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Many Alabama residents are spending more time inside their homes because of the COVID-19 pandemic. This means children and adults are exposed to indoor air quality problems that include radon.

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The Enterprise City Schools Board of Education voted to approve a contract for Dauphin Junior High School Assistant Principal Drew Danner to b…

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Allen Medley, left, was sworn in as Daleville Department of Public Safety Chief by Thirty Third Judicial Circuit Judge William Filmore at the …

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A work session for the first Monday in February has been set for the Daleville City Council to discuss the feasibility of live streaming city council meetings in order to provide easier access to the citizens.

At the Daleville City Council meeting Jan. 5, Daleville Mayor Jayme Stayton asked that the topic of live streaming the council meeting be tabled until the Feb. 2 council meeting. He also called for a council work session at 5 p.m. Feb. 1 during which the issue can be further addressed.

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The Wiregrass Economic Development Corporation has been awarded a $40,000 grant from the Alabama Military Stability Foundation to continue work on projects that will support and strengthen the mission of Fort Rucker and the surrounding communities.

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Joel Adams called it “a pretty emotional moment” when the children descended from the first school bus delivering them to the door of the Boys & Girls Club of Daleville three months ago.

Adams is the chairman of the board of directors for the three month old club and the driving force behind the project that transformed the former Boy Scout Hut on Donnell Boulevard into a viable children’s after school program.

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Ticket sales for the Dale County and Ozark City Schools’ musical production of “Anything Goes” starts Thursday, Jan. 14.

Tickets are on sale at the Flowers Center in Ozark each Tuesday and Thursday from 4:30 until 6:30 p.m. until the show opens Feb. 9. Additional ticket information can be obtained by calling (334) 774-0720.

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The time of the Level Plains City Council meetings has been changed to 5:30 p.m.

At the Level Plains City Council meeting Jan. 5 the council voted unanimously to change the time of the meetings which are held on the first and third Tuesday of the month at the Obetus J. Waters Park Community Center.

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The woman who has served as the executive director of the Ozark-Dale County Economic Development Corporation for five years has been selected for a state position.

Veronica Crock has been named a senior project manager at the Alabama Department of Commerce. She will be working with the Business Development Division at the department.

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Alabama Extension Service is offering a live, two-hour basic estate planning online workshop on Thursday, Jan. 14 starting at 7 p.m. 

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Coffee County EMA Director James Brown gave a COVID-19 update to the Coffee County Commission on Jan. 11 and said that things in the area and …

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Enterprise City Schools Superintendent Greg Faught gave his first COVID-19 update on Jan. 12 since students have returned from Christmas break.

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Leo Brown, left, and Joe Harris placed 25 wreaths on veteran’s graves at Mount Calvary Missionary Baptist Church, located on County Road 514, on Dec. 19 during National Wreaths Across America Day to honor the veterans who are buried there. 

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Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey announced recently that she had awarded more than $1.4 million to provide services and assistance to victims of crime in multiple Wiregrass counties, including Coffee and Dale Counties.

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Extra Mile Awards were presented to two Enterprise Water Works Department employees at the Enterprise City Council meeting Dec. 15. The two received the award after being nominated for the honor for their exemplary service by a citizen. 

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The Enterprise Chapter of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees has cancelled its lunch programs regularly scheduled every fourth Thursday of the month at PoFolks Restaurant in Enterprise. The cancellation is effective until further notice.

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The Alabama Department of Labor is announcing a new phone appointment system for unemployment compensation claimants who need assistance with their claims. 

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A single vehicle crash at approximately 12:24 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 7, has claimed the life of a Coffee County man.

Henry Robert Finedore IV, 27, of Elba was killed when the 1994 Chevy he was operating left the roadway and overturned.

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On Dec. 9, the U.S. Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against the Alabama Department of Corrections and State of Alabama over “unsafe cond…

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“A dog in school. Can you image that?

“They say a picture is worth a thousand words.  I would like to tell you what I see when I see this picture of a dog in school,” said Daleville City Schools teacher Kimberly Henderson. “I see so much more.”

As a student support services teacher for the school system, Henderson is the handler for Cassie, a five-year-old black lab who is one of the area’s first service dogs assigned “full time” to a school.

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The second of three phases of pandemic related precautionary measures for Fort Rucker began Monday, Jan. 4.

In a virtual news conference held Dec. 27, Maj. Gen. David Francis outlined Phase 2 of holiday block leave and the way forward for Phase 3.

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Alabama Supreme Court candidate for 2022, Greg Cook will be the guest speaker at the Dale County Republican Party’s Jan. 18 meeting.

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An Enterprise man is dead after being hit by a vehicle Jan. 1.

Frank Patrick Bradley Jr.,19, is dead, following the single vehicle accident that occurred at about 1:15 a.m. New Years Day, according to Enterprise Police Department Public Information Officer Lt. Billy Haglund

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According to a release from the National Weather Service, severe weather remains a possibility for New Year’s Eve and Friday. Primary threats …