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2019 Tennessee Valley high school graduation ceremony dates and times  WHNT News 19

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — WHNT has compiled a list of most Tennessee Valley high school's graduation ceremony with their date and time. They are listed ...



25 largest - and 25 smallest - high schools in Alabama  AL.com

Alabama's high schools range from student populations of a little more than 150 to 2900-plus.



Morgan County Sheriff's Office to host community fundraiser for Special Needs Rodeo - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

The Morgan County Sheriff's Office will be hosting a Swamp John's Fundraiser for the upcoming Special Needs Rodeo March 5 from 4-7 p.m. The Morgan ...



County teams compete in softball tournament - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

The Morgan County Softball Tournament will be played Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Wilson-Morgan Park in Decatur. Hartselle is the defending champion, ...



Huntsville All-Region Volleyball Team - al.com  AL.com

See the Huntsville All-Region high school volleyball team.



Hartselle woman dies after mobile home fire - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

A Hartselle woman has died from injuries she sustained in a mobile home fire May 30. According to a post on Facebook, Morgan County sheriff's deputies, the ...



Wal-Mart says Rebel mascot Alabama teen wanted for class ring was never available  AL.com

Aaron Browder told The Decatur Daily that an associate told him and his mother the ring could not have his school's mascot on it. Wal-Mart says that's not true.



Tips to prevent and reduce coyote interaction - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

As wooded communities that border on a wildlife refuge, Morgan County residents might experience more contact with coyotes as they scavenge for food in the ...



Shred day to return to Morgan County - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

The Better Business Bureau of North Alabama will hold a free shredding, recycling and drug take back day again this year. The event will take place at Epic ...



Teachers at Alabama high school pulled an epic prank on senior class  AL.com

Graduation is full of all sorts of tender, bittersweet moments. And then there's this...



Taste of the Valley returns in early April - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

The annual Taste of the Valley presented by the Morgan County Volunteer Center will take place April 8 from 6-8 p.m. at Ingalls Harbor in Decatur. The event ...



Community Calendar  Fort Morgan Times

Wed., Feb. 6. 6 to 8 a.m. Early blood draws available, at Colorado Plains Medical Center, Fort Morgan. For participants in CPMC's 2019 Community Health Fair.



Four Area Teams Ranked in This Week's AWSA Basketball Rankings - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

By Russell Frye For The Enquirer Hartselle, Brewer and Priceville, which are playing in the Morgan County Tournament semi-finals are ranked in the latest ...



Things to do in Morgan County  Brush News-Tribune

Kids' Fun Time set for Wednesday at EMCL. A Kids' Fun Time session is set for Wednesday, Feb. 6. It will feature making a craft of Paper Plate Love Birds.



Tyler Mitchell Named Head Coach at Falkville - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Tyler Mitchell has been named as the new head coach at Falkville High School. He will be replacing Joel Schrenk, Falkville's all-time winningest coach, who left ...



Decoration Days start in May - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

By Martha Jackson Decoration Days at area churches are announced as follows: Friendship Baptist Church: first Sunday, May 5, with morning worship ...



Sheriff -elect Ron Puckett selects Lt. Chris Price as chief deputy - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

With the election over and Jan. 15 fast approaching, Sheriff-Elect Ron Puckett is quickly ramping up plans for the Morgan County Sheriff's Department. Puckett ...



'One of the most brazen bank robberies in Alabama history' to be re-enacted this weekend - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

This weekend, lovers of theatre and Hartselle history will converge on the Hartselle High School auditorium to re-enact one of the boldest bank heists in ...



Abbie Harris: From the court to the classroom - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Once a teacher's daughter, now a teacher herself, West Morgan math teacher and coach Abbie Harris said she's enjoyed her five years so far in the career of ...



Falkville police chief on administrative leave - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

The Falkville Council placed Police Chief Chris Free on administrative leave with full benefits after meeting in executive session during a regular meeting March ...



Local churches announce Vacation Bible School - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Many churches in the area have announced their Vacation Bible School (VBS) for this summer. The Bible Schools will serve a variety of school age kids and ...



Free wrestling academy open to North Alabama residents - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Jason Guyton has began a wrestling academy to encourage the resurgence of the sport in Alabama. Guyton is offering the lessons free to all North Alabama ...



Police Reports Feb. 27 through March 25 - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Jessie Lee Carnes, 10-8-1981, Hartselle, criminal trespass, third degree Delmario Justin Luckie, 8-25-1988, Decatur, interference with a domestic violence ...



Morgan County Basketball Tournament bracket - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

The Morgan County High School basketball tournament will begin Jan. 15. The Danville and West Morgan High School girls will begin at 6 p.m. and the boys will ...



