Goose Pond to host 38th annual Fourth of July Celebration

Goose Pond Colony Resort, has been awarded permits from The Alabama Department of Public Health, Alabama State Attorney General’s Office, the Alabama State Fire Marshal and The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency to host the 38th Annual Fourth of July Celebration that will take place on the banks of the Tennessee River in Scottsboro, Alabama. The tradition continues with an evening of family fun and North Alabama’s largest free firework display. The fireworks will be held on Saturday, July 4th, 2020.

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McCamy seeks election for Scottsboro City Mayor

Born and raised in Scottsboro, Jim McCamy’s roots run deep. He raised all three of his children in Scottsboro, where they graduated from the public-school system.

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Dawe seeks election for Scottsboro City Council Place 1

In December of 1988, Ralph Dawe, a general contractor, and his family moved to Scottsboro from Hawaii.

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CASA has new name

CASA of Jackson County is pleased to announce we are reopening as AGING AT HOME SUPPORT for Jackson County Seniors on June 15th. We are getting back to our roots—serving the aging population of Jackson County. For now, our services will be limited to a telephone assurance program and building ramps for our seniors (age 60 or older). In the future we hope to include durable medical equipment, but that will depend on the community’s support.

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Stewart seeks re-election for Scottsboro City Council Place 2

Mr. Stewart was born in Anniston, Alabama. His family moved to Scottsboro when he was six weeks old. He graduated from Scottsboro High School and attended Northeast Alabama Community College where he earned an Associates in Science.

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