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Walker County’s legislative delegation was pleased with the new budgets quietly passed during the Regular Session of the Alabama Legislature, as well as how Gov. Kay Ivey has handled the transition of power after an impeachment effort that … more
The Alabama Department of Education has stated its intent to revoke former Carbon Hill Elementary/Jr. High Principal Tanya Guin’s educator certification. In a letter sent to Guin and the Walker County Board of Education, State Educator Certification Officer Shavon Cummings said the state department of education’s proposed action could include revocation and non-renewal of Guin’s Alabama Professional Leadership Certification and Alabama Professional Educator Certification. more
OAKMAN — Oakman will hold a strategic planning workshop that the general public is encouraged to attend on Monday, While the town will be encouraged … more
DORA — A God and Country event at Bryan Baptist Church south of Dora, featuring enthusiastic support from U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore, took place Thursday night without any incidents. more
Bonnie Hill of Hayden was in Empire on Thursday to talk about her son, Denton Nathanial Hill, who was reported missing in February of this year. Standing in front of Little Vine Baptist … more
OAKMAN -  Striping was underway last week on School Street in Oakman to make the roadway safer for students and those who will access the town's soon-to-be-completed storm shelter.The Fayette … more
CORDOVA — A new school resource officer will be serving the students of Cordova this year.Sgt. Terry Coley will be assigned to all three Cordova schools and will also continue in his role as … more
The Hope Clinic of Walker County will suspend services at the end of January if the clinic doesn’t receive funding to stay in operation. Hope Clinic was founded 10 years ago, and serves people without insurance who have … more
The Walker Area Community Foundation has a new brand that will be unveiled this week. The logo that WACF has been using for the past 10 years featured a single wheat stalk, historically a symbol of prosperity, and the … more
Earlier this week, Dora police recovered more than $100,000 worth of equipment that had been stolen from the Gadsden area. Joseph Wayne Eustice, 42, of Quinton, was charged with one count of first-degree receiving stolen property in the … more
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