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The Cordova City Council approved a lease agreement with the American Red Cross on Tuesday. The Red Cross, which is selling its facility on Viking Drive in Jasper, will pay $537.50 a month to cover 25 percent of the cost of utilities at the … more
Daily Mountain Eagle More than 40 eager young readers have already reserved their spot in Jasper Public Library’s annual summer reading program. Registration began on Monday. The program, which kicks off June 14, is limited to 175 … more
DORA — Mayor Randy Stephens opened Tuesday night’s specially scheduled Dora city council meeting by addressing issues the city has been having regarding free brush pickup. The city currently offers free brush pickup to residents of Dora. … more
Pianist Choko Aiken and contemporary jazz saxophonist Dee Lucas will headline “Jazz in the Park” on Saturday at the Bankhead House and Heritage Center amphitheater. The event, a collaboration with Birmingham-based … more
The Daily Mountain Eagle will release traffic accident reports from the Alabama State Troopers’ Hamilton Post, and arrest reports from other area law enforcement agencies each week. The data provided on the arrest reports is only arrest and … more
Leadership Walker County participants want to improve Walker County Airport-Bevill Field with new signage and plans to raise tie-down fees with a new … more
OAKMAN — The annual Bull Pen Blues and BBQ Festival is scheduled for this weekend. Bull Corry said locals will be impressed with this year’s lineup of talented blues artists. Gates will open at Old York Farms in Oakman at 1 p.m. Saturday, … more
CARBON HILL — The Carbon Hill City Council talked recently about problems with picking up brush in the city, as street department crews have left piles behind. District 2 Councilman Clarence Colbert said at a May 15 work session for the council … more
Pinnacle Bank will build a drive-through branch office on Highway 118 in Jasper in front of Discount Home Center, while an ATM will also be placed in front of the bank’s downtown headquarters. Bob Nolen, the president of Pinnacle Bank, said in … more
The Walker County Commission talked at length Monday about the need for passing a 1-cent sales tax, with the chairman noting a bankruptcy lawyer had said the county might as well raise funds anyway as it will have to pay for its current debt one way … more
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