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The Daily Mountain Eagle will release traffic accident reports from the Alabama State Troopers’ Hamilton Post, and arrest reports from other area law enforcement agencies each week. The data provided on the arrest reports is only arrest and … more
Sixteen years ago this week, Dusty Parrish told his mother that he wanted to join the Army. Parrish, then a teenager, made the decision the day that terrorists attacked New York City and the Pentagon. In June 2009, Parrish, a Walker High School … more
While taking a few moments to charge their cell phones at Jasper’s First Baptist Church, Josh Alexander and Rose Wayne, a married couple whom evacuated their Florida home last week, talked Monday about the kindness they had seen in their few days … more
By RON HARRIS Daily Mountain Eagle Jasper Mayor David O’Mary made a promise when first elected to have a transparent administration. He’s holding true to that promise. Beginning … more
By RON HARRIS Daily Mountain Eagle A proposed city budget of more than $23 million for the new fiscal year was introduced at Tuesday’s Jasper City Council meeting. Mayor David O’Mary … more
After days of worrying about the effects of Hurricane Irma on Florida and the evacuees who eventually made their way to Walker County, local officials started worrying Sunday about its own needs as the hurricane’s path drifted ever so slightly to come up near the county. more
The Salvation Army of Walker County is starting registration in the next few weeks for its annual Angel Tree Christmas project. more
The Corner Market, a mobile grocery store, will now be accepting SNAP/EBT benefits and will begin stopping in Sipsey this Wednesday. more
A community shelter was set up Sunday at First Baptist Church of Jasper, with help from various churches and leaders, so that Florida evacuees fleeing Hurricane Irma could have a centralized place to eat, sleep or get other services. more
A ribbon cutting was held for Jasper Pickers Antique Mall and Flea Market, which has opened at the old G. May & Sons Furniture Parkway Store on U.S. Highway 118. Local community leaders were on hand for the ribbon cutting, … more
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