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Hartselle Enquirer

Danville High students earn sculpting honors

Happy wedding anniversary wishes go out to two of my friends, Jimmy and Aleshia Dobbins. They will celebrate their 15th anniversary on Thursday, May 20.
Special belated happy birthday wishes go out to Tiffany Parker on May 17 and Dustin Holbert, Jason Boyd and Kelsey Roberts, all on May 19.
Happy birthday wishes go out to Mary Terry, Hayden Roden, Geri McAbee and Ricky Turrentine, all on May 22 and Bobbie Smith on May 23.
Special belated happy wedding anniversary wishes go out to Mike and Kelly McLamb. They celebrated their 9th anniversary on Wednesday, May 19.
Special congratulations go out this week to Jack C and Dana Herbert on the birth of their son, Jackson R. Herbert. He was born on April 6 in Savannah, Ga., weighing nine pounds and seven ounces and measuring 21 inches long. His proud grandparents are Scott Herbert and Linda Herbert and his great-grandparents are Marvolene and the late Jack Herbert. The baby’s dad is currently serving in Afghanistan.
The Morgan County “Green Team” for Recycling hosted a sculpture contest for students in grades nine through 12. The students created sculptures using recyclable materials, Kristina Parker, a junior at Danville High School winners captured first place; sophomore Alyssa Mason won second place and freshman Michelle Clem was the third place winner. These school winners advanced to a county contest where Kristina won second place. She was recognized at a Morgan County Board of Education meeting on May 13. Projects of the county winners will be placed on display at the Beltline Mall in Decatur on May 23. Congratulations to all of the winners as well as all of the other students who participated.
Cheerleaders at Danville High School will conduct a yard sale and car wash as a fundraiser on Saturday, May 22, at Shady Grove Baptist Church. Proceeds will be used to help sponsor their participation in a summer cheerleading camp at the University of Alabama.
A ask everyone to set aside a little time each day to prayer for our military personnel serving in foreign countries, and also to pray for peace and an end to the terrible disasters that are occurring around the world.

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Hartselle graduate creates product for amputees 

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Tigers roar in Athens soccer win

Danville

Local family raises Autism awareness through dirt racing  

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Three Hartselle students named National Merit finalists  

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Morgan chief deputy graduates from FBI National Academy

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Hartselle students collect food for good cause 

Falkville

Falkville to hold town-wide yard sale next month

At a Glance

Danville man dies after vehicle leaves Hudson Memorial Bridge 

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Clif Knight, former Hartselle mayor, Enquirer writer, dies at 88

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Hartselle Utilities reminds community April is safe digging month 

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Teen powerhouse invited to compete in international strongman event

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Azaleas: An Alabama beauty 

Decatur

Master Gardeners plant sale returns in April

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Morgan leaders honored at annual banquet

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Local students selected for 2024 Blackburn Institute Class

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Hartselle sophomore represents Civil Air Patrol in D.C.  

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Hartselle council hires architect for new fire station, library and event center

At a Glance

PowerGrid Services in Hartselle evacuated for bomb threat

Morgan County

20 under 40: Trey Chowning

Falkville

20 under 40: TJ Holmes

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20 under 40: Spencer Bell

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20 under 40: Shelby Keenum

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20 under 40: Rachel Howard

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20 under 40: Mary Virgina Halbrooks

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