Former Enterprise softball player Emily Smith is about to take the journey of a lifetime.
New Brockton will be looking for a new girls basketball coach to lead the Lady Gamecocks next season.
Enterprise High School continues to make history.
Enterprise used a strong second half to close its spring football with a 24-7 win against Dothan May 15 in Troy.
A few questions were answered about how the New Brockton Gamecocks will fare this upcoming fall in their recent spring football game.
Enterprise High School has found its new baseball and girls basketball coaches.
It was there for the taking.
It may be the week of Enterprise's spring football game against Dothan, but the Wildcats are still focusing on improving themselves.
New Brockton coach Justin Jones won’t be short of options this coming fall when he decides to select his team.
Staff Sgt. Cuong Le knows how to make the best of bad situations.
Enterprise quarterback Koty Fulton-Tice is the latest in a growing list of Wildcats to win MVP awards at National Underclassmen Combine events this spring.
Somebody forgot to tell the Enterprise softball team it was supposed to be the underdog.
Registration is now open to participate in Alabama’s Largest Annual Multi-Sport Amateur Athletic Event.
The EHS softball team earned its only win against Prattville this season when it mattered most.
The Enterprise football program is looking for where the pieces of its 2015 team into place, especially on offense, during spring practice.
The first ever Christian Mission High Tea and Fashion Show Saturday, May 2, was a great success, according to organizers. The event was held as a fundraiser for the mission’s women’s shelter. Modeling fashions that are available for sale at the Christian Mission Stores in Enterprise, Elba, Geneva and Troy are, from left, Gladysa Sangland, Sylvia Smith, Ashley Grace, Christian Mission Center Program Director Harolyn Benjamin, Beth Brand, Jenna Rowe, Tonya Howard, Susan Boyles, Schoen Heier Bonura and Deanna Borders.
From left, Fred McCullough, Izik McCullough, Pennie Jordan and Davita Woods.
Image of the identity theft suspect provided by the Dale County Sheriff's Department.