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An Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) project to construct intersection modifications on U.S. Highway 72 and Alabama Highway 79 west of Scottsboro is expected to begin this week, weather permitting.

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On Tuesday morning Jackson County residents woke to snow on the ground and the cold reality that a second wave of COVID-19, which had been building for all of November, had reached the county.

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The Jackson County Commission approved resolutions to vacate two county roads during their meeting on Nov. 23. The Commission recognized a moment of silence for the fallen Scottsboro Fire Fighter Steven Dawson Beaird at the beginning of the meeting.

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Scottsboro City Council President Richard Bailey announced the creation of two committees to address issues citizens expressed during the 2020 election cycle — a Paving Advisory Committee and a Building and Zoning Advisory Committee.

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Election results in Alabama have been finalized. On Monday, Nov. 23, the state canvassing board met and officially certified the election results. The board includes Gov. Kay Ivey, Attorney General Steve Marshall and Secretary of State John Merrill.

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Thanks to two Bynum Foundation grants and the partnership of donations from State Sen. Steve Livingston, Scottsboro City Board of Education, Jackson County Board of Education and IMPACT Learning Center, the Earnest Pruett Center of Technology (EPCOT) with county schools and Scottsboro High School have a new, valuable piece of equipment to teach fundamental skills of healthcare.

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Robbie Copenhaver, chairman of the Jackson County Christmas Charities Board of Directors, said adoptions are currently underway throughout the county.

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Jackson County authorities are searching for a man accused of robbing the MAPCO store in Stevenson, on Highway 72, early Sunday morning.

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Northeast Alabama Community College (NACC) has established the NACC Community Scholarship program to help local residents train for a new career or return to college after an extended break. Many residents of DeKalb and Jackson Counties have been impacted by job loss and setbacks due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Gov. Kay Ivey extend the state’s Safer at Home order until Dec. 11. Ivey said that the amended order attempts to balance public health concerns with economic impact in the state.

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The Scottsboro Board of Education recognized various members of the Scottsboro High School Volleyball Team and a member of the High School Football team for their accomplishments during the season.

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On Tuesday, Kevin Dukes won another term as the superintendent of Jackson County Schools. Dukes defeated challenger Kimberly Pair-Coates, who ran as an independent, in the general election 12,439 to 2,983, winning just over 80%.

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Scottsboro swears in new mayor, city council members