The City of Fort Payne this week announced the headlining musical acts for this year’s Boom … Read more
Last Friday, local co-authors Gerald and Lamesa Bowman, along with family, friends and patrons, gathered for the unveiling of Simon the Weenie Dog sign at the corner of 1st Street North and Gault Avenue in downtown Fort Payne.
Following the 19-0 start to their season and a third-round appearance in the AHSAA Class 3A state baseball playoffs, the Fyffe Red Devils had two players receive all-state recognition this weekend.
A new business is coming to downtown Fort Payne. Red Boat Farm plans to open a Meal & Market on First Street by the end of summer. The new business will be in what was once the Blue Moon Café at 111 First Street West. David and Stacey Perea were the owners of the Blue Moon Café and still…
- Meal and Market business coming to downtown Fort Payne
- Rainsville to change utility rates after more than 15 years
- Champion Bears take command of all-county squad
- Alabama Scenic River Trail seeks to establish new campgrounds along DeKalb waterways
- DeKalb County Community Calendar: June 12 - August 8
- Rainsville police end drug operation, arrest man involved with terrorist organization
- DeKalb County Revenue Commission to open Rainsville Annex twice a week
- DeKalb Sports Hall of Fame inducts Class of 2020
- Ider assembles boys basketball play date
- Bluegrass on the Rim returns to Little River Canyon Center
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