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By JENNIFER COHRON Daily Mountain Eagle Annis Evans had two reasons to beam with pride at the opening reception for “As an Artist Sees It,” a new exhibit at the Bankhead House and Heritage … more
Here it is, early spring and we have officially made it through another winter, although I suspect we have some more cold weather waiting for us a little later. I always know when spring is here not … more
It is obvious that things are much different now than what I could ever imagine in my wildest dreams when I was young.  Whether this is good or bad is subject to debate and will differ with each … more
You just have to love the change in weather over the past few days with cooler daytime temperatures and very much cooler night time temperatures.  October  brings many other enjoyable … more
When Wynelle Milstead showed an interest in beekeeping nine years ago, her only available mentors were men.She got hooked on the hobby after taking a beginners class offered by the Jefferson County … more
A Jasper 12-year-old made a significant find at the Steven C. Minkin Paleozoic Footprint Site in Union Chapel on Saturday, Oct. 14. “It was two reproductive cones — megasporophyll and microsporophyll — both of the same type of plant, a scale tree. They’re not incredibly rare, but it’s unusual that you see both on the same plate, especially with the megasporophyll leaves attached,” said Ashley Allen, president of the Alabama Paleontological Society. more
WORTHWHILE STUDY CLUBThe Worthwhile Study Club met on April 12, 2018 at the Walker College Foundation House.The program was presented by newly appointed Bevill State president, Dr. Kim Ennis. She … more

Winston County natives Bo Steele and Ben Rubino, known professionally as The Band Steele, will be performing in Carbon Hill on Saturday night.

The nature of our backyard changed this week. We have a new swing. It's actually an old swing that someone gave us. They were going to toss it. I loaded that baby up before he changed his mind. We … more
Among the many calls that we get at the Extension office is a fairly common complaint that my trees and or shrubs have a “crusty or mossy” growth on the limbs or bark that is killing my trees. These growths are actually lichens. more
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