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From The Hartselle Courier Journal

The Hartselle Parks and Recreation Department sponsors several youth activities throughout the summer. Several girls turned out in royal dress to partake in a princess party Tuesday, July 15, at ...
The Morgan County Extension Office offers several summer youth programs. About 12 children, ranging in ages from 4 to 16 years old, met at the extension office Wednesday, July 16, to learn how to ...
Hartselle High School hosted a couple of systemwide “tech nights” this summer to showcase how students and teachers are using technology in classrooms. The Hartselle school system …
The Hartselle Community Calendar is composed of a list of events in the Hartselle area. Items may be submitted by email to Jennifer.Hill@hartsellecourierjournal.com, or by calling 256-340-2382.
Hartselle Mayor Don Hall met with county officials July 9 to discuss the city's involvement with a possible county-wide Emergency Medical Services board. Attending the meeting were Hall,
Hartselle City Council members were asked to consider making revisions to the city's Animal Control Ordinance at the July 8, regular meeting. Mayor Don Hall said he has received complaints about
Building permits issued within Hartselle City limits between July 7 and July 11 are as follows: • Tim Ward, 306 Sunset Street SW, $2,800, residential detached garage. • Tyler Bates, …
The Hartselle Police Department reported the following arrests from July 4 through July 10: • William Corrie Marchand, 25, of Huntsville, third-degree theft of property. • John David
The Hartselle Youth Football League will hold their Inaugural Flag Football Tournament Fundraiser in August. The event featuring adults 21 and up playing flag football will be held beginning at 4
About 89 children and adults turned out July 8 for the free summer program at the William Bradford Huie Public Library in Hartselle. The library will host the free summer youth program each Tuesday …

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The Hartselle Parks and Recreation Department sponsors several youth activities throughout the summer. Several girls turned out in royal dress to partake in a princess party Tuesday, July 15, at ...
The Morgan County Extension Office offers several summer youth programs. About 12 children, ranging in ages from 4 to 16 years old, met at the extension office Wednesday, July 16, to learn how to ...
Hartselle High School hosted a couple of systemwide “tech nights” this summer to showcase how students and teachers are using technology in classrooms. The Hartselle school system …
The Hartselle Community Calendar is composed of a list of events in the Hartselle area. Items may be submitted by email to Jennifer.Hill@hartsellecourierjournal.com, or by calling 256-340-2382.
Hartselle Mayor Don Hall met with county officials July 9 to discuss the city's involvement with a possible county-wide Emergency Medical Services board. Attending the meeting were Hall,
Hartselle City Council members were asked to consider making revisions to the city's Animal Control Ordinance at the July 8, regular meeting. Mayor Don Hall said he has received complaints about
Building permits issued within Hartselle City limits between July 7 and July 11 are as follows: • Tim Ward, 306 Sunset Street SW, $2,800, residential detached garage. • Tyler Bates, …
The Hartselle Police Department reported the following arrests from July 4 through July 10: • William Corrie Marchand, 25, of Huntsville, third-degree theft of property. • John David
The Hartselle Youth Football League will hold their Inaugural Flag Football Tournament Fundraiser in August. The event featuring adults 21 and up playing flag football will be held beginning at 4
About 89 children and adults turned out July 8 for the free summer program at the William Bradford Huie Public Library in Hartselle. The library will host the free summer youth program each Tuesday …

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