A look back

By Staff
Researched by Dr. Bill Stewart
July 19, 1957-A researcher said today that some tobacco companies are producing filter cigarettes which have as much or more tar and nicotine than non-filtered smokes. He added, however, that a safer cigarette can be made at present by using an effective filter plus the proper blend of tobacco.
July 19, 1957-B. G. Hall, long-time manager for the Morgan County Exchange, is now working as a Farm Bureau service man. Hall is selling all insurance policies offered by FB. He originally moved to Morgan County in 1926 as a vocational agriculture teacher at Falkville High.
July 20, 1957-Many Hartselle teens will head for the Sunset Drive-in tonight. As many as can be crammed into a single car will be admitted for just one dollar.
July 21, 1957-A one-week revival began today at Shiloh Baptist. The Rev. Robert Slack, Morgan County missionary, is the evangelist.
July 21, 1957-A car stolen from Little Rock, Ark.,was discovered abandoned and undamaged in Hartselle last night. The auto, a 1956 Cadillac, was sighted near the home of Bill Stewart, Jr., 300 East Hickory St. Bill alerted the Highway Patrol and they are trying to find the man who stole the car from D. L. Dishongs at churchtime Sunday.
July 22, 1957-Figures recently made available show 4,470 students enrolled at API for the summer quarter, including several from Hartselle and surrounding areas.
July 23, 1957-About 175 youngsters are participating in "little league" baseball in Hartselle. James Howell Stephenson and Edward Summers are coordinating the program. Due to the high financial cost, Hartselle's program isn't presently affiliated with the national. As long as this remains the case, they teams won't be able to compete for district or state championships.
July 24, 1957-Dogs will be vaccinated beginning at 8 a.m. this morning at Bethel Baptist Church.
July 25, 1957-A $53,000 rural telephone system is under construction by Southern Bell that will serve about 60 families in the eastern section of the Hartselle exchange areas. Communities included are Cotaco, Talucah, and Valhermosa Springs. In the first two communities named, telephone service is very poor; in Valhermosa Springs it is nonexistent.

Eva

Community class reunion celebrates Morgan schools

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Hats off: Class of 2024 graduates from Hartselle High School

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City adjusts garbage routes for Memorial Day

Falkville

Larry Madison has been a pillar in Falkville for four decades

Hartselle

Hartselle trio nominated for two K-LOVE awards

Hartselle

Hartselle students chosen to attend Girls State

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Hartselle Kiwanis Club continues scholarly legacy with annual golf tournament

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Heartbreaking finish: Hartselle comes up a run short in state baseball finals

Decatur

Fallen Morgan County officers remembered, families honored  

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Hartselle drops Game 1 to Hillcrest, needs two wins for state title

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Despite title loss, Hartselle thankful for state experience 

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Hartselle baseball legend dies

Breaking News

Hartselle baseball legend William Booth dies at 79

At a Glance

ALDOT patching area of Thompson Road tomorrow, Thursday

At a Glance

Spring-time market day in Hartselle scheduled for May 18 

Hartselle

New Crestline Elementary School welcomes students

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Hartselle industry closing, affecting more than 150 jobs  

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Habitat for Humanity applications for homeownership available June 3 

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State seeking death penalty for Fort Payne woman accused of pushing victim off cliff

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Pilot of ultralight dies in Hartselle plane crash

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Northern lights visible from north Alabama

Hartselle

Hartselle students to attend Boys State

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High scorers: 42 Hartselle students a part of ACT 30 plus club

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Hartselle projects budget surplus based on midyear numbers 

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