First State Bank is sponsoring a free Identity Theft and Cyber Security event on Sept. 9 at the DeKalb Theatre in downtown Fort Payne.
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A “Back to School” saturation operation was conducted last Tuesday by the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office, Sheriff’s Office Drug Task Force, state troopers and officers with the Henagar and Powell Police Departments.
State Rep. Nathaniel Ledbetter, R – Rainsville, on Monday announced almost $3.2 million in new funding is being made available for school security enhancements, technology upgrades, and other needs in DeKalb County and Fort Payne City Schools.
The DeKalb County Board of Education held a special called meeting Wednesday to accept the resignation of Leslie Garrard, bus driver at Crossville School (effective 8/5/19).
Regan McClung has been the Northeast Alabama Community College Theater Manager/Outreach Coordinator for the past 15 years. As the curtain closed on “Driving Miss Daisy,” the recent performance at the theater, the curtain also closed McClung’s role at the theater. McClung has accepted a new r…
Kindred Home Health of Fort Payne team members will be canvassing the counties throughout the month of August, distributing food collection bags and gathering donations for CASA of Jackson County and Upper Sand Mountain Parrish, two of many benefactors of Kindred at Home’s 15th Annual Food Drive.
During Tuesday’s DeKalb County Schools Board of Education meeting, Superintendent Jason Barnett announced DeKalb County Schools received a distinction of accreditation by the AdvancED Accreditation Commission.
Members of the DeKalb County Amateur Radio Club participated in the national Amateur Radio Field Day exercise, June 22 and 23, at the Jacksonville State University Canyon Center at Little River Canyon Preserve.
The DeKalb County Commission on Tuesday heard updates from Lucas Blankenship, director of Economic Development and Planning with the Top of Alabama Regional Council of Governments, on a Community Development Block Grant.
Crowe’s Meat Processing, one of the well-known, family-owned meat processing businesses in the area, has been operated by the Crowe family, of Henagar, for 40 years now.
DeKalb County has been chosen to receive $26,672 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the county.
Rodney and Becky Hammonds opened their original firework store, MaJiK Entertainment, at their home in Henagar in July of 2014. Since then, they have now opened a new, larger building and expanded their inventory exponentially.
Tuesday the DeKalb County Board of Education approved the AASB dues and the bid for the beverage rights for concessions and vending to Scottsboro Coca-Cola for five years.
During the weekend, the Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit seized a large amount of methamphetamine in several incidents, according to DeKalb County Sheriff Nick Welden.
The DeKalb County Public Library wrapped up its summer reading program on Friday. DeKalb County Circuit Clerk Todd Greeson read “The Tortoise and the Hare” to children, and nearly 100 guests were in attendance. Library staff dressed as characters from the book to participate with the children.
GADSDEN POST – A single-vehicle crash Saturday, June 29, has claimed the life of a Georgia man. James Harold Hillis, 61, of Silver Creek, Ga., was killed when the 1999 Mack tractor trailer he was driving ran off the roadway and struck a ditch before overturning and catching fire. Hillis was …
While recent rains were welcome, more than 34 percent of Alabama still faces abnormally dry or moderate drought conditions. This has many livestock producers worried about providing their animals with enough to eat and drink.
Two men are in jail in connection with an alleged kidnapping of another man. Jackson County Sheriff Chuck Phillips said a man contacted authorities and said he had been kidnapped before escaping.
The DeKalb County Board of Education members Monday gave thanks and showed their appreciation to Brenda Vaughn, of Ider, for her 44 years of dedication and service to transporting students to and from school.
The DeKalb County Commission presented the DeKalb County VFW Farmers Market board members with a $2,000 check last week for this year’s farmers market season. Farmers market manager Grady Dalton is pictured above, with other board members receiving the donation check from DeKalb County Commi…
The Alabama Department of Transportation advises motorists that construction began today on emergency bridge repairs at Interstate 59 and DeKalb County 140 at Sulphur Springs (Exit 239).
A 39-year tradition in DeKalb County continues with the return of the DeKalb County Farmers Market Tuesday at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Fairgrounds at 3 p.m.
The Alabama Department of Transportation advises motorists that the DeKalb County 140 bridge over Interstate 59 at Sulphur Springs (Exit 239), about 1.5 miles from the Georgia state line, was closed to the public after being damaged in a tractor-trailer crash this morning.
The DeKalb County Board members ended the last session for the school year Wednesday and gave thanks to all who attended and the faculty and staff of all the county schools.
The Evelyn Burrow Museum at Wallace State Community College is winding down an exhibition featuring the photographs of acclaimed Alabama photographer John Dersham.