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Castle Realty opens in Decatur

Julia Davenport of Hartselle is opening a new business in Decatur.

Castle Realty will list and sell land for residential and commercial properties.

The business will be at 4213 U.S. 31 S. in Decatur and will operate full time.

Emily Peck

Chiropractic group elects officers

The Alabama State Chiropractic Association elected officers. Michael Patterson of Cullman assumes the office of second vice president and Phillip Maxwell of Decatur is parliamentarian. Patterson and Maxwell take office Oct. 1 and serve until Sept. 30, 2008.

Emily Peck

Hargrove and Associates moves

Hargrove and Associates Inc. has relocated to 216 Johnston St. S.E. in Decatur.

The business phone number and e-mail address remain the same.

Emily Peck

Nuclear institute honors Decatur man

Browns Ferry’s Michael Keck of Decatur was honored for his work with the Tennessee Valley Authority. He was one of four engineers to develop TVA’s nuclear fuel assembly inspection program.

The Nuclear Energy Institute presented TVA with a special recognition award for vision and leadership in this program. The award is one of 14 Top Industry Practice Awards that the NEI presents.

TVA Chief Nuclear Officer Bill Campbell said the inspection program has contributed to improvements in fuel reliability in reactors.

He called the award a good example of employees using creativity and teamwork to improve the performance of TVA’s nuclear power plants.

The fuel inspection program is the most comprehensive program used in the nuclear industry today.

Emily Peck

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