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The Town of Valley Head will present its third-annual Memories of Mayberry festival on June 1 at the Valley Head Town Square and Valley Head Volunteer Fire Department.

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Kathy Roberton, of Valley Head, was diagnosed with a hormone receptor-positive tumor last January.

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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.

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The city of Valley Head will be hosting their free “Memories of Mayberry Festival” on June 2 in the downtown streets and surrounding areas. The day will be filled with events and character meet-and-greets that are intended to remind residents of a “simpler time.” The contests make reference …

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After a near-fatal four-wheeler accident in May 2017, Ethan Blevins, of Valley Head, made a remarkable recovery and lived to celebrate the one-year anniversary of his survival Monday.

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The 10th annual Race to Embrace was held at the Fort Payne High School football stadium on Friday.

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Ad valorem renewal was an important topic discussed in the monthly DeKalb County Board of Education’s regular meeting.

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The Arbor Day Foundation named the town of Valley Head a 2017 Tree City U.S.A. community due to their dedication to the management of urban forestry management.

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A pair of county roads in Valley Head will soon get repaved thanks to a grant awarded to the DeKalb County Commission last week.

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Long-time DeKalb County Schools employee and current Valley Head principal, Bill Monroe, is officially retiring from education.

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The Valley Head Women’s Club will hold its annual Bake Sale and Bazaar on Saturday, beginning at 9 a.m. All sales go to benefit Valley Head High School students.

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The Valley Head Women’s Club hosts its annual Bake Sale and Bazaar at White Hall United Methodist Church on Highway 11 —just into Hammondville city limits from Fort Payne — Saturday beginning at 9 a.m. and it will run until the baked goods and other goodies are gone.

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The Valley Head Women’s Club hosts its annual Bake Sale and Bazaar at White Hall United Methodist Church on Highway 11 —just into Hammondville city limits from Fort Payne — Saturday beginning at 9 a.m. and it will run until the baked goods and other goodies are gone. 

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The town of Valley Head has planned a night of spooky activities Oct. 31 for a town-wide Halloween celebration.