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Walker County Sheriff Nick Smith is launching a new senior safety program and rebooting another that has been in place for over a decade.Seniors 65 and older or younger adults with disabilities who … more
DORA – Contractors for the Dora Veterans Memorial Committee installed its new monument near the Dora Civic Center on Tuesday afternoon. Laser Works of Alabama is the firm in charge of preparing the … more
The loss of a child sent Nicole Poe spiraling into a life of opiate abuse and a simple request from another child led her into recovery.Poe was prescribed painkillers after delivering her second … more
OAKMAN — Oakman will hold a strategic planning workshop that the general public is encouraged to attend on Monday, While the town will be encouraged … more
DORA — A God and Country event at Bryan Baptist Church south of Dora, featuring enthusiastic support from U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore, took place Thursday night without any incidents. more
Bonnie Hill of Hayden was in Empire on Thursday to talk about her son, Denton Nathanial Hill, who was reported missing in February of this year. Standing in front of Little Vine Baptist … more
OAKMAN -  Striping was underway last week on School Street in Oakman to make the roadway safer for students and those who will access the town's soon-to-be-completed storm shelter.The Fayette … more
CORDOVA — A new school resource officer will be serving the students of Cordova this year.Sgt. Terry Coley will be assigned to all three Cordova schools and will also continue in his role as … more
Various closings and garbage schedules have been announced for the Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's holidays. The following has been announced by local governments:• Walker County: The … more

Jasper High School is continuing to collect personal hygiene items and cleaning supplies that will be transported to help tornado victims in Lee County. Donations must be made by tomorrow afternoon by visiting the front office of Jasper High. Pictured are students holding some items that were donated last Friday. From left to right, senior Zac Durham, sophomore Jordan Bolen, senior Ezaa Bell, senior Haley Sickles and junior Grayson Diehl.    

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