“The 2020 Census is more than a population count. It's an opportunity to shape your community's future.”
That is why it is so important for people to take time to answer the nine-question form, explains Scott Farmer.
The Enterprise Municipal Court will resume June 1 at the Enterprise Civic Center, with proper health and safety guidelines in place.
Municipal Court Judge Paul Sherling said in order to protect the people who enter the courtroom, the court will be following guidelines and restrictions as set forth by the State Department of Public Health and the Presiding Circuit Judge for the State of Alabama Twelfth Judicial Circuit.
“The opportunity to highlight the importance of agriculture in Coffee County and make others aware of the relationship between agriculture, industry and business and how each relies on the other.”
That is how Gavin Mauldin sees the significance of the annual Farm-City Week activities in Coffee County that have earned top honors at the state level.
“We remember the fallen, we pray for lasting peace among nations and we honor those guardians of our inalienable rights.”
With those words Veterans of Foreign Wars John Wiley Brock Post 6683 Commander Otis Smith opened the flag replacement ceremony hosted by the local VFW post and the Patriot Guard Riders at Meadowlawn Memorial Park on Geneva Highway Monday, May 25.
According to a report from WBRC News in Birmingham, Alabama State Superintendent Dr. Eric Mackey has confirmed that online classes will be ava…
On Thursday, May 21, Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey announced new amendments to her “Safer at Home” order that will allow the reopening of more busines…
On Wednesday, May 20, Enterprise High School honored EHS grad Joshua Kaleb Watson by presenting senior Colby Clark with the inaugural Joshua K…
After rumors of an outbreak of COVID-19 cases inside the Coffee County Sheriff’s Office, the Coffee County EMA and Sheriff’s Office released a…
The state’s method of controlling the COVID-19 pandemic is playing havoc on the business community, a business owner told the Enterprise City Council at the council meeting May 5.
“The goals keep changing,” Greg Padgett said. “Businesses don’t know what’s next, how to plan, how to respond.”
Phase 1 of the Enterprise Water Board replacement project is finally complete.
The announcement was made at the May 13 meeting of the Enterprise Water Works Board, held at the Farmers Market on Main Street instead of the traditional city hall location to enable the social distancing mandates created by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Recently Alabama State Superintendent Dr. Eric Mackey asked district school leaders to consider pushing back school start dates from the begin…
On May 13, the Alabama Supreme Court issued an administrative order to continue suspension of jury trials until Sept. 14 in the state.
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey issued a statement on May 14 announcing that she would not sign Senate Bill 161, which was passed earlier in the week, a…
Reid Clark is the new Enterprise Board of Education president and Rodrick Caldwell, the new vice president.
At the Enterprise Board of Education meeting May 12 Clark and Caldwell were unanimously elected to the positions they will assume at the EBOE meeting June 11.
An after school program for elementary school children in Daleville is what Joel Adams is striving to make a reality.
He is among those working with the Eufaula Boys and Girls Club to bring a Boys and Girls Club to Daleville. Others on the steering committee are April Spencer, Misty Wofford, Daleville City Schools Superintendent Dr. Lisa Stamps and Daleville City Clerk Angelia Filmore.
“A great committee that worked hard,” is what Monica Carroll credits for the state level award won by the Dale County Farm City Week Committee.
Carroll, representing the Farmers Federation Women’s Committee, chaired the 2019 Dale County Farm City Week Committee which was named the winner of the Division 1 Target Award.
A chance to win $500 is available for Enterprise High School graduating seniors.
A social media contest, sponsored by the Enterprise Tourism Department, the Enterprise Chamber of Commerce, Replica Plastics and Go Digital with Donnia, is underway.
The City of Enterprise and Enterprise Parks and Recreation has announced that the city tennis courts, pickelball courts and skate park are off…
Troy University students affected by the disruption of campus operations this spring can apply for emergency financial aid grants thanks to funding from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
The Coffee County Conservation District will hold its monthly board meeting on Thursday, May 21, at 10 a.m. in the Coffee County Commission Room in New Brockton. The number of people that can be in the room is limited so if you plan to attend, please call (334) 894-5581X3 to reserve your place.
The Alabama Department of Public Health confirmed on May 13 Coffee County’s first death caused by COVID-19.
Director of Daleville’s Department of Public Safety Allen Medley sat down to discuss Daleville’s EMS Department as he comes up on the end of his first year as director.
The first thing Medley talked about was the equipment the department has at their disposal.
Who exactly is responsible for the summer feeding program for children in the city of Enterprise became the question after the state-mandated school shutdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The matter was settled during the Enterprise City Council meeting May 5 when the council unanimously voted to turn the Summer Child Nutrition Program contract with the United States Department of Agriculture over to the Enterprise City Schools.
Ten volunteer positions on four city of Daleville advisory boards are now available.
The Daleville is currently seeking citizens volunteers to serve on the Board of Adjustments, the Industrial Development Board, the Tree Board and the Redevelopment Authority.
An opportunity for Daleville High School students to earn a degree from Enterprise State Community College is available for the next school year.
A Medical Assistant Technology degree program is being offered for the first time for the new class of high school sophomore students, Daleville City Schools Superintendent Dr. Lisa Stamps told those attending the recent board of education meeting. DHS juniors and seniors will have the opportunity to participate in the program for their remaining school years but will not have completed the entire program by their graduation, she said.
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