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As Camp McDowell’s Magnolia Nature School heads into its second year, school director Madeleine Pearce said she’s excited to see where this year will take the students. Magnolia Nature School is a nature-based preschool on the camp’s site … more
Daily Mountain Eagle Feels like temperatures in Walker County of more than 100 degrees this week have prompted area animal rescue organizations and shelters to take necessary precautions to keep animals from overheating. According to numerous … more
Daily Mountain Eagle A Jefferson County woman has been arrested and charged with murder and aggravated child abuse in connection with her young daughter’s death. According to court records, Memory Ryan Vieyra, 35, of Forestdale, was arrested … 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
Daily Mountain Eagle Haley Moore will be Bevill State Community College’s new cheerleading coach when athletics return this fall after a six-year hiatus. Moore will lead Bevill State’s new generation of cheerleaders and bestow some wisdom … more
A free summer camp is being offered in west Jasper this year through a partnership between Jasper Housing Authority and Worship Life Center. Raising Arrows, an outgrowth of an afterschool program that the church began operating at the Housing … more
Daily Mountain Eagle The head of the state’s two-year college system said Tuesday the new president of Bevill State Community College will not likely be named until September at the earliest. Jimmy Baker, Alabama Community College System … more
Jasper City Council members presented a proclamation Tuesday morning to recognize the 27th anniversary of passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Mayor David O’Mary read the proclamation, which proclaimed July 26 as a day of recognition … more
History tells us that the knights of old rode about on mighty chargers, doing good deeds for villagers. These days, a new group carries on the tradition—riding steeds of steel, with a ton more horsepower. Members of the motorcycle club ride … more
Daily Mountain Eagle PARRISH — The recent removal of a sign that was once over the entrance to the old Parrish High School’s football stadium has angered residents. “That sign is a part of this town’s history, and the people of Parrish … more
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