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Submitted by Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) RAINSVILLE, Ala. — The Alabama Department of Transportation advises motorists that contractor Miller and Miller will begin work next week to replace the one-lane bridge over Town Creek on Chavies Road in Rainsville with a

PHOTO: Rainsville Councilman Rickey Byrum challenges Southern Torch reporting regarding the road paving project at the crossing. (Marla Jones | Reporter) By Marla Jones, Reporter marla@southerntorch.com RAINSVILLE, Ala. — (Scroll Down for Video)  The Rainsville City Council held their regularly scheduled meeting

PHOTO: The “Pavilion” Concept for the Old Mapco Building on the corner of Gault Avenue and Highway 35. The new city building will serve as a welcome center for the city. (Tyler Pruett | Southern Torch) By Tyler Pruett, Managing Editor 

PHOTO: Due to the cold weather during last year’s paving project at the crossing in Rainsville, the asphalt did not seal properly. (Marla Jones | Southern Torch) Marla Jones, Reporter marla@southerntorch.com RAINSVILLE, Ala. — In October 2017, the Rainsville City Council

PHOTO: The Prisoner of War/Missing in Action and American Flags raised Friday by Fort Payne High School JROTC over Patriot’s Park. (Tyler Pruett | Southern Torch) Contributed by Tyler Wilkes, DeKalb County Revenue Commissioner FORT PAYNE, Ala. — (Scroll Down for Paver

(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: Locals and Veterans gather at the GE Hill Bridge crossing Little River Canyon to remember the Pearl Harbor attack, which happened 76 years ago today. (Tyler Pruett | Southern Torch) By Tyler Pruett, Managing Editor  tyler@southerntorch.com FORT PAYNE, Ala. — “Yesterday,

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: The road work  at the main intersection in Rainsville that we reported on around 4 weeks ago is now switching to daylight hours. (Tyler Pruett | Southern Torch) By Staff Reports HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — According to the Alabama Department of Transportation: The

By Marla Jones, Reporter marla@southerntorch.com  RAINSVILLE, Ala. — Many Rainsville residents will notice that work has begun at the Rainsville crossing of Highways 35 and 75. This endeavor is a federal project with eighty percent of the cost coming from