by Martha Smith
From the time Krystina Jackson was in the first grade, she knew she wanted to be a lawyer. The oldest of four siblings and coming from a long line of public servants, she wanted to follow in their footsteps of leaving the world just a little better than how they found it, but she had to do it in a way that made sense for her.
At the last Scottsboro City Council meeting held on Monday, October 5, 2020, the council voted to approve the funds for a hotel feasibility study for downtown Scottsboro.
Mazie Aldrich was a fierce advocate against domestic violence. In the following article, her passion comes through with that resilient reason that she could just convey with her writing. Today, on her birthday, as we ready to go to press, we’re republishing her article to kick off 2020’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month, because no one could say it quite like Mazie, and in this way, we can still be her voice.
Scottsboro City Council approved two requests from White Development Company to allow for two projects at the last City Council meeting held on Monday, September 28, 2020.
Over two years ago, a search began for a United States Army helicopter to be included as a display piece at the Veterans Memorial Park of Jackson County (VMPJC).