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)
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.
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.
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.
A two-day event planned for Oct. 26 and 27, centers around a skirmish known as the Battle of Newton. The clash that took place in 1865 between Union and Confederate soldiers during the Civil War. According to an official release from the Battle of Newton Society, “Over 150 years ago a small band of townsmen and Newton Home Guard fended off an attack by Capt. Joseph Sanders’ band of deserters and outlaws.”
It was a day to celebrate as the news spread through the faculty, staff, and school about Windham Elementary School raising their score from an “F” to a “C” on the Alabama Report Card. The 19 point increase was a significant upgrade from the previous year.
In a quick Daleville City Council meeting on Oct. 15, the council approved payment of bills in the amount of $73,620.38. Those bills include regular payments for electricity and phone as well as unexpected repairs to the sanitation truck.
If there are people living with the horror of domestic abuse within the Fort Rucker community, it doesn't have to be that way, according the U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence and Fort Rucker Commanding General Maj. Gen. David J. Francis.
A not guilty and not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect plea and arraignment waiver was filed on Tuesday, Oct. 15, at the Dale County Courthouse for both charges against Chad Dewayne Brogdon following his grand jury indictment, according to Brogdon’s attorney Nick Bull.
Base housing at Fort Rucker is getting upgraded and renovated as part of a $325 million investment Corvias has with the Department of Defense to modernize homes across six Army posts.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Klondyke Gospel Music Center will be hosting the following concerts: Aug. 10, Benton Brothers Bluegrass from Banks; Aug. 17, Giles Family from Ozark; Aug. 24, Sonrise Alabama from Daleville; and Aug. 31, Jesse Tadlock from Montgomery. The center is located halfway between Newton and Ozark on Hwy. 123 South.