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Members of the Daleville Senior Center enjoyed games of bingo, food and door prizes at the Ninth Annual Sweetheart Bingo event hosted by the Fort Rucker Community Spouses’ Club at Hillcrest Baptist Church in Enterprise on Feb. 4.

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The Level Plains City Council approved two requests from Level Plains Chief Keith Gray at its regularly scheduled meeting on Jan. 21.

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Post officials gathered to pay tribute to the cultural contributions of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during a commemorative observance Wednesday, Jan 15 at Wings Chapel on Fort Rucker. The theme of the program was “The History of a King.”

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The quarterly meeting of the Fort Rucker-Wiregrass chapter of the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) was held Jan. 15 at the Dothan …

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At the regular meeting of the Daleville City Council on Jan. 7, the council approved a request from the Daleville Chamber of Commerce for use of the Daleville Cultural Arts Center for an open house membership drive meeting on Jan. 30 at no charge.

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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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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 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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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 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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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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Parade update from Daleville Chamber of Commerce: "Unfortunately due to weather we have to postpone the Christmas parade! We will have it on n…

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Daleville City Schools Superintendent Dr. Lisa Stamps and concerned parent Joel Adams spoke to the Daleville City Council on Monday, Nov. 18 at the work session about the progress being made toward bringing a Boys and Girls Club to Daleville.

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Daleville High School senior running back Jalen White has been named as the grand marshal for the Daleville Christmas parade. White brought recognition to Daleville High School this season for his accomplishments on the football field. He will be joined by Coach Desmond Lett and the entire football team will follow.

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Daleville resident Barbara Anderson was the winner of the Iron Bowl tickets which was the Alabama Lions High School Leadership Forum (ALHSLF) …

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The City of Level Plains has received a $250,000 Community Development Block Grant, according to Gov. Kay Ivey’s office.

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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 L…

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At the regular meeting of the Daleville Lions Club on Tuesday, Nov. 12, Honorable Past Council Chairman Tail Twister Judge Lion Bill Filmore, …

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The Level Plains City Council approved applying for a Rebuild Alabama Act Grant at its last regular meeting on Nov. 5.

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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.

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A dedication ceremony for the new City of Daleville Prescription Drug Take Back Box was held at the regular meeting of the Daleville City Coun…

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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.

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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.

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The trial of Chad Dewayne Brogdon was continued on Nov. 4 for mental evaluation, according to 33rd Judicial Circuit District Attorney Kirke Adams.

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Alabama State Rep. Steve Clouse presented a $5,000 check to the Daleville Public Library on Oct. 24.

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The Level Plains City Council approved to pay the city’s liability, equipment and auto insurance at its last meeting on Oct. 15.

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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.”

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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.