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About: decatur, alabama

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
School board delays some teacher assignments

"We're just not ready yet, but most employees have been told where they will be next year," Superintendent Michael Douglas said before Tuesday's school board meeting. Douglas' feeder pattern change that closed Brookhaven Middle, made Cedar Ridge Middle a school for sixth- and seventh-graders, and created Austin Junior High means some teachers will have to change where they teach.

Storm Cleanup and Roof Repair

Decatur City Street Services Department places a large tree trunk into a dump truck at Sixth Avenue Northwest in Decatur on Tuesday as cleanup from the April 3 storm continues. More photos at decaturdaily.com , [CRYSTAL VANDER WEIT/DECATUR DAILY] Volunteer Mutt Carroll replaces shingles on a roof on a home at the corner of Second Street and Eleventh Avenue Northwest in Decatur on Tuesday.

Two-lane portion of 14th Street in Decatur closed to replace drainage pipe

The two-lane portion of 14th Street Southeast in Decatur, which runs between Morgan Price Candy and Peoples Bank parallel to the five-lane portion of the street, will be closed from Wolverine Drive to Sixth Avenue, beginning today. The two-lane portion of 14th Street Southeast in Decatur, which runs between Morgan Price Candy and Peoples Bank parallel to the five-lane portion of the street, will be closed from Wolverine Drive to Sixth Avenue, beginning today.

911 transcript: Caller told dispatcher he shot man who pulled gun on him

A caller to Morgan County E-911 Center last month told a dispatcher that he shot a man who had pulled a gun on him, according to a 911 transcript. "This is from the Brookridge Apartments.

Birmingham's John Archibald wins Pulitzer; Post's reporting on Roy Moore also wins

John Archibald, left, a columnist for the Alabama Media Group, embraces Michelle Holmes, vice president of content for Alabama Media Group, on Monday in Birmingham after Archibald was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for commentary. [JOE SONGER/AL.COM] John Archibald, left, a columnist for the Alabama Media Group, embraces Michelle Holmes, vice president of content for Alabama Media Group, on Monday in Birmingham after Archibald was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for commentary.

Gas prices higher locally, statewide

The average price for a gallon of regular in the Decatur metro area on Sunday was almost $2.44, which was about six cents higher than a week earlier, according to GasBuddy.com . Consumers were paying an extra quarter per gallon compared to last month and 30 cents more than a year earlier.

Downtown Decatur exhibit features work by Calhoun students

An exhibit at the Alabama Center for the Arts features paintings, sculptures, photographs and drawings by Calhoun Community College students. The Student Art Show will remain on display through April 24, when a closing reception will take place from noon to 1 p.m. Visitors to the exhibit, which appears in the main gallery, the walking gallery and on the second floor, can vote on their three favorite pieces.

Litigation blocking Alabama 20 development continues with appeal

Decatur officials have been waiting for the legal process to play out on the development of land at Alabama 20 and Interstate 65 in Limestone County, but the court battle will continue following an appeal being filed. Genesis USA, the planned developer of a collapsed project called Sweetwater that was to be anchored by Bass Pro, this month appealed a judgment dismissing its lawsuit against Sam Frazier.

Redstone Federal Credit Union wins global awards

Katie Royal has been a Redstone Federal Credit Union member since she was a little girl, thanks to her parents who signed her up for a checking account in the '90s. Now in her early 30s, the Decatur resident said she has done business with other financial institutions, but the customer service at RFCU is by far the best.

Seminar planned on historical rehabilitation tax credit

To make sure developers and private property owners are aware of the Historical Rehabilitation Tax Credit created by lawmakers in 2013, a seminar is scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon June 15 at the Alabama Center for the Arts in Decatur. It is a 25 percent refundable tax credit for private homeowners and commercial property owners who substantially rehabilitate historic properties on or eligible for the National Registry of Historic Places, and are at least 60 years old.

Chatterbox: Decatur couple attends music awards show in Nashville

Lynn and Beth Hardin attended the IMC Awards at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville last week. Lynn is associated with BAM Records and was thrilled as Buddy Jewell's song, "I'm There," won song of the year.

Opening Day of Farmers Market

Ryan Ramey walks through the market after purchasing a plant from Mack Suit during the opening day of the Farmers Market in Decatur on Saturday. [CHRIS SHIMEK/DECATUR DAILY] Hughey Reynolds smiles for the camera during the opening day of the Farmers Market in Decatur on Saturday.

Heavy rainfall, two rounds of potentially severe storms forecast for Decatur area

Kinsey Hensley and her 3-year-old, Lily Ruth, enjoy the sunshine in a swing at Delano Park in Decatur on Friday. Severe weather is in the forecast today.

Free supplies help storm victims prepare for weekend weather

City of Decatur excavator operator Lawrence Warren removes storm debris at the Pentecostal House of Prayer on Memorial Drive northwest Thursday morning. Video at decaturdaily.com .

Ascend donation helps assist the homeless

David Haller is homeless, but thankful for the support he receives from Hands Across Decatur and the Ascend Performance Material Cares program. "It only takes one bad event in your life to become homeless," he said.

Police: Toney man dies after Alabama 20 crash; 2nd vehicle left scene

A Toney man died early this morning after his Ford Taurus was struck from behind by another vehicle and crashed on Alabama 20 just west of Interstate 565, Decatur police said. The wreck occurred at approximately 2:20 a.m. Police said the 2003 Ford Taurus was traveling eastbound on Alabama 20 when it was struck by the second vehicle.

5 Things to Do

Athens' Art After Hours, organized by High Cotton Arts and Athens Arts League, is a free community event featuring snacks, children's crafts and music by 72 West, an Athens-based pop, country and rock band. The event is from 5-8 p.m. Bronc-riding, lasso-signing cowboys will compete in the annual Morgan County Sheriff's Rodeo today and Saturday at Celebration Arena, 67 Horse Center Road, Priceville.

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