There are no fatalities in what Fort Rucker Public Affairs Officer Jimmie Cummings called “an aviation mishap” that occurred Thursday, Feb. 25, at Hooper Stage Field in Ozark.
Field Training Officer Christopher Byrd and Police Officer Malcolm Hutchinson were each given a Police Chief’s Award for extraordinary service…
The unanimous support of the city council for the mayor’s recommendation for city administrator was met with a round of applause from those attending the Enterprise City Council meeting Feb. 16.
There was a “general consensus” of the Enterprise City Council that Michael Moore will be the next police chief for the City of Progress—but it is not official until the council takes a vote on the issue at the voting meeting March 2.
The two finalists for the Enterprise Police Chief position had interviews before the city council Feb. 18.
With a pledge to uphold the high purposes of the National Honor Society, 23 Daleville High School students were inducted into the National Honor Society at a first-ever virtual ceremony held Facebook live on the DHS Facebook page.
“Incredibly proud of the hard work by so many people that went into making this happen,” is how Chris Mitten described his reaction to the news that Windham Elementary School has been recognized by the state board of education for its improvement.
Enterprise High School’s auto mechanics program uses fun and interactive programs along with a simulated workplace to get students ready for life after school.
Coffee County EMA Director James Brown presented the County Commission with good news again at the Feb. 22 commission meeting as COVID-19 cases in the county have continued to decrease since peaking in January.
The New Brockton Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating New Brockton resident Kadance Ciera Hooper and her two children.
The New Brockton Pageant Committee presents the New Brockton Pageants to be held on Friday, April 16 and Saturday, April 17 with Baby, Toddler and Tiny Miss competition held on Friday evening and the other divisions held on Saturday.
Live streaming council meetings, signing up for an emergency notification system and putting city logos on city-owned vehicles were agenda items at a Daleville City Council work session held Monday, Feb. 1.
“Paid in full,” Dr. Ben Bowden said with a smile to Pearl Flowers as he held an umbrella over her head.
“What a testimony of faithfulness,” he added. “What a testimony of community and diligence.”
Editor’s Note: This is the third in a series of articles honoring black leaders in the history of the Wiregrass in honor of Black History Month.
The man who as served as executive director of the Wiregrass Economic Development Corporation since 2013 has been named the city administrator for the City of Progress.
At the Enterprise City Council meeting Feb. 15 Jonathan Tullos was the recommendation of Enterprise Mayor William “Bill” Cooper for the newly created position.
The Enterprise Class of 1957 made a donation to the Vivian B. Adams School in honor of a former football teammate who recently passed away.
Two members of the class brought the donation to VBAS Director Hannah Parker during the Christmas season made in memory of Dr. George Robert “Bob” Crosby who died Sept. 30, 2020 at the age of 81.
The Enterprise Police Department is investigating multiple vehicle burglaries that occurred between Feb. 13 and Feb. 15 in the Harrand Creek neighborhood.
The Daleville City Schools will delay opening for two hours in the morning Tuesday, Feb. 16, due to possible icy road conditions, according to DCS Superintendent Dr. Lisa Stamps. Students will report at 10 a.m. and staff at 9 a.m.
An Ozark man has been arrested after a high speed vehicle chase that ended in Ozark Sunday evening.
Michael Kirkley, 22, has been charged with attempting to attempting to elude.
Weather forecasts are calling for a mix of wintry precipitation during the next 24 hours, with a mix of ice and snow across the state of Alabama. The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency encourages motorists who absolutely must drive during the weather event to use extreme caution and to expect roadways and bridges/overpasses to be icy.
The Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen’s Award and Scholarship Contest, created in 1934, is intended to encourage and reward the qualities of good citizenship.
The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) has launched an online portal for individuals to check their eligibility for vaccination and make appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations at county health departments.
As a part of more than $45 million in funding that has been awarded to various counties and cities across the state, Enterprise has received $2 million for a roundabout, as a part of the Alabama Transportation Rehabilitation and Improvement Program-II (ATRIP-II).
The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) Immunization Division is currently accepting proposals to provide coronavirus vaccine activities for high-risk and underserved communities.
At the Feb. 9 Coffee County Commission meeting the commission unanimously approved the waver of the use fee for the Coffee County Farm Center …
The noise ordinance in the City of Level Plains may soon include expanded hours.
The Level Plains City Council is expected to vote at the council meeting Feb. 16 on a request by Level Plains Police Chief Johnny Summers to lengthen the time covered by the current ordinance.
Retirement benefits for some city of Daleville employees improved after the Daleville City Council voted to change the Tier II benefit plan at the first meeting in February.
A new way some residential mail is received in the City of Progress is coming.
The Enterprise Planning Commission voted unanimously Jan. 26 to amend the Enterprise Subdivision Regulations to sync with United States Postal Service mandates for centralized mail delivery.
Hiring a new city administrator and new police chief in Enterprise is moving closer to reality.
An update on the newly created position of city administrator and the vacated position of police chief was given at the Enterprise City Council meeting Feb. 2.