Sylvania’s mayor resigns

By Tyler Pruett SYLVANIA, Ala.— On Thursday, January 7th, the Sylvania City Council held a special meeting to discuss

Judge grants Thrash a hearing in front of DeKalb BOE

By Joseph M. Morgan DEKALB CO, Ala.—Ninth Circuit Judge Jeremy Taylor ruled earlier this week that former Fyffe Coach

Professional bull riding comes to DeKalb County!

By Karah Wilson RAINSVILLE, Ala.— This Friday and Saturday the Professional Bull Riders will be hosting the 11th Annual

Alabama politicians react to executive action on guns

By Tyler Pruett Our elected officials from the federal to state level had strong words for President Obama’s action

Christmas flooding still causing headaches

By Tyler Pruett DEKALB COUNTY, Ala.— Heavy rains that fell around the Christmas Holiday are still causing problems around

Charter schools coming to Alabama

By Joseph M. Morgan MONTGOMERY, Ala.—Charter schools are expected to open in Alabama in 2017. Alabama Public Charter School

Storms cause widespread flooding

By Tyler Pruett DEKALB COUNTY, Ala.—People across Alabama and throughout most of the eastern United States experienced a very

Rainsville Chamber names D.L. Stiefel 2016 Person of the Year

By Joseph M. Morgan RAINSVILLE, Ala.—The Rainsville Chamber of Commerce has chosen D.L. Stiefel as its next Rainsville Person

Fort Payne takes green to a new level

By Staff Reports FORT PAYNE, Ala.—Last week the city of Fort Payne was designated a Valley Sustainable Silver Community by

Mark Ford presents a check to Geri Monroe

DeKalb Ambulance Service (DAS) Director Mark Ford presents a check to Cancer Care Center Administrator Geri Monroe. DAS and Cancer