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Misty Hartley and Tina Hartley started ghost hunting in October 2014, and, though once skeptics, they are now believers in the paranormal. The best friends of 24 years, who are also sisters-in-law, describe themselves as “medium sensitive,” and say they have encountered ghosts on a number of occasions. Their journey began with an overnight stay at what is described as one of the most haunted locations in America, Myrtles Plantation, in St. Francisville, La. more
Fundraisers this weekend for an injured student’s medical bills will include a Smith Lake fishing tournament and a dinner that will feature pro angler Gerald Swindle as a speaker. According to organizer Bart Myers of Oakman, proceeds from the Nov. 3-4 events will benefit Janey Carter, who lives near Valley Junior High School and was involved in a serious accident on July 11. more
By NICOLE SMITH Daily Mountain Eagle OAKMAN — Oakman has scheduled a Halloween block party to bring the community together for an evening of treats and ghoulish fun. The event will be held … more
By ED HOWELL Daily Mountain Eagle Sunshine is predicted this afternoon for the Third Annual Fall Fest in downtown Jasper from 3 until 6 p.m., with highs expected in the mid 50s. Jasper area … more
By ED HOWELL Daily Mountain Eagle The City of Jasper has obtained a van and utility trailer for the Clean as a Whistle litter cleanup program, which has started back up and has a police officer … more
By JAMES PHILLIPS Daily Mountain Eagle Kenneth Lee Tolbert has only been acting for a little more than a year, but the 26-year-old Cordova resident will soon be seen on one of the most popular … more
Special to the Eagle The Jasper Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration will give the public its 14th opportunity in seven years to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their … more
By JENNIFER COHRON Daily Mountain Eagle CORDOVA — An ordinance under consideration by Cordova City Council members would prohibit residents from discharging firearms from 9 p.m. to 5 … more
By LEA RIZZO Daily Mountain Eagle DORA — Dora City Council members moved forward on two issues that were discussed at the Oct. 12 council meeting, including establishing a curfew at the … more
By LEA RIZZO Daily Mountain Eagle With Halloween coming up Tuesday, children will be dressing up in their scary best for their trick-or-treat romp around the neighborhood. As such, it’s … more
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