Posts From Southern Torch

Jesslyn Cochran, of Fyffe High School, signed a cheerleading scholarship agreement with Huntingdon College at a banquet Wednesday morning.

The DeKalb County Board of Education met Tuesday night at Cracker Barrel in Fort Payne to discuss the upcoming Superintendent evaluations. The evaluations have been met with skepticism by some, including members of the board. “If I have a problem with somebody

  The summer production at the Northeast Alabama Community College Theater is Alfred Hitchcock’s “The 39 Steps“. The play’s concept calls for the entirety of the 1935 adventure film The 39 Steps to be performed with a cast of only four.

The internet is cool. We all love it. Since its birth as an information distribution system for scientists in 1989 (Click Here  — the world’s first URL) the internet has grown into a vast source of knowledge, entertainment, social interaction,

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The primary elections of June 3, 2014 could bring change for many of Alabama’s elected office holders. It will definitely bring a change in voter identification requirements. In previous elections, voters could simply provide a utility bill or a fishing

The National Rifle Association have handed down their official grades for candidates in the 2014 Election. The NRA-PVF is non-partisan in issuing its candidate grades and endorsements. We do not base our decisions on a candidate’s party affiliation, but rather

The Rainsville City Council met on Thursday night after returning from the League of Municipalities Convention. The agenda consisted of: Jason Brannan moved from Recruitment & Retention Coordinator to Captain at the Fire Department Transferring Scott Westbrook from Captain to

May 13: Northeast Alabama Community College @ 7:00 PM Location @ Northeast Alabama Agribusiness Center         May 20: Sylvania High School @ 6:00 PM Crossville High School @ 6:00 PM (Snead State Community College) Ider High School @

Energy Developments, Inc. has partnered with SMEC and TVA in a new energy initiative for the region.

Candidate for DeKalb County Revenue Commissioner   Name: Tyler Wilks Age: 33 Hometown: Fyffe Occupation: Project Coordinator Hudson Company Education: B.S. in Education from Jacksonville State University   Family: April Wilks (Wife); Kaden (6) and Stella Rae (2); Parents are