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Fifth Avenue in downtown Jasper was turned into a Soap Box Derby race course Saturday morning as part of the Make a Difference event sponsored by the Walker Baptist Association. The event, which also … more
Michael Warren will be the headline performer on the second day of the inaugural Day’s Gap Fest in Oakman. Warren will take the stage at 9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14, to perform everything from R&B to country with his band: Andy Jefferson on … more
Area animals will be blessed in Jasper next week. A Blessing of the Animals will be held Wednesday at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, beginning at 5 p.m. St. Mary’s Rev. Robin Hinkle explained the significance of the annual … more
Several Jasper High School students were recognized Tuesday for having ACT scores of 30 or higher. The students received plaques Tuesday at the Jasper City Board of Education meeting for earning a 30 or higher on their ACT scores. Students … more
OAKMAN — The Town of Oakman’s inaugural Day’s Gap Fest is scheduled for Oct. 13 and 14, to honor the town’s rich heritage and restore community pride. Town leaders and community members have been planning the Day’s Gap Fest for … more
Employees of First Bank of Jasper delivered nearly 300 meals to the following organizations on Wednesday: Walker County Sheriff’s Office, Regional Paramedical Services, Walker Baptist Medical Center emergency room, police departments in Jasper, Dora, Sumiton and Cordova and fire departments in Jasper, Dora and Sumiton. The “Honor Our Heroes” lunch, which included grilled hamburgers, sides and dessert, was part of the bank’s quarterly “Here Matters” community service effort. more
By JENNIFER COHRON Daily Mountain Eagle Two recent arrests likely prevented a series of break-ins in Cordova, where property crimes are at a five-year low, Police Chief Nick Smith said this … more
From staff reports A Jasper teen who was a student at the University of Alabama was killed in a three-vehicle crash on Thursday. James Mason Berry, 19, was pronounced dead at the scene of the … more
By ED HOWELL Daily Mountain Eagle CARBON HILL - The Carbon Hill on Thursday rescinded its Safe Streets Ordinance, two weeks after it was passed. The vote came without discussion, although it … more
A large crowd turned out to watch the homecoming parade held at Curry High School Friday afternoon. The football team faced the South Lamar Stallions in Friday night’s game. For more photos from … more
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