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Isa is a bit weird

By Dr. John E. Morgan Pastor–Collinsville Baptist Church Isa Lake.  Yellowstone Park is full of weird stuff. Geysers (yes, including Old Faithful).  Don’t see those around here.  Huge pools of bubbling mud.  Lots of hot springs.  One of the most

For immediate release—April 26, 2016 The Psi Epsilon Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Northeast Alabama Community College was recently recognized and awarded for achievement at the Phi Theta Kappa International Convention held in National Harbor, MD, on April 7-9, 2016.

By Tyler Pruett, Managing Editor tyler@southerntorch.com RAINSVILLE, Ala.— In Monday’s regularly scheduled council meeting, the Rainsville City Council and Mayor Nick Jones agreed on measures to both cut operating costs and generate additional revenue for the city. Jones and members

By Joseph M. Morgan joseph@southerntorch.com FORT PAYNE, Ala.—The Native Rewards app reached its 1,000th download last week, and to celebrate the milestone, Native Inc. awarded the individual who was the 1,000th person to download the app, Lori Griggs of Collinsville,

Torch finalizes distribution agreements with Walmart, Walgreens and Dollar General From the Editor: By Joseph M. Morgan Editor and Publisher joseph@southerntorch.com Dear Readers, Last week Southern Torch reached an exciting social media milestone: 5,000 Likes on Facebook. I would like to

Alabama tractor company owned by paint rock man will be first U.S. business on Cuban soil since 1959 By Joseph M. Morgan joseph@southerntorch.com HAVANA, Cuba— A Paint Rock man and his small business have accomplished something that no company in

By Tyler Pruett tyler@southerntorch.com Monday marked the 74th Anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Dec. 7th, 1941 marked the beginning of America’s involvement in WWII, which would affect virtually all families and communities across the country over the