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Roger and Vicki Hill are ready to retire - but that doesn't mean they won't be sad to leave behind Southern Wholesale Jewelers after 31 years in business on Highway 118 (Highway 78) in Jasper.

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A Quinton man was arrested on distribution charges Sunday by the members of the county's Multijurisdictional Drug Task Force.

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Longtime Cordova council member Theodore Warren Branch Sr. died Dec. 3 at age 83.

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A newly-released academic study by one of Alabama’s foremost economists determined the coal industry has a tremendous positive impact on the state’s economy, and the financial gains are expected to continue.

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When Sheriff Nick Smith took office in January, the question in some voters' minds was if  the approach that had worked for him at two small town police departments would be successful at the county level.

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Daily Mountain Eagle - Ed Howell and Jeffery Winborne

Motorcyclists converge on Eldridge for Toy Run

Motorcyclists converged on the Eldridge Children's Home Saturday during the Eldridge Toy Run. Motorcycle riders from all directions gathered to raise funds for the home at the event, which also featured an auction, a car show and food. Children also received gifts. About $100,000 has been raised in the previous three years. 

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Lupton Jr. High School Resource Officer Josh Harkness, at far right, taught the school's seventh-graders about civil and criminal law last week. He also discussed the juvenile justice system. Harkness has led many law-related discussions with students since he became Lupton's SRO last school year.

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Pam Dodd gets tears in her eyes when she talks about her work with the Kids Loving Kids, a 505(c)(3) non-profit charity that she founded in 2011.

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Walker County residents can expect more of the same from Sheriff Nick Smith in 2020 — more substations, more school resource officers and more community outreach programs.

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A Jasper physician is urging local residents to take precautions against the flu, as it is raging early this year, just as the holiday season is starting. 

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