Two Jackson County people were killed in a two-vehicle wreck in DeKalb County Monday morning.
One of Cathy Mitchell’s dreams for the Jackson County community is coming true. Mitchell, executive director of the IMPACT Learning Center, has long had a vision of a van equipped with computers that could travel to industries and other areas throughout Jackson County. Presently, this van has been purchased and is being prepared for just this.
The Jackson County Children’s Advocacy Center is selling t-shirts for Child Abuse Prevention Month. The CAC’s hope is that people will wear the shirts in April in support of Child Abuse Prevention Month.
The Scottsboro City Council discussed the surplus of property just off the service road off of Veterans Drive at its work session Monday evening.
The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office is losing a “very good and seasoned” deputy, and Sheriff Chuck Phillips is hearing that four or five others are interviewing for jobs.
Jack Lovelady, president and CEO of First Southern State Bank, has announced the promotions of veteran bankers Larrian Mason, Mark O’Leary and Sherry Jo Rogers.
The Alabama Literacy Act became law in September. This was the theme of a Literacy Lunch-n-Learn program sponsored by Impact Learning Center and the Scottsboro Board of Education. Various members of the community joined with some educators to learn more about this new law and how it will affect the children.
A Scottsboro man has been sentenced to more than seven years in federal prison after pleading guilty to possession of child pornography.
At the Scottsboro City Council’s Feb. 3 work session, Mayor Robin Shelton asked the council to consider either reallocating funds set aside to renovate batting cages to go towards the purchase of two fire boats or use funds from surplus sales tax to purchase the boats.
The Jackson County Commission discussed earmarking simplified sellers use tax (SSUT) to the Council on Aging and the Jackson County Jail at its work session Tuesday afternoon.
The Eagles (29-3) play Southeast Regional champion Pike Road in the state semifinals on Tuesday at 9 a.m. at the BJCC’s Legacy Arena in Birmingham.
HTPG is hosting its second annual 5K race to benefit the American Heart Association on March 7, 2020. The race will begin at HTPG, will go through the Scottsboro industrial park, and will end at HTPG. The race will kick off at 8 a.m.
Jackson County Strong, a relief concert to help the people impacted by the boat dock fire at Jackson County Park, will take place on Friday, Feb. 21 at Collins Intermediate School in Scottsboro.
Alabama State Troopers say they have recovered the vehicle that went missing in South Sauty Creek in Buck’s Pocket State Park earlier this month.
Courses have officially begun for students completing the Google IT Support Professional Certificate at Northeast Alabama Community College. NACC is administering the certificate through the Coursera online learning platform, where students will access self-paced courses with interactive assessments and videos.
State Rep. Tommy Hanes (R-Bryant) has pre-filed a bill in the Alabama House of Representatives that would nullify any federal act that unconstitutionally infringes upon the right to keep and bear arms.
On Friday, despite a coolness in the air, the sun shined bright. It was a far cry from recent days as this February is turning into one of the wettest ones on record.
Have you ever wondered what a school counselor actually does? Well, that question was posed to the counselors in the Scottsboro City and Jackson County Schools during National School Counselor Week.
The Jackson County Commission voted to move forward with a safety project for County Road 21. The county was awarded a grant through the High-Risk Rural Roads Program. The estimated total amount for the project is $35,000.
The Jackson County Commission approved a road resurfacing agreement for County Road 61 at its work session Monday evening. County Road 61 runs between Pisgah High School and Sam Kenimer Stadium.
Northeast Alabama Community College’s Diversity Committee has announced several events on campus in celebration of Black History Month. Events will be both educational and entertaining, and all events are open to the public.
Jack Lovelady, president and chief executive officer at First Southern State Bank, has announced that Barry Kennedy, CPA, has joined the bank and will serve as chief financial officer/senior vice president.
Registration is now open for the 5th Annual Captain D’s Castin’ ‘N Catchin’ presented by Harbin Automotive. This fishing tournament benefits the Pediatric and Congenital Heart Center at Children’s of Alabama and will be held Saturday, April 25, at Goose Pond Colony Resort (417 Ed Hembree Drive, Scottsboro, 35769).
The Jackson County Commission discussed a road resurfacing agreement for County Road 61 at its work session Monday evening. County Road 61 runs between Pisgah High School and Sam Kenimer Stadium.
The Jackson County Commission is set to vote on a safety project for County Road 21. The county was awarded a grant through the High-Risk Rural Roads Program. The estimated total amount for the project is $35,000.