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Alabama 4-H students from Walker and Winston County will show the chickens they have raised as part of the 2018 Chick Chain project on Saturday, Sept. 29 at 4 p.m. at the Northwest Alabama Fair. The chickens will be auctioned beginning at 6 p.m. Breeds include Rhode Island Red, Buff Orpington, Gold Laced Wyandotte's, Barred Plymouth Rock and Easter Eggers.

The Eighth Annual Empty Bowls Dinner to benefit the Winston County Arts Council and Main Street Ministries will be held at the Municipal Building in Double Springs on Thursday, Oct. 11, at 5 p.m.The … more
Jilda and I experience synchronicity all the time. When preparing to go somewhere, we’ll get dressed in our separate bathrooms. When it’s time to leave, and we meet in the great room by the door, … more
In a previous column I mentioned that I received a lot of feedback on the articles recently published in the Daily Mountain Eagle. There have been those whom I see infrequently that surprised me when … more
Walker County Extension AgentFall begins with 4H Poultry Show, Estate Planning and Small Business workshops As the fall season begins, things just seem to get busier and busier for all of us … more
While other college seniors were preparing for graduate school or filling out job applications this spring, Sarah Neill was starting her own business.The Perfect Fit, Neill's online clothing … more
Kathy Buchanan is convinced that she has the best job in the world.Buchanan has been a direct support professional with the Arc of Walker County for 19 years.Her role is to provide support services … more
As I write these words, Hurricane Florence is bearing down on the Southeast coast. Florence looks like a beast. I read that some people plan to stay and ride out the storm. I’m concerned for their … more
I have been overwhelmed by the number of readers who have contacted me to let me know that they are ready to take the journey across time with me. Over my eighty years I have had the opportunity to … more

Pictured are grandparents spending time with their grandchildren at T.R. Simmons Elementary School on Friday, ahead of Grandparents Day, today. Schools across Walker County welcomed grandparents last week to enjoy lunch with their grandchildren or visit their classrooms. 


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