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DeKalb County Hospital Association Board of Directors and executive staff unveiled the new DeKalb Ambulance Service station #4 in Rainsville on Friday. The new 5,000-square-foot station is located on McCurdy Ave. N along Hwy 75 and is said to provide enough space to house its wheelchair van …

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The Rainsville City Council held a budget workshop Monday night to discuss possible changes to the city’s fiscal year 2021-22 operating budget.

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The Rainsville City Council on Thursday heard from visitors with Family Services of North Alabama who discussed the services the organization offers across primarily DeKalb and Marshall Counties.

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For 16 years, Wes Hampton has been the Gaither Vocal Band’s tenor and is recognized for his clear, passionate voice and endearing, tender spirit. The Women’s Care Center is excited to present this free concert of praise and prayer, but a ticket is required for admission. The concert is Tuesd…

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The Rainsville City Council on Wednesday held a brief special called meeting to discuss applying for $50,000 in Homeland Security Grants for the Rainsville police and fire departments.

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The Rainsville City Council on Monday night approved maintenance to the city’s sewer lines from the north side of George Wallace Drive towards Alabama Highway 35.  

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The Cornerstone Christian Academy Electro Eagles earned fifth place last week in the Junior Beta National Convention Robotics Showcase held in Orlando, Florida June 29-July 2. The team (left) consists of Chance Carroll, Trey Stewart, Lake Richards, Isaiah Adams and Malachi Tuten.

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The City of Rainsville is gearing up for the kick-off to its annual Freedom Fest slated for next Saturday, June 26 starting at 1 p.m. at the Field of Dreams Sports Complex.

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The Rainsville Police Department arrested 26 people in the first seven days of May. Chief Michael Edmondson released the arrests in hopes to reiterate that “drug possession will not be tolerated in the City of Rainsville”.

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The Rainsville City Council on Monday held public hearings to discuss the rezoning of Ranch Road, Peaceful Acres subdivision and Britany Owens subdivision.

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Jerry Clifton and Pam Willingham celebrated 365 days of running in a row with a gathering of friends and fellow runners at Vintage 1885 on Tuesday morning. Clifton said the harshest conditions were a winter day when the wind chill was a single digit temperature and the wettest was during tor…

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Rainsville and Fort Payne will host events next Thursday in observance of The National Day of Prayer 2021 and all DeKalb County residents are invited to attend.

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A community memorial ceremony will be held at the DeKalb County Tornado Monument and Memorial and Serenity Gardens on April 24 beginning at 2 p.m.

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A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held last week for Beautifully Bronzed in Rainsville. Sandy Goff, Rene Haney , Rick Haney, Angie Bryan, Whitley Mitchell, Carrie Cory (Owner), Robert Ellis, Sydney Corey, Linda Samples, Ruth Dukes, Robyn Germany, Amie Reynolds. Beautifully Bronzed is located at …

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Wild Blue Boys Clothing & Accessories, located at 481 McCurdy Ave. N. in Rainsville (just North of Vicki’s Flowers) had their Ribbon Cutting  on Thursday, April 1. The boys clothing store has recently started adding some men’s clothing. Pictured at the event, from left to right, are Sand…

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The Rainsville Police Department recently announced the graduation of Sgt. Luke Yarbrough from the Huntsville Police Department Police K-9 Narcotics Scent Detection Academy and welcome K-9 Harley to the Rainsville Police Department. Sgt. Yarbrough and K-9 Harley has completed the six-week, 2…

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On Tuesday, March 9, the Tree City Board planted five Water Oaks at Plainview High School. This is a joint effort between the City of Rainsville Tree Board and the DeKalb County Board of Education.

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Nashville, Tenn. – Gresham Smith, an architecture, engineering and design firm providing full-service solutions for the built environment, announced this week that Chairman and CEO Al Pramuk will transition out of his CEO role at the end of the 2021 calendar year. Rodney Chester, the firm’s …

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Alabama’s annual initiative to promote a healthier lifestyle and develop positive habits, Scale Back Alabama, is kicking off its 15th year.