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From The Hartselle Courier Journal

Once upon a time there was a musical production which told a familiar fairytale in an unaccustomed way. The College Street Players will present the classic story of Snow White, with a few twists, in
The John Mark Stallings Special Needs Accessible Playground, located on Nanceford Road, is now in site preparation for the final phase of the main playground. SNAP received a $2,500 donation for the
Hartselle City Schools recently announced that Molly Buffington, a graduating senior at Hartselle High School, and daughter of Scott and Karla Buffington, has been named one of more than 3,900
The Hartselle City School System is currently taking applications for enrollment for students who live outside the city limits of Hartselle, for grades second through twelfth, for the 2015-2016
Savoring the rich taste of chocolate-covered or chocolate-drizzled treats has become a Valentine’s Day tradition. In fact, the National Retail Federation predicts Americans will spend $1.7
Sports roundup 2/11/2015
Davis scores in top-10 for HHS at indoor track eventHartselle High School's Abigail Davis, finished No. 6 in the 3,200m run on Jan. 19, 2015, at the Martin Luther King Jr. Indoor Track Classic ...
Red carpet ready 2/11/2015
Prom season is in full force as teens are looking for the perfect red carpet look for their big nights. High school girls and guys, all over will begin sashaying their formal fashion at proms
Workers with Turrentine Construction poured concrete Wednesday, Jan. 21, for the last installation to the John Mark Stallings Special Needs Playground, behind the Sparkman Civic Center on Nanceford
The Hartselle City Council members took the following actions at the regular Jan. 27 meeting at city hall: • Approved ordinances 1410 through 1414, to clarify and revise zoning ordinances, …

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Once upon a time there was a musical production which told a familiar fairytale in an unaccustomed way. The College Street Players will present the classic story of Snow White, with a few twists, in
The John Mark Stallings Special Needs Accessible Playground, located on Nanceford Road, is now in site preparation for the final phase of the main playground. SNAP received a $2,500 donation for the
Hartselle City Schools recently announced that Molly Buffington, a graduating senior at Hartselle High School, and daughter of Scott and Karla Buffington, has been named one of more than 3,900
The Hartselle City School System is currently taking applications for enrollment for students who live outside the city limits of Hartselle, for grades second through twelfth, for the 2015-2016
Savoring the rich taste of chocolate-covered or chocolate-drizzled treats has become a Valentine’s Day tradition. In fact, the National Retail Federation predicts Americans will spend $1.7
Sports roundup 2/11/2015
Davis scores in top-10 for HHS at indoor track eventHartselle High School's Abigail Davis, finished No. 6 in the 3,200m run on Jan. 19, 2015, at the Martin Luther King Jr. Indoor Track Classic ...
Red carpet ready 2/11/2015
Prom season is in full force as teens are looking for the perfect red carpet look for their big nights. High school girls and guys, all over will begin sashaying their formal fashion at proms
Workers with Turrentine Construction poured concrete Wednesday, Jan. 21, for the last installation to the John Mark Stallings Special Needs Playground, behind the Sparkman Civic Center on Nanceford
The Hartselle City Council members took the following actions at the regular Jan. 27 meeting at city hall: • Approved ordinances 1410 through 1414, to clarify and revise zoning ordinances, …

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