May 21, 2024

It’s Infectious, In A Good Way!

Good news is worth sharing. And who knows? Sharing it might just inspire someone to make some good news of their own. I’ve got some stories here that are so good – from 3rd graders winning bicycles to asking yourself a very important question. Plus, […]

Marshall Medical Centers COVID Hospitalizations Down

Recently, Marshall Medical Centers reported 15 total COVID-19 inpatients in Marshall County, its lowest amount since last November. Save for the occasional spike, coronavirus cases have been trending downward across Sand Mountain since December 2020 when the 7-day average for Marshall, DeKalb, Etowah and Blount […]

Safer At Home Extended

Governor Kay Ivey announced the extension of the Safer at Home Order on Thursday. The order requires people to wear a facial covering when within 6 feet of someone else, and requires their use in schools and colleges for employees and students in second grade […]

Danny Gokey’s Inspiration

If you’ve listened to Christian radio for even a day, you’ve heard this man’s voice. He’s Danny Gokey. You may even remember seeing him as a contestant on American Idol a few years ago. But, Danny has a story – one that involves dealing with […]

New Business, Despite The Pandemic

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, many new businesses and restaurants opened new locations or unveiled upgraded facilities during 2020. Check out this story at our Newspaper Partner’s Website, the Sand Mountain Reporter, HERE.

Marshall County’s First Baby of 2021

Meet the first baby of the new year at Marshall Medical Center North – Donnie James Webster. The proud parents are Sarah and Sam Webster.  Donnie James was born on Jan. 1, 2021, at 9:14 a.m.  He weighs 5 pounds, 11 ounces and is 19 […]

Saving Families From Eviction

An act of kindness by a woman in Tucson, AZ., has created a ripple effect for families struggling to pay rent. Nora Briggs says she reached out to the Salvation Army to see how she could help a family facing difficult times. “I said I […]

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