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Three face drug charges

Special to the Enquirer   Working on numerous tips and complaints from the public, the Morgan County Sheriff’s Drug ... Read more | Add your comment

Morgan County’s COVID death toll hits 100, up 10 in one day

By Eric Fleischauer  For the Enquirer   The COVID-19 death toll in Morgan County hit 100 after increasing by ... Read more | Add your comment

Walkin’ in a winter wonderland

Special to the Enquirer   Hartselle wakes to a winter wonderland Monday as snow blanketed the community. Raelyn Brewer, Nova Sharpley and Harper Kerley are among children who enjoyed playing in the white ... Read more | Add your comment

Quilts of Valor go to local vets

Special to the Enquirer A Morgan County chapter of the national Quilts of Valor foundation awards quilts to ... Read more | Add your comment

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Boys Basketball

Tigers lead from the start in 71-51 win at Decatur

Hartselle traveled to Decatur for their second area match-up with the Red Raiders on Friday night. The Tigers won the previous match-up 82-68 back on ... Read more | Add your comment

by Russell Frye.

Faith

Are you ready for new beginning?

By Todd Barrier   Yes, 2021 is finally here!   Many have been looking forward to 2021 because 2020 was such an incredibly hard year. When the year changed ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Lifestyles

Barkley Bridge Student Salute

Special to the Enquirer   Barkley Bridge students receiving special recognition are (front) Collette Royer, kindergarten, Mrs. Terry; Fenix Doyle, second grade, Ms. Hollingsworth; Jack Wilbanks, PreK, Mrs. Pierce; (back) Allie McKee, first grade, Mrs. Page; Bryant ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Boys Basketball

Tigers hold off Muscle Shoals in second half to win 58-27

Hartselle held off a second-half Muscle Shoals rally to defeat the Trojans 58-57 and move to 3-0 in area play. The Tigers used an 11-3 ... Read more | Add your comment

by Russell Frye.

Hartselle

Police nab one for fraud

Special to the Enquirer   A Birmingham man is under arrest after allegedly trying to cash a counterfeit check in Hartselle.  Dec. 28, 2020, Investigator Tania Burgess arrested ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Hartselle High School

Hartselle athlete signs for soccer at University of Mobile

Keegan Zanda signed his scholarship to play soccer for the University of Mobile Jan. 4. Zanda, a forward, is the first Tiger soccer player to ... Read more | Add your comment

by Russell Frye.

Columnists

Loss of Bill Stewart leaves giant hole

“Good morning, Rebekah:  I hope this email finds you and your husband well and anticipating a New Year with many good things in store.  Attached ... Read more | Add your comment

by Rebekah Yancey.

Columnists

New for 2021: cleaner streets

By Randy Garrison Well, we are already into the second week of a new year, and 2021 has turned out to be one for the history ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Hartselle High School

Hartselle wrestling wins AHSAA Region 8 Duals

By Russell Frye  For the Enquirer   The Hartselle wrestling team won the AHSAA Region 8 Dual Championship this past weekend by winning five matches over ... Read more | Add your comment

by Russell Frye.

Hartselle

COVID cancels annual Educators Hall of Fame banquet

Every January since 2016, former educators from Hartselle City Schools have been nominated and inducted into the Hartselle Educators Hall of Fame.   This year, however, the banquet can be added to the list of events canceled because ... Read more | Add your comment

by Rebekah Yancey.

Hartselle

Orr donates to fine arts

Special to the Enquirer Sen. Arthur Orr, Mayor Randy Garrison, David Burleson and Mary Yarbrough pose for a photo outside the Burleson Fine Arts Center. ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Hartselle High School

RIVALRY WEEK: Tigers pick up wins over Decatur, Cullman

The Hartselle Tigers basketball team rolled through rivalry week with convincing wins over Decatur and Cullman this past week. They opened the week by defeating the ... Read more | Add your comment

by Russell Frye.

Columnists

Welcoming in new year

By Clif Knight  Just as time has a way of changing our appearance, it changes the way we live.  Nowhere is that more apparent than the ... Read more | Add your comment

by Clif Knight.

Lifestyles

Pets of the Week Jan. 4 – 8

Snarles Barkley and Goliath are still looking for their forever homes. Pet-lovers will not find two sweeter dogs. They are available for adoption at the ... Read more | Add your comment

by Lauren Jackson.

Books of the Week

Books of the Week Jan. 4 – 8

Book: Instant Karma  Author: Marissa Meyer  Age Group: Young Adult  Prudence Daniels is like any other teenager. She is very judgmental of people she perceives to be ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Morgan County

Pursuit ends with trafficking arrests

Special to the Enquirer   Early on Wednesday morning, January 6, 2021 the Morgan County Sheriff’s Drug Enforcement Unit attempted a traffic stop on a vehicle ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Hartselle

MCSO holds collection to benefit area food banks, domestic violence shelters

Special to the Enquirer   Members of the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office collect donations and canned food items at the Hartselle Kroger Dec. 12. Public information officer Mike ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Girls Basketball

Marchbanks’ 27 leads Lady Tigers to victory over Cullman

The 6th ranked Hartselle Lady Tigers improved to 2-0 in area play with a dominating defensive performance in their 54-37 win over Cullman. Cullman took ... Read more | Add your comment

by Russell Frye.

Country News

Jesse Owens Museum, Park welcomes visitors

The staff at the Jesse Owens Museum and Park, located at 7019 County Road 203, Danville, welcomes visitors to their facility. The site is open Wednesday through Saturday from ... Read more | Add your comment

by Martha Jackson.

Hartselle

A look back at Dr. Bill Stewart

Long time newspaper columnist, Hartselle native dies at 81  For a quarter of a century, avid readers of the Hartselle Enquirer have learned the history of the City of ... Read more | Add your comment

by Rebekah Yancey.

Falkville

Police: Falkville man arrested at Capitol building during riots

Staff Reports   A Falkville man was among those arrested during protests at the Capitol building in Washington, D.C. earlier this week.   Police say Lonnie Coffman, 70, was charged with carrying a ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Columnists

Are you ready to contend?

By Todd Barrier   Over the past several weeks, our area has seen a dramatic surge in COVID cases. It seems it is worse now than during ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Hartselle

HACC announces 2021 ambassadors

Special to the Enquirer   The Hartselle Area Chamber of Commerce recently announced its ambassadors for 2021.   Ambassadors are a highly visible group of volunteers who ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Hartselle

Main Street West Gallery opens for business with ribbon cutting

Special to the Enquirer   A new art gallery opens for business in downtown Hartselle. Main Street West Gallery held a ribbon cutting ceremony with the Hartselle ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

A look back

Another look back at buggies

Editor’s note: The following piece is the final column submitted by longtime contributor and Hartselle native Dr. Bill Stewart. Stewart passed away in Tuscaloosa. He was ... Read more | Add your comment

by Bill Stewart.

Sports

Parks, Rec starts spring sports sign-ups Jan. 11

Hartselle Parks and Recreation has announced the dates for spring sports sign-ups for T-ball, soccer and softball.   Sign-ups will begin Jan. 11 and continue through ... Read more | Add your comment

by Russell Frye.

Danville

Local chronic disease management program begins Jan. 14

Special to the Enquirer  Like many other agencies, the North Alabama Regional Council of Governments has had to adapt its existing wellness programs to meet the ... Read more | Add your comment

by Staff Reports.

Columnists

Gearing up for a new year

Here we are, heading into a new year.   After nearly a year of economic lockdown, mask–wearing and social distancing, COVID-19 has taken its toll. Normalcy has ... Read more | Add your comment

by Clif Knight.

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