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Performers with the Athletic Arts Center in Jasper recently danced segments from The Nutcracker for residents at Cordova Health and Rehab. The full show of the Nutcracker, sponsored by AAC, will be Saturday, Dec. 16, and Sunday, Dec. 17, at Jasper High School. For more information or to order tickets, call Athletic Arts Center at 205-387-9337. more
SUMITON — Over the last few years, Sumiton Police Chief T.J. Burnett has been working with local churches to aid in firearms training and developing security plans. Last Saturday, Burnett took one group to the Sumiton shooting range, which belongs to the city, to help them become more proficient in handling firearms and responding to crisis situations. more
The Walker County Christian Chorus presented its 35th annual production of Handel’s “Messiah” Monday night at Jasper’s First Baptist Church, under the direction of Dr. John Stallsmith and with accompaniment by members of the Alabama Symphony Orchestra. more
A rural businessman asked Monday about how to get alcohol sales in the county, leading one commissioner who has also looked into a possible alcohol vote to say that municipalities who already have alcohol sales could not vote in a county “wet-dry” referendum. That statement seems to be correct, based on state law. more
Students in Walker County schools will soon have more help to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Sara Bright, a 2006 graduate of Cordova High School, will be helping students in the county apply for the FAFSA and achieve their dream of going to college. more
A Holiday Toy Drive will delay its giveaway from Saturday, Dec. 9, to Saturday, Dec. 16, with hopes of getting more toys donated. Revenue Auditor Robbie Dickerson of the Walker County Commission’s office, who is helping lead the drive, said, “We’re going to accept toys through next week and have the main event on” Dec. 16. more
Facebook posts from librarians tend to be more informative than the average. “In other news,” Alaina Mickis Browning writes this week from her home in Anniston, “I caught a lizard. It is currently residing on a leash in my mint plant.” And she adds, “Tomorrow I’ll relocate it to the library where it can be roommates with our turtles, Tudley and Pumpkin.” more
The Town of Nauvoo’s Christmas parade, top, and 15th annual Eldridge Toy Run, at left, were held Saturday in Walker County. more
District 1 Walker County Commissioner Keith Davis is undertaking a leadership project that is simple: Promoting citizens to perform acts of kindness, and leaving cards to urge people to do the same. more
OAKMAN — Oakman High School environmental science students recently made a trip that opened their eyes to the intricacies of receiving water. more
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