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Local man found dead inside vehicle in Collinsville parking lot

Collinsville Police Chief Rex Leath said there is “no evidence of foul play” after a man’s body was found in the parking lot of a Collinsvi… Read more



DeKalb Ambulance Service breaks ground on new station

County officials and representatives from the DeKalb Ambulance Service board came together last Wednesday afternoon, breaking ground on a n… Read more

COVID testing recommended before arriving on campus

The Alabama Department of Public Health is clarifying earlier statements that all Alabama college and universities will require students to… Read more

Fort Payne approves new poll workers

At its recent meeting, the Fort Payne City Council approved a resolution authorizing the appointment of election officials for the upcoming… Read more



A must see to believe brick and mortar downtown

DeKalb County can be credited for many things that sets it apart from other places. Read more


Non-profit is essential

Normal is defined as conforming to a standard. The standard by which businesses are now operating has been altered to conform with regulati… Read more

Reopening Rainsville

You have heard the old saying “It’s the little things that count”. Read more



Collinsville girls receive championship rings

Collinsville girls basketball players received their individual championship rings Saturday. Read more


Fort Payne hunts for new opponent after Athens cancels season opener

FORT PAYNE — The Fort Payne football team could receive a forfeit win in its season opener if it doesn't find a new opponent after Athens w… Read more


Fyffe’s defense best among all classes last year; team compiled highest winning percentage from 2010-19

After tallying 2019 football scoring leaders, the AHSAA confirmed Fyffe as the team that allowed its opponents the fewest number of points … Read more


Weed eating has come a long way since I was a boy

I have a confession to make. I’m a little ticked at Adam. What do you mean, “Adam who?” Read more

Citizen pleads for easier driver’s license process

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It’s the people of Sand Mountain who make it great

I’ve lived on Sand Mountain for over 20 years, and after living in several parts of the country, Sand Mountain is home. Lots of things give… Read more



Nellie Shankles

Mrs. Nellie Shankles age 78 of Rainsville, AL passed away on Saturday, August 8, 2020 at Collinsville Nursing Home. Funeral service will be… Read more


Raymond Edward Ringer

Mr. Raymond Edward Ringer was born on January 4, 1924 in Jacksonville, AL, to Raymond J. and Mary Ruth Chisolm Ringer. He was the eldest of… Read more


Raymond Edward Ringer

Mr. Raymond Edward Ringer was born on January 4, 1924 in Jacksonville, AL, to Raymond J. and Mary Ruth Chisolm Ringer. He was the eldest of… Read more



Slow the spread of COVID-19 to save lives

Marla Ballard: "Please wear your mask to slow down the spread of COVID-19. Our hospitals are packed and people who do not even have COVID are being affected." Read more


CASA and Toys for Tots drop-off location

Bruce’s Foodland is taking donations for Toys for Tots and CASA. CASA is accepting non-perishable foods, and Toys for Tots is asking for ne… Read more


Every Light a Prayer for Peace

The Fort Payne Garden Club and City of Fort Payne presented the 22nd Annual Every Light a Prayer for Peace program Tuesday at the DeKalb Th… Read more

Upcoming Events

Life Center Fellowship

Life Center Fellowship — an outreach of Minvale Baptist Church — meets at Minvale Life Center every… Read more


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