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Following the Alabama Crimson Tide’s thrilling 26-23 win over Georgia in overtime Monday night, Bama fans were out searching for the latest apparel celebrating the Tide’s newest national championship. Hibbett’s stayed open late Monday to accomodate the throng of fans who showed up. more
The American Red Cross has organized blood drives across Walker County in the coming weeks as part of an effort to combat the winter donation blood shortage. “We always see donations dip during the holidays. more
Jasper City Council members voted 3-0 to turn over ownership of the former West Jasper Elementary School property to the city’s board of education. more
State Rep. Connie Rowe, R-Jasper, vice chairwoman of the House Republican Caucus, said legislators may hurry to get done with the Regular Session to start campaigning, but also noted an agenda that includes incentives to encourage better pay for veterans and coming solutions for the opioid crisis. more
Alabama cheerleaders, including Jasper’s Abby Housley, second from right, celebrate after the Crimson Tide beat Georgia 26-23 in overtime to win the 2017 national championship. more
Senate Majority Leader Greg Reed, R-Jasper, said the state’s economic growth means legislators will have an easier time funding state budgets this year, although lingering questions over federal healthcare funding remain as a source of concern. more
Students at Bevill State Community College (BSCC) will soon have the opportunity to learn app development skills using Apple Swift technology. more
CARBON HILL —Mava’s Kitchen suffered fire damage on Saturday night and will likely be closed for about a month while repairs are made. more
Senate Majority Leader Greg Reed, R-Jasper, said during the 2018 Regular Session he is looking at introducing a bill for jobs incentives in rural areas and predicted work on a broadband initiative. more
ELDRIDGE — State Rep. Tim Wadsworth, R-Arley, is working to set up a referendum to allow about 300 acres of school indemnity lands around the Eldridge exit off Interstate 22 to be managed and sold by the Walker County Board of Education for commercial or industrial development. more
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