Collinsville picks up girls soccer, tryouts Nov. 12-13

By Joseph M. Morgan COLLINSVILLE, Ala.—Collinsville High School will soon have a new girls soccer team to complement what

Collinsville’s Cricket Theatre reopens doors

By Joseph M. Morgan COLLINSVILLE, Ala.— Thanks to the hard work of the Collinsville Historical Association (CHA) less than

BREAKING NEWS: Wootten will not seek re-election to DeKalb BOE

Exclusive to the Southern Torch:  By: Joseph M. Morgan DEKALB COUNTY, Ala.—DeKalb County Board of Education District 5 representative Terry

Taylor to seek re-election in 2016

DeKalb Superintendent Hugh Taylor sits for an exclusive interview with Southern Torch Political Correspondent Tyler Pruett on Tuesday. Taylor announced today

DeKalb County: Home of the Champions–Four DeKalb teams crowned Area Champions

By Joseph M. Morgan “We are very pleased to be represented by these 5 schools in the Regional Volleyball

Aderholt announces grant awards for two DeKalb fire departments

By Joseph M. Morgan WASHINGTON, D.C.— U.S. Congressman Robert Aderholt recently announced that significant federal funds have been awarded

Rainsville launches first phase of ACE program

By Joseph M. Morgan RAINSVILLE, Ala.—Representatives from Top of Alabama Regional Council of Governments TARCOG met with city officials

Soaring with eagles: a young woman’s inspirational story of faith and courage

By Joseph M. Morgan “Yet those who wait for the LORD Will gain new strength; They will mount up

Mentone hosts 34th annual Colorfest

By Tyler Pruett MENTONE, Ala.—Mentone is hosting the 34th Annual Colorfest this weekend, Oct. 16-18. Throughout the weekend of

AL License office closing provides minor savings

By Joseph M. Morgan MONTGOMERY, Ala.—The recent closure of 31 rural Drivers License offices by the Alabama Law Enforcement