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Dogs Cage the Eagles

By Marla Jones, Sports Editor • marla@southerntorch.com (Photo by Marla Jones) PISGAH, Ala. — The Geraldine Bulldogs defeated the Pisgah Eagles, 28-12 on Friday night. With 2:39 remaining in the first quarter, Andrew Hall stampeded into the endzone for the

PHOTO: 18 year old Joseph James Vavrik of Pisgah was arrested after school authorities found what was believed to be synthetic cannabinoids in his possession at the Jackson County Tech School. (Jackson County Sheriff’s Office) By Staff Reports  SCOTTSBORO, Ala.

PHOTO: Rep. Tommy Hanes (R) has announced he will be seeking re-election in District 23. In addition to Scottsboro, District 23 covers the Jackson County communities of Stevenson, Hollywood, Section, Pisgah, and Bridgeport, as well as Powell in DeKalb County. (Contributed Photo

PHOTO: Patsy Goins Dodd, 53 of Pisgah, matched DNA left at the crime scene. (DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office)  By Staff Reports FORT PAYNE, Ala. — The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office has made an arrest in connection with the April 27, 2016 burglary

PHOTO: Northeast Student Veterans Association (NSVA) officers present the $2,300 check to the Northeast Alabama Marine Corps League.  Pictured left to right: James Levison (NSVA Historian); Dakota Wertz (NSVA member); William Davis (NSVA Vice President); Sheila Hairston, Jennifer Brown, and Holly

By Kalie Davis, Staff Writer kalie@southerntorch.com PISGAH, Ala.– It all started in the year of 1947, when Lloyd and Ruby Meeks built a grain and gin company in the small town of Pisgah, Alabama. Together they ran and operated the

By C. Campbell, Staff Writer cody@southerntorch.com RAINSVILLE, Ala. — Early November has become the time of year when a number of stores and other places begin to roll out their Christmas items. Wintery drinks start to appear in coffee shops

By Staff Reports RAINSVILLE, Ala. — Be sure to pick up this week’s issue of the Southern Torch for print only content! This week, we highlight Trump’s stunning victory, the touching comments from opponents Jason Barnett and Bill Monroe after the

PHOTO: Governor Bentley with Representative Nathaniel Ledbetter, Valley Head Mayor Kenneth Hammond, Councilman Scott Gifford, and Senator Steve Livingston. (Tyler Pruett | Southern Torch) By Tyler Pruett, Managing Editor tyler@southerntorch.com RAINSVILLE, Ala. — Last Wednesday, Governor Robert Bentley visited Northeast

PHOTO: Jack Lord, Hustler Ric Rogers, and Big Shane Anderson after receiving their Hall of Fame Awards. (Alabama Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame | Facebook.com) By Tyler Pruett, Managing Editor tyler@southerntorch.com MUNFORD, Ala. — On October 1, in Munford, Alabama, a