Police: Alabama man tries to sell someone else’s house
ELBA, Ala. (AP) — An Alabama man faces a charge of first-degree attempted theft after he listed for sale a house that belonged to someone else.
LEVEL PLAINS, Ala. (AP) — An Alabama man flapping his arms like wings attacked a police officer with a flashlight and gashed the officer in the head.
TUPELO, Miss. (AP) — A Mississippi bank is buying banks in Texas and Florida.
BancorpSouth of Tupelo announced Tuesday that it has agreed to buy Summit Bank of Panama City, Florida, and...
Bollweevil it or not, Alabama town gets giant insects as art
ENTERPRISE, Ala. (AP) — Giant replicas of boll weevils will soon invade a southeast Alabama town that celebrates the insect.
Man who escaped Alabama work release center is recaptured
ELBA, Ala. (AP) — An inmate who escaped from an Alabama work release center last week has been captured.
The Alabama Department of Corrections told news outlets that 36-year-old Terrance Leon Couch was arrested by the Enterprise Police Department around 3 p.m. Saturday.
Prison officials say Couch had escaped from the Elba Work Release Center on Friday.
Alabama man arrested on 11th anniversary of double killing
DOTHAN, Ala. (AP) — Authorities say an Alabama man has been arrested in a pair of killings on the 11th anniversary of the double homicide.
News outlets report that Enterprise police charged 41-year-old Robert Aaron Hvarven of Dothan with capital murder Tuesday.
The charges come 11 years to the day after 30-year-old James Mathew Helms and 20-year-old Scott Allen Heib were shot to death at their home near Enterprise.
ENTERPRISE, Ala. (AP) — As U.S. Rep. Martha Roby of Alabama chatted with a farmer after a meeting in her district on agriculture legislation, she was peppered with questions on a range of conservative issues.
She was eager to answer. Border wall? She supports it. Abortion? Against it.
DETROIT (AP) — A Michigan company has filed a federal lawsuit against LeBron James, claiming his digital media platform stole an idea.
Adventure Enterprise is suing "Uninterrupted," which was co-founded by James with business partner Maverick Carter, and Cree Nix for use of a "Shop Talk," concept.
The Detroit-based company claims it shared the idea with Nix from 2014 to 2016, identifying her as an employee of "Uninterrupted."
ENTERPRISE, Ala. (AP) — Kayleigh Hart belongs to a special group of people, and her induction to the group five years ago was something she never wanted.
"Nobody wants to be in this club of grieving parent. It's not supposed to work like that," the Enterprise woman said. "You're not supposed to bury your children. They're supposed to bury you. It's the worst club no one wants to be in."
Man heads to South Korea for month-long trip
DOTHAN, Ala. (AP) — When Winter Olympic officials hand out some gold, silver, and bronze medals this weekend, an Enterprise man will be there to witness it.
Sean Roehler has been visiting friends in South Korea, the site of this year's Winter Olympics, since Feb. 1. The trip to see the Olympics this weekend originated with an idea he and friends stationed at the U.S. Army installation Camp Humphreys in South Korea had last year.
William E. "Bill" Carmichael, 90, a lifelong lawman, of Danforth, and formerly of Gilman, passed away at 11:25 p.m. Sunday (Feb. 4, 2018) at Prairieview Lutheran Home in Danforth, following a short illness.
By Peter Jasinski
LEOMINSTER -- The city may not be getting Amazon, but Mayor Dean Mazzarella said he's looking forward to attracting more bigger companies to the area in the future.
The online retail giant announced Thursday that it had narrowed the list of potential homes for their second headquarters to 20 cities, but Leominster did not make the list.
Ashville 71, Walter Wellborn 31
Athens 61, West Limestone 49
Central-Phenix City 74, Shaw, Ga. 57
Chilton County 53, Maplesville 52
Deshler 74, Hubbard 62
Ellwood Christian Academy 74, Marengo 53
Enterprise 56, Headland 53
Escambia Academy 75, Russell Christian Academy, Miss. 41
THE PAPERWORK WASN'T even in when Nicholas Carbone announced plans to put his name in the running for the At-Large City Council seat, which state Senator-elect Dean Tran has announced he will vacate.
