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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.

Population: 55778
Local Newspapers: The Decatur Daily The Huntsville Times
Local Sports Teams: Alabama Crimson Tide (College Football)
Local Colleges: Alabama A&M University – 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 News
Dog agility show planned in Priceville

Furry, four-legged animals will show off their moves at Decatur Alabama Kennel Club's annual dog agility show Friday through Sunday. Dogs will weave through poles, jump over bars, run through tubes and balance on a teeter totter as they navigate obstacles.

Somerville man remains in critical condition after Decatur wreck

A Somerville man injured in a wreck Sunday in Decatur remained in critical condition this morning at Huntsville Hospital, according to the hospital. Shyquan Jamal Draper, 22, was ejected from the car he was driving when it crashed on Danville Road south of Chapel Hill Road Southwest, police said.

Deputies search for woman who may have information on location of escaped inmate

Sheriff Ana Franklin is asking for your help finding a woman who may know the location of an inmate authorities say escaped from the Morgan County Jail. Morgan County deputies are looking to question 22-year-old Chloe Anne German of Decatur.

Special Olympics

Cathy Thorn videos her son Shawn Thorn as he competes in the 100 meter freestyle during Friday's Special Olympics at the Aquadome. [JOHN GODBEY/DECATUR DAILY] Cathy Thorn and George Christopher cheer for Cathy's son, Shawn, as he competes in the 100 meter freestyle during Friday's Special Olympics at the Aquadome.

City considering relaxing lounge/bar rules for downtown Decatur

As a way to attract millennials, the Planning Commission is examining the possibility of relaxing the city's rules against opening a bar/lounge in downtown Decatur. "I have a lot of young people in my life right now and, if we're going to be a forward-thinking community that's attractive to millennials/young professionals, we need to see if there's a place for lounges/bars in the downtown area," Pike said Tuesday.

Moulton ballfields could be ready as soon as late March

If the weather is dry, the fields at the city's softball/youth baseball complex at H.A. Alexander Park could be available for practice by the end of March, according to Moulton's parks and recreation director. Jackie Burch said Pro Rain of Athens, which is doing the irrigation and grading of the fields, is 29 percent finished with its work.

Decatur man charged with possessing cocaine, police say

An off-duty officer stopped a vehicle Monday on a traffic violation near West Moulton Street and 11th Avenue Northwest, and it was discovered that the license plate was previously reported stolen, Decatur police said. During the investigation, the driver, Prentess J. Foster, 28, of 3526 U.S. 31 South, Apt.

North Alabama schools preparing for auto growth

With the promise of growth from a new Toyota-Mazda plant and its support industries, city and county schools in north Alabama will have to be able to handle more students. The heads of school systems in Athens and Limestone County believe they are either ready to handle more students or can get ready when the time comes.

All hits, no misses

Thumbs up to those who are making a difference in the community. From a church helping impoverished Limestone County students, to a Decatur school recognizing history makers, to Austin High students always seeking to help others, there are plenty of examples of people improving their communities.

Council approves project on gamble Trump budget cuts won't survive

Gambling that President Donald Trump's proposed elimination of a key federal grant won't occur, the Decatur City Council on Monday approved $107,821 to build restrooms at the new Rough Riders Park. The council voted unanimously to approve construction of the restrooms at the park on Sixth Street and 12th Avenue Northwest.

Family of missing Decatur man awaiting forensics

Family members are awaiting forensic analysis to find out if bones found in Jackson County are the remains of a Decatur man missing since October 2016. Authorities said a human skull and other bones have been turned over to a state forensics office to determine if they're the remains of James Robert Elliott, whose 1998 Ford Explorer was found on Crow Mountain near Skyline about a month after he was reported missing from his Decatur home on Oct. 11, 2016.

Toyota-Mazda means new emphasis on Alabama 20 bridge

The coming of the Toyota-Mazda plant to Huntsville's patch in Limestone County has reignited the push for a bridge over Alabama 20. The Decatur Daily is reporting that Decatur officials are talking again about a bridge - a project that became stalled in litigation over a proposed Bass Pro Shops. Toyota-Mazda's plant, projected to open in 2021, is only four miles from the site of the former Bass Pro site, as well as Polaris and Bocar, the paper is reporting.

Decatur police: Hillsboro woman charged with meth possession

An officer was approached about a possible theft as he worked off-duty at Walmart at 2800 Spring Ave. S.W., police said. After an investigation, Amber Lashay Hamilton, 29, of 197 Lawrence County 416, was arrested for misdemeanor fourth-degree theft, according to police.

Workshops set on planned trail

Visioning workshops for the Singing River Trail, a planned 70-mile multi-purpose trail through north Alabama, are scheduled for March 5-6. The Singing River Trail corridor, which would be for biking, walking and other uses, is expected to go west from Madison County into Limestone County, passing through Mooresville and Decatur along Interstate 565/Alabama 20 before turning north on U.S. 31 toward Athens.

22-year-old killed in Sunday-morning Decatur crash

Shyquan Jamal Draper, a 22-year-old from Somerville, was ejected from a 2010 Nissan Altima that overturned off Danville Road, Decatur police said. The crash happened on the 3800 block of Danville Road, which is near the corner of Katie Drive Southwest.

Morgan County woman charged with possessing meth

A Decatur officer was dispatched Sunday to 3240 Point Mallard Parkway to serve a warrant, and met with a Priceville police officer, who had Jennifer Lee Rakestraw in custody, according to Decatur police. Rakestraw was arrested and taken to Morgan County Jail and, while being booked, she was found with methamphetamine, police said.

Decatur High graduate to appear in 'Game Night'

A graduate of Decatur High School and former drama director of Lawrence County Schools' extended arts program will appear in the movie "Game Night" starring Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams. In the murder comedy, which will open in theaters on Thursday, Jessica Lee plays Debbie, the ex-wife of Gary, portrayed by Jesse Plemons, best known for his work in "Friday Night Lights," "Breaking Bad" and "Fargo."

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