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 Honoring those who care in your community

Many people in our communities go above and beyond every single day.
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  Decatur Morgan Hospital’s COVID-19 death rate continues to rise

Decatur Morgan Hospital President Kelli Powers says the decrease in numbers is not because there are patients being released, but due to many deaths.
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  Using winter break as a mental reset

Students, parents, and school staff should use this winter break as a chance to give their brain a break and reset for the new year.
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Fighting Hunger with Blessing Bags in Marshall County

Hunger impacts everyone, even more so this year. Help students in Marshall County fight hunger by donating to the Blessing Bags campaign
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Alabama couple to quietly mark 73rd wedding anniversary

These lifelong residents of Greenville have lived in the same house the entirety of their marriage, a quiet event that, on this upcoming Monday, will have started 26,664 days ago.
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Children’s of Alabama patients get to pick out a tree, decorations at the Tree Farm

Following COVID-19 masking, sanitizing and social distancing guidelines, patients stopped by the tree farm one-by-one throughout the day to pick out their own tree, lights and ornaments.
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Free COVID testing and Flu vaccines in Huntsville

HAPPI Health is offering drive-thru COVID testing and Flu vaccines at two different locations in Huntsville. Oh yea, they're also free!
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  A focus on teens during National Adoption Month

November is National Adoption Month, and while it’s common for prospective parents to want to adopt a child from birth, there are also many rewards that come with adopting a teen.
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  Coats and Cans Drive to benefit children in North Alabama

On Thursday and Friday, the drive will be at the Exchange at Redstone Arsenal. On Saturday and Sunday, the drive will be at the Walmart on Madison Boulevard.
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  Shoals woman on a mission to raise awareness about domestic violence

Did you know close to 30 percent of men and women in Alabama experience domestic violence? One woman in the Shoals is bringing attention to the high number.
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  Decatur buildings to become more accessible for those with disabilities

According to our news partners at The Decatur Daily, a recent report showed the Decatur had several facilities that were not in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, so city leaders have hired a consultant to renovate the spaces and make them more accessible.

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Gov. Ivey announces grant to help refurbish Pisgah water tank

This grant will help the town refurbish an aging water tank and improve public safety.