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Daily Mountain Eagle - Rick Watson

Exotic animals  presented at Summer Reading Program

The 6th Day Creatures Animal Adventures educational outreach program was on hand to entertain children enrolled in the Annual Summer Reading program at the Sumiton Public Library on Tuesday. The children got a close up look at a variety of exotic animals. “They brought turtles, snakes, a bearded dragon, guinea pigs, and other creatures,” said Lori Jackson director of Sumiton Public Library.

CARBON HILL - Carbon Hill Fire Chief Buddy Smith told the Carbon Hill City Council Monday night about a number of needs, including internet service. "We need some new lights in the jail and … more
Night shift patrol officers are credited with making arrests over the past few days that ended a string of burglaries in the city.One arrest involved a rash of burglaries in a neighborhood, while the … more
The Walker County Commission will likely put off transferring responsibility to Sheriff Nick Smith for feeding prisoners, but they have cleared one hurdle in that a new state act gives more direction … more
DORA – Mayor Randy Stephens reported to the Dora City Council at last week’s meeting that the Horse Creek Golf Course enjoyed its best month ever in May. Golfers played 3,200 rounds of golf … more
Week 3 of DME Fish Tales is here! Visit our Facebook page to enter your fish photo, and encourage your friends and family to like your post. Votes will be tallied on Tuesday night. Fish Tales is … more
Popular retailer Five Below is coming to Jasper.A groundbreaking was held Monday at the store's future site next to Hobby Lobby in the Jasper Square Shopping Center.Project Developer Carter Cooper of … more
Recruiting businesses to locate in cities large and small is a complicated feat that can take years of negotiations to become a reality, and the process is no different for the City of … more
Citizens from District 3 complained at Monday's Walker County Commission meeting that they have not been able to reach their commissioner, Ralph Williams - who was not at the meeting - over road … more
SIPSEY — Walker County residents started voicing concerns about the drinking water last week after River Valley Ingredients (Tyson Farms Inc.) released partially treated effluent (liquid … more
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