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Possibility Of Snow Friday Into Saturday

January 21, 2016

TENNESSEE VALLEY-The National Weather Service in Huntsville has forecast rain for Thursday, January 21 turning into snow later in the day and into the night. “Two events in store over the next 48 hours.   First, widespread showers, with scattered thunderstorms, will move into the TN Valley this afternoon and continue through the overnight hours. […]


UPDATE: Winter Weather Still In Forecast

January 20, 2016

TENNESSEE VALLEY-The National Weather Service Winter Storm Alert as of Wednesday, January 20 at 5:08 A.M. A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect for parts of the area until noon today. We are actively monitoring the current weather situation as a change in temperatures of just 1 degree can quickly change the precipitation type (see […]


Delays and Closing Due To Possible Winter Weather For January 20

January 20, 2016

TENNESSEE VALLEY-Due to the possibility of a winter storm due to arrive in the area over the next 48 hours there have been some delays and closings: Schools and Daycare Centers:  Albertville City Schools will operate on their normal schedule Athens Bible School – Open at 11 a.m. Athens State-Open at 9:30 a.m. Bethlehem Christian […]


Wilson Dam Closed Through Monday

January 19, 2016

FLORENCE-TVA has closed the road over Wilson Dam beginning tonight, Tuesday, January 19 through Monday, January 25. Public Relations Manager Jim Hopson said the closing is precautionary due to the forecast for hazardous weather and sub-freezing temps tonight and early tomorrow morning. The National Weather Service is calling for some sleet and snow off and […]


Update On Possible Wintery Weather For Wednesday January 20

January 19, 2016

TENNESSEE VALLEY- Possible winter weather update for The Valley from The National Weather Service in Huntsville: “PATCHY TO SCATTERED LIGHT SLEET AND FREEZING RAIN WILL BECOME MORE WIDESPREAD DURING THE MORNING HOURS OF WEDNESDAY BEFORE CHANGING TO RAIN BY MIDDAY. A TRACE OF ICE OR SLEET IS POSSIBLE IN THESE AREAS WHICH COULD LEAD TO ISOLATED […]


Winter Weather Advisory For Wednesday

January 19, 2016

TENNESSEE VALLEY-The Tennessee Valley is bracing for the first winter storm of the season. “A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from 3 AM to Noon on Wednesday. Precipitation will overspread the region from west to east starting as snow or sleet…transitioning to all sleet…then freezing rain and eventually to all rain by the early […]


Kmart Florence Closing….Muscle Shoals Store To Remain Open

January 18, 2016

FLORENCE-If you have been in the Kmart in Florence since Tuesday, January 12 you would have notice a lot of mark-down signs.  This Kmart is among some of the Kmarts throughout the country that are closing.   The Florence Kmart, according to a Store Liquidator from Kmart Corporate, who asked to remain anonymous, will be closing the doors […]


Limestone County Arrest Two Suspects And Seize Over 50 Meth Labs

January 15, 2016

LIMESTONE COUNTY-On Friday, January 15 the Limestone County Sheriff’s Office released a statement regarding the arrest of two suspects arrested for possession of over 50 meth labs: “LCSO investigators arrested Stanley Scott, 29, and Dustie George, 23, last night after they found over 50 meth labs and a stolen gun inside the couple’s house, where […]


TVA Hosts Open House on Coal Combustion Products Disposal at Colbert Wednesday January 20

January 15, 2016

TUSCUMBIA–  TVA is hosting an information open house to receive comments from the public about options for disposal of ash and other coal combustion products at its Colbert Fossil Plant. The public is invited to express their ideas on disposal of coal combustion products at the Colbert Fossil Plant. The open house will take place Wednesday, […]


Mississippi Hills National Heritage Area Names New Executive Director

January 12, 2016

TUPELO-The Natchez Trace Parkway joined  park partner, the Mississippi Hills National Heritage Area, in the announcement of the new Executive Director of the Mississippi Hills Heritage Area Alliance, Mary Cates Williams. National Heritage Areas are designated by Congress as places where natural, cultural, and historic resources combine to form a cohesive, nationally important landscape. The […]


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