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Hartselle High School opens as storm shelter  WAAY

The Hartselle Police Department reports that Hartselle High School, 1000 Bethel Rd NE, Hartselle, has opened as a community shelter. It will be open for the ...



Hartselle high school senior suspended for posting KKK photo on social media  WAAY

The student has been suspended while the the school district and police investigate the photo.



Hartselle High School Coach makes history for football program  WAAY

Hartselle High School is having a special season. The Tigers are ranked fifth in 6A, but after a win over Cullman Friday, they're in the Hartselle history books.



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 welcomes Bo Culver as new head football coach  WHNT News 19

The Hartselle High School football program is welcoming a new member to their team. Bo Culver is going from one tigers squad to the next as he moves from ...



Hartselle City Schools sees record breaking enrollment  WAAY

There are only six schools in the Hartselle School District and with a record number of enrolled students, that impact is felt even more. It even led to a need for ...



Skilled to Work: "Tiger Launch" offers apprenticeship-style experience to high school students  WAAY

The program began at the beginning of the fall 2018 semester through Hartselle High School.



Body found near Hartselle City storm drain  WAAY

The body of a 22-year-old man was found in a ditch near a storm drain in downtown Hartselle.



Hartselle’s highest-winning head coach takes over at Madison Academy  WAFF

Bob Godsey, the highest-winning coach in Hartselle High School history, will become the head coach at Madison Academy.



Hartselle program receives state recognition | Hartselle  The Decatur Daily

HARTSELLE — More than a dozen Hartselle High students have flown in a Boeing CH-47 Chinook helicopter, helped pilot a Civil Air Patrol C-182, waked up at ...



Hall named teacher of the year - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

A former Hartselle High graduate, Anna Hall, was named the Hartselle High School teacher of the year. Emily Cowart has knows Hall through softball, but also ...



Hartselle's career tech changes creating jobs for students  The Decatur Daily

HARTSELLE — Nineteen Hartselle students have started earning money, gaining job skills and getting a preview of potential careers through Tiger Launch, ...



Ribbon cutting held to mark the 'launch' of Tiger Launch - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Hartselle City Schools hosted a ribbon cutting for Tiger Launch September 6. The program was announced early June, and is in the first semester. Tiger Launch ...



Play Time: College Street Players to stage 'Junie B. Jones: The Musical Jr.' in Hartselle  The Decatur Daily

A precocious and sassy first-grader with a penchant for adventure will jump off the pages of children's books and onto the stage as College Street Players ...



Morgan Tournament: Brewer girls, West Morgan boys advance | High School  The Decatur Daily

HARTSELLE — Sometimes you got to have hope. The Brewer girls did Thursday night in the Morgan County Tournament and it paid off. Hope West, who is just ...



Hartselle student suspended for fake KKK photo  AL.com

An Alabama high school student has been suspended after allegedly doctoring a photograph to make it appear classmates were wearing Ku Klux Klan hoods.



Repeat and repeat again at Morgan County Tournament  The Decatur Daily

HARTSELLE — The Brewer girls and Hartselle boys have started off 2019 like they did in 2018.



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 ...



Morgan County Tournament: It's the best of the best | High School  The Decatur Daily

HARTSELLE — The finals of the Morgan County Tournament tonight in Hartselle will be the best of the best.



'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 ...



Hartselle High students advance to national finance competition  WAFF

Students in Hartselle are headed to the Nebraska in a Personal Finance competition.



Morgan County tournament: Brewer girls, Priceville boys win openers  The Decatur Daily

HARTSELLE — Brewer overcame a slow start against Danville in the first round of the Morgan County Tournament at Hartselle High to earn a 60-37 win on ...



Kroger to celebrate expansion, ribbon cutting Jan. 30 - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Kroger will celebrate the re-grand opening of its store in Hartselle Jan. 30 at 7 a.m. A special ribbon cutting ceremony will be at 9 a.m. The store has undergone ...



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 ...



Hartselle students fly toward their futures at Camp Shelby - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Fourteen Hartselle students attended the 2018 Alabama/Mississippi Wing Summer Encampment June 23-30 at Camp Shelby in Mississippi as members of the ...



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 ...



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's Kari Erickson places in top 10 at state Outstanding Teen pageant  The Decatur Daily

Representing Decatur as Miss River City Outstanding Teen, Kari Erickson finished in the top 10 at the Alabama Outstanding Teen pageant held last weekend in ...



