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Carbon Hill High School librarian Tina McGee has spent the past week working on a large mural at the school. Once completed, the mural will resemble the Patagonia logo, with a Carbon Hill twist. As she painted after school on Friday, McGee explained the hills she has designed on the wall mirror a panoramic picture she took of hills behind the school's football field. The librarian has painted other murals around the school as well. 

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In the spirit of Halloween, Jasper Jr. High School students completed a graveyard project. Students used STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) concepts to create tombstones that recognize important people in history. 

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Walker County and Jasper City schools have an overall grade increase on the Alabama State Department of Education's report card.In the report card released earlier this month, Jasper City Schools … more

Walker County Commissioner Jerry Bishop, Sheriff Nick Smith and Coordinator of Walker County EMA Regina Myers join residents at the new Townley severe weather shelter. The shelter is located next to the Walker County Sheriff's Substation at the old Townley School on Wire Road.

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National Collection Week for Operation Christmas Child will begin in just over two weeks.

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State Senate Majority Leader Greg Reed (R-Jasper) on Friday announced that he has helped secure a $49,000 grant for the Walker County Sheriff’s Office from the Alabama Homeland Security Office. 

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U.S. Rep. Robert Aderholt said Thursday he voted against impeachment proceedings concerning President Trump, saying he saw no reason to overturn Trump’s election. 

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A writ of garnishment was issued against the bank accounts of the city of Carbon Hill on Wednesday in an attempt to collect a judgment the city has been ordered to pay former police chief Paul Agnew.

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Sumiton Elementary School let students trick or treat at the school early Thursday morning to celebrate Halloween. Children had the opportunity to wear their favorite costumes and receive candy from staff members. 

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Several local organizations came together to host a free fall festival for Parrish Elementary School students on Thursday. Students received a bucket of Halloween candy and played a variety of games in the gymnasium. Sponsors of the festival were the Salvation Army of Walker County, Alabama Power, Synovus, Gunter Body Shop and Blooming Grove Baptist Church. more
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