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One man is dead and three injured after a shooting at an apartment complex on Glover Avenue in Enterprise in the early hours Sept. 26.

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As the Daleville Warhawks (0-5) continue to search for their first win of 2020, they will step out of region play to face off against the Clas…

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The Daleville Warhawks (0-5, 0-3) continued to struggle last Friday, Sept. 18, as they fell at home to Class 3A, Region 2 foe Opp Bobcats (4-1…

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There is one less member of the Daleville Water Board after Board Chairman Charles Tongret resigned and walked out of the meeting.

After Tongret called the Sept. 15 water board to order, he read what he called a “State of the Water Board Comment” to those attending the meeting. He did not distribute copies of his presentation to the water board members or the board secretary/treasurer.

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“This doesn’t get old to me,” said Ben Baker with a smile as he looked over the crowd assembled for the groundbreaking at Newton Elementary School Friday, Sept. 18. “It’s another great day for Dale County Schools.”

Baker is the Superintendent of Dale County Schools and he was among those attending the groundbreaking ceremony for two additional classrooms at the elementary school that has grown in student up to 10 percent over each of the past three years.

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The city of Daleville will soon be home to one of Amazon’s newest last mile facilities, supporting their distribution network. The facility will be located in the former Fred’s Building on US-84, near All-In Credit Union.

Daleville Mayor Jayme Stayton and Wiregrass Economic Development Executive Director Jonathan Tullos worked with Amazon over the past six months to bring the facility to Daleville.

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The Enterprise Police Department is seeking the assistance of the local and surrounding communities in identifying the individual pictured.

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“Coming together as a team” is what Daleville City Schools Superintendent Dr. Lisa Stamps credits for the fact that the first week of school had a “great start.”

“The administrators and staff have come together as a team, working together through all the challenges that we’ve had,” Stamps told those attending the Daleville Board of Education meeting Sept. 9.

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Jonathan Tullos and Scott Farmer both agree that a “vital regional partnership” led to the announcement by United States Senator Richard Shelby of a $450,000 grant to the Southeast Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission.

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A 2.33 mile walk to honor those who run towards danger while others run away was held at Fort Rucker Sept. 11.

Hosted by the Fort Rucker Fire Department— the biggest in the Army with 215 personnel manning 21 fire stations in Southeast Alabama—the Stephen Siller Memorial Tunnel to Tower Walk is held each year to memorialize the thousands who died after the Al-Qaeda affiliated terrorist attacks on the Twin Towers in New York City Sept. 11, 2001.

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The Daleville Warhawks (0-4, 0-2) will host Class 3A, Region 2 foe Opp Bobcats (3-1, 2-0) as they continue to search for their first 2020 win.

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Daleville City Schools will be closed Wednesday, Sept.16, due to the potential for flooding and severe thunderstorms from the hurricane. 

Daleville City Schools Superintendent Dr. Lisa Stamps said that neither students nor employees will report to school and lunches will not be served.

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A Midland City man is in Dale County Jail after his arrest Monday, Sept. 14, on two charges of possession of child pornography. 

Darius Salter’s arrest stems from investigation into a report earlier Sept. 14 from officials with the Dale County Board of Education.

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The two story brick and masonry Classic Revival style building dominates Oates Drive in Newton.

Anchored by four huge white columns, the historic 36-room building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, a distinction it has held since 1974.

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A runoff for one Level Plains City council seat is set for Oct. 6

There will be a runoff between Thomas Bury and Frank Carbone for the Council Place 2 seat. Bury earned 115 votes to Carbone’s 63 votes. James L. Maxey Jr. earned 61 votes.

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The Dale County Commission is the winner of the 2020 “Award for Efficiency and Innovation in County Government – Rural Category” from the Association of County Commissions of Alabama.

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The Daleville Area Chamber of Commerce is requesting $15,000 to help make their 2021 plans a reality and the city council was asked for at least half of that amount at the Daleville City Council meeting Sept. 2.

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Region play began last Friday, Sept. 4, as the Daleville Warhawks (0-3, 0-1) fell to Class 3A, Region 2 foe Houston Academy Raiders (2-1, 1-0)…

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Labor Day weekend marks the end of another summer, with trips to the beach, the lake and other fun-filled destinations. For many, the extended holiday consists of festivities and celebrations that include consuming alcoholic beverages.

