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Hartselle Living Magazine

Latest Hartselle Living Magazine

Letter from the Editor

While 2020 has turned out so far to be a year unlike any other, it is also a year of celebration for those who call ... Read more

5 days ago by Rebekah Martin.

Hartselle Square Buildings and Occupancy in 1901

Fire of 1901: Burned all buildings from Cooper Hotel (No. 5) through Burleson Livery Stable (No. 13)    Fire of 1916: Burned all buildings on ... Read more

6 days ago by Staff Reports.

Chamber Connections

New Members  Alfa Insurance  Dave Hostios – Weichert Realty  Don Alejo Mexican Restaurant  Forever Kate  Goble Construction  Hidden Rivers Farm  Kenneth Doss  Magnolia River  McComm Group  ... Read more

1 week ago by Staff Reports.

The flavors of autumn

By Constance Smith  When autumn rolls around, I get so excited because it is my favorite season of flavor. Coffee, apple, pumpkin, spices – there are just so ... Read more

1 week ago by Staff Reports.

Willie Burgers – a Hartselle icon

By Constance Smith  When strolling along picturesque Main Street, visitors to downtown Hartselle are bound to notice the blue Willie Burgers restaurant. Willie Burgers is an old-fashioned burger place that has been ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

Drying apples for snacks or décor

By Constance Smith Making your own dried apples is a fun way to use that seasonal autumn fruit. Dried apples are not only a delicious ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

My love for Hartselle

By Bettye English My, what I have learned about Hartselle during the past few years! It is amazing! From the 1830s until around the 1960s, ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

Early family memories of Hartselle

By David Burleson  For most of the past 150 years my family has claimed Hartselle as our “hometown,” even though we all grew up on ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

Library namesake finds truth in his business

By Erin Coggins Journalist, novelist, editor, television host, author, lecturer and veteran. All are facets of Hartselle native and library namesake William Bradford Huie – ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

Unsolved mystery: A ‘who-didn’t-do-it’ story

By Michele Jackson  The biggest belief about the Hartselle Bank Robbery in 1926 is that it was never solved – but this is only partially true. Here is the story of ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

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