After ending Fyffe’s 51-game winning streak a week ago, the Geraldine Bulldogs returned to the field Friday night with a dominating 63-20 victory against Collinsville.
Pictured above are Geraldine High School students from educator Ben Johnson’s class who recently participated in the campus Agricultural Safety Program.
A resolution honoring Geraldine resident Tim Nugent was adopted by the Town Council at Monday’s regular council meeting. Officer Nugent recently received the Regional Exceptional Service Award from The National Association of School Resource Officers.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Saturday at the new Family Dollar and Dollar Tree, located at the corner of Highway 75 and Highway 227 in Geraldine. Geraldine Mayor Chuck Ables and Store Manager Kelsey Dieffenbach welcomed customers. Pictured, from left to right, are Katie Mitchell, Sydne…
Whether it’s court fees, library fees or utility bills, collecting outstanding debt isn’t always easy, which is why the Town of Geraldine decided during a council meeting Monday night to utilize Municipal Intercept Services (MIS).
Bria Cecil Moses, of Crossville, was awarded first place in the 2020 Alabama Public Television Young Writers Contest in the second-grade division for her book “Anna’s Alliteration Adventure.”
The Geraldine Town Council used the video conferencing app Zoom to hold its regularly scheduled council meeting last week, passing an ordinance to get in front of a statewide bill that would set regulations for cities statewide as a 5G network infrastructure is built.
The Geraldine Town Council voted 5-1 to terminate the employment of the town’s assistant police chief, Jeff Buckles. Councilman Terry Harris was the sole vote against firing the officer.
The Geraldine Town Council plans to meet Tuesday night and vote on what actions to take with the assistant police chief, who was suspended with pay last month for posting provocative comments on Facebook.
The Geraldine Town Hall was packed Tuesday evening as citizens and media came to see a due process hearing for Assistant Police Chief Jeff Buckles. He was placed on administrative leave earlier this month after posting a comment on Facebook that some interpreted as menacing to Democrats. The…
The Geraldine Town Council passed a resolution Tuesday setting salaries for the mayor and council for the next term, which will be voted on in August.
Neal Johnson, a United States Air Force veteran, was the guest speaker at The Geraldine High School Veterans Day program Thursday. Johnson addressed a gym filled with students, veterans and their guests during the program. Johnson said his time in the service was not “an exciting time,” but …
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.