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CORDOVA — City leaders agreed Tuesday night to help increase participation in Cordova’s annual Christmas parade. Fire Chief Dean Harbison asked … more
CARBON HILL - The Carbon Hill City Council and community leaders informally agreed Thursday, Nov. 9, on scheduling one night for three of its Christmas … more
A Jasper man was arrested Saturday by members of the Walker County Sheriff’s Office after running over his stepfather and fleeing the scene. Bryant Wayne Williams Jr., 27, … more
City of Jasper employees were setting up trees on the courthouse square of the Walker County Courthouse Tuesday. The trees were being set up for the annual Festival of Lights holiday event. Hope for Women sponsors the annual event as a fundraiser, with the trees to be light in a ceremony on Nov. 24. more
OAKMAN — About a dozen Oakman community leaders gathered Monday night to brainstorm on the current assets and potential future goals of the city, led by a community planner. more
Secretary of State John Merrill, who has been discussed for other positions in state government, gave indications Monday he is looking at running for re-election in 2018. more
Walker High School graduate Brett Joseph Talley has been approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee for an appointment on the federal bench, although the nomination has been controversial as critics have complained about a lack of experience. more
DORA — Bevill State Community College is still pursuing its many goals, despite recent budget woes leading to delayed completion dates — but not cancellation — for some planned projects. Dr. Kim Ennis, interim president at Bevill State, spoke at Tuesday’s East Walker Chamber of Commerce meeting about the projects and plans for Bevill’s future. more
Communities throughout Walker County will be hosting Thanksgiving meals within the next week. On Thursday, residents of Union Chapel can stop by the community center on Old Birmingham Highway from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. for a free lunch. more
Secretary of State John Merrill said Monday if Roy Moore or the Republican Party asked his name to be suspended in the U.S. Senate race, Democrat Doug Jones could win the election with the most votes — but if Moore got the most votes, the election would be voided and a new election would be held. more
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