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The Daleville Lady Hawks (6-5, 1-1) got area play off to a start last week with road games against Cottonwood and Houston County, winning one …

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Both the Troy Trojans and Lady Trojans had a busy week of play on the basketball court last week with both picking up conference wins.

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The Daleville Warhawks (8-5, 2-0) kicked off area play last week with a pair of wins over Class 2A, Area 3 foes Cottonwood and Houston County …

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A Level Plains Police officer received a promotion at the regularly scheduled Level Plains City Council meeting on Jan. 7.

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The Daleville Senior Center held a craft sale during the month of December to raise funds for various trips and projects for the upcoming year…

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A former Daleville man charged with murder in connection with the 1990 death of his former wife will not stand trial on that charge

On the day that the murder trial of Carl Harris was due to start in Dale County, Thirty-third Judicial Circuit District Attorney Kirke Adams announced during a press conference held at the Ozark City Hall that the charges against Harris have been dropped.

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The Distinguished Young Woman of Dale County Class of 2020 Mary Catherine Dulaney is competing for Distinguished Young Woman of Alabama at the state program Jan. 17 through 18 at Frazier United Methodist Church’s Wesley Hall in Montgomery.

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A second Daleville man has been arrested in connection with two shooting deaths in Ozark Jan. 3.

Natavious J. Antwan Vaughn, 23, was taken into custody by the United States Marshal Fugitive Task Force near Enterprise Jan. 10.

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Daleville senior Janee Clements had a big night as the Lady Hawks thrashed the Dale County Lady Warriors 66-43 at home on Saturday, Jan. 4.

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Following the Daleville Warhawks’ appearance in the Dothan Hoops Classic in December, the Warhawks returned home for back-to-back games agains…

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Hybrid Pro Wrestling made its return – after a two month layoff – to Daleville’s VFW Post 6020 on Saturday, Jan. 4, with “New Year Reckoning.”

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A state award for excellence in county government was among the accomplishments of the Dale County Commission in 2019.

Commitment of the county commissioners to the success of Dale County is cited by Commission Chairman Mark Blankenship for a year of accomplishments that included working with the Ozark Dale County Economic Development Corporation to secure grants, locate businesses and support a revitalization project in the county.

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“A year of unprecedented success for Dale County Schools,” is the assessment of Dale County Schools Superintendent Ben Baker as 2019 ends and the new year begins.

The Dale County School System earned an “A” grade on the Alabama State Department of Education Report Card with a numerical score of 93 in 2019.

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That Adam Beasley is committed to Guide Dogs of America is not a question.

Even his eyes smile as he talks about the 72-year-old organization that has provided enhanced mobility and independence for thousands of the sight impaired.

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A Daleville man has been arrested and another is being sought in connection with the two shooting deaths in Ozark Jan. 3.

Xavier R. Newsome, 24, was arrested Jan. 4 at his Daleville home and is charged with two counts of capital murder during a robbery, two counts of capital murder of two or more persons and two counts capital murder while the victim is in a vehicle.

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Anyone with information about two men found dead early Jan. 3 on County Road 123 in Ozark is asked to call the Ozark Police Department.

Ozark Police Chief Marlos Walker said the two men found unresponsive were pronounced dead at the scene after the Ozark-Dale County E911 received a call at about 5:30 a.m.

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The Fort Rucker Directorate of Public Safety held a grand opening and dedication ceremony for its new fire station facility located at Runkle Stagefield in Elba on Dec. 18.

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Windham Elementary School kindergartener Hunter Merklin was surprised at school on Monday, Dec. 16, with a trip to Disney World. Five-year-old Merklin was born with retinoblastoma which is cancer of the retina of his eye.

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Fifteen cadets from Daleville High School JROTC, accompanied by Sgt. Maj. Kenneth Petty, attended the Alabama Joint Leadership Development Conference (AJLDC) in Birmingham on Dec. 9 and 10.

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Windham Elementary School students are learning transitional skills in third grade. Third grade teachers Brittany Jones, Kaylee Spann, Amanda Holmes and Kacie Devier enjoy working together to ensure all students are learning the necessary skills to move up to fourth grade.

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Windham Elementary School speech teacher Laura Bateman passed away Dec. 7 after a second battle with cancer. She was born in Fort Belvoir, Va., and graduated from Northview High School in 1984. Bateman then joined the active duty Air Force and was stationed in Germany. She participated in Desert Shield and Desert Storm.

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Santa stopped by the parties at WES on Monday, Dec. 16. The children had a wonderful time visiting with Santa.

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In a short meeting on Dec. 17, the Daleville City Council approved a request from Southeast AlabamaWorks to host a quarterly workforce summit at the Daleville Cultural and Convention Center in March of 2020 at no cost.

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The Daleville City Board of Education heard a mid-year report from Daleville High School and Windham Elementary School, approved personnel actions and approved a field trip for DHS band during its meeting Wednesday, Dec. 18.

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The Alabama State Board of Education voted to adopt a new set of mathematics standards at the monthly meeting on Dec. 12. According to the official release, these standards are poised to pave the way towards academic success for Alabama students.

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The Level Plains City Council approved the purchase of a smart TV and cable and the installation in the mayor’s office for use as a command center at its regularly scheduled Dec. 3 meeting.

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“Miraculous improvement” is the way that Ozark Police Chief Marlos Walker describes the condition of a law officer hospitalized after a shooting that occurred Thursday, Dec. 12.

Walker said Monday, Dec. 23, that OPD Officer Samuel Yoh’s “most recent surgery went very well and the doctors were able to remove a bullet from his head/eye area.”

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Every season The Southeast Sun/Daleville Sun-Courier’s Elite 11 squad is made up of some of the most talented football players in the Wiregras…

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The Alabama Sports Writers Association’s annual all state team was released on Sunday, Dec. 22, and a number of players in The Southeast Sun/D…

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Hundreds of people lined Daleville Avenue and Hwy. 84 in Daleville in the damp cold to honor Ensign Joshua Kaleb Watson as the processional made its way from Dothan to Enterprise.

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The main item for the Daleville Water and Sewer Board for the Dec. 12 meeting was the funding request from the Chamber of Commerce. In the November meeting, the board voted to give an amount to the chamber as a donation instead of as payroll. The exact amount to be given was tabled to be decided at the December meeting.

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Daleville Department of Public Safety Director Allen Medley would like for the public to be aware of the following holiday safety tips. These tips were compiled to contribute to the safety and security of people during the holiday season.

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The Daleville Warhawks (4-3) faced off against the New Brockton Gamecocks (1-7) in the opening round of the annual Daleville Christmas Tournam…

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An Ozark police officer remains hospitalized in critical condition after a shooting that occurred Thursday, Dec. 12.

According to Ozark Police Chief Marlos Walker, Samuel Yoh was shot at approximately 9:50 p.m. after OPD officers responded to a call in the 100 block of Briar Hill Court in Ozark.

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The Alabama High School Athletic Association’s Central Board approved new classifications for member schools on Tuesday, Dec. 17, and as a res…

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An Ozark police officer is hospitalized in critical condition after a shooting that occurred Thursday, Dec. 12.

According to Ozark Police Chief Marlos Walker, the shooting occurred at approximately 9:50 p.m. after OPD officers responded to a call at the 100 block of Briar Hill Court in Ozark.

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The Daleville Lady Hawks (3-2) suffered their first loss esof the season against the Geneva Lady Bulldogs (3-4) on Tuesday, Dec. 3, at Enterpr…