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Subhead: Residents respond with boycottThe Cordova Economic and Industrial Development Authority (CEIDA) voted 4-2 to allow a proposed strip mining project in Dovertown to move forward during a … more
Tuesday's Republican runoff will feature two attorneys, one of whom will be a groundbreaking successor to the retiring Rick Allison after what has been a fairly quiet campaign. Either John Mark … more
DORA – The Dora City Council on Thursday voted 4-2 for Gary Thomas to fill an open seat on the council, but not before a discussion on the possibility of appointing a minority on the … more
Carl Cannon Chevrolet-Buick-GMC hosted a First Responders Appreciation Day Thursday in memory of the three men who died after a flash fire on June 12, 2017, in the service department at the auto dealership. more
Residents in Oakman, which does not have a stand alone grocery store, will soon have access to a greater variety of produce and other foods at affordable prices.

Sponsored by the Community Food Bank of Central Alabama, the Corner Market will soon be serving Oakman on a monthly basis. more

PARRISH — Faced with long-term bond payments and overdue federal taxes, the Parrish Town Council voted Monday night to suspend jail and police dispatch services on July 29.The council approved … more
PARRISH — Citizens, including a council member and a dispatcher, voiced their concerns about the Parrish council's decision to suspend police dispatch and jail services on July 29 during Monday's … more
Dana Duckworth, coach of the women’s gymnastics team at the University of Alabama, will be the guest speaker when the Chamber of Commerce of Walker County hosts its annual breakfast meeting next … more
A fuel spill from an 18-wheeler caused a portion of U.S. Highway 78 West in Jasper to be closed for around two hours Wednesday as responders cleaned the roadway to make it safe for drivers.The spill … more

Donka, the EASI Ranch's new Gypsy Vanner, made her debut before a crowd at Jasper Public Library's summer reading program on Wednesday. Last year, EASI staff brought horses to the library. This year, the program was moved to the EASI Ranch so that children could visit all 10 of the program's horses.

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