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The 1,213 Dale County voters set to vote on Fort Rucker in the Nov. 3 general election will be voting in a new location on post.

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A state level suspension for the Daleville VFW Post has been lifted.

The Francis J. “Frank” Ballard Post 6020 in Daleville is open again for business, according to Post Commander Chuck Honeycutt. The Alabama State VFW Commander lifted the suspension Aug. 13.

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A runoff for one Level Plains City council seat is set for Oct. 6

There will be a runoff between Thomas Bury and Frank Carbone for the Council Place 2 seat. Bury earned 115 votes to Carbone’s 63 votes. James L. Maxey Jr. earned 61 votes.

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Plenty of enthusiasm, elbow grease and energy is the reason the Boys and Girls Club of Daleville has gone from a vision to a reality.

“Words cannot express how absolutely grateful and honored we are to see this community come together to get us to this point,” said Joel T. Adams as he walked through the former Boy Scout Hut on Donnell Boulevard that has been transformed into the home of the Boys and Girls Club of Daleville.

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Jury trials will begin again in the Thirty-third Judicial Circuit.

Presiding Judge William Filmore said that the circuit, comprised of Dale and Geneva Counties, will resume Sept. 14. 

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The Daleville Warhawks (0-2) once again struggled to get on the scoreboard as the Dale County Warriors (1-1) came to town and picked up a 42-0…

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In the town of Newton, Lonnie E. Daniels III, defeated seated mayor William “Bill” E. Pruett Jr. with 216 votes to Pruett’s 168 votes for the …

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Incumbent Daleville Mayor Jayme Stayton and Level Plains Councilman Ronnie Thompson have been elected mayor of Daleville and Level Plains, respectively.

Stayton garnered 614 votes over challenger Charles Wigglesworth’s 225 votes to win a second term as mayor of Daleville.

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The Daleville Warhawks (0-1) will attempt to get the 2020 season on track this Friday, Aug. 28, against Class 4A’s Dale County Warriors (0-1) …

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Two citizens who came to the assistance of the Level Plains Police Chief as he struggled with a “combative and belligerent” suspect were honored at the Level Plains City Council meeting Aug. 18.

James C. Jones and Todd Halstead were awarded Certificates of Appreciation by Level Plains Police Chief Keith Gray.

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An appointment to the Daleville Board of Education has been made—finally.

Longtime DBOE member Ricky McLin was re-appointed to the school board until December by the Daleville City Council at the meeting Aug. 18.

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It was a first ever event that was a huge success.

That was the assessment of Patrick Wise as he reflected on the fact more than 3,000 viewed the first “Stakes at the Gate: The Race for Mayor” held Aug. 22 at the International Association of Machinist and Aerospace Workers Local Lodge 2003 building in Daleville.

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Allie” Elizabeth Campbell of Ozark is the new Miss Pre-Teen International.

The twelve-year-old daughter of Brooke and Ryan Campbell was crowned July 29 at the annual Miss Pre-Teen International Pageant held in Kingsport, Tenn.

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Incumbent Daleville Mayor Jayme Stayton and Level Plains Councilman Ronnie Thompson have been elected mayor of Daleville and Level Plains, respectively.

Stayton garnered 614 votes over challenger Charles Wigglesworth’s 225 votes to win a second term as mayor of Daleville.

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The Daleville Warhawks (0-1) had a tough night in the season opener on Aug. 21, falling 50-0 to the Elba Tigers (1-0) on the road.

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Several contested political seats in the municipalities within Dale County may be decided in the elections to be held Aug. 25.

The polls will be open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. in each municipality. Voters in Daleville will vote at the Cultural and Convention Center. Voters in Level Plains will vote at the Community Center Building.

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An economic development project in Dale County moved forward with the approval of a $25,000 incentive from the Dale County Commission.

At the meeting Aug. 11, commissioners unanimously approved the request of Ozark-Dale County Economic Development Corporation President Veronica Crock in support of the project that will involve more than 100 jobs.