Body found in Hartselle storm drain identified as Danville man - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

The body of a Danville man who had been missing for several days was found in a storm drain at 208 South Sparkman St. behind the Hartselle Farmer's Market ...



Patriots have new head coach leading the girls program  The Decatur Daily

HARTSELLE — The basketball season for the Brewer girls is off to a typical start.



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 ...



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.



Falkville girls make a statement | High School  The Decatur Daily

HARTSELLE — Morgan County girls basketball is loaded with some of the top teams in the state.



Hartselle’s 38th Annual Depot Days Festival this weekend  WAFF

The Depot Days Festival rolls into Hartselle September 15, 2018, bringing a day of free family-friendly fun and entertainment to the historic depot and downtown ...



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 ...



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 ...



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 ...



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 ...



First on the scene giving their all - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

By Randy Garrison Hartselle Mayor Early last Friday morning I heard the sound of several sirens between 5:30 am and 6:00 am. I checked my phone and saw a ...



Hartselle High students operate Redstone Federal Credit Union’s first in-school branch  whnt.com

HARTSELLE, Ala. - Tuesday, the first bank transactions were made at Redstone Federal Credit Union's newest branch, tucked away in the library of Hartselle ...



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 ...



The road to 600: Hartselle football's 15 biggest milestone victories  AL.com

Hartselle joined an elite club last Friday, becoming the 14th team in Alabama history to win 600 games. The Tigers, who beat Hazel Green 40-18, are ...



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 ...



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 ...



Austin vs. Hartselle football to be streamed online  The Decatur Daily

Friday night's 51st edition of Austin and Hartselle's high school football rivalry has significant postseason stakes.



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 ...



Threat at Hartselle High School deemed prank; security tightened as precaution  AL.com

A threatening image scrawled on a bathroom wall has some Hartselle High School students worried. Officials say it appears to be a prank but are enhancing ...



Pumpkins and scares coming to Hartwood Estate - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

For the first time, Hartwood Estate will be selling pumpkins, squash, hay and having a haunted house. Although the home is located in a residential area, the city ...



Hay Day cancelled, separate event scheduled - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Hartselle Hay Day has been cancelled this year due to lack of resources. The event was slated for Oct. 27 in downtown and was created to offer a safe ...



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 ...



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 ...



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 ...



Cullman woman named Miss River City | Living  The Decatur Daily

A Cullman native claimed the title of Miss River City on Sunday at Hartselle High School as a Miss Alabama preliminary returned to Morgan County for the first ...



Renovations and expansion to take place at Life Church - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Life Church of Hartselle will be undergoing renovations this month, and will be meeting at the Sparkman Civic Center during the work. The first *service* at the ...



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 ...



Hartselle High student arrested at school, charged with distributing marijuana  whnt.com

HARTSELLE, Ala. - A Hartselle High School student was arrested at school Wednesday and charged with several drug-related charges. Tobias Travian Bjorn ...



The fighter - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Local girl battles health issues At 8 years old, Kyndall Owens began having seizures unexpectedly. Now just under 11 years old, Kyndall is facing a decline in ...



Dozens attend public hearing regarding Halbrooks termination - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

City officials and citizens packed the city council chambers Sept. 6 to attend a public hearing regarding the termination of former public works director Tommy ...



Football rivals, too? Improved Brewer still in shadow of Hartselle  The Decatur Daily

It's just 14 miles from the parking lot at Brewer High School to the parking lot at Hartselle High School.



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.



Hartselle Lady Tigers competitive in soccer - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Hartselle High School's girl's soccer team is demonstrating the ability to compete at a high level against older and more experienced teams this season.



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 ...



Hartselle High students will move to new school after spring break; other grades to be shuffled in fall  al.com

About 1000 Hartselle students will begin classes in a new $44.5 state-of-the-art high school when they return from spring break April 1.



Sparkman Park pond opens for fishing - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Staff reports The fishing pond at Sparkman Park is now open for fishing. Annual permits went on sale last week at Sparkman Civic Center for $5 for the ...



North Alabama students are semifinalists for National Merit Scholarships  WHNT News 19

Dozens of students from north Alabama are semifinalists in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program. There are 16000 semifinalists around the country ...



Local educator announces superintendent candidacy - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Lauren Estes-Velez Special to the Enquirer Veteran educator Tony Johnson announced his bid for the superintendent of Morgan County Schools and qualified ...



