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The Jasper Police Department, the Alabama Northwest Mental Health Center and Walmart are partnering up to take back unwanted prescription drugs today at two locations: the Jasper Police Department, located at 1610 Alabama Avenue, and Walmart, located at 1801 Highway 78 East. more
Mayor Randy Stephens talked about the need for the police department to remain in good physical condition to perform their jobs at Thursday's Dora Council meeting. more

Carbon Hill High students started off homecoming festivities at the school with a parade through downtown Carbon Hill Thursday afternoon, then saw their Bulldogs defeat Holt 28-23 on the field Thursday night.

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Cordova Elementary School Principal Dianne Williams hired All Starz Limousine to take teachers to lunch on Thursday to thank them for their work, which helped the school earn an A on the state report card. It was Parent Visitation Day and the teachers were called to the school early for what they believed was a training workshop. Students were rewarded with a pizza party last week.

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This weekend's inaugural Indian Head Harvest Festival in Cordova has been rescheduled but screenings of the documentary "Wind and Water Balloons" and Cordova Fire and Rescue's Trunk or Treat will go on as planned. more

The Walker County Commission gave formal approval for the $100,000 security grant that Senate Majority Leader Greg Reed, R-Jasper, obtained through the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs.

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Ask most high school seniors which current or former teacher had a positive impact on their life and you might get a few blank stares.Ask senior football players at Jasper High School that same … more
The Walker County Commission voted Monday to approve purchases connected to efforts at scanning county documents, which will reduce the need for file cabinets and make it efficient to look up documents online. more
The Cordova City Council received an update Tuesday night on the inaugural Indian Head Harvest Festival.  more
Political columnist Steve Flowers says while congressional districts will change in the state due to population shifts,  U.S. Rep. Robert Aderholt will likely still represent Walker and Winston counties in the end.  more
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