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The Daily Mountain Eagle, in cooperation with the Walker County Emergency Management Agency and the Walker County E-911 Board, has set up a Severe Weather Preparedness Center page on its website to help people prepare for severe weather and keep up with developments though social media links. more
Blood donations are desperately needed across the country right now, and many blood drives will be occurring in Walker County in the coming weeks. more
With the stress of COVID-19 sweeping the nation, domestic violence has spiked, including right here in Walker County. more
Walker County Emergency Management Agency Coordinator Regina Myers said public safety and other local officials have worked well together in dealing with the COVID-19 outbreak, but noted is hard to get personal protection equipment and urged citizens to do social distancing. more
Walker County Revenue Commissioner Jerry Guthrie said Monday his office is closing to walk-in traffic effective immediately, which follows similar action Saturday by the Probate Judge's Office in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. more
Bevill State Community College students began online learning Monday, following the Alabama Community College System’s recent decision to suspend on-site campus instruction due to COVID-19 … more
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is extending the voluntary national shutdown for a month as sickness and death from the coronavirus pandemic rise in the U.S. more
Both of the Republican runoff candidates in the Alabama U.S. Senate race support having some stimulus package being passed for the nation, although both charged Democrats tried to add wasteful spending to the bill that has been going through the Congress this week. more
DORA – Mayor Randy Stephens announced on Saturday that Horse Creek Golf Course remains open, but management has instituted changes that would keep the operation in compliance with the new orders issued by Gov. Kay Ivey that were announced on Friday. more
Local businesses are trying to cope with Gov. Kay Ivey's order Friday to close non-essential businesses, with some concern for the future. more
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