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Hartselle Building Permits  May 24-27 

James Joy, 601 Sparkman St., commercial electrical, $1,800 

Rodney Ellis, 404 Cedar St. NW, roof conversion, $6,200 

Freeman Holcombe, 609 Kimberly Drive SW, roof conversion, $1,566 

Neal Smith, 823 Wellden St. SW, residential electrical, $1,500 

Patricia Marcum, 502 Meadowview Drive NE, residential HVAC, $8,757 

Elmira Orr, 610 Pennylane St. SE, roof conversion, $4,800 

Lucas Pruitt, 501 Nelson St., residential electrical, $500 

Alicia Lashomb, 801 Burns Road SW, residential detached garage, $28,000 

Kimberly King, 992 Pinewood Drive SW, roof conversion, $8,375 

Hartselle

Hartselle man seeks help from community before heart transplant  

Galleries

Power and praise – Hartselle Camp Meeting begins Sunday

Morgan County

Drugs dominate Morgan indictments

Galleries

College Street Players present ‘Seussical Jr.’ June 24-26

Hartselle

Kiwanis Golf Tournament returns Friday

News

Priceville launches weekend farmers market

Hartselle

Local woman reflects on how pandemic changed her ministry

Hartselle

School board approves action, personnel items at June 8 meeting

Hartselle

Stadthagen announces reelection bid

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MCSO swears in new patrol corporal

At a Glance

County restaurant makes semifinals for Bama’s Best Chicken Tenders

At a Glance

Morgan County students make dean’s list at Samford

Hartselle

Hartselle library offers Tails and Tales summer program 

Hartselle

Girls State shapes future leaders  

At a Glance

Area students earn places on president’s, dean’s lists at Wallace State

Danville

Bank’s pet adoption day finds homes for five in MC 

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Congratulations to Brewer High School retirees 

Danville

Morgan County students receive President’s Volunteer Service Award

Hartselle

Hartselle trio CAIN wins award for best breakout single

Hartselle

Hartselle police charge stepfather, mother in child abuse case

Morgan County

Disaster preparedness volunteer group forms in Morgan County

Hartselle

Crestline PTO finances go back to HCS

Danville

Conference targets church safety

Hartselle

Brix & Embers celebrates with ribbon cutting

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