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CARBON HILL — The Carbon Hill City Council on Monday discussed possible solutions to fund mowing the Pisgah Cemetery, including the mayor’s idea of a possible increase in the garbage fee. District 2 Councilman Clarence Colbert brought up the … more
Our View: Red Cross should donate building to city /A6 By JENNIFER COHRON Daily Mountain Eagle The American Red Cross will relocate from an office on Viking Drive in Jasper to the former National Guard Armory in Cordova next month, … more
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
Almost two dozen people were arrested Tuesday in a series of drug raids across the county. Narcotics agents and deputies from the Walker County … more
SUMITON — Construction of the new fire station is expected to be finished by July, Sumiton Mayor Petey Ellis announced at Tuesday’s brief council meeting. “The contractor is looking at the middle of July. I say it’s going to be closer to … more
OAKMAN — Recently retired Oakman town clerk DeAnna Woods was honored at Monday night’s town council meeting for her 35 years of service to the community. Woods retired from her position as town clerk for Oakman earlier … more
Mayor David O’Mary announced Tuesday during a meeting of the Jasper City Council that the current bond rating for the city has remained in the upper tier of ratings for cities across the nation. “A bond rating, or in more simple terms, a … more
Editor’s note: Over the next few days, we will feature stories on graduating seniors from each of the high schools in Walker County. Today, we feature Dora High senior Jordan Cagle. One of things Jordan Cagle, a senior at Dora High School, … more
OAKMAN — Oakman High School senior Riley Brown said she simply wishes she had more time to cherish her last days of high school. Brown has been a standout during her time at Oakman — both inside the classroom and on the field — or the court. During her senior year, she has served as president of the Beta Club, vice president of the school’s SGA and has played varsity softball and basketball. She’s also involved in a number of organizations including Oakman’s science club, spanish club and others. more
Lou Vick, president and CEO of the Arc of Walker County, has seen major changes in the opportunities given to disabled individuals during his 30-year career. “People with disabilities were kept in segregated classrooms and I don’t know how much education went along with special education back [in the 1950s and 60s]. In elementary school, I remember there was a special education class and the folks in that class pretty much colored and painted and went on the playground,” he said. more
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