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CARBON HILL — As part of a church outreach project, a community outdoor cleanup of the Blue Gym in Carbon Hill is being planned for Saturday morning, although the city has decided to open up the gym in case some want to … more
Orientation dates and pick up schedules for lockers and parking passes have been announced for many schools in the county and city schools systems. Announcements from all Walker County high schools are as follows: • … more
ALABAMA STATE TROOPERS June 28 4:02 a.m. - I-22: 2 vehicles/2 injuries reported. 2:30 p.m. - Alabama Highway 69 (Mile Marker 197): 1 vehicle/no injuries reported. June 29 12:05 p.m. - Sipsey Road: 1 vehicle/no injuries … more
Members of local law enforcement will be finishing up a two-day training program today regarding the proper ways to conduct violent crime investigations. The free training classes, which have been held at Bevill State Community College in Jasper, … more
Andrea Downing, the mother of two children of one of the three workers who died in the aftermath of a June 12 flash fire at Carl Cannon Chevrolet Buick GMC, has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the Jasper car dealership … more
The second annual Project Unity gathering — serving to strengthen the relationships between community members and law enforcement across the county — is scheduled for Sunday, July 23. The public is invited to Project … more
Attorney Ken Guin was found guilty Tuesday morning in Jasper Municipal Court of the misdemeanor crime of trespassing, which he was arrested for in April after refusing to leave the Walker County Board of Education Central Office during a deposition … more
The Walker County Children’s Advocacy Center (WCCAC) is helping child abuse victims across the county by working to reduce trauma experienced by children while reporting their experiences — while the number of interviews of reportedly abused … more
Daily Mountain Eagle State Rep. Tim Wadsworth, R-Arley, said Tuesday he has realized a goal by being appointed to the House Judiciary Committee. On Monday, Wadsworth, who is in his first term, went on Facebook to release a letter dated July 10 … more
Jasper City Council members tabled a request Tuesday morning to spend almost $600,000 to buy equipment for the city’s streets department. The issue was held over until the next council meeting … more
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