GUIN — As you travel along U.S. Highway 43 in Guin from east going west, a remarkable sight meets your eyes. Displayed on the side of the Guin Post Office is a strikingly beautiful and colorful mural spelling out the name of the city. As you continue driving, you might see three other murals in the city, all painted by artist and master mural painter Missy Miles.
HALEYVILLE — A local man was killed when a tractor ran over him in a field off of Thornhill Road near Haleyville in Marion County Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 14, according to the Craft Fire Department.
HAMILTON — The Marion County Extension Office partnered with Northwest Alabama RC&D to host a garden expo as part of an outreach through NRCS/USDA on Tuesday, Oct. 10, at Bevill State Community College in Hamilton. Carla Lewis, Marion County Extension coordinator; Lauranne James, Northwest RC&D Council, executive director; and Tomeesa Shedd, NRCS conservation technician welcomed the attendees to the Garden Expo.
WINFIELD — Ed and Rachel Tramutolo met on a blind date in Winfield and would eventually get married in 1988.
GLEN ALLEN — The Town of Glen Allen repaired a broken water pipe on Saturday, Oct. 21, after hours of effort to locate and repair the leak.
HUNTSVILLE — Volleyball season has officially come to an end for teams in Marion County after the regional tournament in Huntsville.
HAMILTON — Thursday, Oct. 19, has been noted as “Purple Thursday” throughout Marion County. To show support and awareness of domestic violence, many citizens and officials were wearing purple throughout the day. While Purple Thursday has been observed before, this year the Marion County Domestic Violence Task Force distributed over 2,000 stickers and have placed yard signs all over the county.