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Due to the flood damage from a storm that rolled through Jasper Monday night, the Alabama Power business office in downtown has chosen to relocate to a temporary location across town.The temporary … more
CARBON HILL - A grant being sought by the Carbon Hill Fire Department will be for a larger amount than earlier anticipated, in part as the department now also wants to seek a new rescue truck to deal … more
County attorney Johnna Baker has written a new book to raise awareness about bullying."Please Don't Bully Me...I am just like you, don't you see" is a manual for parents and administrators about … more
A former Jasper resident is working to construct an indoor bathroom for school children in the Republic of Moldova. Jenny Sayles, a Peace Corps volunteer, is one of the people working on this project with the Let Girls Learn Program and the … more
The Walker County Arts Alliance has a new administrative coordinator and two artists to introduce to supporters tonight at the first “Tasting of the Arts” for 2017. Debbie Olive, a Jasper native and retired certified public accountant, … more
Daily Mountain Eagle Bull Building Supply in Jasper, which copied the big box concept of hardware stores for the local level and pioneered a long-time Crawfish Boil that attracted thousands of visitors, announced in a mailout Saturday it is … more
The Christian rock band Mustardseed entertained the crowd in downtown Jasper Saturday night as part of the second Path to the Foothills Festival concert series. Blues/folk band Past Time Travelers and rock band Happy Lemmy also performed. more
Ignacio Pedraza, above, runs the pass at Los Reyes Grill in Jasper Wednesday. The Mexican restaurant is one of many restaurants in the downtown district celebrating ‘Jasper Eats,’ an event to showcase local fare as part of Alabama Restaurant Week. ‘Jasper Eats’ will offer lunch and dinner specials through Saturday. Visit the Jasper Main Street Facebook page for a list of participating restaurants. more
CORDOVA — Water balloons will fly once again in downtown Cordova this Halloween. Documentary filmmaker Jamie Jean, a Cordova native who now lives in Nashville, is working with city leaders to bring back a tradition that ceased after the April … more
The Salvation Army of Walker County’s Red Kettle Campaign is gearing up for its final few days as it strives to meet this year’s $100,000 goal. The Red Kettle Campaign will end on Saturday, Dec. 23, instead of the usual Christmas Eve deadline, since Dec. 24 falls on a Sunday this year. more
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