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Terry Phillips (left), a retired firefighter who comes back to Huntsville to cook each year, speaks with guests during the Huntsville Fire Department’s annual Ham & Bean Feed Fundraiser at fire house No. 1. HFD Chief Kevin Shinn speaks with Charlene Bennett at the end of the table. Phill…

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The latest cost estimates for Career and Technical Education buildings in the Huntsville School District are more than $500,000 higher than earlier this year. The higher costs are “part of a process,” according to construction officials who met with local board members last week.

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The subject of a manhunt in Madison County last week turned himself in to authorities in Fayetteville after spending a night in the woods.

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The chairman of an ad-hoc committee of the Huntsville City Council said he would like to see a “flow chart” for a new temporary animal holding facility.

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The filing period for those seeking public office in the 2020 elections will end at noon on Nov. 12.

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The Huntsville Economic Development and Tourism Commission last week heard about updates to the bylaws and the work plan.

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Izzabella Hernandez was named Teen Miss Huntsville last Saturday. The event was held at Huntsville High School. See more photos on Page 8B.

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The Kingston American Legion has been approved for a “Celebration of Service” grant from Home Depot, with store employees expected in the community next week to repair the building.

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The Huntsville Planning Commission briefly met on Monday and finalized a lot line adjustment for property on Governor’s Hill for an out-of-state couple.

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Autumn is budget time, and the Madison County Library (MCL) board wrestled with that task again Monday in its regular quarterly meeting. The board offered two proposed budgets, one of which included cost of living adjustments in anticipation of the scheduled increase in the minimum wage in A…

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Kenny Harp and Debbie Neal, both of Pettigrew, filed a lawsuit on Oct. 10 against Rainbow Cycle and Marine as well as American Honda Motor Company contending that an accident that they were involved in on Oct. 15, 2016, was the result of a defective throttle pedal on a 2016 Honda Pioneer 100…

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One might say, “The family that scares together, stays together,” when it comes to the owners of The Expelled, Huntsville’s own haunted house.

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In preparation for the 92nd National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Ind., on Oct. 29 through Nov. 2, members of the St. Paul FFA have been doing a variety of fundraising activities.

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Too many people take better care of their cars than they do their own bodies. There’s a big difference between the two, though. Allowing your car to run with no oil will ruin the engine and cost you lots of money. Allowing breast cancer to grow will cost you your life.

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Construction of Career and Technical Education buildings in Huntsville and St. Paul could get started by the end of this year, though they will not be in the original locations as planned.

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Elizabeth Stelly (center) is surrounded by the 2019 Huntsville Homecoming Court. Stelly was voted queen by her fellow students.

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Huntsville’s City Council voted Monday night to build kennels for temporary housing of stray animals at the city’s industrial park site.  The exact location on the site and the starting construction date will be determined after the Ad Hoc Committee on Kennel Location meets again.

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Enrollment in the Huntsville School District is up 20 students as of the first of October, the Huntsville School Board was told on Monday.

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Former Huntsville School District Assistant Superintendent Cheryl Gall was never informed why the Huntsville School Board voted to send her home with pay, effectively buying out her contract for the rest of school year. And Gall stated, through her attorney, that she wants to “abide by the t…

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Ronnie Littlehawk Jr., 23, of Huntsville, was arrested in the Sept. 24 shooting of his father and jailed on a second-degree attempted murder count, according to information from law enforcement officials and with the Madison and Washington counties sheriffs’ offices.

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After a week of revelations concerning text messages exchanged between opposing teams’ football coaches in which a former Huntsville High School head football coach, Randy Barnhill, exchanged information about football plays and signals with Elkins’ Head Football Coach Bryan Hutson, the Hunt…

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Madison County Judge Frank Weaver has been awarded the Association of Arkansas Counties’ (AAC) 2019 Wes Fowler Advocacy Award for his “tireless work in boldly advocating for the counties of Arkansas,” a news release said.