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The Rainsville City Council heard from Adam Lea of Ladd Environmental Consultants on Monday night, regarding the city Sidewalk TAP Program Project. 

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Alabama front man Randy Owen sings a song during the Fans Songwriters Showcase Spectacular on June 17 at Northeast Alabama Community College. Owen and band mate Teddy Gentry were joined by award-winning songwriters Jamey Johnson, Ronnie Rogers, Gordon Mote, and Frank J. Myers. The all-star m…

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A Rainsville native has been named CEO of Zona Facta Collective, a security company operating in several states.

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This year's Fan Appreciation Days kick off tomorrow evening at Northeast Alabama Community College and are scheduled to conclude on Sunday.

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After a two-year break caused by COVID-19, Teddy Gentry’s Singing With The Stars is returning on June 16 at 6 p.m. at the Tom Bevill Lyceum on the campus of Northeast Alabama Community College as part of Fan Appreciation Week. 

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Trouper the Mustang and Roscoe the dog pose beside a bronze sculpture unveiled Thursday on the campus of Northeast Alabama Community College. The statue took a year to create and was funded from a portion of soft drink machine sales, according to NACC President David Campbell, joined by Heat…

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The Rainsville City Council held a groundbreaking ceremony on Tuesday for the upcoming state road project turning lane off Hwy 75 between Cornerstone Christian Academy and the Northeast Agribusiness Center. Pictured from left to right, are Rainsville City Council members Arlan "Monk'' Blevin…

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Trouper the Mustang and Roscoe the dog pose beside a bronze sculpture unveiled Thursday on the campus of Northeast Alabama Community College. The statue took a year to create and was funded from a portion of soft drink machine sales, according to NACC President David Campbell, joined by Heat…

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The City of Rainsville held a State of the City address Monday night in the council chambers to discuss the progress and growth of the city. 

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Students at Northeast Alabama Community College (NACC) know that a constant presence on the campus is Roscoe, a stray dog who has become a mascot. The official mascot in sporting programs, however, has always been a Mustang. Now the two creatures are set to be celebrated with the long-awaite…

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The Rainsville City Council on Monday heard an update from Rainsville's Code Enforcement and Revenue Officer Sandy Little on the unsafe structure ordinance efforts. 

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The Northeast Alabama Adult Education Program holds an Adult Education Graduation in May every year, but this year’s event will be extra special. 

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Northeast Alabama Community College announced a $25 million project to construct 50,000-square-foot advanced technology Workforce Development Center on the campus in Rainsville.

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The Rainsville City Council on Monday night approved an expansion to the stage utilized for the annual Freedom Fest located at the Field of Dreams Sports Complex.

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The Rainsville City Council formally honored House Majority Leader Nathaniel Ledbetter with his own “Ledbetter DR” sign commemorating the street named after him during Monday night's work session.

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The Alabama Ballet is returning to Northeast Alabama this evening for a one-night performance of “Blue Suede Shoes”. The performance will mark the company’s 15th year performing at Northeast Alabama Community College (NACC).

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One graduating senior from each of the nine high schools choosing to participate in the DAR Good Citizen Contest sponsored by the Phillip Hamman Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution in DeKalb County will be honored Feb. 15 during a reception to be held at Hunt Hall in Fort Payne. The overall winner for DeKalb County will be announced during the event.

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Republican candidate for governor of Alabama, Lindy Blanchard, visited DeKalb County on Jan. 24, making campaign stops at Kelly’s Kitchen in Rainsville, Sylvania Drugs and the DeKalb County Courthouse in Fort Payne.

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A DeKalb County inmate walked off the work release site Monday morning at the DeKalb County Schools Coliseum in Rainsville.

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The Rainsville City Council on Monday night heard an update from Councilman Brandon Freeman on the PBR Bull Bash event at the Northeast Alabama Agri-Business Center.

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The Rainsville City Council on Thursday heard from Recovery Organization of Support Specialist (R.O.S.S) Director of Marketing Mark Litvine, who spoke on the many services the organization offers.

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The National Weather Service in Huntsville last Friday confirmed an EF1 tornado touched down in DeKalb County on Wednesday as severe storms moved through the Tennessee Valley.

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Last Thursday, dozens of volunteers gathered at the Northeast Alabama Agribusiness Center in Rainsville to distribute more than 1,000 meals to families this Christmas. The bags held enough food to feed a family of eight. Twin City Used Cars and Cattle Stampede Steakhouse in Fort Payne and th…

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The Rainsville Police Department held its Christmas party Thursday night at the Tom Bevill Enrichment Center. Food was catered by Amy from NEACC and Santa Claus made an appearance. Above, Police Chief Michael Edmondson presents Daphne Godwin with the Employee of the Year award for her 30 yea…

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The DeKalb County Commission on Tuesday heard an update from DeKalb County Road Department Superintendent Tom Broyles.

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Patterson Realty LLC held a ribbon cutting Dec. 1. Pictured, from left to right, are Sandy Goff, Ruth Hill, Tara Wilkerson, Kennedy Traylor, Tracy Ferguson, Rheta Patterson, Ronald Patterson, Ethan Patterson, Craig Patterson, Owner, Ethan Patterson, Amber Patterson, Mayor Rodger Lingerfelt, …

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Get ready to get your ice skates on as Rainsville and Fort Payne prepare for events as part of holiday festivities.

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Rainsville Police Department Investigators, working with DeKalb County DHR, arrested Teah Gabrielle Holland of Fyffe on Nov. 3, 2021, on one count of Torture/Willful Abuse of a Child.