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After Midtown performs as opening act for Falkville Fall Festival 

The Town of Falkville is proud to announce this year’s opening act on the Falkville Fall Festival main stage will be Sony/ATV artist After Midtown.  

After Midtown boasts a genre-bending sound that has quickly created a buzz in the Nashville music scene with their self-written debut single, “Boys Like Us.”  

The duo came to be after gigging together as solo artists and discovering their prodigious chemistry as vocalists, songwriters and instrumentalists. They take pride in being two small-town guys with a passion to write great songs.   

With diverse influences and a flair for creating distinctive lyrics, Adam and Michael have written on all the tracks in their debut EP, “Don’t Give Away The Ending,” as well as playing guitar, drums and tracks themselves.  

Check out their music video here for “Boys Like Us” on Youtube.  

Please stayed tuned for more artist announcements and other information before the fall festival, to be held Oct. 9.   

Danville High School FFA Officers  

Congratulations to the 2021-2022 Danville High School FFA Officer Team: President Taylor Harvel, Vice President Logan Moody, Secretary Alivia Wiley, Treasurer Trent Borden, Reporter Savanna Davis and Sentinel Tommy Allred. 

Falkville Town Hall hosts county dinner  

The Falkville Town Hall staff, mayor and council hosted the county dinner – a meeting of mayors, clerks and commissioners – Aug. 5 at 6:30 p.m. The officials and staff members enjoyed a smoked pork loin and chicken meal by J.W.’s in Priceville.  

The dinner and meeting were held in the courtroom area.  

The first Thursday meetings, dinner and social time have been canceled many months because of the COVID-19 virus. Falkville Mayor Ken Winkles and his council were proud to host the August event.   

Summerford Nursing Home Activities  

The residents at Summerford Nursing Home enjoyed a favorite activity Aug. 17: “Name That Tune.” 

August 23 the residents will play Remember When. August 30 they will have a cooking class, and Aug. 31 they will enjoy a luau party with music, costumes and food.   

The Summerford residents and staff are enjoying bingo each Friday in August, and the residents enjoy movies and popcorn on Saturdays.  

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Bethel Baptist celebrates sesquicentennial 

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New manufacturing program at Hartselle, Limestone schools 

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Home Sweet Hartselle mural painted on Sparkman Street

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Morgan employees in line for 5 percent pay hike  

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Chiropractor charged with poisoning wife released on bond 

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Hartselle homecoming kick-off showcases school spirit

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