Hartselle High School’s Band ensures the show goes on despite uniform damage  whnt.com

HARTSELLE, Ala. (WHNT) - A quick decision to add color under the Friday Night Lights left a black mark for the Hartselle High School band. "I think we had ...



Huntsville notebook: Recruiting, wrestling duals, regional bowling and more  AL.com

Madison Academy's Evan Brooks signs a track scholarship with Samford on Jan. 18, 2019 in Huntsville, Ala. (Submitted). 0. By Daniel Boyette. Track standout ...



Hartselle's culture of ACT excellence | Local News  The Decatur Daily

HARTSELLE — Hartselle High School created what just about every secondary student knows as the “ACT culture.” And it's paying dividends.



Godsey celebrates 50th Birthday - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

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



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 ...



New school safety program at Skyline High School  WAAY

This program will be implemented in several school districts in Alabama. Plus, schools nationwide are interested.



Morgan County, Hartselle hope new high schools lure more residents, high-tech businesses (Outlook 2013)  al.com

MORGAN COUNTY, Alabama -- In the game of economic development, Hartselle is in the midst of a rare triple play on par with the seven state baseball ...



Downtown road closures for Monday’s inauguration, parade  WSFA

Some roads in downtown Montgomery will begin to close Friday with more beginning Monday at 6:30 a.m..



Student becomes 1st Alabama inmate to graduate high school inside jail  WAFF

Tobias Mitchell is the first Alabama high school student to earn a diploma after completing coursework inside a county jail.



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, ...



Alabama newspaper calls for resurgence of KKK  WAAY

An editorial published last week by The Democrat-Reporter of Linden, Alabama, begins with the line:



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.



Kay Ivey inauguration: Inaugural parade complete lineup  WTVY, Dothan

Hank Williams' daughter, country singer Jett Williams, will be rolling down the street today in Kay Ivey's inaugural parade in – what else? – a 1953 powder blue ...



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 ...



Local candidates clinch Morgan County, statewide races - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

By Lauren Jackson Hartselle Enquirer Voters turned out across Alabama yesterday for the statewide primary election. The election will pave the way to the ...



Hartselle High School to open as temporary storm shelter this afternoon  al.com

If you need temporary shelter from severe storms, Hartselle High School on 1000 Bethel Road will be open to the public beginning at 3 p.m. today.



New Hartselle High School To Open…Soon  WHNT

HARTSELLE, Ala. (WHNT) - Work continues on the new Hartselle High School, but no one can say exactly when it will be ready for students. When it does open, ...



A look back at the life of JP Cain - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

Hardly any name has appeared in the pages of this newspaper in years past—and always for a very good reason—than that of the late Coach J.P. Cain, one of ...



Alabama's top 20: High school ACT scores  AL.com

The high schools listed below are the schools in the state of Alabama with the highest average ACT scores during the 2015-2016 school year.



Storm shelter volunteers gear up for weekend storms  WAAY

Shelters across the Valley are gearing up for potential weekend storms.



What to bring into a storm shelter  WAAY

Officials say people should have a storm shelter ready.



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 ...



Austin High Stadium Makes History  WAAY

The black bears have always shared a field with their arch rival but now their time under the lights will hit home.



NEW DETAILS: Hartselle Police identify woman killed in early morning house fire, daughter escapes  whnt.com

HARTSELLE, Ala. - A deadly house fire in Hartselle early Tuesday morning has left a family ripped apart. That fire claimed the life of a mother of three children, ...



Here are the 15 safest high schools in Alabama  AL.com

Student safety is a major concern for both educators and parents. And while no school is immune to discipline problems or other issues, there are some places ...



U.S. News & World Report ranks Spain Park in top 15 high schools in Alabama for 2018  Hoover Sun

Hoover High ranked 26th among public high schools in the state.



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 ...



Hazel Green Girls basketball wins 6A State Champions for Second Year in a Row  WAAY

At the beginning of the 2018-19 season no one believed the Hazel Green girls basketball team would be any good. Why? The Trojans lost six seniors after last ...



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 ...



A look back at the Rosenwald School - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

As Enquirer readers know from last week's issue, a historic marker will soon be erected at the site of the Morgan County Training School. Aug. 18, 1923 – The ...



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.



Funeral arrangements set for Hartselle teens killed in weekend go-kart crash  AL.com

A joint visitation will be held from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. tonight at Peck Funeral Home in Hartselle for Breanna Caitlin Jackson and Brianna Lashay Lewis, both 15.



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.



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.



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