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The race to watch this Tuesday: DeKalb County Schools Superintendent By: Tyler Pruett and Joseph Morgan DEKALB COUNTY, Ala.—Alabama’s Presidential Primary is this Tuesday, March 1. In addition to making a choice of presidential candidates, voters in DeKalb County will

Letter to the Editor

                      Note from the Editor: The articles on this page are opinions submitted by readers of Southern Torch, and therefore do not necessarily represent or express the views of Southern Torch.  

Letter to the Editor

Note from the Editor: The articles on this page are opinions submitted by readers of Southern Torch, and therefore do not necessarily represent or express the views of Southern Torch.   Dear Editor, Talk is cheap. But Hugh Taylor has produced results.

Note from the Editor: The articles on this page are opinions submitted by readers of Southern Torch, and therefore do not necessarily represent or express the views of Southern Torch. They are the personal opinions of the individuals who wrote

Regional Champs! Ider Girls advance to Final Four of Class 2A State Championship! By Marla Jones JACKSONVILLE, Ala.— The Ider Lady Hornets defeated the Ranburne Bulldogs Tuesday 64-52 to advance to the Class 2A State Championships. Ider jumped to the

By Marla Jones, Sports Editor marla@southerntorch.com New Hope 62-Plainview 59 JACKSONVILLE, Ala.—The phenomenal season of the Plainview Bears came to an end Wednesday as they fell to New Hope in the finals of the Class 3A Northeast Regional Tournament 62-59.

Alabama tractor company owned by paint rock man will be first U.S. business on Cuban soil since 1959 By Joseph M. Morgan joseph@southerntorch.com HAVANA, Cuba— A Paint Rock man and his small business have accomplished something that no company in

The home and family show is a marketplace for your home, garden, and family products and services. The event will take place at the Northeast Alabama Agribusiness Center in Rainsville. There will be events for kids such as inflatables, magicians,

By Staff Reports The Fort Payne Chamber of Commerce will present Krazy Kudzu Follies on March 3-5 at the DeKalb Theatre in Fort Payne at 7 p.m. Krazy Kudzu follies will feature a host of community leaders and elected officials.

By Karah Wilson karah@southerntorch.com RAINSVILLE, Ala.— The Lion’s Club will be hosting it’s 31st annual rodeo on March 4-5 at the Northeast Alabama Agri-Business Center at 7:30 p.m. both nights. The Southeastern Professional Rodeo Association will be the sponsor this