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Autumn is coming. Even without a calendar, some signs provide hints. The days are getting noticeably shorter, hummingbirds are tanking up to fly south, and the wind out of the west feels different. … more
 Is it just me or can you just begin to feel the first hints of the upcoming fall with slightly shorter days and cooler less humid early mornings…. or maybe it’s just the beginning of both … more
Thriving businesses now are personal fitness establishments and programs that provide an opportunity to get the exercise that the body needs. In my eighty years of life, I have observed desk jobs … more
Nearly 30 boats participated in the Rotary Veterans Boat Parade on Saturday, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Jasper. The first-time event took place at Smith Lake, with the parade beginning and ending at Duncan Bridge Marina.  Some veterans were in attendance and enjoyed fellowship with Rotarians. Video from the parade can be viewed on the Daily Mountain Eagle Facebook page. more
THEN - Radio was one way that we could find entertainment if we could get anything worthwhile through the static. There were thousands of radio shows that came and went, but there were some that I … more
Many vegetables are well adapted to planting in the summer for fall harvest, which will extend the gardening season so you can continue to harvest fresh produce after earlier crops have finished … more
Editor's note: "Time-out" will be a recurring series on the Daily Mountain Eagle's Education page to feature Q&A's with students and school personnel. Maddox Intermediate School sixth-grader … more
Tommy Fowler and Carl Cannon Chevrolet recently donated an old fire truck to the Walker County Center of Technology. WCCT's Electrathon/STEAM Team announced the donation on Facebook this week, and … more
A Cordova native will be signing copies of her award-winning novel at Jasper Public Library on Tuesday.Laura Hunter's "Beloved Mother," published by Alabama-based Bluewater Publications, won in the … more
When small, we would play cars with any object we could push around in the dirt. We would push out roads to drive our vehicles on, and when the car was in motion we would make a sound with our lips … more
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