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Summer Squash at its Best

By Constance Smith Summer is in full swing, and if you garden or visit the farmers market at all, you know there is an abundance ... Read more

8 hours ago by Staff Reports.

Healing hooves

Laura Glenn finds fulfillment in helping others  A 15-acre farm on Gary Anders Road in Hartselle is much more than it might seem from the outside. It’s the home of Healing ... Read more

1 day ago by Rebekah Martin.

Where God wants my family

Coach Bryan Moore looks to make an impact in Hartselle  “I am passionate about the game of football. I am intense. I love to practice, love ... Read more

2 days ago by Russell Frye.

Letter from the Editor

It’s crazy how much the world has changed since the previous issue of Hartselle Living. I daresay no one expected to witness what we all have over the ... Read more

2 months ago by Rebekah Martin.

Chamber Connections: Welcome 2020 Ambassadors!

HACC Ambassadors are a highly visible, prestigious group of professional volunteers from various backgrounds who serve as liaisons between the Chamber and its members. This energetic ... Read more

2 months ago by Staff Reports.

Library gears up for new programs and services

I have to admit it feels very odd in the William Bradford Huie Library. There is no laughter of children, no sound of computer keyboards clicking, no patrons asking ... Read more

2 months ago by Michelle Blaylock.

Two Classic Biscuit Recipes

By Constance Smith    When it comes to biscuits, there are countless variations out there. These two recipes are for some of our favorites that I ... Read more

2 months ago by Staff Reports.

How to get started with chickens

By Constance Smith    Scores of people are choosing to start their own backyard flocks of chickens – many for the first time. Farm supply stores and hatcheries ... Read more

2 months ago by Staff Reports.

A home for M.J.

Morgan County Habitat builds home for Crestline student, aunt   M.J. Stitts was 2 months old when he underwent his first surgery.   M.J. has congenital myasthenia gravis – a disease that is characterized by weakness ... Read more

2 months ago by Rebekah Martin.

Hartselle family restores historic Main Street residence

By Gregg Parker  Although the 117-year-old residence had been neglected and lost some of its spirit, the house at 403 E. Main St. in Hartselle has regained ... Read more

2 months ago by Staff Reports.

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