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Kusta wins Republican runoff for Morgan District Judge Place 3

By Staff Reports Decatur attorney Kevin Kusta won the Republican primary runoff for Morgan County District Judge Place ... Read more | Add your comment

Healing hooves

Laura Glenn finds fulfillment in helping others  A 15-acre farm on Gary Anders Road in Hartselle is much more than it might seem from ... Read more | Add your comment

Behind the scenes

Mike Swafford uses social media to personalize local law enforcement  Mike Swafford has always been fascinated the mystery of what goes on ... Read more | Add your comment

Know your ballot

The postponed Republican runoff election will be held tomorrow from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Absentee ballots must ... Read more | Add your comment

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by Rebekah Martin.

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by Rebekah Martin.

Danville

Discounted SAT, ACT prep courses aid Alabama students

Special to the Enquirer   The Alabama High School Athletic Association announced July 7 that it is continuing its support of the National SAT/ACT Prep Project through the National ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Columnists

Serve Day is another Hartselle success

Serve Day 2020 took place this past Saturday in many locations throughout the country and here in Hartselle as well. More than 500 volunteers from several churches ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

A look back

F.E. Burleson: A private citizen again

This period of F. E. Burleson’s life would see him leave elected office – although he would later serve one additional four-year legislative term – but he had many other productive activities to ... Read more | Add your comment

by Bill Stewart.

Hartselle

‘Imagine your story’

Library program livens up summer  By Kaliga Rice  For the Enquirer     The William Bradford Huie Library began its summer reading program June 29 and will continue ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Books of the Week

Books of the Week July 13 – 17

Reviewer: Patricia Poe  Title: “Janis: Her Life and Music”  Author: Holly George-Warren  Janis Joplin was a small–town tomboy who did not fit in with her peers in ... Read more | Add your comment

by Michelle Blaylock.

Lifestyles

Pets of the Week July 13 – 17

 Meet Hamilton! He has been at the shelter since June 24 and is ready to find his forever home. Hamilton is 6 months old, is up to date ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Columnists

Biting yourself

Did you know the one who acts out of anger is the loser?   There is a fable about a young lion and a mountain goat ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Country News

Shady Grove Baptist Church pastor shares thoughts

This week Shady Grove pastor Bro. Tom Campbell shares these thoughts with us:  Some years ago my sons had a rather large Confederate flag in their room and ... Read more | Add your comment

by Martha Jackson.

Hartselle

Hartselle alum breaks through for victory

By David Elwell For the Enquirer One of Bob Godsey’s favorite sayings for his football teams is “Do your job!” The former Hartselle coach’s words ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Falkville

Falkville man denied parole

The Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles held 38 parole hearings June 24, granting 10 paroles and denying 28. Among those denied parole is a ... Read more | Add your comment

by Rebekah Martin.

Columnists

With plow lines in hand

Hardly a day passes when I’m working in my garden that I’m not reminded of the long, sweat-drenched days I spent in the fields plowing ... Read more | Add your comment

by Clif Knight.

Hartselle

Cerrowire appoints finance VP

Hartselle’s Cerrowire has promoted Jennifer Branch to lead the accounting department as the new vice president of finance. Branch has served as the Cerrowire corporate ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Hartselle

Holy Smoke ranks as one of four finalists in statewide competition

Four of the best places in the state to eat pulled pork have been smoked out, and one of them is Hartselle’s own Holy Smoke BBQ.   Bama’s Best ... Read more | Add your comment

by Rebekah Martin.

Hartselle

Hartselle City Schools plans to reopen Aug. 6

The staff and administration of Hartselle City Schools is hard at work to organize a plan for reopening schools this fall, according to Superintendent Dr. Dee Dee Jones.   ... Read more | Add your comment

by Rebekah Martin.

Hartselle

Hartselle man gets possession charges

Special to the Enquirer Morgan County Drug Enforcement Unit agents July 1 stopped a vehicle in Hartselle for a traffic violation. A search of the ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

A look back

“Gen” Burleson as legislator

One frequently hears political candidates today say, “I’m not a politician.” “Gen” Burleson’s principal occupation was that of educator; however, he was a quick study and ... Read more | Add your comment

by Bill Stewart.

Morgan County

City council has no plans for face mask ordinance

While positive cases of COVID-19 continue to rise in Alabama and nationwide, some municipalities are considering ordinances that require face masks or coverings to be worn in public.   Last ... Read more | Add your comment

by Rebekah Martin.

Columnists

Hold on while the train passes

By Randy Garrison Many times each week when I am on the phone, I have to tell whoever I am speaking with to “hold on while the train ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Hartselle

Legacy of making a difference

F.E.B principal retires after 40–year career in education  The daughter of two former school teachers, Deborah Queen has retired as principal of Burleson Elementary after a 40–year career ... Read more | Add your comment

by Lauren Jackson.

Books of the Week

Books of the Week July 6 – 10

Title: “Teddy Spaghetti”   Authors: Dorothea Benton Frank and Victoria Benton Frank    “Teddy Spaghetti” is a heartwarming children’s book about a boy who overcomes bullying with a little help from his friends.    This ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Lifestyles

Pet of the Week July 6 – 10

Meet Hank! This sweet boy is a 1-2–year–old lab mix who is both fixed and chipped.  His adoption fee is $20, and he would love to meet ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Country News

No Fences Cowboy Church to host West Fest

The members of No Fences Cowboy Church will host West Fest: Jesus Has the Keys, July 11 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for ages 4–12.   Pre-registration is available ... Read more | Add your comment

by Martha Jackson.

Columnists

Hope is an awesome thing

By Todd Barrier “From Parade magazine comes the story of self-made millionaire Eugene Land, who greatly changed the lives of a sixth-grade class in East ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Hartselle

Hope Institute taps former HIS vice principal as facilitator

By Kaliga Rice  For the Enquirer  Debra Harvel Kreps has a passion for making a difference and helping others be the best they can be – and Hope Institute is giving her ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Hartselle High School

Randy Campbell, 1978 alum, reflects on Hartselle athletics

By David Elwell For the Enquirer Randy Campbell admits he doesn’t get back to Hartselle as much as he would like. Most of the Birmingham-area ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Brewer High School

State superintendent: High school sports to return this fall

High school sports are on track to return this fall, according to State Superintendent Dr. Eric Mackey. He made the statement during his press conference ... Read more | Add your comment

by Russell Frye.

Columnists

Old-timey July 4

The Fourth of July observance is not what it used to be. If it wasn’t for the sound of fireworks going off or social distancing practices from ... Read more | Add your comment

by Clif Knight.

Hartselle

HPD charges Moulton woman with theft

Special to the Enquirer   June 13, Hartselle investigator Tania Burgess arrested Jessie Leighann Trent, 34, of Moulton, for theft of Property, third degree.   Burgess began an investigation into the theft of property, which ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

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