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The award was given by the National Association of State Fire Marshals Fire Research and Education Foundation in partnership with Grinnell Mutual Reinsurance Company. Only 143 fire departments in the country received the award that is aimed at … more
The administrative offices at the Walker County Sheriff’s Office are getting a facelift. Sheriff John Mark Tirey said he expects to spend between $30,000 and $35,000 on the improvements, which consist of painting and new flooring. Tirey said … more
According to reports Wednesday, the body of a missing man may have been found in Walker County. The remains of Richard Owen Chance, 30, were found off of KD Byrd Station Road, according to authorities. Chance had been reported missing for 21 … more
Fire extinguishers throughout the building were sprayed in the gym and other areas, and paint was thrown in parts of the lunchroom. The vandals entered through a window they broke at the end of one hallway. Dora Police Chief John Duchock said he … more
CORDOVA — The Cordova City Council voted Tuesday night on how the keys for the new Theodore W. Branch storm shelter should be distributed. The five keys that were created for the storm shelter will kept by the Cordova Police Department, Mt. … more
The Walker County Humane and Adoption Center is one step closer to becoming a reality following a groundbreaking ceremony that was held Tuesday afternoon. “The bottom line is that the folks of Walker County deserve better than what we have … more
DORA — All-Star Sports Grill in the Dora Shopping Center burned Tuesday morning. Dora Fire Chief Chris Edwards said his department got the call shortly after 7:30 a.m. that smoke was coming from the building. When they arrived, smoke was … more
Family members of a beloved Eldridge resident are organizing a benefit for the Good Samaritan who came to his aid the day that he died. On June 2, Eugene “Shorty” Tucker’s car stalled less than a mile from his home. As Matt Cole was helping … more
Many new faces were in attendance during Monday’s Jasper City Board of Education meeting, including newest board member Mary Beth Barber. Barber was recognized toward the end of the meeting along with several other new hires added throughout … more
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