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DeKalb County Juniors will take the ACT February 20th

In just 7 days (February 20th) all DeKalb County Juniors will take the ACT test with writing.  The ACT test is given free to all...
DeKalb County Meth Arrest

DeKalb County Meth Arrest

FORT PAYNE, Ala. — On January 8, 2019, The DeKalb County Drug and Major Crimes Task Force, DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office, Jackson County Drug...
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Top 10 News Stories of 2018

1.  Only In America August 16, 2018 By Bonita Wilborn Karen Gerber, a 68-year-old South Africa native, now resident of Ider, began her teaching career with the...

DeKalb County Commission Meeting 12-11-18

By Sherri Blevins The Dekalb County Commission met on December 11, 2018. Before the actual business meeting began, Assistant Emergency Management Director, Michael Posey, updated...

Merry Christmas From The Staff

Merry Christmas from the staff of Mountain Valley News. We hope you enjoy the holidays with your family and friends.

Dekalb County Seniors Triumph at Masters Games of Alabama

By Sherri Blevins Emily McCamy, Director of Transportation and the Council on Aging, recognized the DeKalb County senior citizens that participated in the Masters Games...

Claiming A Small Battle In The War On Drugs

By Bonita Wilborn Due to current drug activity, many law enforcement departments have found it necessary to equip their officers with medicine designed to counteract...

Yet Another School Threat

By Bonita Wilborn About 11:30am on Thursday, September 20, Jackson County Sheriff Deputies made their way to Section High School where they had the task...

Moderation Is The Key

By Bonita Wilborn Rainsville Police recently evacuated a home on Fortner Road filled with animals. Chief Kevin Smith said, “We received an anonymous complaint about...

The Most Complete Coverage Of High School Football

By Bonita Wilborn It is no secret that high school football is something that gets a lot of attention, not only in DeKalb and Jackson...