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HAMILTON — Bevill State Community College has launched a truck driver training program on its Hamilton campus.Classes for the seven-week program began April 29, and participants will receive a … more
Lupton Jr. High School's archery team is a force to be reckoned with, and they will be showcasing their skills at a national competition this week.The team will attend the National Archery in the … more
Levi Sanford describes himself as an old soul, but he's creating new life through imagery. The Bevill State Community College student and photographer will walk across the graduation stage later … more
Three Bevill State students were recently honored at the annual All-Alabama Community College Academic Team Recognition Ceremony on April 19.StoriLee Brown of Bevill State-Jasper and Kai Spear of … more

Rain held off for the Simmons @ Sunset 5K and Fun Run Friday night. Hundreds gathered for the annual event that takes runners around Jasper and raises money for T.R. Simmons Elementary School. Others gathered for fun and food on the school's campus Friday.

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Some of Walker County's brightest students have secured jobs that will pave their way to a successful future.The Walker County Center of Technology (WCCT) held an inaugural signing day on Thursday. … more
OAKMAN — Oakman High and Oakman Middle schools' fishing teams will both be competing in this year's Alabama Student Angler Bass Fishing Association (ASABFA) state tournament.The ASABFA Classic will … more
Walker County Center of Technology's HOSA- Future Health Professionals students will be competing at an international competition this summer.WCCT students Shannan Snow, Alivia Bridgmon, Kjerstin … more
CURRY — The lives of 21 Curry High School seniors have been shaken, in what is being called by the county school superintendent an "inexcusable" error.In late March or early April, first-year Curry … more

Three Jasper High School students were named part of the school's ACT 30+ Club at the Jasper City Board of Education meeting Monday. From left to right, Colton Hall, Ivey-Elise Ivey and Dayton Talley have all earned a 30 or higher on the ACT. The highest score a student can receive is a 36. High ACT scores can help students earn full ride scholarships to colleges and universities. Over 20 Jasper High students have earned ACT scores of 30 or greater.

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