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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.

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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.

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First responders from all over the Wiregrass area attended a training seminar on interacting with individuals with autism on Aug. 5.

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The Daleville Public Library’s new Anime Club met for the first time on Wednesday, Aug. 7, to jumpstart its journey into Japanese culture and …

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Two new members of the Daleville Area Chamber of Commerce joined together to celebrate their businesses in a joint ribbon cutting ceremony on …

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During the Fort Rucker-Wiregrass Chapter of AUSA’s quarterly general membership breakfast on Thursday, Aug. 1, United States Representative Br…

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During the Fort Rucker-Wiregrass Chapter of AUSA’s general membership breakfast on Thursday, Aug. 1, Sgt. Maj. (ret.) Sam MacMaster was honore…

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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.

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The Level Plains City Council passed various business items at its regularly scheduled meeting on Aug. 6.

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The Dale County Republican Committee is taking monetary donations for their Summer 2019 Community Outreach Project “Back Pack Buddies for the Dale County School System.” 

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Rental agreements for the Billy Adkins Community Center were tabled once again during the Daleville City Council’s regular meeting on Tuesday,…

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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.

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Murder suspect Coley McCraney pleaded not guilty during an arraignment hearing held Thursday, Aug. 8, before Circuit Judge William Filmore at …

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The Daleville Police Department have recovered cash, weapons, drugs and more following “months” of investigation.

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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.

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Prosecutors and attorneys involved in a double-murder case in Ozark have agreed to not publicly comment on the case following a judge’s ruling…

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The Daleville Public Library celebrated the end of its “out-of-this-world” summer program on Wednesday, July 17, with an ice cream party and o…

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Christian Faith Fellowship Temple will be hosting its annual Bishops World Ministry Conference from Thursday, July 18, at 7 p.m. through Saturday, July 20. For more information, call the church office at (334) 267-5006.

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Frederick R. Smith, 80, of Daleville, passed away Sunday, July 14, 2019, at Troy Regional Medical Center in Troy.

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The Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association Chapter 28-3 and the Fort Rucker Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club donated $4,000 to the Wiregrass W…

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During a change of command ceremony on Friday, July 12, Col. Whitney B. Gardner officially took over duties as the Fort Rucker Garrison Comman…

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The City of Daleville is ready for the 14th Annual Back to School Sales Tax holiday that begins at 12:01 a.m. Friday, July 19, and ends at mid…

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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.