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PHOTO: The new facility will be located in the Fyffe Industrial Park; near Liberty Steel on Highway 75. (Tyler Pruett | Southern Torch) By Tyler Pruett, Managing Editor tyler@southerntorch.com FYFFE, Ala. — On Friday night at 6:30 pm, the Town of Fyffe

PHOTO: Photo from the groundbreaking on Monday at Google’s new data center in Bridgeport!  (Contributed Photo) By Tyler Pruett, Managing Editor  tyler@southerntorch.com BRIDGEPORT, Ala. — On Monday, Google broke ground on a new facility right here in our backyard! Governor Kay Ivey,

(Tyler Pruett | Southern Torch) By Tyler Pruett, Managing Editor  tyler@southerntorch.com VALLEY HEAD, Ala. — On Sunday, April 1st, a 1 percent sales and use tax increase will go into effect for the Town of Valley Head. The Town Council passed

PHOTO: Mobileocity provides cell phone repair, accessories, and prepaid. They are located at 1517 Gault Avenue North. Hours: 8 am – 8 pm, Monday –  Saturday, and 11 am – 6 pm on Sunday. (Contributed Photo) By Staff Reports FORT

PHOTO: Trampas Shankles addresses the Public Hearing on a new subdivision he wants to build near Marshall Road. By Marla Jones, Reporter marla@southerntorch.com RAINSVILLE, Ala. — (Video of the Workshop and Meeting at the Bottom) The Rainsville City Council met

PHOTO: Mohegan Renewable Energy recently announced the purchase of the Lee Energy Solutions Facility on Highway 68, which they will be reopening to produce wood pellets out of wood waste for a low cost, renewable heating solution. (Tyler Pruett |

  By Tyler Pruett, Managing Editor  tyler@southerntorch.com FORT PAYNE, Ala. — (Full Video at the Bottom, Alcohol discussion begins at 25:45) In a 3-2 vote, the Fort Payne City Council approve a resolution to send the Sunday Alcohol Sales issue to Montgomery

(File Photo)   By Staff Reports FORT PAYNE, Ala. — According to the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office: On December 11th the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office followed up on a tip about a possible stolen U Haul truck behind a trailer on

PHOTO: CP Auto Parts’ sign in Rainsville has been a daily inspiration and motivation for many years. The store has recently been sold to new owners, but Donna Harris and the rest of the employees will still be on hand

PHOTO: Fort Payne City Council President Brian Baine discusses his views on Alcohol Sales in the Fort Payne city limits. (Tyler Pruett | Southern Torch) By Tyler Pruett, Managing Editor  tyler@southerntorch.com FORT PAYNE, Ala. — (Watch the Full Video at the Bottom)