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Council adopts cleaner version of city code Thursday, 19 April 2018 15:04

During the recent Scottsboro City Council meeting, council members approved several items.

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JCBOE discusses teacher, instructor contracts Wednesday, 21 March 2018 15:21

The Jackson County Board of Education began their recent meeting with policy questions from Board member Charles West.

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New TVA in lieu of tax bill passed Wednesday, 14 March 2018 14:58

The third TVA in-lieu-of tax bill since 2015 has been  passed. 

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Caity Ledwell, a Junior at Skyline High School recently scored her 1,000th point as a Varsity Basketball Player.

Ledwell began playing basketball in the Rec League in the first grade. Ledwell says, “It has been humbling to receive this award and I would like to thank my coaches and all the team mates throughout my career so far cause without them I would not be here.” Ledwell’s coach, Ronnie McCarver stated, “She has really worked hard. Caity is the  first one to practice everyday. I’ve really enjoyed coaching her and  look forward to coaching her as she finishes her career at Skyline.” Principal Jason Davidson stated, “This milestone marks the hard work that she has given to this school and her team. Caity is not afraid to put in the hard work it takes to succeed.”
Ledwell says she hopes to continue playing basketball after high school at the next level. She plans to attend college  where she will pursue a degree  and then attend Veterinary School and specialize in Large Animal Veterinarian medicine.
Ledwell is the daughter of Stacy and Sue Ledwell.
Ledwell’s parents say they have really enjoyed watching their daughter grow as a person and a player and hope that she continues to work hard and pursue her dreams.

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