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Published 12:54 am Thursday, April 22, 2010

Where are your offices located?


How often does the Hartselle Enquirer publish?


Where can I get a copy of the newspaper?


How do I subscribe to the newspaper?


What are the deadlines for submitting something to the paper?


How do I submit a letter to the editor?


How do I submit a news tip?


How can I get a death notice or obituary published in the paper?


How do I submit an event for a calendar listing?


How do I submit a social announcement?


How do I advertise in the paper?



Where are your offices located? Top

The Hartselle Enquirer office is located at 407 Chestnut St. NW in Hartselle, Alabama.


How often does the Hartselle Enquirer publish? Top

The Hartselle Enquirer is a weekly newspaper that publishes every Thursday.


Where can I get a copy of the newspaper? Top

Copies of the paper can picked up at any of our 62 newsstands and 14 dealers located throughout Morgan County. For more information about where you can pick up a copy of the paper, call the Hartselle Enquirer circulation manager at 256-773-6566 or send an e-mail to news@hartselleenquirer.com.


How do I subscribe to the newspaper? Top

Access information about pricing and order a subscription to the Hartselle Enquirer by clicking on this Subscribe link.


What are the deadlines for submitting something to the paper? Top

News tips:

News – 5 p.m. on Friday for the best chance of publication in the following week’s Thursday paper.

Sports – 5 p.m. on Monday for the best chance of publication in the that week’s Thursday paper.

Click Here to submit a news tip.

Calendar listings:

5 p.m. on Friday for the best chance of publication in the following week’s Thursday paper.

Click Here to submit an item to the Calendar.

Social announcements:

5 p.m. on Friday for the best chance of publication in the following week’s Thursday paper.

Classifieds:

10:00 a.m. on Tuesday for publication in the following Thursday’s paper.

Legal ads:

10:00 a.m. on Tuesday for publication in the following Thursday’s paper.

Display ads:

5 p.m. on Friday for publication in the following Thursday’s paper.



How do I submit a letter to the editor? Top

Click here to submit a letter to the editor.


How do I submit a news tip? Top

Click Here to submit a news tip.


How can I get a death notice or obituary published in the paper? Top

Basic death notices run free of charge in the Hartselle Enquirer. Only obituaries submitted by funeral homes will be accepted.

Photos may be included with death notices.

Funeral Homes can click on this link to submit a death notice. (This page is password protected.)



How do I submit an event for a calendar listing? Top

Church happenings, community events and nonprofit activities may be listed in the newspaper’s calendar free of charge.

Click Here to submit an item to the Calendar.

If you do not want to submit a calendar event via the submission form, calendar submissions can be e-mailed news@hartselleenquirer.com, called in at 256-773-6566 or faxed at 256-773-1953.



How do I submit a social announcement? Top

Engagements and marriage announcements run free of charge.

Wedding anniversary announcements run free of charge.

Birthday announcements run free of charge for any age as long as the basic birthday form and a current photo are used.

To submit your announcement you can download an online form and fax it or bring it by our office. To download any one of these forms, click on the About Us button in the main menu bar and select Submit Your News link.



How do I advertise in the paper? Top

Classified ads: Contact our classified advertising department by e-mail: barb.davis@hartselleenquirer.com or by phone: 256-773-6566.

Public notices: Submit public notices by e-mail: ann.kirby@hartselleenquirer.com or fax at 256-773-1953.

Display advertising: Contact a marketing consultant by e-mail: ads@hartselleenquirer.com or phone: 256-773-6566.

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