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New businesses and a sleek, lasting county animal shelter also created buzz, along with the arrest of a local doctor accused of operating a “pill mill” and an uproar over the county’s financial committee. The Walker County Probate Office also … more
Nearly 200 feral/stray cats were spayed or neutered in Walker County on Saturday. The Animal Hospital of Walker County hosted the county’s first Snip ‘N Tip Feral/Stray Cat Spay and Neuter Day over the weekend, in an effort to combat the … more
Walker County Lake isn’t just home to fish; a variety of birds live in the trees surrounding the lake, which makes it a great place for bird watching. The lake is designated as part of the Alabama Birding Trails and … more
While celebrating our nation’s independence this weekend, officials want to remind the public of common safety measures. In a recent press release, The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency stresses the importance of celebrating responsibly during the … more
With the gentle kiss of dolphin, Barbara McNutt checked a long anticipated dream off her bucket list. McNutt is a retired registered nurse who spends her days at Shadescrest Health Care Center. She resumed her life … more
Jasper police shut down an illegal gaming business Wednesday afternoon. Police Chief J.C. Poe said officers raided Skill 777 located in the S&W Plaza on U.S. 78 East and seized approximately 50 … more
Law enforcement departments in Jasper, Sulligent and Winston County will be among those who benefit from state grants awarded by Gov. Robert Bentley. Bentley announced in a release Thursday he was awarding $466,944 in grants to help 41 Alabama … more
OAKMAN — The Town of Oakman will host an inaugural community Easter egg hunt this weekend. The event will be held Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at … more
CORDOVA — Two and a half years have passed since the return of Piggly Wiggly — the last retail grand opening in downtown Cordova. Around town, theories abound about why no one has built on the empty Main Street. Are strict building codes … more
DORA — A Dora native and a photographer from New York City are hoping to turn Dora residents into the main feature in a new art project. Tanya Rouse and … more
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