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The Rainsville City Council on Monday discussed plans with Veterans Board Chair Kayron Guffey to expand the Rainsville Veterans Memorial.

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Marked for Life Ministries recently thanked the community for its support of the organization’s Baskets of Blessings program. Pictured, above, are Cornerstone Christian Academy students with their recent donations. For more information on Marked for Life, visit https://www.iammarkedforlife.c…

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Noah White tossed three touchdown passes — two to Andrew Hall — and Dylan McCullough ran for two scores as the Plainview Bears raced past the Glencoe Yellow Jackets 49-13 in Rainsville on Friday night.

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Embracing the spooky spirit, the City of Rainsville is gearing up for the Rainsville Spook-Tacular slated for Saturday, Oct. 30, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the City Park.

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Rainsville Technology, Inc is gearing up to host its annual 5K and Fun Run, also known as The Great Pumpkin Run, benefiting the DeKalb County Children’s Advocacy Center Saturday, Oct. 23.

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Cornerstone Christian Academy toppled Victory Christian (Miss.) 49-14 at Rodeo Field in Rainsville on Friday night. Pictured, at left, Lucas Hale (8) carries the ball during the first half, avoiding a host of Victory Christian defenders. Further game details were not available before The Tim…

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas (and Halloween and Thanksgiving) thanks to the Fort Payne and Rainsville Chambers of Commerce. Both of these organizations recently announced special new plans that include:

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The Rainsville City Council during Monday night’s work session heard from engineer James Payton of Ladd Engineering regarding an easement allowing the city to expand the sewer line 200 feet.

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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…