An Alabama Department of Transportation resurfacing project on Alabama Highway 167, from north of Alabama Highway 123 in Hartford to the Dale County line, will begin Monday, Feb. 15, weather permitting
The Dale County Commission Compliance Officer post remains unfilled after commissioners again could not agree on its entry-level salary.
Grinding out victories has sort of become a regular thing for the Daleville Warhawks, but you’ll get no complaints from them.
Daleville’s football season officially came to a close when the school hosted the annual awards banquet Jan. 21.
Teachers in Fort Rucker Schools, Enterprise City Schools, Daleville City Schools, Ozark City Schools and Coffee County Schools are eligible to apply for the 2016 Fort Rucker Thrift Shop Teacher Grant program.
Attorney General Luther Strange today released public statements about formal complaints received by his office concerning possible unlawful prohibitions of firearms in Daleville, Vestavia Hills and Decatur. After reviewing and investigating each complaint, the Attorney General’s Office worked with the public entity to achieve compliance with state law.
They uphold the highest standards in scholarship, leadership, service and character and now 30 Daleville High School students have been recognized and inducted into the prestigious National Honor Society as of Jan. 28.
Some 50 “Pride of the South” musicians tried out for District Honor Band and the Alabama All-State Band. Of those, 29 made the district group and eight triumphed with placement in the All-State Band.
After an 11-day hiatus from in-game competition, Daleville coach Blake Garner wasn’t sure how his team would fare in its opening round game in the Class 3A, Area 3 tournament.
Both Daleville basketball teams have had successful seasons so far and earned the right to host the Class 3A, Area 3 Tournament, but neither is taking any opponent lightly.
Dale County Commission Chairman Mark Blankenship has met all the requirements to earn the designation as a graduate of the Alabama Local Government Training Institute.
The Daleville City Council announced at its regular meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 2, that it would begin recognizing those employees who have worked for and with the city for many years.
Members of the Daleville Chamber of Commerce and Daleville High School's JROTC program teamed up on Friday, Feb. 5, to start cleaning up the city's local dog park in preparation for the spring.
The Davis/McLeod District Annual Love Banquet is set for Saturday, Feb. 6, at 6 p.m. at the Daleville Cultural Arts Convention Center. Tickets are $15 each. For ticket information, call (334) 389-4277. The banquet is sponsored by the District Mission Department.
St. Michael’s Episcopal Church in Ozark will hold its annual Pancake Supper Tuesday, Feb. 9, from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Parish Hall.
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