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By NICOLE SMITH Daily Mountain Eagle Reptiles and birds were stars at Maddox Intermediate School Thursday. The Alabama 4-H Science School made a visit to the middle school to introduce … more
By JENNIFER COHRON Daily Mountain Eagle Tallulah Brewing Company opened its doors Friday on 4th Avenue in Jasper. Jasper’s second brewery is owned by Cordova Mayor Drew Gilbert and six of … more
By ED HOWELL Daily Mountain Eagle CARBON HILL - The Carbon Hill Police Department got permission from the Carbon Hill City Council Thursday to purchase three body cameras. That will go with … more
DORA — The Dora City Council voted Thursday to put the T.S. Boyd school building up for bid, requiring a minimum bid of $25,000. “We have come to a … more
By JENNIFER COHRON Daily Mountain Eagle CORDOVA -- Members of the group Forever and Always Patriots approached the Cordova City Council Tuesday night about their plan to provide housing for … more
More photos from the Pumpkin Patch / A12 By JAMES PHILLIPS Daily Mountain Eagle More than 200 kindergarten students from T.R. Simmons Elementary School spent Thursday enjoying the … more
Bevill State Community College recently made budget cuts that have resulted in laying off 19 employees. Once BSCC Interim President Dr. Kim Ennis discovered mid-summer that the college had been deficit spending for five years, she said she knew eliminating positions would be necessary. After reaching out to the Alabama Community College System’s chancellor’s office, Ennis was informed she would need to make more cuts than expected. more
SUMITON — Sumiton’s annual Frog Festival, which was held last Saturday, was considered by officials to be a success, with a huge crowd reported, as well as the largest number of vendors the event has ever had. This year, vendor booth spaces were also extended further down State Street than in years past, with 182 vendor spaces occupied. more
CORDOVA – The Cordova City Council promoted Officer Tony Reid to the role of assistant police chief on Tuesday night. more
OAKMAN — Women of the Oakman Senior Center have been hard at work to craft a quilt that will be given away during the upcoming Day’s Gap Fest. more
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