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Daily Mountain Eagle The 12th annual Autism Awareness Motorcycle Ride is set for Saturday. Money raised from the ride goes to benefit Community Options, a local nonprofit organization that serves people with intellectual … more
Daily Mountain Eagle Four people died in a head-on collision Monday morning on Alabama Highway 18. Walker County Coroner Joey Vick said 46-year-old Kenneth Lloyd Frost, the driver of a Saturn sedan involved in the crash, was pronounced dead at … more
Local officials are expecting more than $1 million to flow into Jasper and Walker County this week thanks to a fishing tournament on Lewis Smith Lake. The Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Southern Open, which is expected to draw … more
Local animal rights activists will be lobbying for the welfare of animals on April 5 in Montgomery. more
The Cordova Police Department has enlisted the help of a feathered friend to teach children about gun safety. Eddie Eagle, the mascot of the National Rifle Association of America’s gun accident prevention program, will be stopping by City Hall … more
CARBON HILL — At Thursday’s city council meeting in Carbon Hill, council members unanimously approved a motion that requires all police vehicles to be left at city hall, rather than allowing officers to drive the vehicles home. more
Main Street leaders and representatives from a branding company in South Carolina spent the past week in Jasper to reveal preliminary findings for the district’s branding campaign. more
Members of Desperation Church spent Passion Week completing a number of service projects across the county. Their list of tasks included giving away free lunches in Dora and Jasper, doing yardwork for hospice patients, … more
There are lots of Easter activities this weekend, from Easter egg hunts being held throughout the county on Saturday and Sunday to the special Easter services being held Sunday morning at several local churches. Today •Faith Worship Center … more
Daily Mountain Eagle CARBON HILL — The Carbon Hill City Council will soon begin accepting applications for open positions on the street department and at the city pool, council members said at Thursday’s council meeting. Applications for … more
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