Million dollar resurfacing project slated for Highway 36 - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

According to an advisory released by the Alabama Department of Transportation, a $1.2 million resurfacing project is set to begin next week on Alabama ...



Food Ratings April 29 to May 4 - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Taste of China, 2941 Point Mallard Parkway, Decatur, 88 Las Vias, 711 Nanceford Road, Suite A, Hartselle, 89 Whitt's Barbecue, 918 6th Ave. SE, Decatur, 89 ...



Decatur man indicted on child pornography charges - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

BIRMINGHAM – A federal grand jury returned an indictment Feb. 27 charging a Decatur man, who was arrested earlier today, with production, distribution and ...



Morgan County rabies vaccination event to be held Saturday - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

By Rebekah Martin Hartselle Enquirer Local veterinarians will do their part to combat rabies in Morgan County this Saturday. Dr. Steven Osborne of Osborne ...



Third annual Night to Shine slated for Feb. 8 - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

The third annual Night to Shine event is scheduled to take place Feb. 8 at Fairview: The Grace Place in Falkville. The Night to Shine is a special needs prom ...



Hartselle man killed in accident on Indian Hills Road - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

A single-vehicle crash at 1:46 a.m, Dec. 29, claimed the life of a Hartselle man. Anthony James Anders, 38, was killed when the 2002 Honda Accord he was ...



Hartselle man, woman arrested on drug charges, outstanding warrants - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Two Hartselle residents, Carla Marie Frost and Glen Dale Anderson, Jr. were arrested on drug charges and outstanding warrants yesterday. Frost had active ...



A legacy of heroism - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Hartselle schools host Civil Air Patrol program STORY BY LAUREN JACKSON Brian Williams served in the Army for 30 years and 21 days. Now he oversees the ...



New business poppin' into Downtown Hartselle - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Later this spring a person walking in Downtown Hartselle will be greeted by a new sound – the popping of popcorn and the sounds of shaved ice. Ice Works and ...



Six Utah school districts put a total of $800 million in bonds up for Nov. 7 voter approval  Salt Lake Tribune

Granite, Canyons, Weber, Ogden, South Summit and Morgan districts seek taxpayer approval to borrow money for new school facilities, upgrades and to ...



More than LEGOs and robots - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

A rookie team of five local students will be taking a trip to Houston to compete in an international robotics competition in April. Linda Gordon is one of the ...



UPDATE: Second detour on I65 in the works, interstate still closed - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Public Information Officer for the Alabama Department of Transportation Seth Burkett issued an update on the closure of I65 this morning. Burkett said the bridge ...



New apartment complex hosting ribbon cutting - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Rivers Edge Apartments will host a grand opening and ribbon cutting event on site Dec. 4. The event will begin 11 a.m. and will have refreshments.



Cooper named new principal at Hartselle High - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Dr. Dee Dee Jones announced Brad Cooper as the new principal of Hartselle High School at the Hartselle City Schools Board meeting Thursday. Cooper will ...



Hartselle principal recognized as state champion - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

By Blake Drummond For the Enquirer Each year the ACT organization recognizes one educator from the K-12 division as the ACT College and Career ...



Sleep in heavenly peace - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Hartselle group builds bunk beds for children in need Story by Lauren Estes-Velez One spring night earlier this year, Hartselle native John Jackson watched an ...



Teachers, support person of the year announced - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

For the first time, three male Morgan County School's employees were named teacher, elementary teacher and support person of the year for 2017.



New kayaking store to open on Main Street - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

The Kayak Store will be opening September 15 in Downtown Hartselle. The store will offer mid-range to higher end kayaks as well as rentals and accessories for ...



Hartselle Historical Society goes 'down memory lane' - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

The Hartselle Historical Society will be hosting Down Memory Lane in conjunction with Depot Days . The event will take place September 10 at the ...



High school graduation ceremonies scheduled across the Tennessee Valley  whnt.com

Students across the Tennessee Valley are wrapping up the school year. Classes for many seniors are already over; now they're just waiting to make that walk ...



3 Joe Wheeler co-op board members reelected | Lawrence County  The Decatur Daily

TRINITY — Three Joe Wheeler Electric Membership Corp. board members ran unopposed and were re-elected at the co-op's 82nd annual meeting Saturday.



Dennis Morris named Falkville High School principal - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

The Morgan County Board of Education welcomed new members, congratulated those moving into other roles within the county and gave their warmest to ...



Local company expands to offer additional services - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Hartselle Sporting Goods has been in business for about 20 years. According to store manager Leanne Early, the business has also recently expanded to offer ...



Huntsville woman charged with murder in drunken crash that killed Alabama man  AL.com

A Huntsville woman has been charged with murder and driving under the influence in connection with a 2015 wreck that left a 20-year-old dead just days before ...



