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MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey on Friday urged state residents to be "smart and vigilant "about the continuing threat of the coronavirus even as the state takes steps to … more
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey's administration inched forward with a plan to lease three mega-prisons built by private companies as the Department of Corrections on Friday … more
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey said Thursday that she is asking lawmakers to change a spending bill to ensure the state's $1.8 billion in federal coronavirus relief funds is "put to use for the purposes Congress and President Trump intended." more
SUMITON — Mayor Petey Ellis hired Judy Glover as the city clerk on Valentine’s Day, 1994. The decision to retire has been on Glover’s mind for a while. “I decided to leave now so that I can … more

A total of 262 people in Walker County filed for initial unemployment claims for the week of May 9, according to the Alabama Department of Labor, showing a continued slowing down in job losses from the virus. 

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A Wednesday night shooting left two men with serious gunshot wounds, and Jasper police are searching for those responsible for the shooting. Jasper Police Chief J.C. Poe said Thursday the … more

Jasper's Tallulah Brewing Company is one of two breweries in the state participating in a worldwide initiative to help brewers, servers and other workers in the hospitality industry who have been impacted by COVID-19.

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DORA – Matthew Busby of Empire is a senior at Dora High School. His early years were bumpy at times, but he persevered.  Dora principal Paige Abner selected Busby as this year’s male … more
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — The Republican leader of the Alabama Senate said Wednesday that the state's coronavirus relief funds will not be used to build a new Statehouse, putting to rest an idea … more

CARBON HILL - The Carbon Hill City Council indicated Monday that the splash pad was too damaged from the April 12 Easter tornado to be used this summer, and that the city will have to see how the COVID-19 situation plays out before it sees about opening up the city swimming pool this year. 

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