County health departments in the Southeastern Public Health District will no longer use the NIC online scheduling system to book vaccination appointments.
The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) participated in the annual Healthy and Safe Swimming Week, May 24-30, an initiative of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Four people have put their name in the hat for the second Daleville City Schools Board of Education vacancy in as many months.
Johnny Buchannon, Debra Latremore, Frank Moore and Robert Williams each submitted a letter of interest in filling the remainder of DBOE member Barbara Davis’s term which is set to expire May 31, 2022.
Graciana Doster is named Coffee County Distinguished Young Woman after a competition Friday, June 4 at the Enterprise High School Performing Arts Center.
This year’s program included the DYW for Dale and Geneva Counties in the event.
Chief Warrant Officer 5 Jonathan P. Koziol was bid farewell and Chief Warrant Officer 5 Michael L. Lewis Jr. welcomed as the Chief Warrant Officer of the Aviation Branch during a Change of Responsibility Ceremony held at Fort Rucker May 27.
“I’m not a lawyer. I’m not a politician,” said Tommy Tuberville, smiling and shaking his head. “I’m just somebody who loves this state and country—and I’m trying to help.”
With a system update, financial report and recommendation for a successor, longtime E911 Coordinator Lon Jones gave his final report to the Enterprise E911 Board of Directors at a meeting May 18.
A Samson woman was arrested after leaving the scene of an accident in which she was involved.
Debra Johnson Strickland, 38, was arrested approximately one mile from the crash scene after a two-vehicle traffic crash that occurred at approximately 4:35 p.m. Saturday, June 5,
The Enterprise Police Department has made an arrest in the May 30 shooting that occurred in the 100 block of Anthony Circle in Enterprise.
Seth Caleb Eddis, 22, of Enterprise is charged with shooting into an occupied dwelling, first-degree assault, two charges of unlawful possession of a controlled substance, second-degree unlawful possession of marijuana and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.
The Dale County Sheriff’s Department is asking the public for information about a woman found dead in the Woodham’s Bridge area in Dale County.
DCSO Chief Deputy Mason Bynum said that the unidentified female was found in the 8000 block of South County Road 20 June 3 after law officers responded to a call at about 1:30 p.m. reporting “a suspicious circumstance.
Enterprise Police Department Sgt. Bobby Harlin, left, is presented the Extra Mile Award from Enterprise Mayor William Cooper at the Enterprise City Council meeting May 18.
Graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2021 at Enterprise High School were held for the second consecutive year in a morning ceremony on Thursday, May 27 at 9 a.m.
A Red Level woman has been arrested in connection with a June 2 robbery at Wells Fargo Bank.
Sagen Hope Marie Brousseau, 21, is charged with first-degree robbery of the bank located at 619 Boll Weevil Circle in Enterprise.
“Live every day to the fullest—take advantage of every day you have on earth because you don’t know when it will be your last.”
That’s what Lt. Col. Keith Haskin said he thinks of when he remembers Army Spc. Henry Jarrett “Mitch” Mayfield Jr. “And always train hard. He was probably one of the hardest workers we had in the battalion. What he did every day to train and get ready and get mission focused is a lesson for everyone who is in the Army— and really just life in general.”
“Folks talk about change in this world, change in this community,” Col. Charles Ward told Daleville High School graduating seniors. “But folks, it starts with you—each and everyone of you.”
The National Beta Club at Hillcrest Elementary School has been named a 2021 National Beta All Star Service award winner.
The club earned this award by spending an average of 50 to 75 hours per member serving their school, community and state this year
The name of a young Navy ensign killed by a domestic terrorist Dec. 6, 2019 in Pensacola, Fla., has been added to the Wall of Freedom at the Enterprise Recreational Park.
The laying of a wreath followed by a rendition of “Taps” in honor of fallen comrades was part of the Memorial Day Ceremony held Friday, May 28, on Fort Rucker.
Active duty military members, civilian community leaders and elected officials joined representatives of veterans’ service organizations and Gold Star family members in the ceremony held in the memorial garden in front of the Army Aviation Museum on post.
The Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program is a federally funded program administered by the Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries, Farmers Market Authority Section.
As a continuation of Mayor William E. Cooper’s “Repair and Refresh” initiative, several employees from the Public Works Department spent their Saturday working to spruce up Enterprise City Hall.
Enterprise High School will be providing a live stream of the graduation ceremony on Thursday, May 27, at 9 a.m. for all of those who are unable to attend.
Coffee County Administrator Rod Morgan has been elected the 2021-2022 president of the Association of County Administrators Alabama (ACAA), the statewide association representing Alabama’s county administrators.
A long-awaited lane expansion on Highway 167 North, resurfacing of Main Street and several additional state highway improvements will be taking place soon in the City of Progress.
Mary Cam Burg, a graduating senior of Enterprise High School, daughter of Trey and Nikki Burg of Enterprise and granddaughter of Charlie and Judy Burg of Ozark, is presented a gift from Chapter V of the P.E.O. Sisterhood to be used for her academic endeavors.
For the second time in as many months the Daleville City Council will appoint a person to fill a vacancy on the Daleville Board of Education.
DBOE member Barbara Davis submitted her letter of resignation from the board citing the fact that she is no longer a Daleville resident.
A citizen request for an adjustment to a $900 water bill was approved at the Daleville Water Board meeting May 18.
The Daleville Water Board voted to make the adjustment after seeking an opinion from the board attorney, Henry Steagall, on the request.
A firefighter with 28 years of service to the city of Enterprise has been named interim fire chief.
Chris Davis was unanimously appointed to serve as interim chief by the Enterprise City Council at the meeting May 19.
The search for a new superintendent for Coffee County Schools took the next step forward in the form of a stakeholder survey designed to garner citizen input about their expectations in the ideal candidate.
The community survey is the most recent in a search process that began after Coffee County School Superintendent Kevin Killingsworth announced his plan to retire effective Aug. 31 at the April 8 CCBOE meeting.