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Mary Scott Hunter – “Vision” from Southern Torch on Vimeo. . Stay with Southern Torch for the most comprehensive coverage of Election 2014!

In an unorthodox move, the Young Republicans of Northeast Alabama have made official endorsements heading in to the June 3 Republican Primary. The club was founded in February of 2013, and since that time have grown to 193 registered members

May 28, 2014   Dear Editor, Throughout my candidacy to become Alabama’s next Secretary of State, I have traveled the state, shared countless stories, and met with people in all sixty-seven counties. Sadly, I have recently become aware of smear tactics

  The Alabama Farmers Federation political action committee, FarmPAC, has endorsed candidates in the 2014 primary elections. Endorsements for candidates who have opposition in the June 3 primary are listed below. Endorsements were recommended by county leaders following extensive reviews

Trent Thrash Signs with Shorter University from Southern Torch on Vimeo.

The DeKalb County November election just became a little less interesting  as Republican Candidate Ben West has withdrawn from the race for District 4 Commissioner.   Due to recent medical issues that have surfaced with members of my immediate family, I’ll

Mary Scott is often described as a “servant leader,” and she values teamwork. Her core values are Integrity, Service, and Excellence. Some of Mary Scott’s focus areas on the Alabama State Board of Education have been Workforce Development, STEAM (Science,

By Dr. Jeff Fuller I found an interesting article on internet at ChristianAnswers.Net by Dr. Jeffrey L. Myers, which were excerpts from his book Vital Truth: Christian Citizenship.  This is my review of the article: Arguments have been made that

The Neal Thrash Saga isn’t over, but that hasn’t stopped speculation about who the next possible coach could be. Superintendent Hugh Taylor made it clear that he has no intention of backing down from his decision, stating at the April

The Rainsville City Council met on Monday night and the financial status of the City was discussed. Councilman Joey Graham asked for a financial report from the Mayor at the next council meeting, citing Rainsville’s “tenuous financial situation”. Jones agreed