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COVID-19 cancels annual Butterfly Ball memorializing Hartselle child

The fourth annual Butterfly Ball held by the Prayers for Kayleigh Foundation has been cancelled.   The announcement came recently ... Read more | Add your comment

Hartselle murder defendant has initial hearing

By Michael Wetzel For the Enquirer A Hartselle woman accused of fatally shooting a man at her residence ... Read more | Add your comment

Statewide board elects local man president

A Hartselle man has been elected to a statewide board in his profession. Lee Greene Jr., who is ... Read more | Add your comment

HHS student government trick-or-treats for canned goods Oct. 26

By Emilee Boster  For the Enquirer   Hartselle High School’s Student Government Association will be hosting its annual “trick-or-treating” canned food ... Read more | Add your comment

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Falkville High School

Falkville falls to North Sand Mountain in battle of ranked teams

The Falkville Blue Devils traveled to North Sand Mountain looking to win their second region championship in the past three years.   The 2A No. 8-ranked ... Read more | Add your comment

by Russell Frye.

Hartselle

MCSO terminates, arrests corrections officer on assault charges

A Hartselle man has been arrested on four felony assault charges and terminated from his position with the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office.   Investigators with the ... Read more | Add your comment

by Rebekah Yancey.

Hartselle

Merrill visits Morgan County ahead of absentee ballot deadline

Alabama Secretary of State John H. Merrill made stops in Morgan County Wednesday to speak to Alabama voters and raise awareness about voter deadlines ahead ... Read more | Add your comment

by Rebekah Yancey.

Columnists

Rest in peace, Barry Mitchell

Over a period of years, we are schooled in a process commonly referred to as “the life cycle.” Simply stated: You’re born, you live a span of years, and ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Hartselle

Morgan Cattleman’s Association raises funds for scholarships

Calling all steak–lovers: The Morgan County Cattleman’s Association will be selling steak sandwiches in the parking lot of Hometown Market in Hartselle Oct. 31, and the money raised will ... Read more | Add your comment

by Rebekah Yancey.

Hartselle

Morgan Sheriff warns residents of COVID-19 scammers

The Morgan County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents of an ongoing scam involving fake phone calls and COVID-19.   Residents have reported being contacted by a caller ... Read more | Add your comment

by Rebekah Yancey.

Hartselle High School

Hartselle Advances to 6A Volleyball State Championship Game

The Hartselle Tigers picked up two wins on Tuesday to advance to the 6A State Championship game. “I think my girls played really well and ... Read more | Add your comment

by Russell Frye.

Columnists

Welcome CRMC to Hartselle

By Randy Garrison It was a great day for the City of Hartselle this past Tuesday afternoon. Ground breaking was held for Cullman Regional’s new Hartselle Health ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Hartselle High School

Hartselle returns to playoffs after defeating Buckhorn 52-7

The Hartselle Tigers traveled to Buckhorn with a trip to the postseason on the line. They entered the game on a two-game win streak and had won ... Read more | Add your comment

by Russell Frye.

Hartselle

Burleson Center to hold book signing

Special to the Enquirer   The Burleson Center will host a book signing for Hartselle native Johnny Burks Nov. 5 from 5:30-7 p.m. Burks – an award-winning, Nationally Board-Certified ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Morgan County

WMEL Water, Sewer Authority names GM

Special to the Enquirer   The Board of Directors of the West Morgan-East Lawrence Water and Sewer Authority has announced Jeaniece Slater as the new general manager of the authority, effective Jan. 1, 2021.   The board unanimously selected and approved ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Books of the Week

Books of the Week Oct. 19 – 24

Title: “How to Catch a Monster”  Author: Adam Wallace  Illustrator: Andy Elkerton  Reading Level: 2.2  This book is about a boy who gets the part of a ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Country News

Gandy’s Cove Church seeks donations for Christmas shoeboxes

The members of Gandy’s Cove United Methodist Church are collecting items for their Christmas boxes, which will be sent to Honduras.   Boxes have space to indicate ... Read more | Add your comment

by Martha Jackson.

Lifestyles

Pet of the Week Oct. 19 – 24

Thunder just wants to be petted and loved on. His adoption fee is $80. He’s available for adoption at the Morgan County Animal Shelter in ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Columnists

Are you connected?

By Todd Barrier   This summer and fall, during the pandemic/lockdown, I have been doing weekly video devos for our youth group. They are called 5X5 devos, where I have a Bible verse or set of verses ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Hartselle

Hartselle names Officer of Quarter

Special to the Enquirer Hartselle Police Department Investigator Tania Burgess is Officer of the Quarter for the third quarter of 2020. Burgess was nominated and ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

A look back

A Look Back at Thomas Clifton Almon, Part 1

Fewer and fewer of us have personal memories of the man who served as probate judge of Morgan County longer than any other.    He was already ... Read more | Add your comment

by Bill Stewart.

Hartselle

LifeWork Therapy Services breaks ground on new facility

LifeWork Therapy Services celebrated its expansion with a groundbreaking ceremony Oct. 16. Owner Mike Tucker said the new facility, which will include a salon owned by his wife ... Read more | Add your comment

by Rebekah Yancey.

Hartselle

Plans develop for 2020 Christmas parade, other events

Special to the Enquirer  The 2020 Hartselle Christmas Parade is in the works, but organizers said they are monitoring local and state guidelines to make sure ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Danville

Danville native sees success in art career

Even as a child, Danville native Logan Tanner had a passion for art. With a love for drawing that began in early childhood and never ... Read more | Add your comment

by Lauren Jackson.

Hartselle

Morgan County: COVID-19 cases, quarantines rise in three school systems

By Cassie Kuhn For the Enquirer Active cases of COVID-19 reached a new high for Morgan County Schools students and employees in data reported Oct. ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Hartselle High School

Hartselle squelches Hazel Green with 45-6 victory

Parker Sawyer finished with 212 total yards and two touchdown receptions in the Tigers’ 45-6 win over Hazel Green Friday night.  Sawyer led the team ... Read more | Add your comment

by Russell Frye.

Columnists

No need to complain

By Randy Garrison    This past Sunday at Hartselle First United Methodist Church, Pastor Mike Pope used the text of Exodus 15:22-27, in which the children of Israel complained about ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Falkville High School

Falkville gets fifth shutout of season in 38-0 win over Ider

The Falkville Blue Devils posted their fifth shutout of the season Friday night, a 38-0 region victory over the Ider Hornets (1-8, 0-5).  The Blue ... Read more | Add your comment

by Russell Frye.

Columnists

Week on the beach

By Clif Knight  Being shut in our home for eight months because of COVID-19, our interaction with others has been confined to occasional visits with relatives and infrequent trips ... Read more | Add your comment

by Clif Knight.

Hartselle

Attorney: State lacks evidence against Smart

By Michael Wetzel   For the Enquirer     An attorney for a capital murder suspect in the alleged contract slaying of a Hartselle man July 24 said ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Falkville

Falkville residents get all clear after toxic chemical leak

By Michael Wetzel For the Enquirer Falkville residents are in the clear after a dicey situation with a toxic chemical leak led to an evacuation ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Hartselle

Hartselle teenager creates Little Libraries as Eagle Scout project

Colton Tucker said he has always enjoyed reading – as a child he could always be found with a book in his hand. So, when it came time for the Hartselle teenager ... Read more | Add your comment

by Rebekah Yancey.

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