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A talking stick, a rainstick and a cane flute are among the Native American artifacts that local collector Wheeler Pounds has loaned to the Bankhead House and Heritage Center for a new exhibit that opens today. A reception will be held today from 2 to 4 p.m. The exhibit runs through Sept. 20.

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The American Legion Woods-Smith Post No. 9 is planning a 100th anniversary celebration on Thursday at 6 p.m.The post, located in Jasper, was chartered on July 14, 1919. Woods Post 9 was … more
Authorities continue to investigate a drowning that happened at the Memorial Park Natatorium in Jasper over the weekend.Faithlynn Blakenship of Empire was identified as the 5-year-old found submerged … more
Witnesses were upset Saturday afternoon in the wake of a 5-year-old girl who was drowning and pulled from the outside pool of Jasper's Memorial Park Natatorium, but who later was pronounced … more
CARBON HILL - A Discovery Channel show Tuesday night will feature a competition among "moonshiners" - and a Carbon Hill man will be one of those featured, vying for a marketing contract. James … more
SUMITON — Nursing educator Dr. Jennifer Killingsworth is being recognized for the impact she makes in the lives of her students.Killingsworth recently received an Outstanding Faculty Award from … more
The Daily Mountain Eagle and Walker Magazine were recently recognized by the Alabama Press Association in its 2019 Media Awards, earning statewide awards for print, digital and advertising … more
Pilots and the general public are invited to watch the new documentary, "Apollo 11," at Sanders Aviation on the 50th anniversary of the lunar landing.A representative of NASA may attend the nighttime … more
The Walker County Sheriff's Office has made an arrest in a church burglary and conducted a drug raid in Carbon Hill.William Darnelle Smiley, 28, of Hayden, was arrested June 28 and charged with … more
CARBON HILL — Students at Carbon Hill Elementary/Jr. High School are working on a project to improve literacy in their community.A group of first-grade students enrolled in the school's summer … more
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