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Domestic Violence Awareness Month Friday, 11 October 2019 15:46

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV), domestic violence isn’t just someone hitting someone else. “Domestic violence is the willful intimidation, physical assault, battery, sexual assault and/or other abusive behavior as part of a systemic pattern of power and control perpetrated by one intimate partner against another.

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Commission approves 2019-2020 budget Friday, 11 October 2019 15:41

During public comments at the last Jackson County Commission meeting held on September 30, 2019,

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Council approves bids, paving Friday, 04 October 2019 18:45

Scottsboro City Council members voted to approve the budget for paving at the last council meeting held on September 23, 2019.

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September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness month. According to the National Women’s Health Network (NWHN),
“Ovarian cancer accounts for more deaths each year than any other cancer of the female reproductive system. In 2013 alone, there were an estimated 22,000 cases of ovarian cancer resulting in about 14,000 deaths. These shocking statistics make it clear that ovarian cancer awareness is of utmost importance.”

Ovarian cancer is known as the silent killer and for good reason.
The main symptoms of ovarian cancer are often overlooked or misdiagnosed by the best medical professionals every day. Usually, in the early stages, it’s undetectable to the patient, not presenting with any discomfort or alarming symptoms. It’s when the cancer has spread that something is wrong becomes prevalent. Symptoms like bloating, abdominal discomfort, loss of appetite, feeling full quickly, changes in bowel habits, often get misdiagnosed or brushed off as something else. In its later stages, it can present with weight loss, fatigue, back pain, frequent trips to the bathroom and irritable bowel syndrome.
As with any time you feel there is something wrong, early detection is tantamount to higher survival rates. The best course of action is to know your body and listen to your body. Go to your doctor, and if they will not listen, find one who will.
For more information and resources go to the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition at to find a local chapter, make connections and educate yourself and others.

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