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By Jennifer R. HillJennifer.Hill@hartsellecourierjournal.comThere is a trend going around where those who are proud of their cities explain the little oddities to outsiders. Efforts afford ...
Site plans have been submitted to and approved by the Hartselle City Planning Commission for a new CVS Pharmacy location. City Planner Jeremy Griffith said the planning commission approved site …
Building permits issued within Hartselle City limits between March 24 and April 4 are as follows: • Cash Master, 153 U.S. 31 SW, $3,200, sign. • Kathy Summerford, 222 U.S. 31 NW, …
The Hartselle Police Department reported the following arrests from March 28 through April 3: • Henry Odes Minor III, 34, of Falkville, public intoxication. • David Christopher …
An early morning storm Friday, April 4, left Hartselle City Park and Recreation's crew with more than 20 uprooted pine trees on the west side of Sparkman Park. Pavilion No. 3 was destroyed when two …
Hartselle defeated Hillcrest 7-6 on Monday, March 31, 2014, but Hillcrest came back in the second game of the doubleheader to defeat the Tigers 14-3. The Tigers defeated East Limestone in both …
The Hartselle Board of Education posted a job opening for principal of Hartselle Intermediate School following its approval of the resignation of the current principal, Terry Graff, on April 1, 2014, …
A group of Hartselle merchants has created a monthly event to help make Hartselle a destination location. The Sweet Tea Saturday group, headed by Paul Downs of Zoey's Downtown, is hoping to draw
Members of the public got a glimpse of colonial history during a March 17 event hosted by Daystar Church in Hartselle. Bill Stone, a member and former president of the Alabama Sons of the American
Huntsville Hospital Systems has made a verbal offer to give the old Hartselle Medical Center facility to the city of Hartselle, Mayor Don Hall said. Hall told council members at the March 24 work

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By Jennifer R. HillJennifer.Hill@hartsellecourierjournal.comThere is a trend going around where those who are proud of their cities explain the little oddities to outsiders. Efforts afford ...
Site plans have been submitted to and approved by the Hartselle City Planning Commission for a new CVS Pharmacy location. City Planner Jeremy Griffith said the planning commission approved site …
Building permits issued within Hartselle City limits between March 24 and April 4 are as follows: • Cash Master, 153 U.S. 31 SW, $3,200, sign. • Kathy Summerford, 222 U.S. 31 NW, …
The Hartselle Police Department reported the following arrests from March 28 through April 3: • Henry Odes Minor III, 34, of Falkville, public intoxication. • David Christopher …
An early morning storm Friday, April 4, left Hartselle City Park and Recreation's crew with more than 20 uprooted pine trees on the west side of Sparkman Park. Pavilion No. 3 was destroyed when two …
Hartselle defeated Hillcrest 7-6 on Monday, March 31, 2014, but Hillcrest came back in the second game of the doubleheader to defeat the Tigers 14-3. The Tigers defeated East Limestone in both …
The Hartselle Board of Education posted a job opening for principal of Hartselle Intermediate School following its approval of the resignation of the current principal, Terry Graff, on April 1, 2014, …
A group of Hartselle merchants has created a monthly event to help make Hartselle a destination location. The Sweet Tea Saturday group, headed by Paul Downs of Zoey's Downtown, is hoping to draw
Members of the public got a glimpse of colonial history during a March 17 event hosted by Daystar Church in Hartselle. Bill Stone, a member and former president of the Alabama Sons of the American
Huntsville Hospital Systems has made a verbal offer to give the old Hartselle Medical Center facility to the city of Hartselle, Mayor Don Hall said. Hall told council members at the March 24 work

Hartselle Enquirer

Joe and Paula Hardin of Falkville have assumed an active role in fundraising for the American Cancer Society after both were diagnosed with caner one week apart in November 2013.
Seventh graders at Hartselle Junior High School have experienced learning from a fun-filled approach by participating in a unit of study based on the “The Hunger Games” movie.
Two Hartselle residents were arrested following a drug raid on Southeast Cryer Road April 16.
Hall signs inmate contract Yesterday at 12:46PM
Hartselle Mayor Don Hall has signed a contract with the Morgan County Commission and the Morgan County Sheriff’s Department to house city inmates at the Morgan County Jail and allow the city to …
Priceville businessman Larry White hit a brick wall when he appeared before Priceville Town Council seeking relief from a 2003 sign ordinance at an April 14 meeting.
 
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