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DORA — At last week’s Dora City Council meeting, the council and Mayor Randy Stephens adopted a policy which they hope will alleviate the problems the city has been experiencing with its brush pickup service. Prior to the vote on the resolution, council member Arthur Lee Taylor said, “I have reservations about charging people for brush pickup.” more
The recently named head of the Walker County Democratic Party blasted the Trump Administration and its policies during a rally Saturday on the courthouse square in Jasper. more
Daily Mountain Eagle OAKMAN — Chris Walton is happy to be home. Walton was recently named the new principal of Oakman Middle School, and he said a lot has changed at his alma matter. After graduating from the University of Alabama, Walton … more
CARBON HILL - In a surprise move, the Carbon Hill City Council on Thursday unanimously adopted a curfew for the city’s youth two weeks earlier than expected. The ordinance took effect immediately, although it provides for review for the … more
OAKMAN — Oakman High School students will be met with positive changes during the upcoming school year — with one over 60 years in the making. Over the past few months, a new lunchroom has been built for OHS students to replace the school’s … more
Daily Mountain Eagle CARBON HILL - Acting Police Chief Jason Hare was unanimously approved as a full-time police chief by the Carbon Hill City Council on Thursday. Hare, who had been acting chief since June 27, was sworn in immediately by City … more
The Walker County Health Action Partnership will be hosting a community meeting with the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources on Monday to discuss the planned archery park to be built at Walker County Lake. The meeting will be held at … more
The United Way of Central Alabama is searching for veterans in need of permanent housing. The organization is bringing its Priority Veteran program, which has already assisted 1,700 homeless veterans statewide, to rural areas through an effort … more
Daily Mountain Eagle Anthony Christian, the new president of the Jasper Rotary Club, told the club Tuesday he wants to start a committee that will help improve first impressions for visitors coming to the city. “Rotary: Making a … more
Jasper native Maggie Mitchell is coming to the Foothills Festival in downtown Jasper on Sept. 15-16 — not to play music, but as the tour agent for artist John Paul White. She describes it as a dream job. White, a … more
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