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The inaugural Scott Crump Pro Classic coon hunt will be held in November, with hunters coming from across the country to participate in an event also designed to encourage the disabled. In addition to hunting, organizers are hoping this event … more
The City of Jasper is serving as a safe haven for Floridians and others in the path of Hurricane Irma. U.S. Highway 78 and Interstate 22 in Jasper were noticeably busier than normal Saturday as people from Florida and … more
Ahead of Grandparents Day on Sunday, students at T.R. Simmons Elementary School welcomed their grandparents to school Friday to enjoy lunch and other activities. more
Approximately 200 cats in Walker County will be spayed or neutered later this month — free of charge. The Walker County Humane Society is organizing the spay and neuter clinic named 2017 Cat Fixin’, with surgeries being performed by Dr. Jeremiah Alexander of Farmstead Veterinary Medical Center. more
Members of the Fine Arts Association at Bevill State Community College’s Sumiton campus presented their final performance of William Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew” Thursday evening. Play director and BSCC instructor Angie Lazarus gave the production its own twist, however, by changing the setting and time period to Dublin during the Irish Rebellion. more
Dr. Tanya Guin, the former principal of Carbon Hill Elementary/Jr. High School, has appealed the Walker County Board of Education’s decision in August to terminate her employment. more
Defendants will no longer be required to post bail before being released from jail, according to an administrative order signed by Presiding Circuit Judge Jerry Selman on Tuesday. “Effective immediately, all appearance bonds for bondable … more
Daily Mountain Eagle The Walker County Commission on Tuesday heard its county engineer propose that the county cut down the weeks of installing and removing vote tabulations machines in precincts by combining locations for some … more
Daily Mountain Eagle The Walker County Commission, turning to the Fiscal 2018 budget during a budget work session Tuesday, discussed items such as changing insurance, abolishing the Walker County Civil Service Board and raising a number of fees … more
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