County officials and representatives from the DeKalb Ambulance Service board came together last Wednesday afternoon, breaking ground on a new DeKalb Ambulance Service Station #4 in Rainsville.
Last fall, Lori Bible, her husband, Christopher, and 14-year-old son, Barrett, began to plan for a new family addition. They had successfully adopted a dog in previous years, who had since passed away, and knew it was time to welcome another pet into their home.
The Fort Payne Board of Education will vote on the name of the new school at its June 25 meeting. Here's your opportunity to give them your opinion on possible names suggested by school system employees.
- DeKalb Ambulance Service breaks ground on new station
- Nellie Shankles
- Fort Payne hunts for new opponent after Athens cancels season opener
- NACC students may be eligible for more financial aid due to COVID-19 pandemic
- Joyce Jenkins Kirby
- COVID-19 challenging hospitals
- 2020 Census deadline moved up
- Ken Mayo announces candidacy for Fort Payne City Council
- Fort Payne approves new poll workers
- Nursing homes containing COVID-19 outbreaks