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Mayor Darrell Trahan administered the oath of office to three commissioners at Monday night’s Huntsville City Council meeting.

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The Huntsville School Board on Monday heard a proposal to use the former Walmart building for a Career and Technical Education facility, instead of building a new facility.

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The process to obtain a loan to help pay for a new water tank in the city has moved forward a bit, Water Department Director Larry Garrett told the Huntsville Water & Sewer Commission.

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January 2 marked the 40th year that Ruth Roberts has been in business in Huntsville. Except for one year when renovations took place at her building, Roberts Tax & Accounting has been at 402 W. Main St. the entire time.

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If things work out as planned, Anna Woodbridge may be driving a new Subaru in heaven while she works on the best real estate deal of her career.

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Huntsville School District Superintendent Dennis Fisher was relieved of his superintendent duties last Thursday and the Huntsville School Board promoted St. Paul Principal Audra Kimball to be interim superintendent until June 30.

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Fourth Judicial District prosecutors will not pursue charges against Huntsville School District employees, something former football coach and dean of students Randy Barnhill had sought.

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Huntsville School District Superintendent Dennis Fisher was demoted immediately to assistant superintendent by the Huntsville School Board on Thursday, and St. Paul Principal Audra Kimball will be interim superintendent until June 30.

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A possible jail for Madison County, fire protection for Huntsville, and Career and Technical Education buildings for the Huntsville School District could be some of the top issues in 2020, according to local officials who spoke about the new year.

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Madison County Veterans Services Officer Jim Dickinson will be moving to a new office at 4D Sanitation, 1937 Highway 412B early in 2020.

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Two members of the Hindsville City Council have said they plan to resign from the group, Mayor Stephanie Casey confirmed last week.

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Madison County employees and special guests had their annual Christmas dinner last Thursday. The luncheon was held at the county shop.

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The final touches are being put on the new Taco Bell along the Highway 412 Bypass in Huntsville. A spokesman said the eatery will open on Thursday, Dec. 26.

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Rodney Reynolds, manager of the Madison County Water Facilities Board, recently was named Manager of the Year for water utilities.

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Plans for a craft brewery and taproom in the former Basham building have fallen through.

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A sophomore at Huntsville High School who died in a two-vehicle accident last Wednesday “was a good kid, a very good kid,” according to Principal Roxanne Enix.

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Second-graders from the Huntsville Primary School perform Christmas songs at the Madison County Courthouse last week. The students came in three sections to perform holiday favorites.

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The Huntsville City Planning Commission unanimously pre-approved the final plat for Phase 2 of the Highland Park Subdivision, allowing for construction of two houses to begin.

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The Madison County Water Facilities Board is awaiting word from state agencies before it can move forward with a major rehabilitation project, according to Manager Rodney Reynolds.

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The St. Paul Town Council last week approved the 2020 General and Street budgets, according to Mayor Nina Selz.

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Sonja Roden with the Huntsville Police Department goes through the line at the city’s annual Christmas dinner on Tuesday. City employees and special guests ate at the Masonic Lodge.

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Nancy Marsh is retiring for a second time as she will step down from her job as Huntsville’s Economic Development and Tourism director on Jan. 31.

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Several people in the area were asked what they wanted for Christmas. Not as private individuals, but in their jobs. Some offered serious answers while others took a lighter approach.

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The Madison County Quorum Monday approved the 2020 budget, which includes a slight increase in what the county will pay to house its prisoners in Washington County.

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Slick roads due to a sudden hailstorm early Monday caused two vehicle accidents near Hindsville, according to the Madison County Sheriff’s Office.

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The Madison County Record won the annual Chamber of Commerce Best Decorated Business Contest. Second place this year went to Kindercare with the Extension Office third.

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Knightly Smith, 3, visits with Santa following Saturday night’s Christmas parade in Huntsville. See more photos from the parade on Pages 8-9A.

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A nonprofit foundation being formed by Jonathan Formanek is planning to purchase the former Walmart building at 121 E. Lee St. and use it for community organizations whether or not the Huntsville School District enters into an agreement with the non-profit foundation to use the building for …

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A Hindsville City Council member Monday night spoke out against a proposed ordinance that would target unsightly dwellings and properties in the town.

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Randy and Bettinna Coger have a simple message this winter: If you need a coat, come by their store and get one free, with no questions asked.

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Former Huntsville High School Football Coach and Dean of Students Randy Barnhill wants to press charges against the current coach for “illegally intercepted text messages,” according to a Huntsville Police Department report.

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Huntsville City Council members were treated to a glimpse of a revitalized downtown Huntsville at their meeting Monday night.

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The Huntsville School Board renewed its intra-agency agreement with the Madison County Sheriff’s Office at its regular meeting on Monday night at the Huntsville Intermediate School.

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Huntsville High School was a training sight for canine police on Tuesday. The “practice” included agencies from Elkins, Springdale, Washington County, the University of Arkansas, Huntsville PD and the Madison County Sheriff’s Office. Principal Roxanne Enix on Facebook said, “We are grateful …