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We were newlyweds. Having graduated from college in Mobile just months before our wedding, now we were planning to move to North Carolina where we were both accepted as students at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. 

Two criminals were crucified with Jesus on Good Friday. They hung in naked shame and agony on cruel crosses for approximately six hours. Both blasphemed Jesus at first, spewing vicious insults His way. Their names were not recorded. more
Always be the best possible version of yourself because one day when you leave this world, what will you have to show other than the way you treated others. more

It is doubtful that Daily Mountain Eagle editor and publisher Doug Pearson knew that he was launching a new Walker County Christmas tradition in 1991. 


I have worked in the grocery business for over 12 years, and I have experienced things in the past three weeks that I never would have guessed would happen. 

Over the last several weeks, I have received many calls, texts, social media messages and emails with kind words of appreciation regarding the Daily Mountain Eagle’s commitment to providing Jasper … more

Last week, a member of the Sons of Confederacy sent me a message on Facebook to thank me for what he called my fairness in reporting about the two dueling petitions regarding the Confederate monument in Jasper. I responded by thanking him for reaching out and for his kind words.

I was tooling along this week when I realized that I'd forgotten the anniversary of a milestone in my life. In April 2010, I retired from AT&T after 33 years of service. For years, I had dreamed … more
One of the most famous ex-sheriffs in America made a stop in Jasper in 1973. "Who, me? A national hero? I don't feel like a national hero. I'm just a country boy from Tennessee," Buford Pusser told the Daily Mountain Eagle's Skip Tucker. more
Have you ever thought about all the little things you do that are so much like your parents? Sometimes when I wake up and I’m working on getting my coffee fix before anyone else in the house talks to me, a thought lingers in my mind of just how much like my mother I am. more
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