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One killed, damage reported in overnight storms

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Gallery: Hartselle Drama presents Shrek the Musical

At a Glance

Let the games begin: Parks and Rec to hold Community Games this summer  

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OWO registration opens April 3

Editor's picks

HOSA students win big at state level  

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Hartselle corn grower named state winner of national yield contest  

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‘Message of acceptance’: Hartselle High brings Shrek, his friends and tormentors to stage

Hartselle

HACC slates annual meeting for April 28

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Hartselle woman charged with capital murder in stabbing death of 8-year-old son

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UPDATE: 8-year-old boy killed, man injured in Hartselle stabbing

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Hartselle stabbing leaves one dead, one injured

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Hartselle

Historical society to present ‘Lost Treasures’ event  

Hartselle

Hartselle Historical Society receives grant for video campaign 

Falkville

Double-homicide defendant ‘heard voices in his head’ 

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Riding for a reason: Hartselle man takes 611-mile journey to raise awareness of friend’s kidney disease  

Morgan County

Veteran journalist new Morgan communications director 

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Hartselle man sentenced to 10 years behind bars after killing dog  

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All in a name: Group wants to rename Hartselle street for local war hero instead of disgraced French official

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Small town, big pride: Priceville supports Bulldogs through record-breaking year

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Raising queen bees becomes business for Hartselle father-daughter duo

Falkville

Area schools participate in Read Across America

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Escaped rape suspect back in jail

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