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A large crowd of Enterprise residents, of all races, showed up on Wednesday, June 3, to hold a peaceful protest against racism and the killing of black Americans by police officers.

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The 2020 New Brockton queens were crowned Saturday, May 30. Maddison Bragg, left, was crowned Miss New Brockton and Josie Martin, right, was c…

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Enterprise High School Principal Brent Harrison on May 26 officially departed from his alma mater to take over as principal at Saraland High School.

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Mindy Collier, left, Wiregrass United Way representative, presents a check to Enterprise YMCA Director Richard Pipkin supporting the YMCA pool project. 

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Never underestimate the impact of one person when it comes to speaking up for Biblical principles. A story I once read about a fourth-century monk from Asia named Telemachus illustrates that impact.

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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.

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Celebrating its fifth anniversary this month, Bedzzz Express opened in Enterprise in May 2015 and has been dutifully serving customers ever since. 

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Family owned and operated for over 30 years, Coffee Auto Repair has served the community at its current location of 626 Glover Avenue in Enterprise since 2001. 

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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.

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After being forced to close due to COVID-19 guidelines, Enterprise’s Yancey Parker’s is back open and busier than ever, and its owners couldn’…

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The Alabama High School Athletic Association’s Central Board approved the new area alignments for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year’s spring …

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Enterprise has a long history with football success – and even some NFL talent – but currently one Enterprise native, Michelle (Robinette) McK…

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On May 11, New Brockton High School revealed plans for its 2020 Graduation Ceremony to be held at Gamecock Stadium on May 19.

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The Daleville Police Department, and other law enforcement agencies, responded to a vehicle accident on Highway 84 in Dale County at approxima…

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The Coffee County Family Services Center free income tax preparation program will be continuing May 15, by appointment only. Call (334) 393-8538 to schedule your appointment.

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Prior to the COVID-19 disruption, the Huntingdon College Office of Student Affairs and Office of College and Alumni Relations were preparing to host the inaugural Huntingdon College Leadership Convocation

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The Enterprise Tourism Department, Main Street program, Chamber of Commerce and the Enterprise Fire Department are teaming up to help businesses in the reopening process after a month-long business shutdown.

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River Bank & Trust Wiregrass Region President J. Robbin Thompson is pleased to announce that Alex Culbreth, Kelley Marler and Angie Sullivan have been promoted to Assistant Vice President.

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The way to finance some of the capital projects that the Enterprise City Council is considering was discussed at the Enterprise City Council work session April 7.

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The Enterprise Farmer’s Market was open Saturday morning, April 25, for customers to purchase fruits and vegetables, boiled peanuts, local honey, jams and jellies, homemade salsa and baked goods, soaps, plants and much more. There were guidelines to follow and sampling the vendors’ products was not allowed. 

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Travis Parker, Donna Skelton and Danielle Holley are the 2020 Enterprise Man, Woman and Youth of the Year, respectively.