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Falkville lowers cost for health insurance

A plan to lower the cost of health insurance for families of employees from 50 percent to 15 percent was approved by the Falkville Town Council at a regular meeting Sept. ... Read more

2 days ago by Clif Knight.

U.S. 31 resurfacing to begin Sunday night

Single-lane closures are to be expected on Highway 31 beginning Sunday night when a resurfacing project in Hartselle begins. The Alabama Department of Transportation today ... Read more

2 days ago by Rebekah Martin.

Morgan agents arrest six on drug charges

Special to the Enquirer   Six people are in custody on drug-related charges after Morgan County Sheriff’s Office authorities conducted a search warrant at a Somerville ... Read more

3 days ago by Staff Reports.

Hartselle City Schools students receive free breakfast, lunch for remainder of fall semester

All students in Hartselle City Schools will receive free breakfasts and lunches through the end of the year, thanks to a waiver from the USDA.   Jenny Newton, child nutrition director for HCS, said before the ... Read more

3 days ago by Rebekah Martin.

Hartselle adopts $13.3 million budget for FY 21

Hartselle City Council adopted a $13,324,230 general fund budget for FY 2020-21, with projected revenue surpassing estimated expenses totaling $12,367.499.55 at a regular meeting on ... Read more

3 days ago by Clif Knight.

What’s Popp’N donates money to Morgan schools through end of October

Hartselle’s gourmet popcorn and shaved ice shop is doing its part to help schools in Morgan County through a promotion that will run through the ... Read more

4 days ago by Rebekah Martin.

Hartselle City second-graders meet Libby virtually for kickoff

Special to the Enquirer    In an educational experience that normally features hundreds of students gathered to cheer, sing and celebrate together, this year’s Super Citizen Kickoff for ... Read more

4 days ago by Staff Reports.

Council approves Tier 1 status for city employees

The Hartselle City Council Sept. 8 approved a resolution that will change the status of all city employees from Tier II to Tier I employees in the Alabama Retirement ... Read more

5 days ago by Rebekah Martin.

Board elects Robert Elliott next Morgan superintendent

By Cassie Kuhn  For the Enquirer   The Morgan County Schools Board of Education didn’t have to look far to find its new superintendent, with five of seven ... Read more

5 days ago by Staff Reports.

Oh, the horror

Morgan County father, son film feature-length horror movie  By Catherine Godbey  For the Enquirer  Racks of vintage clothes from the 1970s, a 1909 phonograph and an ... Read more

6 days ago by Staff Reports.

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