Meet the teacher - Emma White - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

For anyone familiar with the Danville community or school, one name will always come to mind: Emma White. For over 40 years, she has worked as a teacher in ...



Somerville Baptist Church to host Bobby Bowden, recognize local football teams - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Somerville Baptist Church will host former Florida State University head coach Bobby Bowden at their Tailgate Sunday September 23. The event will take place ...



Hartselle Tigers broadcast on NFHS - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Caleb Suggs. Hartselle Enquirer. The advancement of technology continues to impress, and Hartselle High School is using it to its full advantage. College and ...



Hartselle Junior High to present Disney play - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Lauren Estes-Velez Hartselle Enquirer The Hartselle Junior High drama department's spring play for 2018 will be a Disney tribute. Students will be performing ...



Mental health services come to Hartselle - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Capstone Medical Resources will soon be taking up residence in the old North Alabama Psychiatric Building off Highway 31 in Hartselle. Capstone is a mental ...



Faulkner, Asher to wed - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Byron and Anita Faulkner of Hartselle are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Kaitlin Leigh Faulkner to Corey Aaron Asher, son of Terry ...



Hartselle hosting basketball camp - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

The Hartselle basketball program is set to host another basketball camp this summer beginning May 30th.



Dr. Franklin Penn retires after 49 years as educator - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Hartselle City School System is missing one of its longest-tenured educators this school year.



Matthew Wilson, Esq. - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Matthew Wilson Esq. Birmingham Funeral *service* for J. Matthew Wilson Esq., 34, was March 3 at 2 p.m. at First Baptist Church of Hartselle with the Rev. Dr. Gary ...



Teens take on science in the age of smartphones  Science News for Students

LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Many teen science fair projects take inspiration from the world around them. And in this Digital Age, the smartphone in your hand can ...



Sweet dreams - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Local non-profit chapter builds beds for those in need Our beds can be a place of sanctuary, a place to look forward to at the end of the day. For many local ...



Teens lose lives in go-cart accident - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Randy Garrison. Hartselle Enquirer. For the third Monday in a row Morgan County students went to school knowing they had lost friends over the weekend.



HHS graduates over 250 - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

A rainy day moved Hartselle's 103rd graduation commencement into the Hartselle High School gym for the first time.



Falkville FFA finds success - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

The Falkville FFA program has seen many successful years in their school club, so 2016 wasn't any different as it was recently given new leadership under ...



Godsey celebrates 50th Birthday - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Hartselle Head Coach Bob Godsey looks back on his 27 years of coaching.



Walker turning heads at a young age - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Caleb Suggs. Hartselle Enquirer. If you follow basketball in Morgan County, chances are you might have heard the name Jenna Walker. Walker is a soon to be ...



George W Miller - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Funeral for George W. Miller, Attorney at Law, 67, of Falkville will be Wed. (today), Jan. 18, at 11 a.m. at Peck Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Robin Lambert ...



Marijuana seized, 5 arrested following drug investigation - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

The Morgan County Sheriff's Drug Task Force has seized 29 marijuana plants and about two pounds of loose marijuana Oct. 5-9 following an investigation near ...



Morgan County pair arrested on multiple drug charges - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

A Morgan County man and woman were arrested Fri., June 26, on multiple drug charges.



Dr. Will Crouch to hang up stethoscope - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Dr. Will Crouch will bring to a close a 45-year medical practice he began in the fall of 1970. Dr. Crouch will officially close his practice Dec. 17, 2015.



19 from area arrested in drug round-up - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Nineteen residents living in Hartselle and surrounding areas of Morgan County were arrested Thursday during a Morgan County Drug Task Force roundup of ...



Quail Creek offers golf and more - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Quail Creek started out as a nine-hole golf course in 1993. In it's beginnings it was only about golf. Today Quail Creek offers so much more on the 460-acre ...



First legal alcohol sales occur in Hartselle - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

The first legal alcohol sale took place just before 10 a.m. at the Hartselle Exxon Gas Station at the corner of Highway 31 and Highway 36 on Friday morning.



A day in the life: Scott Stadthagen - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

After going the educational route last week with Hartselle superintendent Vic Wilson, this week's day in the life series focuses on Scott Stadthagen.



Don Pouncey retiring as HJHS principal (updated) - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Don Pouncey, a native Mississippian who devoted 39 years to educating and coaching kids in Alabama, is retiring as principal at Hartselle Junior High School, ...



Landfill days are numbered - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Without changes to the way the Hartselle landfill takes in unwanted trash to be buried there, the days are numbered for the city's landfill.



