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Walker County Commissioners dedicated the Thach storm shelter in memory of longtime fire chief Terry McCullar on Monday. McCullar served as chief of the Thach Volunteer Fire Department and president of the Walker County … more
A question concerning the hiring authority for city employees was brought up during a Jasper City Council work session Monday afternoon. Jennifer Williams Smith, the council member for District 4 and current council … more
LUPTON — In recognition of breast cancer awareness month, Lupton Jr. High School has been raising money to benefit the Kay Yow Cancer Fund, and will host a Play4Kay basketball fundraising event tonight to support the cause. Former North … more
The 6th annual Party for Pink Celebration will be held Saturday at the Walker County Courthouse Square. Eighteen local fitness instructors will take the stage to promote breast cancer awareness through dance fitness. Although the event is free, … more
CORDOVA — Fifty paddlers enjoyed a beautiful fall day on the Black Warrior River Saturday as part of the Walker County Health Action Partnership’s “Fall into Mulberry Fork” float trip. The event, which began at Disney Landing in Cordova … more
Lots of musicians play on the road. Donnie Glenn plays on the water. For months at a time, these days, Glenn and his guitar can be found entertaining on a cruise ship. And it happened by accident. ”My brother is a traveling nurse,” Glenn … more
Third graders at T.R. Simmons Elementary School learned about disaster safety and preparedness, thanks to the American Red Cross’ Pillowcase Project. Arlene Rhodes, with the Red Cross, told the students that the program is presented to third … more
CORDOVA — Fifty paddlers enjoyed a beautiful fall day on the Black Warrior River Saturday as part of the Walker County Health Action Partnership’s “Fall into Mulberry Fork” float trip. The event, which began at Disney Landing in Cordova … more
The Walker County Christian Chorus has another memorable performance of Handel’s Messiah planned for the holiday season. Conductor John Stallsmith says the chorus has been rehearsing for this year’s performance for the past few weeks, and has … more
CARBON HILL — The Carbon Hill City Council was forced to rescined the motion that was made at a special meeting on Oct. 6, that terminated the city’s municipal judge. At Thursday’s council meeting, Mayor Mark Chambers said, “It’s been … more
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