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My name is Gage Hunter Griggs. I am 17 and I am a senior at Fort Payne High School. This weekend I went hunting at Adamsburg and bagged this beautiful buck. It’s spread was not wide but he had a

By Staff Reports DEKALB COUNTY, Ala. — Southern Torch would like to introduce a new column entitled Into the Woods. This column will give hunters a platform to talk about their hunt, their kill and experience. Here is our first entry

PHOTO: The Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries has designated Saturday, February 3 as a “Special Youth Waterfowl” Hunting Day. This means anyone 15 years of age or younger can hunt that day with adult supervision after the regular season

By Staff Reports RAINSVILLE, Ala. — Outdoorsman from across Alabama can visit Rainsville on Saturday and Sunday (October 1 and 2) for more than 123 exhibits at the Northeast Alabama Hunting, Fishing, and Country Classic. Jase Robertson of Duck Dynasty

  By Tyler Pruett, Managing Editor tyler@southerntorch.com RAINSVILLE, Ala. — For the first time in Alabama history, deer and turkey that are harvested this season are required to be reported to the state. Hunters have 48 hours after a successful

A Family Disagreement

By Dr. John E. Morgan Pastor–Collinsville Baptist Church Mother.  My three sisters made it into a six syllable word. Mooooottthhhher.  Followed by an accusation against me.  A false accusation.  They always started it.  They always hit me back first.  Then

By Joseph M. Morgan joseph@southerntorch.com FORT PAYNE, Ala.—The Alabama Forever Wild Land Trust (FWLT) held its second quarterly meeting at the Little River Canyon Center yesterday, Thursday, May 12 at 10 a.m. The Forever Wild Program was established in 1992,

Who is Southern Torch? Meet the faces behind the words Joseph M. Morgan – Editor and Publisher Joseph Morgan is a native of Collinsville, Ala. and is a proud graduate of Collinsville High School. Morgan has spent more than a decade

By Joseph M. Morgan joseph@southerntorch.com COLLINSVILLE, Ala.— A town like Collinsville can never really replace a leader like Thomas Williams.  It can say thank you.  And Collinsville did that in September with a resolution recognizing his contributions to the community.