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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
Getting ready for the world's next weapons threat, Hypersonics

"Speed kills"is a phrase commonly used when talking about safe driving. These days it's connected with the next wave of weapons that has defense planners in the United States concerned.

'American Idol' contestant added to Riverfest lineup

An "American Idol" contestant and staple of the north Alabama music scene joined the lineup for Riverfest, a two-day barbecue competition and music festival scheduled for Sept. 14-15 at Ingalls Harbor in Decatur.

Mobile man charged in Decatur theft

A Mobile man who rented items from a Decatur business is facing charges after attempting to sell the items online, according to Decatur police. Police said Christopher Wayne Barber, 30, 1619 Jasper Road, Mobile, was arrested Saturday on unrelated charges by the Hartselle Police Department.

Man in critical condition after shooting in Decatur, suspect in custody

At approximately 2:12 p.m. Sunday afternoon, police were dispatched to 1809 Windover Place to look into a reported shooting. During the course of the investigation, police said they determined Cedric Pettway, 31, shot Timothy Stover.

City wrong to balk at debris pickup

Decatur officials should re-examine their policies and attitudes on picking up tree and shrubbery debris. After the April 3 storm damage, the city talked about rules on debris collection instead of offering unconditional help.

Mid-career teacher pay concerns Alabama officials

The starting pay for a new teacher in Alabama with a bachelor's degree last year was a little more than $38,400 - not far off the national average and above neighboring states' pay. While that's an issue the Alabama Senate education budget chairman said last week he's looking at, the state's largest teacher organization says it has been assured a second pay raise in two years is coming in 2020.

Lawrence County man had 8 ancestors on opposite sides of the Civil War

Jerry Hopkins said he started looking for his family members that fought in the Civil War more than two decades ago. His great-grandfather, Jesse "Tobe" Blankenship, joined the Union Army in 1864 and is buried in Landersville Cemetery.

Chatterbox: Sen. Doug Jones attends gala honoring Decatur educators

U.S. Sen. Doug Jones, D-Birmingham, right, greets attendees at the Alabama A&M University alumni scholarship gala at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel. [JERONIMO NISA/DECATUR DAILY] Amber Moody Stuart, right, celebrated her 40th birthday with her father, Mark Moody, left, and a performance by Taylor Hicks, center.

Committee trying to reach Decatur residents still in need after storm

A local committee is trying to reach Decatur residents who still need help to recover from the April 3 storm. "We're really in the assessment phase right now," said local businessman Wade Dinsmore, co-chair of the Decatur-Morgan Long-Term Recovery Committee.

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Start the weekend off with Fridays After Five, Athens' summertime monthly block party. Street performers, artists, musicians and games will entertain visitors to downtown Athens from 5 to 8 p.m. Featured musician Tom McClung will perform from 6 to 8 p.m. on the steps of the Limestone County Courthouse.

Love of the Lord: Hartselle Camp Meeting to honor 81-year-old Morgan County evangelist

Beneath Hartselle Tabernacle's century-old cedar posts, hundreds will gather to honor one of north Alabama's longest-serving religious leaders. The 119th Hartselle Camp Meeting, one of the state's oldest religious gatherings, will kick off June 24 with a Junior Hill Appreciation Day.

Decatur pair charged with breaking into Athens storage units, chief said

Brandon Wayne Cole, 35, and Lauren Ashley Moore Tapscott, 33, were charged Thursday with six counts each of third-degree burglary, Johnson said. Cole and Tapscott, of 1108A1 2 Eighth Ave. S.E. Decatur, are accused of breaking into storage units at Westside Mini Storage on Kings Drive and M&M Mini Storage on Lucasferry Road, Johnson said.

Police: Muscle Shoals woman faces possession charges after accident

A Muscle Shoals woman was arrested for possessing synthetic cannabinoids after she was involved in an accident, according to Decatur police. An officer responding to a one-vehicle collision on Plugs Drive later found that the driver, Pamela Denise Franks, 26, 1365 Alabama Ave., was in possession of an amount of synthetic cannabinoids, police said in a release.

Decatur police to host Alternative Choices summer program

Decatur police will host their annual Alternative Choices summer program during the weeks of June 25-29, July 9-13 and July 17-20. The free program provides community-oriented enrichment for children ages 8 to 14. Participants will visit Wilson Morgan Park, Reeves Peach Farm, Cathedral Caverns and Point Mallard Water Park.

City's nonprofit allocations face uncertain future

Calhoun Community College nursing student Amanda Sharp checks Pattie Helms' vitals in the triage room at the Community Free Clinic in Decatur this week. The clinic would feel a major impact if the city ended appropriations for nonprofits.

Riverwalk Marina repairs waiting on bids, insurance estimate

A boat arrives at Riverwalk Marina with the destruction caused by the April 3 storm clearly visible on the A dock. [JERONIMO NISA/DECATUR DAILY] The owner of Riverwalk Marina said he is waiting to see how much insurance will cover for repairs from the April 3 storm.

At least 2 shot during argument at birthday party in Decatur

At least two people are in Huntsville Hospital this morning after a shooting in Decatur. Witnesses tell police the shooting happened during an argument over a woman.

Happenings

The deadline to submit items for The Decatur Daily Happenings column is 10 days before the event. Information, however, may be submitted up to six weeks in advance.

2 Decatur men, juvenile charged with burglarizing home

A Decatur resident reported that his Seventh Street Southeast residence was burglarized and several items were stolen, according to police. Detectives reviewed video from a surveillance system, and Jimmy Chambers Jr., Bennie Miland III and a 15-year-old were positively identified, police said.

Decatur man charged with breaking into vehicle

A Freemont Street Southwest resident reported that an unknown male broke into a vehicle and stole an unknown amount of change from the car, according to police. During an investigation, Christopher Trey Butts was developed as the primary suspect and was found Wednesday night near Second Avenue and Eighth Street Southwest, police said.

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