By Karah Wilson FYFFE, Ala.— This Saturday Fyffe will be holding the 11th annual UFO Days. Gates will open at 9 a.m. and entertainment will begin at 10 a.m. The emcee for the event will be C.J. Jolley. The event

By Joe Morgan FORT PAYNE, Ala.—This Saturday will be Fort Payne’s annual Dog Daze at Little River Canyon Center beginning at 10 a.m. and last until 3 p.m. This event is hosted by the Canyon Center staff and volunteers.

Music on the Mountain

By Karah Wilson RAINSVILLE, Ala.— Rainsville’s annual Music on the Mountain will be held this Sat. 29 in the Northeast Alabama Community College lyceum. Guests this year will include Norman Blake and Jimmy Fortune. Blake is a Grammy winner

By Karah Wilson COLLINSVILLE, Ala.— Collinsville teacher, Coach Josh Burrell, was driving on the morning of Apr. 16 when his car hit a metal pole. Burrell was pronounced dead at the scene, but his memory will live on forever.

Bryson Strong

By Karah Wilson RAINSVILLE, Ala.— 13-year-old Bryson Richey was having one last back-to-school get together with his friends on Aug. 4 before starting back as a 7th grader at Plainview on Aug. 6. Richey, along with friends Jacob Henderson,

Whither thou goest

By Dr. John E. Morgan Pastor – Collinsville Baptist Church t’s almost always when the bride comes down the aisle. That’s what most guys say they remember most about their wedding. Put me down with them but only if you

By Joseph M. Morgan All eight DeKalb county schools played in the Junior High Jamboree Monday night at  Collinsville.  The four games each had two ten minute halves and some modified kicking rules. Game One Collinsville 28 Ider 0

Dedicated Fan

By Megan Blansit Director of The Beautiful Movement – a youth ministry for high school girls. For more information, visit The Beautiful Movement’s Facebook page, where I post the time, place, and activity for each month Today is Thursday, Aug.

Annual Quilt Walk

By Karah Wilson COLLINSVILLE, Ala.— The Collinsville Public Library is set to host their 14th annual quilt walk Sept. 25-26. The admission for this event is $10. The walk is a historic tour of Collinsville with over 300 quilts

By Joseph Morgan COLLINSVILLE, Ala.— A $400,000 grant was awarded to the City of Collinsville this week that officials say will be used to upgrade and expand city’s water and sewer system in order to meet the needs that will