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Rick and Judy Baugh bought R&J Café in September of 2017. They wanted to spend more time together, and they live two doors down from the restaurant. Rick retired from Lozier after 31 years, and Judy retired from Maples after 28 years. The two decided they wanted to try owning and operating a restaurant, and they decided to go for it.

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The biggest shopping day of the year has everyone looking for discounts

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The Scottsboro City Council approved a shared sales tax agreement with Hutton, a development group out of Chattanooga, Tennessee, at its meeting Monday evening. The council approved the agreement with a 4-1 vote, with councilman Greg Mashburn being the only opposition to the agreement.

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Go Native app gives customers the chance to stay home and small business an opportunity

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Representatives from Hutton, a development group from Chattanooga, Tn., attended the Scottsboro City Council work session on Monday night to present a proposal for a tax rebate or sales tax sharing agreement for a potential fast food restaurant in Scottsboro.

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FNB Bank has received regulatory approval to open a banking office at 1101 Broad Street in Chattanooga, expanding their presence in the Chattanooga market which began with the 2018 acquisition of Capital Bank and its three northwest Georgia locations. Three veteran area bankers have joined the FNB Bank team to lead the Chattanooga expansion.

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Jack Lovelady, president and chief executive officer of First Southern State Bank, has announced that Karen (Warr) Hubbard, vice president/head bookkeeper, has bene promoted to vice president/head of bank operations.

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Several local and regional businesses had an opportunity to network with representatives from NASA and its prime contractor in Jackson County on Wednesday.

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Honduran co-op leaders visit Jackson County to explore ways to bring prosperity to their home country

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Captain D’s honors Copenhaver with special award

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The Law Office of Parker Edmiston is cohosting a basic crime scene investigation workshop with Forensic Pieces of Pensacola, Florida on July 15, 16 and 17. The class will be held at Comfort Inn and Suites in Scottsboro.

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The Mountain Lakes Chamber of Commerce, IMPACT Learning Center and Jackson County Legislative Delegation are sponsoring a special event, Food for Thought, a donation drive on Friday, July 19.

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Scottsboro’s newest business helps customers with everything cell phones

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What is the root of Jackson County’s financial problem?

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Fatboyz Bond LLC has been helping people get out of jail since April 2018

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Carol’s Chicken Basket owner passes away

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Dogwood Hills Golf Course, in Flat Rock, offers some of the best golf in Jackson County

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Little league baseball team shows support for Children’s Advocacy Center

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Mother’s Day is Sunday, which means children young and old will spend all day with their mom and they will do whatever mom wants to do because it is her day.

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Barry Shelton is living his lifelong dream. He always dreamt of owning his own restaurant, and seven years ago his dream finally became a reality. Since then, Holy Smokes BBQ has been the place to go for great barbeque with some serious flavor.

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Cloud’s Pizza has been a staple in Higdon for nearly 30 years

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Sanoh America Inc. has plans for expansion in Scottsboro. Roy Light of the Industrial Development Board came to the Scottsboro City Council meeting on Monday night to discuss the expansion and a bond issue.

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IMPACT Learning Center and the Jackson County Economic Development Authority will partner to host a job fair on April 4, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m., at the Scottsboro Rec*Com.

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Serving more than 20 years, Sue Moore will retire from FNB Bank. Moore, who is the bank’s vice president of marketing, served customers since 1998.

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Turning Point Pregnancy Center opened its doors 10 years ago this month with a mission to help women during pregnancy.  Each year they have around 33 clients who have ranged in age from 13 to 46.  All services are free and everything is confidential.