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“Safety for your dollars” was the topic at the Coffee County Education Retirees Association meeting March 17 at Po Folk’s Restaurant in Enterprise. 

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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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As COVID-19 continues to spread across the state, Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey announced on July 29 that she was extending her Safer at Home Order, w…

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Following Gov. Kay Ivey’s new mask order, the Coffee County Commission has announced that all county buildings will require a mask or facial covering for entry beginning 5 p.m. on July 16.

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Councilwoman Sonya Wheeler Rich is seeking her first elected term as a representative for the Enterprise City Council, District 1, in the upcoming Enterprise municipal election in August.

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The Enterprise Police Department issued a statement on July 22 informing the public of a phone scam going around the Enterprise area.

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How to Respond to “Blue” is the topic of a response seminar and social distancing unity fellowship to be held Saturday, July 18, at 11 a.m. in the parking lot of College Plaza. Mayor William “Bill” Cooper, District 1 Councilman Sonya Wheeler Rich, representatives of the Enterprise Police Department and other special guests will be speaking.

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In continued response to COVID-19, Enterprise State Community College will offer students more online, reduced-capacity hybrid and virtual synchronous classes this fall while Alabama Aviation College students will have staggered schedules and a modified block system for the fall semester. 

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Main Street Enterprise is hosting this year’s Back to School Bash July 17 from 4:30-9 p.m. Come downtown to kick off tax-free weekend with music in the streets, in-store promotions and a pop-up event in the Enterprise Public Library.

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As COVID-19 cases across the state continues to rise, Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey announced on Wednesday, July 15, that she was issuing a statewide …

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At the July 13 Coffee County Commission meeting, Coffee County EMA Director James Brown updated the commission on the county’s COVID-19 number…

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Former Club Yesepoch President Marilyn Yelverton, left, passes the gavel to newly elected President Janie Rogers. Club Yesepoch, Inc., installed new officers on June 30. 

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The Coffee County School System is in the process of identifying all persons with disabilities, ages 3-21 years, who are not enrolled in an educational setting, and all 0-3-year-old children with disabilities.

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The Coffee County Family Services Center free income tax preparation program is continued through July 15, by appointment only. Call (334) 393-8538 to schedule your appointment.

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The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency formally charged Anthony Miguel Bishop with two counts of murder following a fatal traffic accident on July 6.

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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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Following Gov. Kay Ivey’s extension of the “Safer at Home” order last week, Alabama State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris spoke exclusively wi…

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The Southeast Sun won 47 awards, including first place in the General Excellence Division for the sixth time in seven years, and the Advertising Sweepstakes for the sixth consecutive year, when the 2020 Alabama Press Association Media Awards were announced by Dee Ann Campbell of the AMA Contest Committee on Friday, June 26.

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The June meeting for the DAV Wiregrass Chapter 99, located in New Brockton, will be held on Thursday, June 25, at 6 p.m. in the New Brockton Town Park located at 202 S. John’s Street. Please bring an outdoor chair if you have one available. For further information, contact Charles Lobdell at (334) 718-5707 or Mike Doran at (334) 406-6700.

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Coffee County Emergency Management Agency Director James Brown gave the Coffee County Commission an update on COVID-19 in the area.

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EHS football season tickets on hold

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Hoobler Music and the Enterprise Music Club will present the Summer Wiregrass Music Festival featuring local artists in the area.  The events consist of five concerts over four days beginning Thursday, June 18, at 7 p.m. with a voice recital by Audra Weaver. 

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Club Yesepoch, Inc. has awarded scholarships to two high school graduates in the Wiregrass area, Kahari McReynolds, a Geneva High School graduate; and Charmaine Smith, an Enterprise High School graduate, for their remarkable community service and high academic achievement.