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While attending the Saturday, Aug. 21 Collinsville baseball fundraiser, State Representative Becky Nordgren presented Collinsville baseball coaches with funds to help support the baseball program. 

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In an effort to bring more education to the community, Tigers for Tomorrow is partnering with Amazing Exotics every second week of May through October. On Friday through Sunday, the park will be hosting a variety of encounters, educational experiences and talks.

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A Rainsville man was struck by a train in Collinsville over the weekend. Mark Dudley Hixon, 53, of Rainsville, Al was pronounced dead at the scene on Saturday.

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The Town of Collinsville honored the late Clark W. McClain, of Collinsville, Monday evening with the dedication of the Clark McClain Memorial Bridge along Alabama Highway 68.

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Nursing homes across the nation have been severely impacted by COVID-19, with outbreaks causing high rates of infection, morbidity and mortality. Collinsville Healthcare and Rehab has had five confirmed cases of COVID-19, none of them residents, according to facility administrator, James Coker.

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Twins Roy Harvey and June Faulkner recently celebrated their 89th birthday. They were born Jan. 20, 1931. They both currently reside at the Collinsville Nursing Home. 

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DeKalb County Commission President Ricky Harcrow recognized local law enforcement during a Thursday ceremony in honor of National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.

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Deputies of the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office apprehended a Boaz man on the run from police and located a missing child in Collinsville.

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The Collinsville Public Library is set to host guests Gary W. McCurdy and Tammy Beane as part of the library's free historic event on Nov. 16.

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Supporting Home-schoolers In Neighborhoods Everywhere, or SHINE, is a home-school support group located in Centre, Alabama. The group is made up of a network of families from the surrounding counties who have made the similar decision to take their child’s education into their own hands. SHI…

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The Collinsville Historical Association is sponsoring an Alabama Bicentennial Event on Sept. 23 at The Cricket Theatre on Main Street in historic downtown Collinsville.

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Last Thursday night, deputies and agents with the sheriff’s office Narcotics and Criminal Interdiction Unit assisted the Collinsville Police Department with a saturation operation in the city limits of Collinsville.

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COLLINSVILLE – The Collinsville Panthers moved to 2-0 and celebrated their 100th season’s home opener with a 40-13 win over the Crossville Lions on Friday.

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Collinsville kicks off the 2019 football season with its 100th year of high school football as the oldest team in DeKalb County.

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The town of Collinsville has announced two events coming to town in July, both sponsored in part by Auburn University, the Collinsville Historical Association, and the Collinsville Public Library.

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Collinsville Public Library is proud to present its fourth annual 5K Challenge on June 8 at Historic Main Street Collinsville.

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Collinsville said goodbye to their long serving police chief, Gary Bowen, after 40 years of service.

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The Collinsville Public Library, located at 151 Main Street in Collinsville, has one of the most up to date collections of DVDs for our patrons’ enjoyment in the county. We have a large selection of family DVDs, animated DVDs and TV series DVDs.

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In 1912, the owner’s son of a general store in Collinsville started the Turkey Trot as a promotional event for the store to draw people into town to help the store. Over a century later, that tradition has since been passed on to the Collinsville Historical Association.

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The Patsy Pull: Pullin’ For a Cure will hold its second event to raise money for breast cancer research.

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Peggy Wright has retired after serving as the Collinsville city clerk for 37 years. During which time she also served as the municipal court clerk.