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Who’s the Best?

Southern Torch is proud to present a debate 25 years in the making… From Paul Benefield & Dale Pruitt to Jeff Allen & Jeremy Wilson, Southern Torch has comprised a panel of Coaches, Press and analysts to give you the

BREAKING NEWS: Ryan Burns told his team yesterday that he would be stepping down as the Varsity Girls Basketball Coach at Geraldine High School. Coach Burns has requested to speak with Southern Torch regarding the situation later in the week.

Alabama RetailPAC, the Alabama Retail Association’s state political action committee, has made its first major endorsements in advance of the 2014 campaign cycle. Alabama Retail Association PAC, Alabama Retail’s federal political action committee, has made Senate and House of Representative

The DeKalb County House Districts were cut to pieces when the state was redistricted, leaving us with 6 Representatives in Montgomery. The bulk of the County still lies in District 24, the seat that’s been held by Todd Greeson (R-Ider)

APRIL 11, 2014   |   PRESS RELEASE   MONTGOMERY—Governor Robert Bentley on Friday announced that he has signed the FY2015 Education Trust Fund Budget. The education budget was passed April 3, 2014, minutes before the Legislature adjourned, effectively preventing the

With Coach Neal Thrash being “relieved” of his coaching duties without explanation, the community has defended the future Hall of Fame coach with a vengeance. Southern Torch spoke with Superintendent Hugh Taylor on Monday morning. Mr. Taylor said he will

On April 5, the new park at the Field of Dreams was dedicated to former mayor, Donnie Chandler.

Thrash OUT at Fyffe

    BREAKING NEWS: After a historic season of winning the Sand Mountain Tournament, the DeKalb County Tournament and the Area Tournament, Head Coach Neal Thrash has been OFFICIALLY relieved of his coaching duties at Fyffe High School.   Southern