"I possess the skills and have the track record of bringing Fitchburg forward as a former city councilor and School Committee member," Carbone wrote in a message to the Sentinel & Enterprise on Dec. 8.
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It's rare when a $9.99 bottle of wine emerges as the "best of show" at a grand tasting event, but Wine ConneXtion co-owner Sam Messina was glad to pin the honor on Napa Valley's Trim Cabernet Sauvignon two weeks ago.
"The winery burnt to the ground in the recent California fires. All the stock went. The vines went. It's just so terrible," said Messina, whose family-run enterprise celebrated its eighth anniversary with a complimentary blowout tasting of 60 still and sparkling wines.
Fern B. Kieffer, 96, of St. Charles, died Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017, at Whitewater Health Care in St. Charles.
Fern was born Jan. 4, 1921, in Minnesota City to Paul Reps Sr. and Barb (Denzer) Reps. At the age of 5, Fern moved with her family to Fremont. She attended Enterprise School before graduating from Lewiston High School.
ST. CHARLES, Minn. — Fern B. Kieffer, 96 of St. Charles died Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017, at Whitewater Health Care in St. Charles.
Abbeville 26, Geneva County 20
Alabama Christian Academy 35, Trinity Presbyterian 21
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A contracting representative for the U.S. Army has pleaded guilty in Los Angeles to a federal bribery charge involving fraudulent invoices submitted by South Korean contractors.
The U.S. attorney's office says 50-year-old Marcus Flowers of Enterprise, Alabama, pleaded guilty Thursday to conspiracy to commit bribery.
U.S. District Judge Percy Anderson set sentencing for Sept. 11. The offense carries a maximum of five years in prison.
Current, former West Orange-Stark football players issued arrest warrant for spring break brawl
According to Enterprise news partner 12 News, two current and one former West Orange-Stark football players are among four suspects in a Spring Break beating of an Orange County man at Crystal Beach.
Warrants for felony aggravated assault have been issued for Morris Joseph, 18, Rufus Joseph, 18, Deionte Thompson, 20 and Daletredricc Wolfford, 21, according to Major Douglas Hudson of the Galveston County Sheriff's Office.
ENTERPRISE, Ala. (AP) — Police are investigating the shooting death of a man at a party in Enterprise, Alabama.
AL.com reports (http://bit.ly/2oXc8GI ) that Sgt. Billy Haglund says that police responded to a house party early Sunday morning. The victim was shot multiple times inside the home and died on the scene. He has not been identified.
Dance company performs ‘Moana’s Island Adventure’
DOTHAN, Ala. (AP) — A summer trip to Disney World in Orlando last year so inspired Ashlie Wells that before the movie "Moana" even hit theaters, Wells started working on choreography for a dance production about the strong-willed daughter of a Polynesian chief trying to save her tribe's island.
"We actually started working on this two, three months before the movie even came out," said Wells, the co-artistic director for Dothan's Southeast Alabama Dance Company (SEADAC).
ENTERPRISE, Ala. (AP) — Ten years ago, Theresa Frusha was seven months pregnant and covering her two children with her own body in a bathtub while a tornado ripped her house apart.
"The entire roof blew off," she said. "The only two rooms that held up were the bathrooms. Open the bathroom door and we were outside."
ENTERPRISE, Ala. (AP) — Not a dry eye was seen in the Performing Arts Center at Enterprise High School.
University of Illinois to review diversity plan for vendors
CHICAGO (AP) — Trustees for the University of Illinois are set to review a proposal that would boost its goals for doing business with companies owned by minorities, women and people with disabilities.
The proposal would also set a goal of awarding 3 percent of state contracts to small businesses owned by military veterans and disabled veterans, the News-Gazette (http://bit.ly/2jcmSxl) reported.