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The DeKalb County Board of Education met Thursday night and voted on this months round of hirings and transfers for the 2014-2015 school year.

The DeKalb County Board of Education presents the public with their evaluation of Superintendent Hugh Taylor.   CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO SEE THE EVALUATION DOCUMENT: Evaluation of Superintendent

The Fort Payne Council discusses the Park curfew at the 12:00 mark.  

Thursday night the DeKalb County Board of Education will present the public with their evaluation of Superintendent Hugh Taylor. The rating system is based on a 1-5 score on a number or different topics. The results are not expected to

Southern Appalachian Press, publisher of Lookout Alabama™ magazine, has entered into an exclusive marketing agreement with Southern Torch, a leading video-production company based in northeast Alabama. Under the agreement, Lookout Alabama and Southern Torch will work together to offer respective

Chesnut Bay Resort’s many activities, amenities, and relaxed, community atmosphere have families skipping the coast for a lakeside vacation. by OLIVIA GRIDER An article from Lookout, Alabama We’ve been here before, but it’s still jarring to drive around a curve in

If you’ve never been to the Tennessee Valley Hunting & Fishing Expo, Southern Torch is here to show you what you’ve been missing. From skiing squirrels and ghost pepper salsa to reality TV celebrities, this event has something that appeals to

Alabama voters will have the opportunity on Tuesday to vote on the Alabama Cotton Producer Assessment Refund Amendment otherwise known as Amendment 1. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Alabama cotton growers produced 590,000 bales of cotton in 2013,

It was predicted that voters would stay home on June 3rd without a tight race for Governor at the top of the ticket, and this proved to be true. The meager 22% statewide turnout indicates a high level of apathy

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