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Up, Up & Away will soon shut its doors after 29 years of business. more
“Water/Ways,” a traveling exhibit of the Smithsonian Institution, opens Tuesday at the Bankhead House and Heritage Center. more
Customers of Cabos San Lucas in Jasper may imagine that they feel an ocean breeze wafting over their dishes of Mexican food these days. more
An abandoned cat that slowly came to accept human kindness inspired the plot for “Patchwork Love,” the first novel from Jasper native Linda Lou Burton. more
Eighth grade students at Bankhead Middle School participated in the school’s first Living Wax Museum on Thursday. The museum included more than 80 historical figures who delivered a 1- to 2-minute speech after visitors paid a quarter to make them come to life. Students began working on the project two weeks before Thanksgiving and researched three figures before selecting one to portray. The museum was organized by BMS teacher LeAnn Hood and librarian Jeannie Weaver. more
On Iron Bowl weekend, Helen Clement watched as her daughters hung 60 Christmas stockings on the windows of her living room, continuing a tradition that began over 50 years ago. more
DORA — The Mission of Hope in Dora is able to help people in need in Walker County, Adamsville and Graysville thanks to the many volunteers who spend hours each week working to organize donations and set up each month’s food giveaways, according to executive director Lori Abercrombie. more
One local Allstate agent is helping customers protect their Christmas packages by accepting deliveries at his office. Jonathan Holladay, owner of The Holladay Agency in Jasper, said the free service for online shoppers is like an alternate form of insurance. more
New Beacon Hospice in Jasper has once again filled an Angel Tree with the wishes of local adults. Approximately 220 Angels were placed on the tree last week. The requests came from patients in local hospices and home health agencies as well as the Department of Human Resources adult protective services and the TriCounty Agency for Intellectual Disabilities. more
When Laura Murray couldn’t find the coloring book she wanted at the Alabama Book Festival in Montgomery last year, she went home to Auburn and drew it herself. The result is “Amazing Alabama: A Coloring Book Journey Through Our 67 Counties.” The county-by-county coloring book was released this month by NewSouth Books. more
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