At the regular meeting of the Daleville Lions Club on Tuesday, Nov. 12, Angelia Filmore, left, was recognized for 20 years of service in the Lions Club. Daleville Lions Club President Steve Kirkland presented Filmore with a Chevron from Lions Clubs International. (Photo by Emily Edwards)
Some within the Fort Rucker community are apparently confused as to who can park in handicapped parking spaces and who can't.
Fort Rucker's 6th Military Police Detachment is the best military police detachment in the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command for fiscal year 2019.
One year after Luther Baker died in 1952 the black metal boll weevil he had painstakingly handcrafted was stolen from its perch atop the Boll Weevil Monument in the center of Main Street in Enterprise.
The original metal bug—never to be seen on the monument again—took his grandfather some six months to create, Roscoe Baker—called R.J.—said as he told the story of the original bug’s origins.
Corvias Foundation, a private charity founded by John Picerne to support educational opportunities for military families, recently launched its 2020 scholarship applications available to military spouses and children of active-duty service members.
In the October general membership meeting, AUSA chapter president Col. (ret) Mark Jones, left, and AUSA Executive Secretary Tanya Hatley, righ…
The Daleville Lady Hawks (3-0) finished off the Daleville Tip-Off Classic last week with wins over both Wicksburg and Houston Academy after op…
“Preparation for trial begins the day the investigation begins,” said Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall as he surveyed the hundreds of law officers attending the 11th Annual Wiregrass Law Enforcement Conference held Nov. 8 at the the civic center in Ozark. “It’s not just at the time of the arrest.”
The annual law enforcement training conference has been sponsored for more than a decade by Thirty-third Judicial Circuit District Attorney Kirke Adams, Twelfth Judicial Circuit District Attorney Tom Anderson, Twentieth Judicial Circuit District Attorney Pat Jones and Twenty-second Judicial Circuit District Attorney Walt Merrell.
Mary Catherine Dulaney is the 2020 Distinguished Young Woman of Dale County.
The Houston Academy senior was chosen after a program held Oct. 13 in Ozark. Dulaney also won the “Be Your Best Self”s essay, fitness, talent and self expression awards for a total scholarship award of $3,100.
November is National Adoption Month and Dale County promoted the importance of giving children permanent, safe and loving families through adoption with a proclamation signing Nov. 14 at the Dale County Courthouse in Ozark.
In the regular meeting of the Daleville City Council on Tuesday, Nov. 5, the council unanimously voted to approve a retail beer license for Dirt Road Hemp Co., located at 141 Daleville Avenue.
Col. (ret.) Chaplain Sonny Moore spoke to Daleville High School students on Thursday, Nov. 7, about three things to remember about Veteran’s Day. During his speech he took time out to recognize DHS senior running back Jalen White. Moore pinned White an honorary colonel and congratulated him on all his accomplishments on the football field this season.
Maj. Gen. David J. Francis, Commanding General of the United States Army Aviation Center of Excellence and Fort Rucker, was the keynote speaker at the Veterans Day program held on post on Friday, Nov. 8. Francis spoke about the importance of remembering and taking care of our veterans.
The Daleville High School Band is known as the “Pride of the South.” This year they have made Daleville proud by bringing home awards for their performance on the field as well as their performance at competitions.
Each year Christy Hixson, Windham Elementary School Media Specialist, creates a theme and decorates the library for the children to enjoy while visiting the book fair. This year the theme was fall in love with books.
The Daleville Lions Club is inviting the community to support the fourth annual food drive now through November 18. Canned goods and nonperishable food items can be dropped off at several Daleville locations including the Daleville Water Department, Daleville Optical and the Daleville Library.
The Daleville Warhawks (7-4) hoped to gain a measure of revenge from the 2018 playoffs on Friday, Nov. 8, on the road against the Leroy Bears …
Daleville City Schools Superintendent Dr. Lisa Stamps and her staff, working with community leaders and parents are getting closer to bringing an after school and summer program to Daleville. After the former afterschool program was discontinued, concerned parent Joel Adams began looking for other options.
Daleville City Police Chief Allen Medley announced the addition of a new ambulance and rescue golf cart as well as two new rooms built inside the rescue bay to provide a place for rest while on duty.
The JROTC program is in full swing for the 2019-2020 school yearat Daleville High School. New officers have taken command and are motivated to continue DHS JROTC’s tradition of excellence.
“October 21-25 was bus safety week and we want our drivers to know they are appreciated for taking care of our students each day,” said Dr. Lisa Stamps, Daleville City Schools superintendent.
Daleville High School Principal Josh Robertson and the leadership team are working to focus on raising ACT and WorkKeys test scores for their students.
Playoff football doesn’t see many rematches from earlier seasons – at least in the opening round – but the Daleville Warhakws (7-3) will get j…
A Daleville man pleaded guilty to multiple child pornography charges in Dale County Circuit Court Oct. 30.
Dane Corpa, 37, was sentenced to 25 years in prison after pleading guilty to 17 charges, mostly involving minors, Thirty-third Judicial Circuit District Attorney Kirke Adams said.
Students involved in JROTC had a unique opportunity this summer to attend JROTC Cadet Leadership Challenge (JCLC) camp. The JCLC camp is a five-day summer camp for JROTC cadets.
At the Daleville Board of Education meeting Oct. 18, Windham Elementary School Principal Chris Mitten and Daleville High School Principal Josh Robertson both presented the board with their continuous improvement plans.
It’s that time of year again and every school in The Southeast Sun/Daleville Sun-Courier coverage area – along with most of the schools in the…
What to do about inconsistent emergency medical service available in the south end of Dale County was again discussed by the Dale County Commission.
At the work session Oct. 22, Commission Chairman Mark Blankenship said that the Midland City EMS called the Ozark-Dale County E911 Oct. 17 to request assistance with emergency calls due to a lack of personnel.