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The Daleville High School Band is in search of instruments anyone would like to donate for needy students to use in the band. 

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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues this fall, the Alabama Hospital Association, the Medical Association of the State of Alabama and the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) have joined forces to urge Alabamians to get vaccinated for the flu.

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The Ma-Chis Lower Creek Indian Tribe of Alabama announces it is now accepting applications for assistance through its annual Low-Income Energy Assistance (LIHEAP) grant award.

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The Southeastern Public Health District is offering additional COVID-19 testing in Enterprise, Dothan and Ozark on alternating days during the month of August. 

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James R. Cambron announces his candidacy for the office of Mayor of Level Plains. He is running because he feels that the ideas and experiences he has can make the town better for all citizens. 

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The Friends of Army Aviation has a simple mission: to provide the public a chance to experience aerial flight in vintage aircraft and to educate everyone about the importance of Army Aviation, past and present.

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Most adults who have had mild to moderate COVID-19 illness can now leave isolation after completing 10 days in home isolation and persons do not need to be retested before returning to work, according to newly released Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines.

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Residents of Coffee and Dale Counties – and all over the state – will finally get a chance to vote in postponed primary run-offs next Tuesday,…

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The Daleville City Schools summer feeding program began on June 1 for all children 18 and younger. Curbside pickup will take place in front Daleville High School at 11 a.m. until June 30 and July 1-29.

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On May 27, the Daleville Alumni Association presented its first two scholarship offerings to an outgoing Daleville High School senior as well …

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“The courts are still open for business,” is the message from Thirty-third Judicial Circuit Presiding Judge Bill Filmore as the court house buildings continue to remain closed to the public due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Even though in-person hearings have been suspended until at least April 30 by the Supreme Court of Alabama, Filmore said Alabama continues to lead the country in the electronic court system that allows much of the business of the court to continue even with social distancing.

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The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) has activated a statewide informational hotline and a general information e-mail address to field questions from the public about the novel coronavirus COVID-19.

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Following hundreds of nominations nationwide and a national vote yielding more than 23,000 votes, Ashley Marshall has been named the 2020 Armed Forces Insurance Fort Rucker Spouse of the Year.

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As the number of COVID-19 cases identified in Alabama increases, State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris has provided additional guidance suspending public gatherings  of Alabamians, in an amended health order issued and applicable statewide. Under the order:

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“All books written about my grandfather, movies that are made are all assumptions; not true,” Crazy Horse Family Administrator and grandson of Crazy Horse Floyd Clown Sr. said. “They’re fiction.”

Clown spoke at the Daleville Cultural and Convention Center on Feb. 29.  Daleville was the 317th and last stop in the coast-to-coast mission to get the “truth” about his grandfather to the public.

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The Daleville Lions Club held its annual pancake supper fundraiser on Feb. 24 at the First United Methodist Church.

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The Daleville City Council had a special-called work session on Feb. 24 to discuss the pay for the next administration.

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The Daleville City Council approved Wendy’s request at its last meeting on Feb. 18 to hold a job fair at the Daleville Cultural and Convention Center.

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The Level Plains City Council, at its regular meeting on Feb. 18, approved the Level Plains Volunteer Fire Department’s request to apply for two FEMA grants.

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The Daleville Water and Sewer Board approved a contract with the Daleville Chamber of Commerce at its meeting on Feb. 18.

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The Daleville Board of Education approved the adoption of a lawsuit settlement at its regular meeting on Feb. 19.

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Daleville High School JRTOC Senior Army Instructor Col. (Ret.) and former Coppinville Junior High School student Teresa Townsend served as the guest speaker at Coppinville Junior High School’s Black History Month Program on Feb. 11.

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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.