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Hartselle Enquirer

We hope you like our changes

Wow, it is hard to believe we are already into the third month of 2011 and the second week of that month.  Well I have always heard time flies when you’re having fun.  This year has brought changes to my job here at the Enquirer and even though the work load has increased as well as the time required it is still fun to have a part in bringing the newspaper to you both in print and online.
I hope you are enjoying some of the changes we have made with the newspaper.  We take our role in the community very seriously and want to do our best to make sure we are a positive influence in our city and surrounding communities.  We want to publish the good happenings in our community and thank those who are working to improve it.  We want you to feel good about what is happening when you read our newspaper from your living room chair or on your computer screen.
We are working to keep you informed about happenings in our town as well as upcoming opportunities.  We want to spotlight your events, meetings, honors, and other important events that are taking place here in Hartselle and Morgan County.  We appreciate the news and information that you bring into the office, fax to us, phone in, or e-mail to us and will do our best to publish your submitted items in a timely manner.  This is a community newspaper and we want you to always feel that you are a part of the Enquirer.
Your comments about the newspaper are also always welcome.  We want to know what you think about what we are presenting each week and what changes you might want us to make.  Your comments, opinions, and suggestions about our town are also welcomed as Letters to the Editor.
We would ask that you provide your name, address and phone number with those. We will not print your address or phone number, but we need that just in case we have a question with the letter.
In closing I would like to ask you to please support our advertisers.  Without them we would not be able to bring you the Enquirer each week and their role in the community is so valuable.  Working together we can all make our town an even better place to call home.
Randy Garrison is the general manager of the Hartselle Enquirer.

Editor's picks

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 

Editor's picks

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.  

Editor's picks

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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