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Jason Adkins has announced his intention to seek re-election to the office of superintendent of education for Walker County Schools. more
CORDOVA — One of the most infamous lip-synchers of all time good-naturedly told members of the Cordova Police Department to keep their day job after watching them perform "Blame It on the Rain" for … more
SIPSEY – Sharon Gilbreath of Sipsey watched her mother and grandmother can vegetables when she was a child. She was fascinated, but she was too young to learn the skill. Three years ago, when her … more

 The SteelDrivers, a Grammy-winning bluegrass band, will perform on Friday at 9 p.m. in downtown Jasper.

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One local organization is encouraging teenagers to help out their peers this holiday season. Kids Loving Kids, a nonprofit organization working to provide Christmas presents for area children in need, is encouraging local middle schoolers to wrap … more
Demetrius Kirk (2) and the Cordova Blue Devils face off against Hale County at 4:30 p.m. today in a Class 4A semifinal game at the BJCC’s Legacy Arena in Birmingham. For more on the game, see A10 of today’s Eagle. more
CORDOVA — More than 80 fifth-graders at Bankhead Middle School graduated from the DARE program on Tuesday, after Cordova Police Officer Ray Goggans led the 10-week substance abuse prevention education program. The school has not hosted the DARE … more
History tells us that the knights of old rode about on mighty chargers, doing good deeds for villagers. These days, a new group carries on the tradition—riding steeds of steel, with a ton more horsepower. Members of the motorcycle club ride … more
City struggles to restore water service in Harvey aftermath / A3 By NICOLE SMITH OAKMAN — A blood drive to benefit Hurricane Harvey victims in Texas will be held Thursday at Oakman High School. LifeSouth will be at the high school from 8 … more
MONTGOMERY — With AAA predicting the highest year-end travel volume on record expected and some reports predicting that road trips may take as much as three times longer than normal, the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) is reminding travelers to have patience and drive responsibly this holiday season. more
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