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Dec. 6 marked the one-year anniversary of the death of Enterprise native Navy Ensign Joshua Kaleb Watson and two other Navy sailors who were k…

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Enterprise City Schools reported 41 new positive COVID-19 cases over the past week, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health.

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Alabama State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris spoke with The Sun last week to discuss the incoming arrival of COVID-19 vaccines to Alabama and…

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After a strong showing the prior week, the Troy Trojans had another tough day this past Saturday, Nov. 7, in a frustrating 20-13 loss to Sun B…

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Editor's note: This is the fourth and final part of a series of reportedly haunted locations in Coffee and Dale County. 

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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. 

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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.

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As COVID-19 cases across the state continues to rise, Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey announced on Wednesday, July 15, that she was issuing a statewide …

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At the July 13 Coffee County Commission meeting, Coffee County EMA Director James Brown updated the commission on the county’s COVID-19 number…

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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.

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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. 

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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…

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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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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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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.

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Enterprise’s own Jarrod Alberich used his childhood passion for comic books to go from the self-proclaimed “Yard Sale Artist” to creating his …

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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.

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Who is the oldest, living Enterprise native-born son or daughter?

That is the person that the Enterprise Centennial Committee is trying to locate.

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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.

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The New Brockton Pageant Organization will hold its annual pageants on Saturday, April 13, at the New Brockton High School Auditorium.

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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.

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“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.