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SUMITON -  Ron Jefferson of Alabaster, known at the Birmingham VA Medical Center as the “Last Man Standing" - the only living Vietnam veteran to have served five consecutive tours in Vietnam - will be the speaker at Sumiton's annual Veterans Day ceremony. 

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SUMITON - The Sumiton City Council agreed to give longevity pay to city employees at its Tuesday meeting, although remaining payout for vacation pay was not ready to be approved. 

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NAUVOO - The Nauvoo Town Council had a called meeting on Monday, Oct. 31, to approve a contract for the Low Income Household Water Assistance Program, allowing people to apply for help in paying their water bills. 

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The American Legion Woods-Smith Post 9 will host the first annual Veterans Day 5K and Fun Run in less than two weeks.

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There is a free online tool for students to get homework assistance in Alabama.

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Employees with the Walker County school system have been working to fog schools with a disinfectant in communities hardest hit by the influenza virus.

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CARBON HILL - Carbon Hill Women's Club officials have decided to have a 10:30 a.m. Veterans Day Parade on Friday, Nov. 11, in addition to an 11 a.m. outdoor ceremony downtown that day, outside of City Hall.

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The annual Hilloween downtown fall festival event, known for its parade of costume characters who are judged, was a major success on Saturday, Oct. 29, in Carbon Hill. Even rain that had earlier been forecast delayed coming through the area as children enjoyed trunk-or-treat activities. Food, a cake sale, a children's train and other offerings were enjoyed. Willie Wonka and his Oompa Loompa - also known as Mike Garner and his wife, Town Clerk Sherry Garner - were the adult costume winners, while a princess in a black-and-orange dress enjoyed the goodies basket she was given as the children's winner. 

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The atmosphere at Walker Humane and Adoption Center is calmer these days due to some recent improvements.

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CARBON HILL - The Carbon Hill City Council agreed to bids for purchasing surplus property from the city at the Thursday, Oct. 27, meeting. more
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