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Stepping into the past Thursday, 20 June 2019 14:08

Heritage Center provides bridge with the present
by Martha Smith

Imagine it’s the year 1881, and you’re standing ankle-deep in red clay on a plot of land recently cleared, watching the footers for your home be put in the ground.

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County Commission Meets Thursday, 20 June 2019 14:05

The Jackson County Commission voted on several items at their June 10th meeting:

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Documentary to be filmed in Scottsboro Thursday, 20 June 2019 14:04

The Scottsboro City Council voted on several resolutions at their last meeting on June 10, 2019.

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Scottsboro citizens elected three council members and one Board of Education member last Tuesday

. For Scottsboro City Council Place 3, currently held by Tony Wallingsford, Jackson County Commission Chairman Mike Ashburn  won the election  with 1,409 votes against Scottsboro High School teacher Emily Bradford, who received 711 votes.  Wallingsford has been in the position since 2014.
For Scottsboro City Council Place 4, currently held by Keith Smith, Small business owner  Mark Marshall lost the nomination with 1,009 votes to  Post Office  employee Richard “Pudge” Bailey, who received 1,099 votes. Smith has held the position since 2006.
For Scottsboro City Council Place 5, incumbent and Shift Production Supervisor at West Rock, Gary Stewart reserved his place with 1,300 votes against, small business owner  Morris Necklaus, who had 786 votes. Stewart was appointed to this position  in 2012.
The three City Council members will be sworn into office on November 5.
For Scottsboro City Board of Education Place 1, currently held by Hollie Thompson, retired Scottsboro Board of Education teacher Mitzi Gattis lost the nomination with 668 votes against  Scottsboro Police Department School Resource Officer Lee Benson, who received 1,443 votes.  Benson will be sworn into office at 5 p.m. on Thursday, September 6.

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