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Assessment complete on issues with jail security
A Harvest, Ala.-based company has completed its assessment of security issues at the Walker County Jail.
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Acting president named at BSCC
Less than a month after announcing the retirement of Dr. Anne McNutt as Bevill State Community College’s president, Alabama Post-Secondary Chancellor Mark Heinrich announced Friday that Thomas Hueb...
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Free health checkups for all athletes at county schools
More than 350 athletes from middle and high schools across Walker County were given free physical exams Friday morning thanks to the Walker County Board of Education, Andrews Sports Medicine & Orth...
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City’s senior citizens requesting new facility
CORDOVA — Members of the Cordova Senior Center are ready to move out of the back of the old National Guard Armory, where they have been housed since shortly after the April 2011 tornadoes.
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Maddox students honor ailing classmate
A mass of orange filled the sky Thursday afternoon as Lane Clark and his family, friends, students and the faculty and staff of Maddox Middle School held a balloon release in Clark’s honor.
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Storm shelter ready for use
Walker County’s first community storm shelter to be constructed since the April 2011 tornadoes is ready for use.
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2 charged with trying to sneak items into county jail
A joint investigation between the Walker County Sheriff’s Office and Walker County Jail led to the arrest of two Parrish women Thursday.
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BOE votes to close 3 schools
A wave of emotion swept over the crowd at the Walker County Board of Education meeting Thursday afternoon as superintendent Jason Adkins and board members decided to close three public schools.
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