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Classic rock band Gin Blossoms will take the stage at tonight’s Foothills Festival in downtown Jasper. Since the late ‘80s, the band from Tempe, Ariz., has consistently released hits making the record charts, with one track earning the group … more
Despite increased cases of the flu causing schools to close for disinfection in some school districts, Walker County and Jasper City Schools are not reporting a significant outbreak of illness. Jasper City Schools Superintendent Dr. Ann Jackson … more
The Third Annual Safe Kids Expo will be held Saturday for all children in Walker County, with free games, inflatables and prizes — as well as a dog that is used to comfort victims in court. The event is sponsored by the by the Walker County Children’s Advocacy Center. more
With a new high school name comes a new principal. The Jasper City Schools Board of Education voted this week to approve Bart Reeves as the new principal of Jasper High School. Reeves is a native of Geraldine in DeKalb County, Ala. He has a … more
The Walker County Health Action Partnership will be hosting a community meeting with the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources on Monday to discuss the planned archery park to be built at Walker County Lake. The meeting will be held at … more
U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks, a Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, paid a visit to Jasper Monday morning as a part of his “Drain the Swamp Bus Tour.” more
A Jasper man is facing multiple criminal charges after being stopped by police earlier this month. more
A Jasper man is getting signatures to restart The People’s Party to provide more candidates for local positions on the Nov. 6 ballot in Walker and Winston counties. more
A search warrant executed Wednesday at a home in Boldo resulted in eight people being arrested and charged for a variety of drug-related crimes. The Walker County Sheriff’s Office’s … more
CARBON HILL POLICE DEPARTMENTThe Carbon Hill Police Department would like to make a retraction of an arrest report sent to the Daily Mountain Eagle for the week of May 1-5, 2018. Information … more
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