Hartselle man murdered - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

A Somerville man turned himself into the Morgan County Sheriff's Department Monday night after he was accused of shooting a Hartselle man near the ...



Law Enforcement Appreciation Day set for Saturday - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

The Hartselle Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association will host its first annual community-wide Law Enforcement Appreciation Day Sat., May 9, in E.A.R.T.H. ...



Utah's top gas station eats: Places where you can fuel your belly and your tank  Salt Lake Tribune

Images of greasy hot dogs, questionable pressed-meat sandwiches and microwaved burritos come to mind when someone mentions gas station food.



Hartselle Medical Center to close Jan. 31 - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Hartselle Medical Center will close at the end of January, according to a press release sent minutes ago.



BUSCHE acquires Copeland plant, bringing 200 jobs to Hartselle - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

BUSCHE finalized negotiations with CR Compressors LLC, a company in Emerson Electric's Climate Technologies business segment Monday for a large ...



Nothing left but memories - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

This photo was taken in front of Mt. Tabor Methodist Church in the fall of 1949 at the dedication of the current church building. Pictured, from left, are: The Rev.



VBS across the county - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Lauren Estes-Velez. Hartselle Enquirer. Each summer, Vacation Bible School is enjoyed at many churches, with participation in the hundreds or more as an ...



Old Town Coffee Co. opens in Downtown Hartselle - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

There is hope for Downtown Hartselle as another business actually opens on the increasingly vacant Main St. row.



First Baptist Hartselle calls Clayton Speed as new pastor - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

A West Point graduate who turned his back on a successful commercial printing career to preach the gospel is the new pastor at First Baptist Church in Hartselle.



Eagle Court of Honor - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Asher began his trail to Eagle Scout as a Wolf Cub Scout. He moved forward on the trail earning the Webelos Badge and the Arrow of Light award.



Local FOP endorses Priest for clerk - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Chris Priest, candidate in the Republican Runoff for Morgan County Circuit Clerk, was endorsed by the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 46, an organization ...



Domestic situation led to drug arrests, hospitalization - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

A domestic disturbance on Nov. 2 at a Hartselle home led to the arrest of seven people on drug related charges and the hospitalization of one woman from a ...



Diamond Pro brings 24 jobs to Hartselle - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Diamond Pro is planning to open a manufacturing facility in the Hartselle-Morgan County Industrial Park that will employ up to 24 employees that with a total ...



Barker's journey to Troy - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

When Kaleb Barker was a young boy he dreamed of playing college football, not unlike many other boys, but this past week he accepted the offer to play football ...



Things to Do in Connecticut, Oct. 16 to 25, 2015  New York Times

A guide to cultural and recreational events in Connecticut. Items for the calendar should be sent at least three weeks in advance to ctcal@nytimes.com. Comedy.



Lacey's Spring students celebrate their heritage - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Seventh and eighth grade students at Lacey's Spring School culminated a study of their heritage with the annual presentation of the Live Wax Museum.



Hartselle/Priceville area struck by EF-2 tornado - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

The remarks of those in the path of the tornado, which began in Hartselle near Bethel Rd. and Indian Hills Rd. Thursday evening, March 31, were very similar.



21 arrested, 8 wanted in roundup - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Twenty-one people were arrested and eight more are still at large following a lengthy narcotics investigation involving numerous suspects. Sheriff Ana Franklin ...



Four arrested in meth lab bust - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Four people were arrested following a meth lab bust Thursday in Lacey's Spring community.



Community supports Hartselle student injured in car crash - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Community members are rallying around a 12-year-old Hartselle student and his family after he was critically injured in a crash late Saturday night in Somerville.



Sherman Blackstone Powell Jr. - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

March 3, 2011 Funeral for Sherman Blackstone Powell Jr., 66, of Falkville will be Friday, March 4, at 3 p.m. at Falkville First United Methodist Church with Bros.



Noisy dog ordinance introduced - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

The Hartselle City Council is considering revising its animal control ordinance to include ways for residents to take action against noisy animals.



Events in Connecticut for Oct. 19-25, 2014  New York Times

A guide to cultural and recreational events in Connecticut. Items for the calendar should be sent at least three weeks in advance to ctcal@nytimes.com. Comedy.



Southeast soccer champs - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

With less than 5 minutes remaining in the match, Luke “Moose” Minnon fired a shot from 20 yards away, splitting two defenders before crashing into the back of ...



Things to Do in Connecticut, Oct. 9 to 18, 2015  New York Times

A guide to cultural and recreational events in Connecticut.



Softball all-stars to compete at state - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Hartselle will be represented by five USSSA all-star softball teams in state competition at Liberty Park in Birmingham Thurs. through Sat., Jun 27-29.



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