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T.R. Simmons Elementary School Principal Meagan Fields said the school is continuing to implement programs aimed at improving literacy.At a meeting of the Jasper City Board of Education on Sept. 23, … more
U.S. Sen. Doug Jones said he is a hunter and wants to protect Second Amendment rights, but noted he would like background checks with exceptions and  funding for federal studies for a broad range of gun violence, including suicides.  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
Gov. Kay Ivey and Senate Majority Leader Greg Reed, R-Jasper, sing "Happy Birthday" to the state of Alabama at the end of a celebration of the state's bicentennial at an outdoor ceremony Wednesday at the Winston County Courthouse in Double Springs. The ceremony also saluted Winston County schools honored in the state's bicentennial school program, and heavily involved local students that morning.  more
SUMITON – Things will be hopping along Main Street Sumiton on Saturday for the annual Frog Festival.Back in 2006, festival organizers had no idea if a festival on Main Street Sumiton would work or … more
Left on Red, the Daily Mountain Eagle's new political history podcast, launches today. Hosts Jennifer Cohron and Drew Gilbert will be interviewing current and former elected officials, party leaders and voters about Walker County's changing political landscape over the past 30 years.  more
Valley Jr. High School librarian Amy Hulsey has secured nearly $50,000 in grants for the school.Hulsey was honored for her efforts at a meeting of the Walker County Board of Education on Sept. 12. … more
An Argo man was arrested by Jasper police Tuesday and charged with stealing expensive mowing equipment from Tractor Supply Co. in Jasper. Jason Keith Tidwell, 44, was charged with first-degree … more
Feeling President Donald Trump was wrong to ask Ukraine's president to investigate Joe Biden's son, U.S. Sen. Doug Jones says articles of impeachment do not necessarily have to involve breaking an actual law, but could involve a broader charge of abuse of power and putting personal interests above the country and its national security.  more
Walker County 4-H held their annual Chick Chain Show and Auction on Saturday. Twelve students from around the county participated. Front Row Aubrey Colburn, Hannah Hudson; Second Row, Kaeli Martin, Brittan Sandlin, Paige Dickerson, Jordan Phillips, Jazyel Flores and Lily Kate Clark;  third Row Garrett Lomoro, Taylor Boshell, Vince Ariss, and Marcus Holewinski.  more
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