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OAKMAN — The Oakman High School Band has finished its 2018-19 season strong by recently being named a best overall band.Oakman's band competed at the West Alabama Marching Band Festival at Gordo … more
Rebecca and James Cooper were in the mountains just before Thanksgiving for their son’s wedding. It was a happy time in their lives until they received a call from a neighbor. Their home in … more
CARBON HILL - A search continues for a Carbon Hill man a month after he disappeared. Carbon Hill Police Chief Eric House said Monday that an organized search was conducted on Saturday to find … more
Jasper Mayor David O'Mary says action is being taken toward the housing and smart city planks in his five-year plan for the city. "This five-year plan that was rolled out is not a … more
The Walker County Commission heard Monday from County Engineer Michael Short that he had been notified that morning bids for the paving project at the Walker County Airport-Bevill Field are ready to … more
City leaders are in the process of putting together a comprehensive plan that will help move the city forward. The new plan will replace the current comprehensive plan that was put in place in 1999. more
A number of government and business leaders will participate at a Jasper panel  discussion Thursday night concerning the present and future impact of the coal industry in west Alabama and … more
U.S. Sen. Doug Jones said he wants to see a comprehensive immigration overhaul, saying it was badly needed - but that the issue has become a political football, wrapped up in President Trump's desire for a border wall.  more
Political columnist Steve Flowers says while congressional districts will change in the state due to population shifts,  U.S. Rep. Robert Aderholt will likely still represent Walker and Winston counties in the end.  more
The owners, flight crew and staff of the new Regional Air Medical Service (RAMS) in Jasper held an open house Thursday at the Regional Paramedical Services Office in Jasper. Local officials, members of the RAMS Flight Crew and RPS staff, along with members of Chamber of Commerce of Walker County and family members of the late Marty White (for whom the RAMS helicopter is nicknamed in memory of), look on as the President/CEO of RPS/RAMS John Wills and Vice President Phillip Windham cut the ribbon during the ribbon cutting ceremony that was held during the open house. more
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