Home-grown Beasley accepts Daleville Recreation Center director job

Home-grown Beasley accepts Daleville Recreation Center director job
Brook Beasley is returning to her roots.The Newton native has accepted the position as the Billy Adkins Community Center’s director.

Former Warhawks named to all-conference teams

By Casey Strickland sports@southeastsun.com

Former Warhawks named to all-conference teams
The Sun Belt announced its all conference teams Monday at its media day in New Orleans, and a pair of former Daleville Warhawks was among the honorees.

Sweet Tooth Bar-B-Que named finalist in "Alabama's Best BBQ Ribs" contest

From AL.com

Sweet Tooth Bar-B-Que named finalist in "Alabama's Best BBQ Ribs" contest

About two years ago, Richard Bellone and his wife, Sabine, started selling their barbecue out of a trailer at Fort Rucker. The soldiers appreciated having Bellone around so much that when he recently moved into a new location, members of the officers' candidate program took a Saturday to help him move.

Thanks to a statewide hunt for the best bbq ribs, Sweet Tooth Bar-B-Que is now a top destination for bbq fans across the region. Sweet Tooth finished second last fall in AL.com's Mobile and South Alabama reader poll for Alabama's Best BBQ Ribs. 

Two local hospitals named among top ten safest in nation

Two local hospitals named among top ten safest in nation

Out of 2,523 hospitals in the United States, Enterprise Medical Center and Flowers Hospital (in Dothan) have both been ranked in the top ten for safety by the The Leapfrog Group, an independent, national not-for-profit organization that was founded more than a decade ago by the nation’s leading employers and private health care experts.

Daleville band brings home top honors

From The Southeast Sun

Daleville band brings home top honors

The Daleville High School Concert Band made the 2,100-mile round trip to New York City and brought back two pieces of hardware from the Heritage Performance New York City Music Festival.

The trophies recognized the band as the top program in attendance at the festival, and gave recognition to the group for receiving all superior scores during the competition phase.

“It took a lot of practice,” said Tyme Jacobs, band captain. “We work hard during our fourth block classes, and it feels amazing to be able to represent for our school and town. It sets a bar for the next generation to come up and try to match. I want the younger students to work hard to try to surpass us.”

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