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Located on the banks of the Wheeler Lake on the Tennessee River Decatur is known as "The River City". The city was named in honor of Stephen Decatur, an American naval officer, who was killed in a duel in 1820. The city is home to the Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge and a United Launch Alliance plant. The plant is a rocket manufacturer for all satellite launching rockets used by the United States government. The plant to ship completed rockets to Cape Canaveral in Florida uses the Tennessee River.
Local Newspapers: The Decatur Daily The Huntsville Times
Local Sports Teams: Alabama Crimson Tide (College Football)
Local Colleges: Alabama A&M University â€“ Huntsville University of Alabama in Huntsville
Zip Codes associated with decatur, alabama:
35601 35603 35670 35673
Towns/Cities near decatur, alabama : Moulton Heights Mooresville Priceville
Decatur school nominated for Blue Ribbon status
McKenzie Hartsfield and Brianna Bello collaborate on a project in a STEM class at Leon Sheffield Magnet School. [JOHN GODBEY/DECATUR DAILY] Griffon Halbrooks, Andrew Barker and Honesti Mason collaborate on a project in a STEM class at Leon Sheffield Magnet School.Happy Birthday
Jayde Clay turns 2 years old today. She is the daughter of April Ashford and Corey Clay, of Decatur.Monuments should be local issue
True conservatives, of course, do not limit this principle to differentiating between state and federal government. Local governmental entities are closer to the people than is state government.Alabama man reportedly on missing Army helicopter; search continues off coast of Hawaii
An Alabama man has been identified as one of five crew members reported missing after their Army helicopter went down off the coast of Hawaii. Brian Woeber, originally of Decatur, was on board the helicopter that was reported down late Tuesday night, according to social media postings from family and friends.Witt to remain on DCS payroll
A Decatur teacher who admitted in court filings to having a "romantic relationship" with at least one student likely will remain on the district's payroll until her legal proceedings are completed, said Superintendent Michael Douglas. He said Carrie Witt's status with the district will remain "paid administrative leave" until an injunction blocking the school district from scheduling a due process hearing is lifted.Caudle gets new attorney after refusing to testify, complains about jail
Advancing into unmapped legal territory, a Morgan County judge allowed two attorneys to withdraw from a murder case on ethical grounds after their client accepted a plea deal and then refused to testify against his co-defendants as he promised. In an order Tuesday afternoon, Circuit Judge Glen Thompson relieved attorneys Larry Madison and Christy Miller of their responsibility representing Ryan O'neal Caudle.Diving Into Water's Impact: Traveling Smithsonian exhibit at Carnegie
The Smithsonian Institute's "Water l Ways" traveling exhibit is open at the Carnegie Visual Arts Center. [JESSICA GALLAGHER/DECATUR DAILY] The newest exhibit at the Carnegie Visual Arts Center is an interactive display that explores the importance of water.Beltline sewer extension 6 months from completion
A Decatur Utilities contractor is six months from completing the Beltline Road sewer extension that officials hope will open up the northwest corner of the city to economic development. [JOHN GODBEY/DECATUR DAILY] A pumping station for a sewer extension at the Beltline and Alabama 20 is on schedule for an early 2018 completion.Governor's $1.3M grant finishes work on new Redstone gate
Gov. Kay Ivey officially opened a new $13 million main gate to Huntsville's Redstone Arsenal today, and she brought a $1.3 million state check to help pay for it. Ivey awarded a state grant to the Redstone project because of the base's $100 million annual economic impact on Alabama and the daily traffic congestion backing up from the gate to Interstate 565.Police: More than 5 pounds of Spice seized from Decatur home
A Decatur couple was arrested and more than 5 pounds of Spice seized from a Decatur residence Thursday, police said. Hamilton Stevenson, 36, and Ameisha Dothard, 30, both of 172 Alabama 67 South, were arrested Thursday after officers found 5.6 pounds of Spice - synthetic marijuana - behind their house, police said.Changes to Decatur Police Department promotion process proposed
The Decatur Personnel Board voted this morning to recommend changes to the Police Department promotion process that include a new tiebreaker, a new point system and how a college degree counts in this system. The recommendation comes just before the department begins the process of finding a new captain.Civil discourse needed
It's tempting to conclude that the political acrimony of recent years is acceptable. The nastiness, however, is damaging our nation and has begun seeping into local politics.The RailYard owner takes over Albany Bistro lease
Tyler Jones, owner of The RailYard, is taking over the Albany Bistro on Grant Street Southeast. [CRYSTAL VANDER WEIT/DECATUR DAILY] David Holladay checks his watch while waiting on a friend to arrive at the Railyard in Decatur last week.State releases new 2016 graduation rates
Graduation rates in 2016 for the six public school systems in Lawrence, Limestone and Morgan counties were at or above the state average, with Hartselle City Schools leading the way. "We're proud of where we are, but our goal is to make sure every student graduates," Superintendent Dee Dee Jones said about Hartselle's 95 percent graduation rate.Man shot during home invasion indicted for burglary
A Morgan County grand jury has indicted a Decatur man on a burglary charge after he was shot in the chest while allegedly forcing his way into a Northwest Decatur residence and threatening its occupants. The Morgan County District Attorney's Office reported Samuel Everett Elliott, 49, of 311 10th Ave. N.W., was indicted on a charge of first-degree burglary last month.Light voter turnout no surprise, inspector says
The poll inspector at Carrie Matthews Recreation Center in Decatur said he's not surprised by a light voter turnout in today's Senate Primary. "I doubt if we get 10 percent turnout in the whole state," said David Chairs.Turnout very low in Alabama Senate race testing Trump reach
In this Aug. 3, 2017, file photo, candidate Doug Jones chats with constituents before a Democratic Senate candidate forum at the Princess Theatre in Decatur, Ala. Jones is facing Michael Hansen , who leads an environmental group, in the Democrat primary on Tuesday, Aug. 15. .
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