manor come together with a parade today

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Highlands Health and Rehab and Cloverdale Manor come together with a parade today

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Jackson County Schools Superintendent Kevin Dukes explained how the district has moved forward and will continue to move forward with its schools at the Jackson County Board of Education meeting Thursday evening. 

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The Tennessee Valley Authority Board of Directors continued its oversight of TVA’s mission of service at its meeting Thursday while following public health guidelines intended to protect team members, the public and their families. The board’s scheduled quarterly meeting was conducted in a virtual format and streamed live online for the public. 

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Highlands Medical Center takes additional measures to ensure patient and staff safety

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The senior year has definitely not ended the way the Class of 2020 planned.  However, the administration at Scottsboro High School is working to have some special events just for seniors.  SHS Principal Rob Paradise has announced a “Senior Signing Day” set for Thursday, May 7, from 1-3 p.m.

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The Scottsboro City Council discussed burn ordinances again at its dual session Monday evening. The council examined the issue at its April 6 meeting.

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The Scottsboro Public Library is expected to re-open June 1, according to the library’s board of trustees. The decision was made after Gov. Kay Ivey extended a safer-at-home order until May 14.

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While Highlands Medical Center (HMC) has continued to perform surgical and diagnostic procedures in urgent and emergent cases, all elective procedures were stopped on March 19, at the order of Gov. Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Public Health. Per her announcement on April 28, hospitals across the state are now able to get back to work performing all procedures for patients. 

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Business not as usual with updated hours and procedures