The Level Plains Police Department and Dale County Sheriff’s Office are investigating a scam where a caller falsely claims to be a DCSO detective, according to a LPPD press release.
Hybrid Pro Wrestling made its return to Daleville on Saturday, Sept. 7, and headlined its “Southern Brawl” event with a pair of championship matches.
The Daleville Warhawks (3-0, 1-0) continued their winning ways on Friday, Sept. 6, with a 44-13 thumping of Class 2A, Region 2 foe Houston Cou…
The Daleville High School Homecoming Parade is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 3, and organizers are asking all interested participants to contact them as soon as possible.
DHS Homecoming Parade entry forms are available at Daleville High School and Windham Elementary School, according to Angelia W. Fulford, DHS Leadership Team Chairperson and Student Government Association Advisor.
It began as an idea to benefit emergency medical services in Dale County and has ended up winning a statewide award for excellence.
The Dale County Commissioners accepted the award on behalf of the citizens of Dale County during the Association of County Commissions of Alabama Annual Convention Aug. 22 in Orange Beach.
The rising cost of health insurance and what to do about it was discussed at a Dale County Commission work session Aug. 27.
Dale County Commission Chairman Mark Blankenship said that the county health insurance fee may increase some $70,000 next year.
First Lt. William B. Pickel, 30, has been identified as the soldier who died during training on Sunday, Sept. 1 after being medically evacuated to Southeast Health Medical Center, according to a press release from Fort Rucker Public Affairs Officer David Agan.
Two Dale County men have been arrested in connection with a burglary at the Ariton softball complex.
Austin Jones and William Jefferies, both of Ariton, have been charged with third-degree burglary and first-degree theft of property in connection with the burglary at the softball complex which is located on Claybank Street in Ariton.
“Misinformation that is being circulated,” is what Ozark-Dale County E911 Executive Director Paula Simmons and E911 Board Chairman Frankie Wilson called statements from the Midland City Emergency Medical Services Coordinator about a recent medical emergency at Dale County High School.
At the Dale County Commission meeting Aug. 13 Simmons and Wilson both disputed Midland City’s EMS Coordinator Jeff Atkins' claim that his volunteers did not respond to a cardiac arrest call from Dale County High School—which is in Midland City—on Aug. 6 because they had not been contacted.
A Daleville teen was arrested and charged by Enterprise Police Department in connection with a shooting that injured two, according to a release from EPD Public Information Officer Lt. Haglund.
Level Plains Police Chief Keith Gray provided an update to the Level Plains City Council regarding a rash of vehicle burglaries at its regular meeting on Aug. 20.
New Superintendent Dr. Lisa Stamps is hoping to inspire teamwork, promote school pride and community support, and bring more opportunities to …
The Enterprise Police Department has made an additional arrest in the investigation of the recent vehicle burglaries that took place in multiple neighborhoods in Enterprise, according to a press release from EPD Public Information Officer Billy Haglund.
New Daleville coach Desmond Lett is the fourth head coach in four seasons at DHS but he hopes to finally bring stability to a position that ha…
At the end of the Daleville City Council’s Aug. 6 meeting, citizen and parent Joel Adams spoke to the council about the ending of the Dalevill…
An Enterprise man was arrested in connection with the recent vehicle burglaries that took place in multiple neighborhoods in Enterprise, according to a press release from Enterprise Police Department Public Information Officer Lt. Billy Haglund.
How to succeed on and off the the baseball field was the focus of five baseball coaches as they shared life skill tips at the 2019 Amateur Athletic Union National Championship Opening Ceremony held at the Ozark Civic Center July 18.
The Daleville Public Library Foundation donated $300 to Windham Elementary School on Friday, Aug. 2, in time for the start of the 2019-20 school year. WES Principal Chris Mitten said the funds would be added to the school’s fund to purchase school supplies, including backpacks, for students who need them.