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Hartselle Enquirer

Education briefs

By Staff
Scholarships available
The Wallace State Alumni Association will award four $500 scholarships for fall semester 2003 to students who have demonstrated academic excellence, service to the community and to the college.
Scholarship applications will be accepted through June 10, 2003.
Applicants must have completed a minimum of 24 semester hours of coursework at Wallace State and have at least a 2.5 GPA. They must be full-time students at the time of application and maintain at least half-time status to retain the scholarship. A letter of recommendation from the student's academic or program advisor is also required.
Those interested in applying for the scholarship may obtain an application form from the Wallace State Alumni Association Office located on the 10th floor of the Bailey Center. Call 352-8163 or logon to www.wallacestate.edu for more information.
Area residents on dean's list
Two Hartselle residents were recently named to the dean's list at Jacksonville State University.
Named to the dean's list were Sherman Banks and Somer Lynn Leathers.
Bierman named to squad
A Hartselle resident is among those named to the cheerleading squad at Wallace State Community College.
Brandin Bierman of Hartselle was one of 11 incoming freshman selected for the squad.
Wallace State cheerleaders perform at Wallace State basketball games and other college and area events. The squad also competes in national competition.
Tanksley part of Who's Who
Meghan Lynn Tanksley of Hartselle was recently named to The University of Alabama's Who's Who. Selection to Who's Who at The University of Alabama is a one-time recognition honoring seniors who have excelled in leadership, scholarship and service. Nominees are limited to 2 percent of the senior class. Each nominee must have earned at least a 3.0 grade point average and must have demonstrated outstanding leadership and service to the University.
Area residents on dean's list
Kristen Sims of Hartselle has been named to the president's list of Freed-Hardman University for the fall semester.
Sims, a senior child and family studies major, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Sims. To be named to the president's list, a full-time student must maintain a 4.0 grade point average.

Hartselle

Hartselle High School announces Homecoming court  

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ALDOT to pave on I-65N at Lacon and Priceville

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Rising to the challenge: Hartselle students send high-altitude balloon into stratosphere  

Morgan County

Morgan County Schools to spend some reserves on capital projects  

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Depot Days draws crowd despite rainy day 

Danville

Dads on Duty: Danville Neel Elementary School fathers step up for carline patrol  

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Fall into fun at Hidden Rivers Farm in Hartselle 

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Three Hartselle students named National Merit Semifinalists 

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Hartselle’s Tiger Launch Program honored with AlabamaWorks! Innovator Award

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Hartselle Intermediate celebrates 10 years of success

Decatur

Morgan County grand jury indicts 9 for first-degree theft, including murder defendant 

At a Glance

Local DAR chapter celebrates Constitution Week

Hartselle

Hartselle High School Engineering Academy seeks student sponsors

Hartselle

Depot Days returns Saturday

Decatur

Morgan EMA receives grant for weather radios

At a Glance

Silent auction benefitting Hartselle families to be held Saturday

Falkville

100 vendors to participate in Falkville Fall Festival  

Hartselle

Support locally grown in Morgan County with Sweet Grown Alabama

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8th annual 9/11 vigil to be held at Hartselle Tabernacle

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Local author holds book signing  

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Randolph aims to grow FFA at Hartselle High  

Falkville

Falkville High School celebrates 100 years 

Hartselle

Field of dreams: Hartselle native co-captain of the University of Alabama Crimsonettes

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Art scholarships available for area seniors  

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