The Geraldine Town Council welcomed their newest councilmember Monday night.
Geraldine High School Seniors on Friday held a balloon release in memory of deceased classmate, Koy Spears. Spears was reported missing more than two weeks ago, and the 18-year-old’s body was recently discovered by fishermen at South Sauty Creek.
Dr. David Campbell, President of Northeast Alabama Community College, is pleased to announce that 159 students made the President’s and Dean’s lists during the summer semester.
Alabama farmers set aside concerns about prices and weather to focus on learning and fellowship at the Alabama Farmers Federation’s 46th Commodity Producers Conference Aug. 2-4 in Montgomery.
Anyone looking for a quick cup of coffee and a tasty bite to eat, can use their cellphone to order ahead and make a pit stop at The Frothy Dog, Geraldine’s new coffee shop.
JACKSONVILLE – The Geraldine Lady Bulldogs were proud to make their first regional semifinals appearance in 10 years Saturday, but couldn’t pull off the upset win they needed to keep their season alive against the No. 2-ranked Pisgah Lady Eagles.
JACKSONVILLE – Class 3A’s top-ranked Plainview Bears made quick work of the Geraldine Bulldogs and ran away with an 89-55 win in an early-morning matchup in Saturday’s 3A Northeast Regional Semifinals.
One graduating senior from each of the 10 high schools in DeKalb County will be honored Feb. 20 during a reception to be held in Fort Payne.
An investigation into a potential human trafficking case of a minor led the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office investigators, deputies, Drug and Major Crimes Unit and district attorney investigators to find multiple marijuana grows and nearly 200 plants.
Earlier this month, local legislators donated $15,000 to the town of Geraldine to purchase new lights at the walking track and Senior Center, and the town of Geraldine hired a new police chief.
Geraldine High School Student Government Association hosted the 50th annual Veterans Day Program on Thursday in the gymnasium. Veterans from around the county were recognized for their service.
Sylvania and Geraldine High School band members will grace our nation’s capitol with patriotic tunes next year when the two bands travel to Washington, D.C. for a joint performance Oct. 6.