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The Walker County Commission on Monday heard that due to an excess of toys, a second toy giveaway has been added for Thursday night at the last minute by the Holiday Toy Drive. more
The Walker County Commission heard Monday that the Alabama Department of Transportation will look at the closed Brown’s Bridge as part of efforts to make repairs for reopening it until a permanent bridge replacement can be performed. more
”Wait a second. Was that...? It’s a scene that’s happened often for TV viewers around the county in recent weeks. What follows is a rapid rewinding of the DVR to the preceding PetSmart commercial. Sure enough, the guy starring in it looks familiar for a reason: He’s Noah Holcomb, a Walker County native and a Corner High and UAB graduate. more
OAKMAN — The Town of Oakman is celebrating being the recipient of a $350,000 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) to restore their sewer lagoon, which has been the source of costly repairs for years. more
CORDOVA — The Cordova Police Department has two programs to offer residents who are concerned about the Grinch stealing their Christmas. more
CARBON HILL — The Carbon Hill City Council heard Thursday that the west side of the city’s community center will be blocked off from parking. more
Flu cases are on the rise as people head deeper into the holiday season, according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. more
Cast members went through one final dress rehearsal Friday night before tonight’s performance of ‘The Nutcracker.’ The production by Athletic Arts Center and Dazzle Dance Boutique will begin at 7 p.m. at the Pam Brown Theater at Jasper High School. A final performance will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are available at the door. more
Kindergarten students at T.R. Simmons Elementary School in Jasper held a "'Twas the Night Before Christmas" program Friday morning. Students performed musical selections while Principal Jonathan Allen read the famous holiday poem. more
CARBON HILL — Carbon Hill Mayor Mark Chambers, wanting to attract potential business and customers off U.S. Interstate 22, is lobbying state officials in an effort to get lights on the currently dark Exit 46. more
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