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The Carl Elliott House Museum is looking better than it has in years thanks to a grant from the Walker Area Community Foundation. A 2019 bricks and mortar grant awarded through the Don Drummond … more
Today marks one year since the COVID-19 pandemic turned the world topsy-turvy.  I was leaving the eighth grade career fair that Walker County School counselors host each year at Bevill State … more

I am not a plant person. My knowledge in this area is pretty basic: green is good, yellow is troubling and brown is game over.

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 One of the last two private pieces of land within the Sipsey Wilderness of Bankhead National Forest is now officially protected, the USDA Forest Service and The Conservation Fund announced this week.

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Quite a number of you have called the office and inquired about what to do for lawns that have been seemingly invaded with moss. more
This week I had an enjoyable conversation with someone for whom I had previously carried around much hatred in my heart, and it made me think of former First Lady Barbara Bush and the … more
Just wanted to remind everyone that the Walker County Forestry Planning Committee tree sale will be held on Friday March 5th beginning at 8:00 a.m. at the farmers’ market location on Airport Road … more
There was never a doubt that Geneva Maddox would give her daughter a kidney. It’s what any parent would do. Meridith Eads, 35, could not accept her mother’s kidney, however. They were not a … more
Lynelle Woods Graham combined her interest in local history with her talent as a novelist in her newest release, “Coal Valley Silk.” The book, set in a local mining camp that is now … more

For 14 years, a Ford Model T bought new in 1924 was a reliable work truck for Mac Black, who delivered milk to the Cordova area.

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