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From The Hartselle Courier Journal

Retail sales revenue in Hartselle seem to be turning some heads in the commercial development world.Despite 2014-'15 budget short falls which resulted in the layoff of several city employees, ...
The Hartselle High School Relay for Life Team has begun fundraising in hopes to reach their goal of $10,000 before the annual American Cancer Society event to be held in May. The HHS group are
Rotary District 6860 presented a $2,600 grant check to Hartselle Rotary Club for a donation to the John Mark Stallings Special Needs Accessible Playground in Hartselle. Rotary District 6860 has ...
The City of Hartselle officially said farewell to two retiring leaders Tuesday, Oct. 26, who have nearly 55 years combined of work experience. Fire Chief Steve Shelton and Public Works Director Byron
More than 5,000 voters turned up at the polls Nov. 4 to have their say on the alcohol sales referendum for Hartselle. By a margin of 231 votes, citizens chose to keep the city dry, and remain the
Colonel Frank Parker emceed the annual Hartselle Junior High Veteran's Day Program, held Nov. 6 at the school. When he grew up in Hartselle, he said, there were veterans, mostly World War II,
Students from Morgan County junior high and high schools competed Oct. 23 in the Morgan County's Beef Cook-Off, held at Danville High School. The top three contestants from each school competed ...
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.
The Hartselle Police Department reported the following arrests from Oct. 24 through Oct. 29: • Desmond Kade Aycock, 18, of Falkville, two counts of third-degree theft of property. •
The City Council approved a contract with Bill Ming, owner of Ming Enterprises LLC in Athens, at their regular meeting Oct. 28. The 14-month contract will allow Ming to work for the city as a

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Retail sales revenue in Hartselle seem to be turning some heads in the commercial development world.Despite 2014-'15 budget short falls which resulted in the layoff of several city employees, ...
The Hartselle High School Relay for Life Team has begun fundraising in hopes to reach their goal of $10,000 before the annual American Cancer Society event to be held in May. The HHS group are
Rotary District 6860 presented a $2,600 grant check to Hartselle Rotary Club for a donation to the John Mark Stallings Special Needs Accessible Playground in Hartselle. Rotary District 6860 has ...
The City of Hartselle officially said farewell to two retiring leaders Tuesday, Oct. 26, who have nearly 55 years combined of work experience. Fire Chief Steve Shelton and Public Works Director Byron
More than 5,000 voters turned up at the polls Nov. 4 to have their say on the alcohol sales referendum for Hartselle. By a margin of 231 votes, citizens chose to keep the city dry, and remain the
Colonel Frank Parker emceed the annual Hartselle Junior High Veteran's Day Program, held Nov. 6 at the school. When he grew up in Hartselle, he said, there were veterans, mostly World War II,
Students from Morgan County junior high and high schools competed Oct. 23 in the Morgan County's Beef Cook-Off, held at Danville High School. The top three contestants from each school competed ...
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.
The Hartselle Police Department reported the following arrests from Oct. 24 through Oct. 29: • Desmond Kade Aycock, 18, of Falkville, two counts of third-degree theft of property. •
The City Council approved a contract with Bill Ming, owner of Ming Enterprises LLC in Athens, at their regular meeting Oct. 28. The 14-month contract will allow Ming to work for the city as a

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