Dear editor, Doing business in downtown Hartselle has a couple of difficulties that business owners have to overcome. There is little to no room to ... Read more
By Phillip Hines Imagine being notified you had won a contest, and for the rest of your life, you would receive $86,400 every 24 hours! You could use the ... Read more
2 days ago by Staff Reports.
The rush to buy gifts for Christmas isn’t something new. I remember my parents set aside the last Saturday before the holiday to go Christmas ... Read more
2 days ago by Clif Knight.
Hartselle’s neighbor to the south, Falkville, was incorporated at roughly the same time as Hartselle, the 1870s. One man, Decatur merchant Louis M. Falk, named the ... Read more
3 days ago by Bill Stewart.
The other afternoon, I was visiting the hospital. I got on the elevator with a stranger. The door opened on my selected floor. As I ... Read more
1 week ago by Staff Reports.
Many older Enquirer readers will remember the last governor of Alabama to come from Morgan County. He was Albert Preston Brewer, who succeeded to the governorship when the ... Read more
1 week ago by Bill Stewart.
A battery-operated table model Zenith radio ushered in a new era of entertainment for our farm family in 1938, but it paled in comparison to the ... Read more
2 weeks ago by Clif Knight.
Many years ago, before the advent of pensions and various assistance programs, impoverished men and women who had no relatives who could furnish them with the ... Read more
2 weeks ago by Bill Stewart.
By Phillip Hines While driving, I like to amuse myself with other people’s bumper stickers and vanity license plates. Have you noticed lots of people have ... Read more
2 weeks ago by Staff Reports.
Tomorrow, Oct. 31, is Halloween. I can remember going to Halloween carnivals in the old combination gym-auditorium at Morgan County High School. I especially enjoyed ... Read more
3 weeks ago by Bill Stewart.
The arrival of cold weather reminds me of a hog-killing day in rural East Central Alabama three-quarters of a century ago. If cotton was the ... Read more