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PHOTO: A concept design of the new Facebook data center that will be built in Huntsville. (Facebook | Huntsville Data Center) By Staff Reports HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — Governor Kay Ivey announced last Thursday that Facebook will invest $750 million to build a

By Staff Reports GERALDINE, Ala. — On January 4th, a joint operation was conducted between DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office, DeKalb County Drug and Major Crimes Unit and Geraldine Police Department. During the operation, Ronald Troy Bodine, 52 of Horton was arrested on

By Staff Reports RAINSVILLE, Ala. — Be sure to pick up this week’s edition of the Southern Torch, in newsstands today! This edition has an explanation on what justifies a high speed chase, a weekly installment of “What’s Cookin’,” with Amy

Featured image: Mine-Resistant Armored Protected Vehicles (MRAPS) being shipped for duty around the globe. Similar vehicles painted white and marked “U.N.” caused an internet stir late last week when seen in Virginia. By Tyler Pruett, Managing Editor tyler@southerntorch.com For those

Featured: Pictured are, Tyler Still, Kimbrelin Still, Coty Still holding Stella, Brandi Still, Mecai Maxell and Caden Maxwell. Not pictured is Coty’s oldest child, Justin. I posted a picture of Coty Still and his family on Facebook for Southern Torch’s Dad

Abigail’s journey

Featured image: Abigail Joy Mizzell By Nathan Cavitt nathan@southerntorch.com FORT PAYNE, Ala— She was quiet. That was the first thing Barbara Mizzell noticed about her newborn baby. The second was that she refused to nurse, and had what the doctors

By Karah Wilson karah@southerntorch.com FORT PAYNE, Ala.— David Hammonds is a sound engineer in Fort Payne. Hammonds was nominated for a Grammy this past week in California for his engineering on his project with Norman Blake, “Wood, Wire, & Words.”

The race to watch this Tuesday: DeKalb County Schools Superintendent By: Tyler Pruett and Joseph Morgan DEKALB COUNTY, Ala.—Alabama’s Presidential Primary is this Tuesday, March 1. In addition to making a choice of presidential candidates, voters in DeKalb County will

By Angie Reynoso angie@southerntorch.com RAINSVILLE, Ala.— Southern Torch is awarding dinner and a movie for two!  Post a photo of yourself and your Valentine on our facebook page from Feb.1, 2016 – Feb.7, 2017 for your chance to win a

Contributed to Southern Torch by Dylan Smith Dear Editor, By now voters across Alabama are tuning in to receive coverage on the 2016 presidential election. Citizens are taking a close look at who best represents their conservative values and beliefs. Who