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The Walker County Commission heard that its proposed Fiscal 2023 budget is being helped by a number of actions and growth - but some aspects such as the closing of the Gorgas Plant and the Pineview Landfill still raise questions - starting soon with Christmas bonuses for employees. 

The Town of Nauvoo held an open house Saturday for the new Nauvoo Community Center. The Nauvoo Church of the Nazarene was purchased by the town to create the center. Fundraisers are ongoing for renovations, including a yard sale at the center on Oct. 7-8 and the raffling off of a Daniel Moore Alabama football print on the day of the Iron Bowl game.  more
The opening hour of HillFest Friday night in Carbon Hill was well-attended under pleasant weather, kicking off with the cruise in on Front Street. Tremayne played on the stage early, and was scheduled to be followed by Backdraft and J.J. Hadder at 8 p.m.. Walt Ackerman is scheduled for 6 p.m. Saturday, followed by the Junior Uptain Band at 8 p.m.  more

The Walker County Board of Education has approved the fiscal year 2023 budget that will include, among many things, new school bus purchases and a decline in debt payments. 

Local residents will have an opportunity to provide feedback on what kind of activities should be included in Jasper's proposed new sports complex next week.Representatives from Williams Blackstock … more
FAYETTE, AL - Bevill State Community College’s TRIO program — Upward Bound Math & Science (UBMS) — has been renewed by the Department of Education Office of Postsecondary Education. more
Linda Lewis was in the early days of understanding her cervical cancer diagnosis when she was handed a teal comfort care bag. Inside, she found a statewide GYN cancer resource guide as well as … more

County Administrator Robbie Dickerson is proposing that the county and E-9-1-1 split the cost of a new $14,600 emergency notification system that would give emergency alerts on a number of different topics, ranging from washed out roads to active shooters. 

Renovations are set to begin soon at APEX, which was celebrated as Jasper's first fully accessible playground when it opened in 2007.The playground will close on Monday and will remain closed for … more

PARRISH - The Parrish Town Council on Tuesday refinanced its debt for the town's splash pad and other debt for about $900,000 over the next 15 years, as well as agreed separately to lease purchase three new police vehicles for $120,000 and increase pay for some employees. 

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