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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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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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Rowe: Shots fired in incident in west Jasper
JPD officer slightly injured, treated at WBMC
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WCSO searching for owners of recovered items
The Winston County Sheriff’s Office is hoping to return a special item to its rightful owner.
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Council increases donation to city’s Horse Creek Jubilee
DORA — Dora’s City Council voted to increase its donation to the city’s Horse Creek Jubilee, from $500 to $2,000 if needed, in order to assure the festival’s success.
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CPD gains reserve officer, tracking dog
CORDOVA — The Cordova Police Department got two officers for the price of none when Alex Daniel joined the reserve program. Daniel is the owner of Ellie, a certified tracking dog.
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Council split on opening city’s pool
CARBON HILL — In a 3-2 vote, the Carbon Hill city council members didn’t necessarily share similar opinions on opening the city’s pool this summer.
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‘Tasting of the Arts’ set for Thursday
Walker County Arts Alliance’s next Tasting of the Arts will be Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m. at the WCAA office on 19th Street in Jasper. The featured artist is Bill Young III, an instructor at Walker ...
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Candlelight vigil remembers county’s victims of violent crimes
More than 300 people were on hand at Tuesday’s candlelight vigil to honor the county’s victims of violent crimes.
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Students enjoy class with TV meteorologist
LUPTON — Walker County students enjoyed a fun experience Tuesday afternoon when they met with a well-known TV meteorologist.
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