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The Troy football team is ushering in the Chip Lindsey Era at the school this season and with a new coach comes a new look as the Trojans will…

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Hybrid Pro Wrestling will be making its debut on July 13 in Daleville and as the show draws closer the card for the debut event “A New Journey…

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Old Coppinville was the stage for another graduation as 45 students spanning Coffee, Dale, Geneva and Covington Counties walked across the stage at the Youth Enrichment Services Program graduation on June 21.

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“The library is awesome,” J.C. Titan, owner of Titan Magic, told children during his June 26, space-themed performance at the Daleville Public…

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The Level Plains City Council Deferred Prosecution Committee announced it wanted to introduce a deferred prosecution resolution to the city at the regularly scheduled Level Plains City Council meeting on July 2.

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Sisters Anna Grace and Maddie Cole were recognized at the Level Plains City Council meeting on July 2 for their help with the bicentennial no-host community luncheon.

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Daleville will return as a member of the Wiregrass Economic Development Corporation after being absent for seven years.

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Fort Rucker offered visitors some early Fourth of July fun during Freedom Fest on Wednesday, July 3, with activities, games, food and more.

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Alabama citizens have been and continue to be encouraged by local and state government officials to help Alabama keep its funding and congress…

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Visitors to the Enterprise Farmer’s Market saw a little more of a Southern summer staple during the market’s Watermelon Day on Saturday, June 29.

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Fort Rucker is gearing up for its 2019 Freedom Fest, where military and civilians alike can enjoy music, food and games on post.

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An Enterprise man was arrested on Thursday, June 27, after a license check performed by Daleville police led to the seizure of drugs and a weapon.

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An Ozark man is in Dale County Jail on 13 counts of theft and burglary from at least eight locations.

Nashun L. Williams, 26, was arrested June 24 in connection with the burglaries and thefts that occurred between May 1 and June 23, according to Ozark Police Chief Marlos Walker.

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A new hair salon and spa in Daleville on Highway 84 East celebrated its grand opening on Saturday, June 1, with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Stu…

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Members of the Daleville Area Chamber of Commerce learned about other members, what chamber membership offers and other chamber business durin…

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An invitation to join a group that strives to promote an informed electorate was given at the Dale County Republican Executive Committee meeting June 17.

Republican Women of Coffee County President Johnna Roberts issued an invitation to those attending the Dale County GOP meeting to join the 100-member club.

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A resident of a Montgomery assisted living facility suffered a heat stroke after being left in a facility van for six hours.

“This is one of the most shocking incidents I have seen in my 25 years of representing elderly individuals who have been neglected,” said Enterprise attorney J.P. Sawyer, who is representing the family of the elderly woman. “It’s our understanding that one of the other residents had to bring the fact that she was missing to the attention of the staff.”

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Two Daleville men received diplomas from Daleville City School Superintendent Dr. Diane Flournoy during a graduation ceremony held at the Vivi…

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“To be the voice of public education retirees,” is just part of what the Dale County Education Retirees Association members do.

A review of the accomplishments of the past year were presented at the recent meeting during which past officers of the association were also honored.

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President of the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Gen. (ret.) Carter F. Ham focused about the importance of family and honored the…

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Mayor Jayme Stayton is reminding Daleville citizens of of city ordinances regarding dogs after receiving a number of complaints.

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The United States Army Aviation Center of Excellence and Fort Rucker welcomed a new commanding general during a change of command ceremony hel…

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An amphitheater for the Dale County Performing Arts Council moved closer to reality with a $25,000 Community Development Grant from the Wiregrass Resource Conservation and Development Corporation.

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Vendors, queens and city officials celebrated the opening of the Daleville Farmer's Market on Thursday, June 6, with a ribbon cutting ceremony…

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The Fort Rucker-Wiregrass Chapter of AUSA presented a $1,000 donation to the Wiregrass Wounded Veterans Committee for its project to build a h…

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Aero Real-Estate held a free community meal event on Wednesday, May 29, offering fried fish and other options to Daleville citizens. This is t…

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A Dale County grand jury has indicted Ozark murder suspect Coley McCraney, finding enough evidence to allow for a trial.

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During it’s regular meeting on Tuesday, June 4, the Daleville City Council approved dates for a two-day music festival supporting wounded warr…

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State road projects for Dale, Coffee and Geneva Counties were the focus of two public meetings hosted by the Alabama Department of Transportation in government buildings in each county.

The local ALDOT meetings were among those held throughout the state to gather input from all 67 counties about the Statewide Transportation Improvement Plan.

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Now-retired Daleville High School English teacher Julane Pettis was named the school’s 2018-19 Teacher of the Year, a great accomplishment aft…