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Daily Mountain Eagle State Rep. Connie Rowe, R-Jasper, speaking recently on a number of issues, indicated she leans on the current plan to build new prisons in the state, saying the Alabamians will be paying for either new prisons or old prisons … more
JASPER POLICE DEPARTMENT Feb. 19 Anna Bennett, 42, Jasper: harassing communications Feb. 20 Dustin Corey Anderson, 25, Jasper: fleeing or attempting to elude law enforcement; possession of drug paraphernalia Stanley Grazio … more
District 4 Walker County Commissioner Steven Aderholt has taken over the reins as the chairman of the Walker County Republican Party. Aderholt, who is taking over leadership from Linda Ensor of … more
State Rep. Connie Rowe, R-Jasper, is undecided about a bill that would end mandated pistol permits in the state, as the former Jasper police chief noted the benefits it gives to law enforcement. Speaking to the Walker County Republican Party … more
In celebration of Career and Technical Education Month in February, Jasper City Schools welcomed some of the districts career tech students to their board meeting Monday night. A number of Walker/Jasper High School students attended the meeting … more
CARBON HILL — The Carbon Hill City Council on Monday voted 3-2 with one abstention to hire Jessi Anderson of Kansas as a part-time dispatcher. District 5 Councilwoman Suzanne Atkins and District 6 Councilman Brandon Tannehill voted no, while … more
State Rep. Connie Rowe, R-Jasper, says state officials are looking at a compact with the Poarch Creek Indians, although the type of machines being used is an issue. Rowe has been involved in looking at state gambling as part of a state advisory … more
CARBON HILL — A group of developers talked to the Carbon Hill City Council on Monday night about the possibility of using a couple of old plant facilities to make small-sized houses. They and Mayor Mark Chambers indicated the developers have not asked for financial help from the council for the business, which could employ as many as 500 over a 10-year period. more
Memorial Park Elementary School is enlisting the help of students to build the school’s very own playground. Students at Memorial Park have been using the neighboring playground beside the Jasper Natatorium during gym class, but school officials now have a goal to build a playground solely for their students. Memorial Park Principal Eric Rigsby said he is grateful that the school has been able to use the park’s play area, but said it can often become crowded with children from the school and Jasper community sharing the playground. more
Gary Knight of Nauvoo was named the 2016 Raymond “Gilder” Kelley Memorial Firefighter of the Year this month by the Walker County Firefighters Association. This prestigious award was established in memory of Kelley, who helped established the Eldridge Volunteer Fire Department and served as that department’s chief for many years. more
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