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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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The City of Enterprise and Pea River Historical and Genealogical Society recognized the Fort Rucker 1-11th Aviation Bravo Company for its help at the Depot Museum.

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Wednesday, Nov. 7 at 5:30 p.m., a traditional wreath-laying ceremony will be conducted at the Wall of Freedom, at the entrance of Enterprise Recreational Park. 

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When Dale County voters go to the election polls Tuesday, Nov. 6, they will vote on two local referendums.

Whether to enact a tag tax to benefit emergency medical services and whether to allow the Sunday sale of alcohol are among the local issues to be decided by Dale County voters.

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Governor Kay Ivey issued a State of Emergency effective 7 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 4, for several Alabama counties in preparation for Tropical Storm Gordon.

The counties included are Baldwin, Choctaw, Clarke, Conecuh, Escambia, Mobile, Monroe and Washington.

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Ginger Hanson, left, was the speaker at the June 16 dinner meeting of the Fort Rucker Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America. Hanson is an award winning author and publisher who explained how she got started writing books and discussed interesting facts about book-writing and publishing

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Libby Harper from the Center for Vein Restoration in Dothan was the speaker at a recent dinner meeting of the Fort Rucker Chapter of the Milit…

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The Real McCoy Lunch is billed as a way to let the city community learn more about the agricultural community and vice versa.

That is exactly what happened at the Coffee County Farm City Committee’s Real McCoy lunch held Friday, April 27, at the Coffee County Complex Community Room in New Brockton.

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Fort Rucker is now open and normal operations will commence today, April 23.

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It started with two women brainstorming about ways to help others at Christmas time.

It ended with a collection of 200 new blankets that were distributed to area senior citizens.

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“A mission-ready American Army is the best chance for peace,” Command Sgt. Major James “Jay” Coquat told those attending the 2017 Veterans Tribute Ceremony.

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The 2017 Enterprise Veterans Day Parade and Memorial Tribute Ceremony events begin at 6 p.m. in Enterprise Nov. 9.

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The City of Daleville offices will be closed Friday, Nov. 10, in observance of Veterans Day. There will be no change to garbage service.

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“There are 15 sites in four counties,” said Dr. Terri Dunn, director of adult education at Enterprise State Community College. “We’re not just here at the college. We’re in Coffee County, Dale County, Geneva and Pike. We have 15 sites in those four counties.”

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The Marine Corps League Wiregrass Detachment, along with 15 organizations from Coffee, Dale, Geneva, Henry and Houston counties, are partnering to organize registration for the 12th Annual Toys for Tots program in the Wiregrass.

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On Monday, Sept. 25, L3 Technologies/Armed Fleet Support announced it filed a protest related to a maintenance contract with Fort Rucker, according to a press release on the company's website.

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“A way to honor those whose service, sacrifice and patriotism took on a new meaning, under the most difficult of circumstances,” is how Col. Tom O’Connor described the purpose of the ceremony. “A way to honor those whose strength, courage and faith were tested under the harshest of conditions and those who never gave up.”

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The public is invited to attend an open house at the Vivian B. Adams School in Ozark Wednesday, Sept. 27, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. VBAS board members, staff and Friends of VBAS will be available to give tours.

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According to a news release received from the post public affairs office Sunday afternoon, all Department of the Army Civilian employees on Fo…

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The westbound lanes of US 84 at the 196-mile marker—Holland Road—in Houston County are closed due to a structure fire, according to Alabama Law Enforcement Agency Trooper Kevin Cook.

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Fifteen percent—4,702—of the 31,137 registered voters in Dale County went to the polls or voted absentee ballots in the special primary election for United States Senator held Aug.15.

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Secretary of State John H. Merrill announces that the State of Alabama will use an electronic ballot delivery and return system for the upcoming 2017 Special Senate Election Cycle and the 2018 election cycle.
 

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Head injuries and what to do about them is part of what will be discussed at a free seminar July 28 and the public is invited.

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What to do about a voting place on Fort Rucker for the Aug. 15 special called election for U.S. Senate was discussed at the Dale County Commission meeting July 11.

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What to do about a voting place on Fort Rucker for the Aug. 15 special called election for U.S. Senate was discussed at the Dale County Commission meeting July 11.

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During CMA fest on Saturday, June 10, in Nashville, Tenn., Sgt. 1st Class (ret.) Eric Long was recognized for receiving a home in Enterprise t…

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Fort Rucker is gearing up for its 2017 Freedom Fest, where military and civilians alike can enjoy music, food and games on post.

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“Alabama and the United States military go together like butter and molasses on a warm biscuit,” is the way Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey put it. “The Wiregrass coalition being formed today will be a great asset to support Fort Rucker.”

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On Friday, May 5, the 1st Battalion, 212th Aviation Regiment, 110th Aviation Brigade welcomed a new commander during a Change of Command cerem…

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Three members of the AUSA Fort Rucker-Wiregrass chapter were recognized during a luncheon on Thursday, April 7, for their efforts to further m…

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Wednesday, May 3, is the date set for an emergency weather alert notification webinar that will be held at the Dale County Government Building in Ozark and all those interested in attending are invited.

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What emergency management authorities are calling “a potent storm system” is expected to move across the region again Wednesday, April 5.

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The Dale County Republican Party met on March 20, 2017.  Speakers for the meeting were Ben Baker, Dale County Schools superintendent; Dr. Rich…

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Daleville Mayor Jayme Stayton and the city council pinned the city’s new queens following the March 21 city council meeting.

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UPDATE: The name of the person who died in the single engine plane crash near Dadeville Tuesday, March 28, is Jeannette Carol Currier, 66.

David Lee Currier, 67, of Daleville, was airlifted to a Columbus, Ga. hospital, according to Tallapoosa County Sheriff Jimmy Abbett.

A plane that crashed in Tallapoosa County Tuesday, March 28, had taken off from the municipal airport in Enterprise before noon Tuesday.