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Alabama Governor Kay Ivey has announced that Alabama schools will not re-open for the remainder of the school year due to health concerns caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. School districts will provide multiple instructional delivery options to complete critical core academic standards while …

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The Alabama Department of Revenue would like to remind taxpayers to be vigilant about protecting their personal and financial information. Scammers and fraudsters take advantage of honest taxpayers through calls to action using phishing emails and other methods seeking this type of informati…

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Governor Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Revenue announced Monday that the state income tax filing due date is extended from April 15, 2020, to July 15, 2020.

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The Alabama State House of Representatives advanced last week a five measure package of bills intended to expand and improve the mental health services available to Alabama citizens.

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The American Red Cross strongly urges healthy, eligible individuals who are feeling well to give blood or platelets to help maintain a sufficient blood supply and prevent shortages as concerns about the outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019, or COVID-19, rise in the U.S.

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Fort Payne, Alabama – DTPM, Inc. is proud to announce the development of a novel test for COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2), also known as the Wuhan Coronavirus. DTPM is a nationwide provider of laboratory products, services, and solutions partnering with laboratories since 1993 to provide instrumentati…

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MONTGOMERY – Governor Kay Ivey on Friday announced the formation of a Coronavirus (COVID-19) Task Force of cabinet and state agency officials, as well as disease specialists in an abundance of caution. The task force held its initial discussion Friday morning.

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Last week the Rainsville Mayor Roger Lingerfelt and Councilmen Bejan Taheri, Ricky Byrum and Derek Rosson traveled to Montgomery to promote the City of Rainsville and its future improvements.

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Northeast Alabama Community College (NACC) students Amy Hamilton (welder), John Headrick (machinist), and Ryan Rogers (designer) recently earned first place in the Project Manufacturing (Project MFG) state competition, held in Auburn, AL.

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Significant influenza activity has been detected in Alabama, with one-in-11 individuals reportedly visiting their doctor for flu-like symptoms, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health. Those symptoms include dry cough, sore throat, headache, extreme tiredness, runny or stuffy no…

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A new car insurance law in Alabama will allow more leniency if you are pulled over and caught driving without mandatory liability insurance.

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Northeast Alabama Community College NACC will offer the Google IT Support Professional Certificate starting in January. This certificate serves as a credential that can be used on the pathway to acquire a job as a Computer Specialist, a field in which there are an estimated 215,000 openings …

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MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Drivers planning to be on Alabama roads during the Christmas and New Year’s holidays should expect increased traffic and allow extra time to reach their destination. For the safety of the traveling public and ALDOT construction and maintenance crews, there will be no tempo…

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NASHVILLE, Tenn.– The Tennessee Valley Authority, in partnership with Bicentennial Volunteers Incorporated, a TVA retiree organization, announced this week the award of $600,000 in grants to educators in public schools to develop science, technology, engineering, and math education projects …

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Marching band members from various DeKalb County Schools represented the county at the Alabama Bicentennial Parade in downtown Montgomery last Saturday.

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Northeast Alabama Community College is proud to be hosting the performance of Romeo + Juliet by the world renowned Alabama Ballet on Feb. 14 at 7 p.m. in the Tom Bevill Lyceum. This will be the 14th year the Alabama Ballet will be performing for Northeast.

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Santa Dash is set to kick off the Fort Payne Christmas Parade on Dec. 9, through downtown Fort Payne.

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The Candy Cane Lane trees have arrived in the Alabama Walking Park and are being decorated by sponsors ahead of the city’s Christmas in the Park festivities tomorrow evening. Members of the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department showed up to add their solar-powered Christmas lights and ornaments…

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IDER, Ala. – For 60 years, the Valley Head Saddlery LLC has carried on the proud tradition of manufacturing, selling and repairing saddles. They’ve adapted to a number of challenges during those six decades.

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MONTGOMERY – Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded $18.7 million in grants for improvements in 58 Alabama communities. The funds from the Community Development Block Grant program will enable communities to provide water, improve roads and sewage systems, construct public community buildings and remove blight.

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Alabama Governor Kay Ivey visited DeKalb County Friday morning, addressing a crowd at the Little River Canyon Center. Dec. 14 marks the grand finale of the state’s three-year bicentennial commemoration. Ivey was proud to declare that excitement about this milestone had spread “to every corne…

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A group of Fort Payne High School JROTC cadets took part in efforts to make the holiday season brighter for families in DeKalb County by assisting with the Marine Toys for Tots.