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Ladies, and gentlemen, we have to be proactive when it comes to our health.

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I knew nothing about journalism when I first started working here at the Times-Journal. One morning in March, Tricia and Bradley interviewed me and despite my lack of experience, the two of them decided to go out on a limb and hire me.

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On Saturday, the Fort Payne Police Department and Wills Town Rats have a special “bike night” event to help raise money for Dade County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Maj. Tommy Bradford.

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BIRMINGHAM– U.S. Senator Doug Jones today praised the decision by the International Trade Commission (ITC) to halt harmful tariffs on newsprint from Canada imposed by the Trump Administration earlier this year. Senator Jones has consistently fought against these tariffs due to the significan…

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In the April 6, 1988 edition of the Times-Journal, the Fort Payne High School Key Club, Future Farmers of America and Students Against Driving Drunk, held a poster contest promoting seatbelt safety in the community. 

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I usually don’t choose to voluntarily scare myself, but you just got to indulge every now and then.

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With the announcement of headlining acts earlier this week, we are officially in Boom Days mode here in Fort Payne and at the Times-Journal.

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If there’s something Alabama voters can count on during campaign season, it’s the inevitable bombshell that has nothing to do with the actual business of governing.

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The Times-Journal hosted its annual event recognizing DeKalb County’s top leaders on Tuesday night at Vintage 1889.

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Listed to your left is a sample ballot for the June 5 primary vote in regard to special election school tax renewals. 

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I got a strange call Thursday morning. You know that feeling when you hear something and it doesn’t quite register at first? It was one of those moments.

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The Times-Journal is working with the Fort Payne Rotary Club to host a forum for candidates for the Ninth Judicial Circuit Court Judge seat on May 8.

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You’ve read articles in the Times-Journal, editorials and letters about the importance of these taxes and how necessary they are for all of our schools’ operations. We will be running the ballot in the weeks leading up to the election. We at the Times-Journal ask that you vote in favor of th…

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Alabama voters will go to the polls on June 5 to cast votes in the Republican and Democratic primaries, with the winners squaring off in the Nov. 6 general election.

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This month we have run several things in the paper about cleaning up DeKalb County and voting ‘yes’ to the ad valorem tax to help our schools.

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Friday was the best day of the year for the Times-Journal. The Optimist Club hosted the 10th Annual Race to Embrace event Friday at Fort Payne High School.

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It would be difficult to find a group of people that loves animals more than the Times-Journal. Inside today, we have run a full page of animals that need to be adopted at the DeKalb County Animal Adoption Center.

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Today is officially the Times-Journal’s last daily edition. The T-J will pick up on Saturday and into next week with its new three-day print cycle.

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The Times-Journal is a pet’s paradise — it’s more than 20 people who will play fetch for hours on end if your pup so desires. So, we feel like it’s important to spread the word about the pet problems we have in this county. You may have seen in yesterday’s paper, but in 2016 alone, 2,932 ani…

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Luther Strange could have been campaigning for U.S. Senate as Big Luther Strange, Champion of the People.

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The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office ended a six-month drug investigation recently with the arrest of three family members Michael Pedro Andres and Pedro Pascual Andres and Pedro G. Andres.

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There are times when wording can get confusing, and it’s important to make certain issues clear, especially when we’re dealing with the issue of taxes.

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Before the United States came into existence, there were 13 colonies bound under the rule of a king. 

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Little River is “very unforgiving” — that’s what Little River Canyon National Preserve Superintendent Steve Black told the Times-Journal just a few weeks ago.  

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A total of 60 Collinsville students recently participated in the school’s first-ever summer program.

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Last week, the Alabama State Board of Education voted to do away with its ACT Aspire test. The vote was unanimous. 

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The logging ordinance issue is one that was drawn out for months in the city of Fort Payne before the council came to a resolution in April.

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On Tuesday night, hundreds of cancer survivors entered through the doors of First United Methodist Church to share in food, fellowship and celebration.

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I can’t let Father’s Day go by and not write something about my dad.

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If you watch enough TV news, then you can start to despise politicians.

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It’s been an amazing journey so far watching our area teams make their way through the AHSAA basketball tournament.

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The relationships you build with you local government is important. You elect these officials to run your city, and you have the opportunity to voice your thoughts or concerns with them twice a month at city council meetings.

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The Renfro Corporation, which currently employs more than 600 people in Fort Payne, landed a deal that would grow its current workforce by adding an additional 442 jobs.