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The Pumpkin Patch at Faye Whittemore Farms is now open to the public each Saturday and Sunday until Halloween.  Throughout the week, the patch is available for school field trips. Admission is $12 per person, which includes a wagon ride to the pumpkin patch, a hay maze, fishing with cane poles, inflatable slides, petting zoo, bounce houses, an obstacle course and a playground. The weekends also feature vendor booths, horse rides and a horse-drawn carriage. Pumpkins are 40 cents per pound. For more information on the Pumpkin Patch at Faye Whittemore Farms, call 205-522-4137.

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Two outgoing members of the Walker County Board of Education were honored for their service at Thursday night's school board meeting.Jamie Rigsby and Bill Edd Gilbert have both served on the board of … more
Walker County's unemployment rate declined in September from 4.5 percent to 4.1 percent in the last jobless report scheduled before the Nov. 6 General Election. Rates for all the surrounding … more
Two new businesses will join the Jasper family in the coming months.TherapySouth and Great Clips have both signed leases to locate in the old Solid Image Fitness building that is being renovated on … more

Rain didn't damper the Central Alabama Rodders Society Cruise In on the Square in downtown Jasper Saturday. Adults and children came out to view the cars featured, which lined the streets of downtown. 

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The phone lines for accepting applications for the Daily Mountain Eagle Christmas Shoe Fund will open Monday afternoon.Parents or legal guardians of children living in Walker County can call the … more
The Fourth Annual Fall Fest will be held in downtown Jasper from 3 until 6 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 28, hosting an expected 5,000 visitors. Jasper area churches and Milo's will present the event, … more
After beating incumbent Jim Underwood in a runoff, Nick Smith is the Republican candidate for sheriff in the general election to be held on Nov. 6. Smith is a lifelong Republican. This is his … more

Homecoming parades were held in Carbon Hill and Curry on Friday. The Carbon Hill Bulldogs took on the Gordo Green Wave while the Curry Yellow Jackets hosted the Good Hope Raiders.

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