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The Walker County Arts Alliance (WCAA) is looking to cast one more role in their 2017 Dinner Theatre production of “Steel Magnolias.” Tana Collins, who is on the board of directors for the arts alliance, says all roles for the play have been … more
The Carl Elliott Regional Library System has added hundreds of books to its collection thanks to partnerships with the Dollar General Literacy Foundation and the Library of Congress Surplus Books program. Jasper Public Library purchased 143 books … more
Daily Mountain Eagle The Walker County Civil Service Board has two new appointments and a new chairman, while the board has also agreed to rotate the chairman position once a year. Eddie Miller of Jasper was appointed by Gov. Kay Ivey on June … more
Editor’s note: This is the third in a three-part series on Cordova High School’s faculty members. CORDOVA — Kayla Belser has had an inspirational quote written on the board in her science classroom since May: “Life is 10 percent what … more
By NICOLE SMITH Daily Mountain Eagle Jasper Main Street will soon be honoring the men and women who have served our country. Banners to honor area veterans and current service members will … more
PARRISH — The Parrish Town Council announced Monday that it’s moving forward with the annexation of property north of the new Parrish Highway, from east of Hay Valley Road to west of Park Dunn Road, including Stephenson Road Parrish Mayor … more
The SMART Student Health and Wellness Center had a good first year at Oakman Elementary/Middle School, seeing hundreds of students and several faculty members, according to a year-end report from clinic partners. At a recent leadership team … more
Editor’s note: This is the second in a three-part series on Cordova High School’s faculty members. Nicholas Sourvelis displays all of his diplomas in his science classroom at Cordova High School. During a Monday morning assembly program … more
Daily Mountain Eagle CARBON HILL - Organizers are planning for Hillfest to entertain crowds in downtown Carbon Hill on Sept. 8-9. Anita Woods, who has organized the event over several years as chairman, said the annual festival will start that … more
Editor’s note: This is the first in a three-part series on Cordova High School’s faculty members. Seven years after she made “I Have the Opportunity and Potential to Excel” the mantra of Cordova High School, Principal Kathy Vintson is … more
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