Politics

Mary Scott Hunter Ad Highlights “Integrity”

Mary Scott is often described as a “servant leader,” and she values teamwork. Her core values are Integrity, Service, and

Board of Education Discusses Evaluations

The DeKalb County Board of Education met Tuesday night at Cracker Barrel in Fort Payne to discuss the upcoming Superintendent evaluations. The

One Photo, One Vote

The primary elections of June 3, 2014 could bring change for many of Alabama’s elected office holders. It will definitely

NRA Grades Alabama Candidates

The National Rifle Association have handed down their official grades for candidates in the 2014 Election. The NRA-PVF is non-partisan

Departments Handcuffed by $750 Spending Limit?

The Rainsville City Council met on Thursday night after returning from the League of Municipalities Convention. The agenda consisted of:

Energy Developments Comes to DeKalb

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

Candidate Profile: Tyler Wilks

Candidate for DeKalb County Revenue Commissioner   Name: Tyler Wilks Age: 33 Hometown: Fyffe Occupation: Project Coordinator Hudson Company Education:

5 Questions to Ask Your Alabama Legislative Candidates

Although Alabama’s primary elections are held in June, the political season is well underway. Positions on religious liberty, gun rights,