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Monday, April 26, 2010

Madison County Tax Assessor:

Need to appeal your Madison County Property Tax Assessment?

Click on the "Read More" button to go to the Madison County Assessment & Appraisal Link to view your appraisal information. Once you get to the page you will see a form. Most people can simply fill in the "Name" field to get their information. PLEASE NOTE YOU MUST PLACE YOUR 'Last Name' first in the form field. Click on the image below to see an example of the information that will be provided.    


Reference: Madison County Tax Assessor


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Appraised value of all property in Madison County climbs to $27.7 billion

"... The appraised value of all property in Madison County is more than $27.7 billion, up 2 percent from $27.2 billion in 2009...."    


Reference: blog.al.com

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Friday, April 23, 2010

Severe Weather Expected in the Maysville, Ryland, and Gurley, Alabama Area

Severe Weather Expected Saturday in the Maysville and Ryland Areas

"...National Weather Service experts say Saturday could bring tornadoes to Madison County. If severe weather develops, it'll be sure to put a damper on the festival in downtown Huntsville. "Should there be a tornado warning or watch, we will actually shut down the festival for that period. And, in the event of a thunderstorm warning, we will also shut down the festival," said Arts Council President Allison Dillon-Jauken..."

Reference: www.whnt.com .

Frank B. Gurley - The Heroic Alabama Captain

"... He recruited a handful of men (named "The Immortal Seven"). In the summer Gurley's unit went searching for his old command, the Kelly Rangers. With his men and another Confederate officer Gurley fought the Yankees occupying northern Alabama. He learned about a Union transport on the Limestone and Winchester road but found the entire infantry brigade of Brig. General Robert L. McCook, a lawyer turned soldier from Ohio. ..."    

Reference: www.southernmessenger.org ξ

fund planned in memory of 8-year-old killed in accident

Lawnmower Accident Update

"... A memorial fund has been set up to help the family cover medical and funeral expenses. Donations can be made to the John D Malone for Shane Malone Memorial Fund at any Huntsville-area BB&T bank...."    

Reference: www.waff.com
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Thursday, April 22, 2010

Central School mourns 3rd grader killed by lawn mower blade



"... GURLEY, AL (WAFF) - 3rd grader and 8-year-old, Shane Malone was killed Tuesday by lawn mower blade at his home near Powell Street and Anna Kathryn Drive in Gurley...."
   



Reference: www.wsfa.com

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Thursday, April 15, 2010

Robber Shoots Co-Owner Of Pizza Restaurant In Gurley



"... Donnie Berry, one of the owners, was leaving the back of the restaurant when someone robbed and shot him in the chest...."
   



Reference: www.whnt.com

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2nd Tax Day Tea Party set to draw crowd

"... will last from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday in the parking lot across from the Clinton Avenue Post Office - will focus on the group's four core principles: fiscal responsibility, limited government, individual liberties..."
   



Reference: www.al.com

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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Two die in Highway 72 accident in Gurley



"... Two people were killed Tuesday night in a head on-crash on Highway 72 near Rock Cut Road.
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Reference: blog.al.com

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Sunday, April 11, 2010

Accident at Highway 72 and Moores Mill


Huntsville police are presently on the scene of an accident at Highway 72 and Moores Mill. The accident involves an overturned vehicle [click photo to enlarge] at the intersection. Fire and Rescue are on the scene as well.
   

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Saturday, April 10, 2010

Huntsville Man Killed in Motorcycle Accident




"...was fatally injured at the intersection of U.S. 72 and Epworth Drive in northeast Huntsville. No other vehicles were involved ..."
   


Reference: blog.al.com

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