Editor’s note: This is the third part of a series on the history of haunted locations in Coffee and Dale County.
Genealogy research can sometimes be maddening because of the lack of record keeping that was done – especially in rural areas – in decades pas…
Direct community engagement will influence future capital improvement plans for Enterprise State Community College thanks to a new initiative established by the Alabama Community College System.
Modeled on its successful trauma response system, the Alabama Department of Public Health will partner with the University of Alabama at Birmingham to improve a similar system for improved response to stroke across the state.
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.
Enterprise YMCA Director Richard Pipkin welcomed members, family, friends and guests to the YMCA 50th Anniversary Celebration/Pool Project on Thursday, June 25. He thanked the community for helping reach their pool project goal of $75,450. Pipkin has been director of the Enterprise YMCA since 1984.
For Donna Hataway, the Coffee County School System has been like her family for much longer in her life than not, but the 2019-2020 school yea…
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.
With medical supplies in short supply all around the state and country, Enterprise High School’s engineering program has stepped up to produce…
It’s been more than 40 years since the murder of beloved Coffee County Sheriff C.F. “Neil” Grantham but his life and legacy lives on through t…
After the State of Alabama decided to shut all K-12 schools down, Enterprise City Schools made the decision to provide meals for children in the community during that time.
While classes are not in session for schools around the state, one Enterprise State Community College instructor has used this time reach out …
Grandparents filled classrooms and lunchrooms for Grandparents’ Days. On Sept. 5, third-fifth graders celebrated the event with kindergarten, first, second and sixth grade celebrating the day on Sept. 6 at Rucker Boulevard Elementary School.
Whit Armstrong has seen a lot during nearly 37 years on the board of directors of Alabama Power – from tremendous technological advances, to the evolution of Alabama’s economy, to the tragedies and recovery following some of the state’s most devastating natural disasters.
The Pilot Club of Enterprise will host the 63rd Annual Civic Night at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, April 11, at First Baptist Church of Enterprise in the fellowship hall. Refreshments will be served.
“Not all great leaders in history live in far away places,” Coppinville Training-Coppinville High School Alumni Association President Dorothy Richardson said about the late James Evans Nance, who was a leading farmer, store owner and pioneer of the predominately African American Coppinville Community in Enterprise.
The Enterprise Altrusa International Club is once again sponsoring the Enterprise pageants. The new city queens will be chosen and crowned Saturday, Feb. 23, at the Enterprise High School Performing Arts Center.
Fifth grade students presented a Christmas program for family and friends Dec. 10. Students learned and celebrated traditions for different cultures in their “December Around the World” program.
Maj. Gen. (ret) Mark McQueen, a 1978 graduate of Enterprise High School, began a new assignment as the city manager for Panama City, Fla., two weeks before Hurricane Michael slammed into the Florida Panhandle.
George Malcolm Sansbury was 15 years old when he enlisted in the United States Army.
The Daleville teen lied about his age to enlist in the military one month before the United States declared war on Germany on April 6, 1917.
Ada Ruth Marler Knight said she cried when she saw the hand crafted quilt for the first time.
“How could anyone not see the Lord’s hand in this?” the retired longtime lunchroom lady said. “Yes, I just cried.”